Emilia Clarke, Night King And Others Crash Kit Harington's Monologue

Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams as Sansa and Arya Stark in Game of Thrones

Saturday Night Live had exactly as much fun as you'd imagine with Game of Thrones star Kit Harington's hosting gig on April 6.

After explaining how he couldn't reveal any GoT spoilers about the final season, he fielded a question from Emilia Clarke, who once again asked Harington what happens in the final season.

When she retorted that he was dead, too, he said, "That was different, and you know it".

Game of Thrones is on everyone's mind right now, and Law & Order: SVU has had plenty of buzz since being renewed for its landmark 21st season. John Bradley, who plays his friend Samwell Tarly, also made a surprise appearance. 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".

Game of Thrones will return for an eighth and final season on April 15 in India. 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.

Overall, Harington did a fine job on the show, and appeared to enjoy letting lose after playing what is probably the most humorless character on television.

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.

The icing on top of the cake was Game of Thrones: Special Victims Unit, where Ice-T and Mariska Hargitay "investigated" grisly Westeros crimes.

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