Warren, Ocasio-Cortez rip 'Game of Thrones' finale: 'Ugh, this is written by men!'
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Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenBiden lead shrinks, Sanders and Warren close gap: poll Defense bill talks set to start amid wall fight Biden allies: Warren is taking a bite out of his electability argument MORE (D-Mass.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezOcasio-Cortez mocks 'White House ethics' in Instagram post Overnight Health Care — Presented by Partnership for America's Health Care Future — Pelosi set to unveil drug price plan | Abortion rate in US hits lowest level since Roe v. Wade | Dems threaten to subpoena Juul Kennedy to challenge Markey in Senate primary MORE (D-N.Y.) are bemoaning the fate of the women on "Game of Thrones," pointing out that the show's controversial series finale was "written by men."

"I'm sad, disappointed about it," Ocasio-Cortez said in a video of the two lawmakers discussing the smash HBO drama released by Warren on Tuesday.


"I feel like we were getting so close to having this ending with just women running the world," Ocasio-Cortez added.

The much-hyped Sunday finale of the show drew more than 19 million viewers.

"Then the last two episodes it's like, 'Oh they're too emotional. The end,'" Ocasio-Cortez exclaimed as she threw up her hands. "It's like, ugh, this is written by men!"

Warren — a 2020 White House contender and noted "Game of Thrones" fan who penned an op-ed last month about the series — said her reaction to the final episodes was "meh."

"So I was even willing at the end to make a quick allegiance shift. When Dany went nuts. So I was over to Sansa," Warren — who earlier this month made headlines after denying she revealed spoilers from the show — said of two of the female characters.

"I will re-do my shirts, the whole thing. And yet Sansa, who is already queen of the North, thank you very much — she walks away saying, 'And I'll still be queen of the North,'" Warren said, her voice rising.

"Come on Sansa, go for the big one!" Warren told a nodding Ocasio-Cortez.

"I know, I was disappointed," Ocasio-Cortez replied. "We need to get some feminist analysis up in HBO."

The two progressives aren't the only members of Congress disappointed by the Westerosi finale. 

On Monday, Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten GillibrandDefense bill talks set to start amid wall fight Democrats seize Senate floor to protest gun inaction: 'Put up or shut up' At debate, Warren and Buttigieg tap idealism of Obama, FDR MORE (N.Y.), also a Democratic presidential candidate, said it left her "very unhappy." 

“I hated the last three episodes … my two favorite characters, destroyed,” Gillibrand said.

An HBO spokeswomen didn't immediately return ITK's request for comment.

"Game of Thrones" has faced repeated criticism for its portrayal of women on the show. The series, which debuted in 2011, reportedly had two female writers during its entire run.