Jason Momoa Filmed Himself Watching And Losing It Over The 'Game Of Thrones' Finale
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Jason Momoa filmed himself watching the last episode of Game of Thrones, and let's just say he had some, um, feelings about it.
Taking to Instagram stories, the actor who played Queen Daenerys' husband Khal Drogo in the first two seasons of the show, filmed himself reacting to the finale's most shocking moments, pacing the room in jittery anxiety.
In the most WTF moment of the finale, we see Jon Snow plunge a knife into Dany's heart, and it's safe to say Jason wasn't best pleased about seeing his former on-screen wife taken down.
"F*ck you! F*ck you, punk!" Jason shouts at the camera.
Later, when Tyrion makes his plea for Bran to become the king of Westeros, Jason vents "Who gives a f*ck?", repeating it twice before actually growling at the camera.
Yep, we're scared and aroused in equal measure.
When Tyrion asks Bran if he will wear the crown, Jason - now rocking a hair-up look to no doubt facilitate his furious outbursts - shouts "F*ck you!" again before throwing his head back to give an exasperated groan.
We feel you Jason, we feel you.
In another LOLs on-camera moment, Jason reflects on the moment Jon Snow is banished to the Night's Watch for killing Daenerys. "Let me get this sh*t straight," he starts.
"You're going back to what the f*ck you did in the first place and you killed Khaleesi... Oh my God! We're gonna go to the bars and we're gonna get in a fight.
"I feel lost. I'm lost. What the f*ck? Drogon should've melted his ass. Ugh. And the goddamn bar is closed!"
Erm, we'd be scared if we were you, Kit Harington.
The Instagram story, which is now sadly expired, was watched by thousands of Jason's followers. Side note: if Jason Momoa filmed everything he ever watched like this, we'd tune in.
In April, Jason said that he was "beyond honoured" to be part of Game of Thrones, thanking his fellow cast members and the show creators, David Benioff and D. B. Weiss.
"I F*CKIN LOVE GAME OF THRONES," he wrote on Instagram.
"I am beyond honoured to be apart of this show and am so very proud of all the friends I have met and still continue to keep a tight bond. It's rare.