This Is Where Gendry From Game Of Thrones Has Been All This Time

And he has really big lats, apparently

This Is Where Gendry From Game Of Thrones Has Been All This Time

by Debrief Staff |
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Gendry from Game of Thrones has been playing a bit of hide and seek on us all for the past three seasons. If you’re struggling to remember the last time you saw his face – or even struggling to remember who the heck he is – the ‘secret’ (he has no clue he’s Robert Baratheon's son) bastard son of dead king Robert, who became Ayra's pal after he saw through her disguise as a young boy.

The two went on a bit of an adventure together, and by adventure we mean they were captured, almost tortured by Ser Gregor Clegane’s men, put to work at the castle’s forge, then they escaped and were oh wait captured again by the Brotherhood without Banners. Gendry, played by actor Joe Dempsie, decided to stay on with the Brotherhood, even though Ayra disputed it, then they betrayed him. Luckily Ser Davos freed him and sent him packing on a rowboat back to King’s Landing. That was the last we saw of him. Until now…kind of.

On a recent UFC Unfiltered podcast, two of the shows runners, David Benioff and Dan Weiss were asked about Gendry’s disappearing act. To which they responded:

Weiss: "He’s still rowing.”

Benioff: “Yes, he’s still rowing. It’s a long, a very long…”

Weiss: “He’s coming up on Florida.”

*Benioff: “He’s getting in great shape. Think of the spare he’s in after rowing for four seasons. “ *

*Weiss: “Big lats.” *

Now, I’m not sure what ‘lats’ is, but even though this is all banter, it does clear up something for all you Game of Throners. Gendry isn’t dead, he’s rowing, with his big lats. And he’s the last Baratheon left in the world – something big is going to happen I can feel it in the air.

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