(Warning - moderate SPOILERS for Season 6 of Game of Thrones are very much to be found below. As Taylor Swift would surely have pointed out to Ned Stark back in Season 1: "Don't say I didn't say I didn't warn ye...")
Now, there are, in general, two kinds of leaks: there's the semi-official, surreptitiously sent by the studio kind (typically to be found when hype is required), and then there's the unofficial, disgruntled employee/lightly vetted contractor kind (typically to be found everywhere else). Both of which, if you're keen on knowing all about a movie or show before its release, are pretty great.
There's also, however, a more perfectly formed sort of leak: the accidental kind. After all, if someone from a movie or TV set inadvertently reveals something important about the plot, then we don't even have to feel the slightest bit guilty about lapping up the meaty, spoiler-rich juices.
And so, right on cue:
A Game of Thrones Actor Just Accidentally Revealed a Script for Season 6
Now, of course, it wasn't one of the highly trained anti-spoiler units that we call the 'main cast,' but instead a brand new actor: Elie Haddad.
Haddad, it seems, was in Belfast recently working on Season 6, and having a great time of it. So much so, in fact, that he got a little trigger-happy with his Instagramming, and accidentally posted an image of an actual, factual Game of Thrones script. One that, of course, was swiftly removed – but that GoT-experts Watchers on the Wall were able to get a hold of before its departure:
Now, sadly, the image isn't really clear enough to make a whole lot out – but those same good folks at Watcher on the Wall have, it seems worked out a little of what the script reveals.
So, What Does the Script Tell Us About Season 6?
(Note, THIS is where those afore-mentioned SPOILERS really kick in...)
Well, according to Watchers on the Wall, the script page includes such phrases as:
"I like her."
"She's paler than milk."
"I bet she gets nice and pink when you pinch her."
"I'd like to know what a Khaleesi tastes like."
And, of course, that perennial favorite:
"Good. You can suck my dick."
In addition, it seems that it's possible to make out the word 'Khal' at least once, suggesting that the scene takes place sometime shortly after Daenerys meets that horde of Dothraki that we saw arriving at the end of Season 5.
What's more, it would very much seem that she will – as many had suspected – be captured by that Khalasar, as the lines very much seem set to be delivered by a gang of lecherous captors. In other words? Get geared up for a kick-ass breakout/Daenerys talking her way out of yet another fine scrape that Drogon's gotten her into.
The big question, though?