‘Game Of Thrones’ Meets ‘Saturday Night Live’ In Kit Harrington Monologue

‘Game Of Thrones’ Meets ‘Saturday Night Live’ In Kit Harrington Monologue

‘Game Of Thrones’ Meets ‘Saturday Night Live’ In Kit Harrington Monologue

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.

Kit Harington - aka Jon Snow - took to the stage, sans beard, and, after a few self-deprecating cracks about some of his less successful roles (Pompeii, Silent Hill: Revelation), took questions from the audience ... which included a few familiar faces.

"Saturday Night Live" also referenced new "Game of Thrones" cookies in a joke on "Weekend Update," and noted "Game of Thrones" fan and "SNL" cast member Leslie Jones used Harington to act out her favorite fantasies from the show during a promotional clip for this week's episode. John Bradley, who plays his friend Samwell Tarly, also made a surprise appearance.

She later asked him, "Hey, you remember in season six when we had sex?" "I know, but I forgot", Clarke replies. "I spent my time dealing with a dragon, which was just a tennis ball on a stick". Bayonne's George R.R. Martin, who wrote the "A Song if Ice and Fire" books that gave us the TV series, is working on the show. While Harington said yes, Bradley wanted to come by next Tuesday at 6 a.m., to which Harington said he was busy, so Bradley answered, "Wow".

Game of Thrones Season 8 will premiere internationally on April 14. 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. Castle Black, a "sexy moody drama about forbidden love" involved Jon falling hard for a White Walker lady.

As part of a sketch about potential Game of Thrones spinoffs, the late-night series enlisted SVU's Ice-T and Mariska Hargitay to reprise their characters of Odafin "Fin" Tutola and Olivia Benson in a bit entitled "Game of Thrones: Special Victims Unit".

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