Bran Being Creepy in the 'Game of Thrones' Premiere Is Now a Meme

WARNING: This post contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 1.

The characters of Game of Thrones encountered some interesting developments in the Season 8 premiere. Jon Snow learned he is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, thus making him the heir the Iron Throne (he also rode a dragon!). Arya Stark reunited with some past traveling companions, like Gendry and The Hound. Samwell Tarly learned Daenerys Targaryen executed his father and brother. But for Bran Stark, now also known as the Three-Eyed Raven, most of the episode involved eerie encounters and empty stares.

We should probably cut Bran some slack, considering just two years ago he was a young tween traversing the North with his friends and since then, he’s undergone the worst form of puberty possible, transforming him into an all-knowing, psychic, hundred-years-old man trapped in a boy’s body. (Beats bad acne, I guess!)

Bran Stark and the Three-Eyed Raven
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We do have Bran to thank for learning that Jon’s real mother is Lyanna Stark, courtesy of his greensight abilities, and he worked with GoT‘s resident scholar Samwell Tarly to discover that Jon’s father is Rhaegar Targaryen, making him heir to the throne. But regardless of his contributions to the GoT storyline, some viewers just couldn’t get past one thing during the premiere tonight: his creepiness.

Me: *grabs glass of water at 3 am*

Bran:#GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/wClSKEZn2e

#GameofThrones
Literally no one:

Bran: pic.twitter.com/AfWgFFbGu3

In tonight’s installment of GoT, Bran was like that villain in a horror movie who appears behind you in the mirror when you’re washing your face, or shows up in your rear view mirror when you’re about to back out of the driveway. You weren’t expecting to see him and you have no idea where he came from, but he’s there now, looking at you blankly.

When Sam emerged from his heartbreaking conversation with Daenerys, Bran was there, waiting for him in the courtyard. When Jaime tried to sneak into Winterfell, he turned around to find Bran, waiting for him in his wheelchair.

Luckily, Twitter turned the awkward cameos into an amazing meme. Check out some of the best renditions below.

Bran always get me with the look 😂 pic.twitter.com/Of8f2G3OHm

Bran getting around to confront everybody in Winterfell pic.twitter.com/xWr4swMZos

Nobody:

Bran Stark staring at everyone:#GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/JeLidEP2gM

No one:

Bran: pic.twitter.com/3IWkBlqeCV

Bran every episode #GOT pic.twitter.com/o7RvSLwz6s

If I walk outside right now and Bran is staring at me I’m calling the cops #GameOfThrones

Who is just leaving Bran parked in these spots for people to conveniently see him

Nobody:
Bran: pic.twitter.com/Zu0uWryTI9

#GameOfThrones

Nobody:

Bran Stark: pic.twitter.com/hAywdFMDyT

bran observing any and all mess in the seven kingdoms pic.twitter.com/M3sg4Vwu1S

#GameOfThrones so … was Bran just sitting outside all night? Like, who’s supposed to be watching Bran?

literally bran this entire episode #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/f9QEacpoti

No one:

Bran literally anytime he sees someone #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/V0hufFb9p5

#GameofThrones
Everyone: Minding their own business.

Bran: pic.twitter.com/bLg0zKUkuq

Bran is making me uncomfortable #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/RQRCGzw9Bl

Bran looking at everyone because he has all the tea pic.twitter.com/904vLHe2GA

#GameofThrones

Bran: I’m waiting for an old friend

Jamie: *arrives*

Bran: pic.twitter.com/bTNhUzttR1

I like that Bran’s entire persona now is “weird roommate who always catches you by surprise when you’re emerging from your bedroom”

no one:
bran: pic.twitter.com/ZCJ0zVeqaI

Game of Thrones Season 8 airs Sundays on HBO at 9 p.m. ET.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US

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