Game of Thrones just redefined poetic justice and fans can't get enough of it (SPOILERS)

Warning: This feature contains major spoilers for Game of Thrones S6.09.

This week's Game of Thrones is already being hailed as the best hour of TV EVER - read our review here - and a big part of that is down to the fact that Ramsay Bolton, everyone's favourite (not) bastard, died. But he didn't just die. He died in such a way as to redefine what is meant by 'poetic justice'. It has to be one of the most obvious, yet satisfying, deaths in Thrones history and I loved every minute of it. Especially Sansa's smirk. And I wasn't the only one who thought Ramsay being eaten alive by his own starving hounds was the end he truly deserved. Karma is a bitch, and so are the fans below...

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