Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington hosted the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live, ahead of the final season premiere of the hit HBO show. 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.
"Emilia, you're in the show", Harington responded.
Clarke stood up in the audience and asked if he could at least share "a sense of how it ends". Emilia Clarke and John Bradley were among those who came along to prod Harington with some key questions about the finale, while real-life wife Rose Leslie wondered how they were going to keep living their "Uber Eats every night" lifestyle after the show is done. Apparently, given the long wait between seasons and the fact that most of her scenes are with a dragon (played by a tennis ball on a green pole), she was a little foggy on specifics.
"I have no idea what's actually happening", she added.
She thought it was her Uber ride and now she's dead
Surveillance cameras also captured images of the auto she got into by mistake, a black Chevy Impala. "We'll miss her a lot". There is nothing tougher than to stand before a family and explain how a loved one was murdered", Chief Holbrook said.
She later asked him, "Hey, you remember in season six when we had sex?"
In the fake promo, we got a look at Castle Black, a Riverdale-style romance drama set in the GoT universe, as well as the animated adult comedy Arya, modeled after the angsty MTV comedy Daria, and the children's show on HBO Kids called Dire Guys, a Paw Patrol knock-off starring the beloved dire wolves. When Harington said he was busy during that time, Bradley retorted, "Wow, they were right".
Granted, the entire world knows that Season 8 of Game of Thrones is coming but being the good sport that he is, Kit Harington made a decision to shake off the brooding image of his most famous character and have a few laughs on the popular sketch show. Harrington famously plays Jon Snow on GOT, the noble, stupidly sexy King of the North.