There is one reason, and one reason only, to be excited about the final series of Game of Thrones. To watch all manner of epic dragon battles? To see who wins in a generations-long contest of good against evil? No. You are only excited about Game of Thrones because you want to see what happens to Ser Pounce the cat.
Because the world of Game of Thrones is craven and bloodthirsty, isn’t it? It’s a quagmire of violence and busted ethics. Everyone in Game of Thrones, even the ones we side with, are warped and broken and monstrous. But not Ser Pounce. Ser Pounce is the one true source of goodness left on Game of Thrones. His presence alone