Game Of Thrones Season 5 Finale
Jon Snow's concerned about the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale. HBO

There's only one episode left in "Game of Thrones" Season 5. Considering the many talked about scenes -- both good and bad -- many viewers are puzzling over what could be the final scene or major moment in "Mother's Mercy." Episode 10 could have a massive shock that could "break the Internet" even after the sacrifice of Shireen Baratheon and Daenerys riding away on the back of Drogon. All of this has led to viewers looking to the north for that moment that could shatter minds and leave people howling in disbelief. These spoilers may be too hot even for the Lord of Light, but if you're not scared of the dark, read on.

Warning: "Game of Thrones" Season 5 spoilers and "A Song of Ice and Fire" discussion ahead.

Based on George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, intrepid readers are eagerly awaiting Jon Snow's storyline in the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale. If you hear a lot of chatter about "For the Watch," it's about what will happen to Jon Snow. He has certainly done well for himself -- rising from the ranks of Ned Stark's bastard to Lord of Commander of the Night's Watch -- and could have even been named the Lord of Winterfell if he accepted Stannis' offer. After the Wildlings arrive at Castle Black, there's a lot of tension between the brothers and Jon Snow.

In "A Dance with Dragons," Jon Snow receives the Pink Letter -- presumably from Ramsay Bolton detailing the defeat of Stannis in battle and the imprisonment of Mance Rayder. He makes the decision to head south to Winterfell, but before he can begin his journey several brothers led by Bowen Marsh begin stabbing their Lord Commander while saying "for the Watch."

The general storyline can be easily translated to the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale without much alteration. The Pink Letter doesn't even need to show up because the series has already set up a possible mutiny over Jon's relationship with the Wildlings. Instead of Bowen Marsh, many suspect young Olly will be the one who betrays Jon. There's even a profane subReddit dedicated to Olly.

But would Jon's death really be the "break the Internet" moment that Daniel Portman (Podrick) was referring to in an interview with Sky Atlantic's Thronecast? Some viewers may have some inkling that something bad could be happening to Jon due to plenty of foreshadowing, so would it have as much impact as Season 3's Red Wedding or even last season's Purple Wedding? Jon's death would be an incredible cliffhanger and would fit with the general bleak mood of the season, but some fans are expecting just a little bit more that would surprise readers and viewers alike.

The biggest issue is the fate of Jon Snow after he is stabbed. Pretty much every reader thinks he's alive and psychically connected (sometimes called "warged") into his direwolf Ghost, but the show hasn't shown that Jon has this ability. Melisandre's not at Castle Black to revive him, so how will the show handle this scene? Over on Reddit and the A Song of Ice and Fire forum, there's some speculation that in the siege of Winterfell, Stannis could be killed and Melisandre's attempt to resurrect him would actually resurrect Jon Snow. While interesting, it does seem a bit like a stretch that the show would cram all of that into a few minutes and explaining that Jon is Azor Ahai, the Lord of Light's champion.

Considering how many big moments that will likely take place in "Mother's Mercy" -- For the Watch, Arya going blind after killing Ser Meryn Trant, Cersei's Walk of Shame -- along with Sansa, Theon/Reek, Brienne, Stannis' siege of Winterfell and a possible glimpse of Daenerys landing in the Dothraki sea, "Game of Thrones" Season 5 would easily live up to those crazy expectations.

How do you think the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale will play out? Will we get any answers or surprising deaths?