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Stephen Colbert reads hilarious Game of Thrones spoilers through his 'Song of Leaks and Spoilers'



HBO has been under the news these days not just because of it’s enigma that is Game of Thrones but also because some hackers decided to screw up a lot of things for them. Although there’s a lot of serious back and forth going on between HBO and the hackers, there’s no harm in milking a bit of laughter out of it. That’s exactly what Late Show host Stephen Colbert has recently tried to do. In reference to the hackers who haven’t been identified yet, Colbert suggests HBO to “look for someone who double-majored in computer science and terrible poetry.”

That wasn’t all. Next, he opened a scroll containing his personal version of GRRM’s A Song of Ice and Fire, called A Song of Leaks and Spoilers. Yup, it’s just as hilarious as you think based on the name itself. Here’s some things he read out from the scroll that are pretty freaking funny.

1. “The White Walkers come through the wall, turn to the camera and say, ‘We are a ham-fisted allegory for climate change.’”>
2. “Ed Sheeran doesn’t show up again but there is a scene where all of Mumford and Sons get eaten by a bear.”
3. “Daenerys flies her dragon 88 miles an hour and travels back in time with Michael J. Fox to stop her father from being murdered.”
4. “All of the main characters die before the last episode and the finale is just an hour of people farming.”

Are you laughing now? Good, because there’s more where that came from. Check out the video below and enjoy Colbert’s very own version of our favourite epic fantasy while you wait impatiently for the next episode.

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