"Game Of Thrones" Cast Craftily Crashes Kit Harington's "SNL" Monologue

British actress Maisie Williams arrives for the

British actress Maisie Williams arrives for the

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Game of Thrones star Harington hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live on April 6 and had to field questions during his monologue about "who wins 'Game of Thrones'".

It turns out that Emilia Clarke's memory about what she filmed for Season 8 isn't that good but she does remember that famous sex scene that she filmed at the end of Season 7 with Harington.

Clarke: "Could you just give us a general sense of how it ends?" The staff at daringplanet.com really only chose to put this together as a fun exercise before the new season begins - which, in case you forgot or somehow weren't aware, will be on Sunday, April 14th on HBO.

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"I have no idea what's actually happening", she added.

"What did it say in the script before that?" John asked Kit about his character Samwell Tarly's fate and hoped that they would still be friends once the show was over. Harington asked. "Dragon opens mouth", Bradley replied.

"We didn't save anything and you kept telling me, 'Oh, I'm the King of the North, we can order UberEats every night'". 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.

Granted, the entire world knows that Season 8 of Game of Thrones is coming but being the good sport that he is, Kit Harington chose to shake off the brooding image of his most famous character and have a few laughs on the popular sketch show.

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