Martin’s books, which have taken a very different path from the TV show.Here are the basics:When Dany enters the House of the Undying in the second book, “A Clash of Kings,” she has a vision of what seems to be her older brother Rhaegar speaking to a woman nursing a newborn baby. I love the [‘previously on’ recaps] to start the episodes. Three dragons, three riders, three siblings. Like us on Facebook. Rhaegar says the baby is “the prince that was promised,” the guy/gal Melisandre has been droning on about on TV. The theory is based on intel in George R.R. At least Jon Snow and Daenerys are going to be working together, and they are mining the dragonglass.”He’s wrong about some of the details there — we know Jon’s father was Rhaegar Targaryen, Dany’s older brother, not the Mad King. Now — out of nowhere, it seems — NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers went Full Nerd to The Ringer, talking about the most recent Season 7, Episode 4, and sharing his agreement with the “dragon has three heads” theory that suggests Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow, *and* Tyrion Lannister are all Targaryens.Here’s Aaron Rodgers’s repetition and agreement with that theory, to The Ringer:”I think that Jon Snow, Daenerys, and the Hand of the Queen [Tyrion Lannister] — I think they are all related. Joanna died giving birth to Tyrion, and Tywin has said “you’re no son of mine.” Sure, Tywin told Tyrion “you’re my son,” when he felt Jaime Lannister was in danger and he needed someone to carry on his name, but that came off as manipulationAnyway, Rodgers continued to fanboy to The Ringer:”There are just so many storylines and you have to really pay attention to keep up. The Mad King might have been his father, might have been him — and that would make Daenerys and Jon brother and sister. Jon and Dany are not brother and sister, they’re nephew and aunt, with the Mad King being Dany’s father and Jon’s grandfather.But the theory in question never mentioned all three Targs needing to be siblings. on HBO.[via: TheWrap]Want more stuff like this? the dragon has three heads.”In the books, there is another Targaryen that never showed up on TV. It’s possible the TV show won’t go down this “dragon has three heads” path, but fans have long wondered if Tyrion might be a secret Targaryen. Rhaegar then seemed to tell Dany directly, “there must be one more… It’s very interesting stuff.” He said he’s a “huge Jon Snow fan” but Dany is his favorite character, and he loved watching her burn the Lannister army in Episode 4, “The Spoils of War.” “I hope more stuff happens like what happened Sunday.”We’ll see the fallout of Dany’s dragon battle in Episode 5, “Eastwatch,” airing Sunday, Aug. We know from Bran, the Three-Eyed Raven, that Ned Stark was not Jon Snow’s father. Posted August 10, 2017 by Gina CarboneCelebrities are just like us: Geeking out over “Game of Thrones” and deep-diving into all of the fan theories. (Except that merman one.)We just had Ed Sheeran and Mets pitcher Thor as celeb cameos, with Leslie Jones analyzing the show with Seth Meyers. I think there’s some sort of relationship. Not only does he have a love and understanding of dragons, there’s thought that he might be the Mad King’s son via Joanna Lannister. 13 at 9 p.m. With these shows, I’m dialed in and I really want to tie everything together. And then Tyrion, we don’t know who his mother is, who Tywin slept with.