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Maisie Williams took to Instagram to post a response to her character's pivotal moment on this Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones, and we love her for it.

If you haven't seen the third episode of the eight season of GoT, titled "The Long Night," there are spoilers ahead!

If you have seen the episode however, you know what happened. Arya Stark (Williams) took down the Night King––and saved the world––after she knifed him with a blade forged from Valyrian steel.

That moment took social media by storm, and Williams soon responded, sharing of her co-star Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, singing "Crank That" by Soulja Boy.

She even included a photo of the Night King himself:

Yeah, we'd feel like rocking out too if we'd just managed to save the entire world from extinction––and fans loved it.

You bet it was!


That's what she said!


We can only imagine what's in store for us next week.


Arya's the assassin of our dreams!


Ours too, to be frank.


It always has been.


And here's HBO with what we're all thinking:


We have no idea how this Sunday's episode can possibly beat this last one, but we're 100 percent here for it.

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