Maisie Williams & Sophie Turner Do Hilarious Ned Stark Impressions as ‘Game of Thrones’ Finale Title Revealed
Like father, like daughters!
Game of Thrones stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner took a drive together for Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke series — premiering Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET — where they traveled down memory lane to do hilarious impressions of Ned Stark (Sean Bean), the (VERY old spoiler alert) deceased father of their characters on the HBO fantasy series, Arya and Sansa Stark.
The two could barely contain their laughter as they played a game where they uttered famous pop culture phrases, such as The Lion King’s “Hakuna Matata” and Sir-Mix-a-Lot’s “Oh my god. Look at her butt,” as though they were a Stark, peering over the northern wall.
Watch the video below.
Clearly, the Stark blood runs through their veins.
** Warning: Spoilers from this point on.**
While it might be all fun and games in the real world, things are setting up for quite the clash on this Sunday’s Game of Thrones season finale, which HBO revealed is called “The Dragon and the Wolf,” and runs a series-record 79 minutes, 43 seconds. The previous record is held by last week’s episode, “Beyond the Wall.»
Given the title, we can imagine Dany’s two remaining dragons — and hopefully Jon’s direwolf, Ghost — will be major players to cap off a season that’s already had an abundance of fire-breathing fury. Besides the fact that Cersei Lannister will be coming into contact with Jon, her brother, Tyrion (Lord of Light help us with that one), and possibly Dany (though she’s not present in the meeting footage in the trailer), we also have the added anxiety of knowing that the Night King speared Dany’s poor dragon, Viserion, to death — only to bring him back as the White Walkers’ most terrifying zombie-fied creature yet.
Gulp. Game of Thrones’ midseason finale airs on Sunday on HBO.
Make sure you’re all caught up on the Battle for the Iron Throne by checking out Westeros Weekly, ET’s all-things-Thrones YouTube recap show with Leanne Aguilera and Ash Crossan.
This article was originally published by: ET