Parodies of TV shows and movies are actually pretty normal especially for a famous series like Game of Thrones. It?s funny, brilliant and has plenty of inside jokes and references from the show.
Here on this article, you will see?two parodies of GoT that will make you laugh out loud.
Two Game of Thrones parodies that you will surely like, Sesame Streets? ?Game of Chairs? and Jon Snow?s awkward dinner party
- Game of Chairs Sesame Street ? Who would?ve thought that those cute little fuzzy puppets can pull off something like this! If you are not familiar with Game of Thrones then I?m afraid you won?t get the inside jokes of this clip. However, if you are a fan or at least has some knowledge of the show, then this is one funny video to watch. There are many dark references here like the ?I have a wedding to go to? said by Robb Stark and when Grover accidentally won the game and he teased Ned Stark ?Do not lose your head over this, Neddy Baby?. In reality, these jokes are truly morbid. The Don?t lose your head reference is actually the scene where he (Eddard ?Ned? Stark) was beheaded and the ?wedding? bit?or also known as the Red Wedding?was just plain gruesome. They were all slaughtered like sheep on that event!
Source and credits to Sesame Street YouTube page
- Jon Snow dinner party ? At first, it started as a normal dinner party with friend. you eventually see that their last dinner guest is?Jon Snow. As the video progresses, you will see the awkward side of Jon and the things he tell people like the ?winter is coming? reference but in the video, spring is actually coming and winter is already over. You can clearly see here that Jon is not really a big fan of small talks and dinner conversation?getting mauled by wolves and getting shot by your first love is not really an appropriate topic to talk about especially when you are eating. The ending part though is totally priceless! Of course we won?t forget the ever famous line ?you know nothing Jon Snow.?
Source and credits to Late Night with Seth Meyers YouTube page
Game of Thrones Season 5 will premiere this April 12, 2015.
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