09 April, 2019
Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington refused to reveal any spoilers from the show's final season, not even to his co-stars, in his debut Saturday Night Live (SNL) monologue. 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 she retorted that he was dead, too, he said, "That was different, and you know it".
Game of Thrones is approaching its last season, but we do not need to say goodbye to the fantasy series just yet. She then went on to explain how it's been "so long" since they wrapped up filming for the series, and how she spent most of her time talking to a dragon that's really a "tennis ball on a green pole". Pete Davidson, done up as the Night King, wanted to know if people "liked him".
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From there, the cameos just kept coming, and if this sketch is to be believed it would seem Harington might have been the only person paying attention while Game of Thrones Season 8 was shooting. A lot of times these deaths are utterly tragic, and on occasion, the show throws us a bone and gives us something oh-so-satisfying, like Joffrey choking at his own wedding or Ramsay being fed to the hounds. She also invited the question on many fans' mind: "How soon can you grow back that beard?" Here's a look at the twisted journeys of some of the characters who've managed to make it from 2011's season one to Sunday's premiere of season eight of the HBO series.
The best, though, came via Game of Thrones: Special Victims Unit, which featured cameos by Ice-T and Mariska Hargitay as they investigated the graphic and sexual crimes committed in Westeros.
First up was Harington starring in a clip from the fictional "Castle Black", a "sexy, moody drama about forbidden love".