As any Game of Thrones fan could tell you, “You know nothing, Jon Snow” is the line made famous by Ygritte – Jon’s ginger-haired first love, who died tragically in his arms.
Initially, when she tells him he knows nothing , she means exactly that: ” You think you know everything about my world, but you know nothing .” Later, after she warms up to him, the same phrase takes on more of a teasing tone. It’s an insult, but a playful one, reminding him that she’s the one with all the experience.
It means Jon Snow doesn’t know anything. He’s lived in a little bubble of a world, and doesn’t understand anything outside of that little bubble. It really just means, coming from Ygritte, that Jon really does know nothing . In general though it does mean more, relating to his parentage and not knowing who he really is.
“Sometimes there Is no happy choice, only one less grievous than the others.” Classic Jon Snow : a quote that is very depressing, but also true. “We look up at the same stars and see such different things.”
Their love burned brightly and Ygritte introduced Jon to the ways of the flesh. During their relationship, she uttered the line, “ You know nothing , Jon Snow ,” a total of 19 times , according to Ladders.
Although Ygritte is long dead, Jon still loves her and cannot bring himself to sleep with another woman. Melisandre apparently senses this within Jon , and as she leaves, she quotes Ygritte by telling him, “You know nothing, Jon Snow .”
If you believe that King’s Blood is what carries power, then theoretically; yes, Melisandre wants Jon Snow’s blood. This is why Melisandre was interested in Gendry (or Edric Storm in the books). Even though Gendry is a ‘bastard’, she still believes that the Blood (and power which comes with it) of the King runs in him.
Ygritte is pretty much what she seems to be – a wildling spearwife. She has always lived north of the Wall, until Mance Rayder, that is. Melisandre has a mysterious past, having sold as a slave Melony a long time ago to the Red Temple where she learnt her arts.
Season 6 of Game of Thrones featured the return of Jon Snow , who was revived from death by Melisandre the Red Priestess. Jon’s resurrection was a highly anticipated moment; following his murder in the season 5 finale, fans theorized that Melisandre would bring him back to life as Thoros of Myr did for Beric Dondarrion.
Rose Leslie played Ygritte on Game of Thrones, who during 17 episodes became Jon Snow’s love interest before she was killed by a child with a bow and arrow. During the time, Leslie and Kit Harington developed an off-camera love interest and began dating, because their lives are Game of Thrones fan fiction.
In Season Five, Arya travels to Braavos, where she tracks down Jaqen H’ghar, who is a mysterious assassin of the Faceless Men. That is her character’s death: Arya is gone, in place of a nameless girl. But in Season Seven, Arya is reborn. After killing her rival The Waif, Arya comes face-to-face with a proud Jaqen.
Jon Snow’s death was inevitable, but so was his resurrection. Snow was killed at the end of season 5, after his ideas about what to do with the Wildlings and his stories about the White Walkers drove the rest of the Night’s Watch past their breaking point.
It wasn’t the brutalization she experienced—it was her survival instincts and cunning that got her through to the end. Which is why Sansa won’t die in the final episode. Of all the tragic storylines on Game of Thrones, Sansa Stark’s has been the hardest to watch.