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Watch: ‘Game of Thrones’ Funny Bloopers

Watch: ‘Game of Thrones’ Funny Bloopers
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Watch: ‘Game of Thrones’ Funny Bloopers

With still a long way to go before “Game of Thrones” Season 7, every new clip from the series is a godsend. This time, we’ll see our favorite characters in a less serious mood as the season 6 blooper reel has been released.

Despite the drama, violence, and political backstabbing, the actors certainly didn’t let the show’s mood get in their way. Mistakes such as misspoken lines and lost poise have been a great source of laughter among the cast and crew.

According to CNN, the “Game of Thrones” blooper reel premiered at the San Diego Comic-con showed, among others, Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, and Kit Harington having a good time. The joy in seeing them so out of character is enough to make us forget that there are still months before season 7 premieres.

The video shows Tyrion Lannister lost for words, having difficulty in describing the benevolence of the masters. This even prompts Grey Worm to laugh and make faces trying to divert attention away from the disgraced Hand of the Queen.

Then there are the scenes from Jon Snow’s death where Kit Harington bares it all, sort of. When Melisandre removes the piece of cloth covering Jon’s pecker, the supposedly dead Snow comes back to life.

Next shows the Hound chopping wood, or at least trying to. Rory McCann and Ian McShane seemed to get a good laugh as Sandor Clegane shows that he’s much better at cutting up men than wood.

Then we see Daenerys Targaryen mounting an imaginary dragon giving a speech in broken Dothraki. Makes you think she should have learned it by now having been to Vaes Dothrak twice, c’mon Khaleesi.

“Game of Thrones” might get on your nerves sometimes, especially with characters such as Joffrey and Ramsay. But blooper reels such as these show that they’re just like us and will definitely enjoy a good laugh once in a while.

Watch the video here:

Also Read: Guy Transforms Himself Into ‘Game of Thrones’ Characters: Who Is Paolo Ballesteros?

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