This post contains spoilers for Season 6, Episode 10 of Game of Thrones. Turn back now to avoid them!
First we got this amazing, emotional scene between the two.
Jon acknowledges what Sansa has done and her rightful place as Lady of Winterfell, while Sansa apologises for keeping Jon in the dark about Littlefinger and embraces him as not just a Stark but the Lord of Winterfell.
It was a moment of mutual recognition and appreciation, in which they seemed to finally, fully trust each other.
Topped off with a lovely nod to their family words, and their father.
Then Sansa dealt with Littlefinger like a boss...
And Jon was crowned KING IN THE NORTH.
It was epic, it was triumphant, it was goddamn emotional.
But it wasn't entirely straightforward. Because as great as it was... it kinda also would have been amazing to see Sansa crowned Queen in the North.
Of course, Sansa does seem happy for Jon in this moment, especially after earlier suggesting he take his place as lord of the house.
But then she spots Littlefinger and they exchange this rather worrying look.
It calls to mind their earlier conversation – particularly Littlefinger's last remark to her.
Worryingly, in a HBO segment after the show, actors Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, and Liam Cunningham all hint that the latter might be more likely.
So Sansa may get fed up with Jon and fight to take the title from him. Especially if she learns he's not actually even Ned's son.
On the OTHER hand, some fans think that big reveal might have quite the opposite effect – that it will actually bring Jon and Sansa together. Like, as a couple. And then they would be King and Queen in the North together.
Maybe the truth will be much less extreme than either of these options – perhaps Sansa and Jon will work out their differences, as they have done so far, and continue to share a close familial bond.
No matter how it turns out, there's no denying their journey together has been one of the highlights of Season 6.