"That was the bit where I was shaking and crying", Emilia Clarke told Jimmy Kimmel about actually watching the episode.
Kimmel then said that it was due to the "human testicle", before Clarke admitted: "He looked really pained". Yup, we're talking about episode 5.
Won't lie, we weren't waiting as excitedly for the next episode as we were for 3 but now we're can't contain the excitement!
"I mean, four and five and six, they're all insane, but like..." He elaborates, "We'd seen so many battle scenes over the years - to make it truly impactful and to care for the characters, you have to find a unique way of portraying the story".
"He's in the camera department, which is brilliant, it's fantastic...it's really nice", Clarke explained. "Yeah, so there are some days where he's like, "Oh, I'll swing by", because he's in the next unit that's filming next door and I'll go, "No it's good". Hey, if you have been wanting a bigger, better, newer television, now you have the flawless excuse! The actress, who is now associated with the Omaze campaign, said, "So if they win the campaign, they get to watch the final episode of Game of Thrones, ever-ever-ever, with me in London for a screening".
If you don't see your option in our poll below, feel free to name them in the comments. The scene, set to have a runtime of around 80 minutes, is one of Harington's top choices from this period of Game of Thrones.