Biggest Mistakes That Led To Game Of Thrones Deaths

Biggest Mistakes That Led To Game Of Thrones Deaths

Biggest Mistakes That Led To Game Of Thrones Deaths

Actor Kit Harington hosted "Saturday Night Live" this week and the variety show made plenty of use of the "Game of Thrones" star, scattering several references to the HBO fantasy show throughout its episode. Harington has only been known as Jon Snow, but this was a nice introduction to his more lighthearted comedic side - one that we can certainly get used to. When Harington pointed out that she already knows because she's in the show, she replied, "Well yeah but I forgot". Interested parties naturally had questions about the final season during his monologue - such as his costars Emilia Clark, John Bradley (Samwell Tarly), and even his own wife and former costar, Rose Leslie.

Last but not least, Mariska Hargitay and Ice-T did a brief "scene" from a proposed crime drama called "Game of Thrones: Special Victims Unit", based on the long-running "Law and Order" spinoff.

"Could you just give us a general sense... of how it ends?" asked Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones.

"You tell me some sick son of a b**** cut this dude's thing off and fed it to his dog?" Bradley and Davidson both wanted to continue to hang out after GOT wraps, and Leslie wanted to know how her husband planned to make money now that his big role was ending. "But hey, do you think after this, we'll still be friends?"

Abandoned weapons. the echoes of battle. a new clip stirs anxiety ahead of the final season premiere of the HBO series.

Game of Thrones Season 8 will premiere internationally on April 14.

We first see Harington in a Riverdale spoof, Castle Black, which sees the brooding King of the North in a clandestine relationship with a White Walker, played by Heidi Gardner.

The hit United States show's parody sketches included Thrones crossovers such as Cersei and the City, and Game of Thrones: Special Victims Unit by executive producer Dire Wolf.

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