It could also be quite possible that Jon Snow himself finds out he’s a Targaryen this episode, and the title is an explanation of his true identity. In retrospect, he is a dragon and a wolf all at the same time. Lyanna was still a Stark after all and Rhaegar was a Targaryen – making him both wolf and dragon.
Twitter, of course, has their own theories:
It's titled "The Dragon and the Wolf"? Looks like uglies may be bumped, and I'm not referring to Cleganebowl. #GameOfThones
— Arthur (@Flasheart88) August 23, 2017
oh my god im praying 'the dragon and the wolf' means rhaegar and lyanna's story and NOT the weird incest jon/daenerys ship pic.twitter.com/SuBrYO72tr
— ˗ˏˋ reena ˎˊ˗ (@KlNGTAEYEON) August 23, 2017
John Snow is both
"the Dragon and the Wolf"
— Is'haq✌ (@ishaqmamii) August 23, 2017
Game of Thrones title came out "The Dragon And The Wolf". We all saw how Dany looked at him shirtless. That boi boutta do it. pic.twitter.com/gAHyv9rfSo
— Charlie (@CharlieWisco) August 22, 2017
Game of Thrones finale is called 'The Dragon and the Wolf' … Jon and Daenarys sitting in a tree, not even knowing that she's his aunty.
— Adam Valentine (@AdValentino) August 23, 2017
— Austin (@AustinCTweets) August 22, 2017
#GameofThrones, Season finale "Dragon and the Wolf", Jon and Dany.
I think Jon Snow will finally "Know Something"
— bmimam (@bmimam) August 23, 2017
— Valerae! ? (@valerae_) August 22, 2017
the wolf and the dragon refers to rhaegar and lyanna, jon and daenerys, and jon being both a stark and a targaryen pic.twitter.com/yuoXMz7eLZ
— gab | finale! (@eastswatch) August 22, 2017
— Wrenn Einzbern (@wrennzero) August 22, 2017
What’s the true meaning? We’ll just have to wait and find out – in 80 f*cking minutes.
Can you say – hyped?!?