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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 (opens in new tab) is already being hailed as the best hour of TV EVER - read our review here (opens in new tab) - 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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Lauren O'Callaghan is the former Entertainment Editor of GamesRadar+. You'd typically find Lauren writing features and reviews about the latest and greatest in pop culture and entertainment, and assisting the teams at Total Film and SFX to bring their excellent content onto GamesRadar+. Lauren is now the digital marketing manager at the National Trust.