'Game Of Thrones' Season 6 SPOILERS: Tyrion Lannister Tames Daenerys' Dragons, Fuels 'Secret Targaryen' Theory

The second episode of "Game of Thrones" Season 6 has proven that the HBO show is definitely speeding up and leaving George R.R. Martin's still-unreleased "The Winds of Winter" in the dust with two major deaths and one highly-anticipated resurrection (and haircut). Although the internet simply could not get enough of Kit Harington's return as Jon Snow, "Home" also hinted on a long-debated theory about Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) as he tamed two of Daenerys Targaryen's remaining dragons. But why is this so important? There's a possibility that Tyrion is actually a secret Targaryen!

Tyrion Lannister, Dragon Tamer?

In "Game of Thrones" Season 6 Episode 2 (via io9), Tyrion decides that it is time that he paid Daenerys' imprisoned dragons a visit. Although the former Hand of the King was terrified, he managed to tame Viserion and Rhaegal by telling them a story of how he once wanted a dragon for a pet and he was able to exit the pyramid unharmed.

The scene may have been a testament to his cleverness and bravery, but some "Game of Thrones" fans believe that Tyrion's interaction with the dragons may have hinted on a possibility that a theory will finally be proven: Tyrion Lannister is the bastard son of the late King Aerys Targaryen and Joanna Lannister. The real reason why the dragons didn't attack him was because he has Targaryen blood.

The Tyrion Lannister/Targaryen Theory

The speculation reported by iDigital Times makes use of information from George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series, from the Mad King's interest in Tywin Lannister's wife during the Anniversary Tourney to Tyrion being born roughly nine months after the event.

The "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels have also described Tyrion Lannister as having white blond hair (like the Targaryens) and one "black" eye that most people believe is similar to the Targaryens' violet eyes.

The Other Secret Targaryen

Tyrion Lannister isn't the only possible secret Targaryen in "Game of Thrones." There is a more popular theory about Jon Snow actually being the son of Dany's older brother Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark and that he was born during Ned Stark's attack at the Tower of Joy. The new preview for "Game of Thrones" Season 6 Episode 3 has already suggested that the Tower of Joy events will be revealed in "Oathbreaker."

Will the true parentage of Tyrion Lannister and Jon Snow finally be revealed? Will the prophecy about the Three-Headed Dragon come true? Keep tuning in to "Game of Thrones" Season 6, which airs on HBO every Sunday nights.

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