Game of Thrones star Lena Headey heartbroken

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A few friends showed up uninvited during Kit Harington's first time hosting "Saturday Night Live" for a monologue sure to please "Game of Thrones" fans. Five weeks later - on May 19 - it will all be over, and theories abound about how it's going to end. She also reminded him about their sex scene at the end of season six, asking "did you know they filmed that?" Then things took a very Game of Thrones twist when the next hand to go up was that of his co-star Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen). The procedural drama Game of Thrones: SVU stars Mariska Hargitay as well as Ice-T who, even in this universe, appears deeply confused by especially heinous crimes. And what about the dragons? Taking to its official Twitter handle, the makers had revealed that the final season of the GOT will consist of six episodes and each episode will take the level of thrill and suspense a notch higher. Clarke showed up to ask the same question.

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Actress Lena Headey attends a "Game Of Thrones" promotional event.

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"Do you think we'll still hang out after the show is done?"

"Being completely honest, it made me petrified most of the time, which happens a bunch", she said. The variety show came up with a slew of hilarious Game of Thrones spin-offs, including Game of Thrones: Special Victims Unit. When Harington pointed out that she already knows because she's in the show, she replied, "Well yeah but I forgot". "You walk through fire, and you speak to hundreds of people, and you're being asked to work as hard as you possibly can", Clarke says.

"My question is, what are we going to do for money now?".