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Leslie Jones Is Better Than All Of Us At Watching "Game Of Thrones"

"Here come the dragon, here come the dragon, here come the dragooooooooon." (Warning: Spoilers ahead.)

Posted on August 10, 2017, at 2:18 p.m. ET

If you're a fan of Leslie Jones, you probably know that she, in turn, is a big fan of Game of put it lightly.

Damn. "You know nothing Jon snow" hoooooooottt!!

And because of that, she live-tweets her viewings of the show regularly.

No! You gots Jon Snow fucked up son!! In your title I didn't hear" sucker of this here dick?!"You best know I'm Jon…

Recently, Jones gave us another gift with her fandom: She's started doing a segment on Late Night With Seth Meyers in which she and Meyers sit down and film themselves watching an episode together. AND IT'S A GODDAMN DELIGHT. Here's their first installment from June 2016:

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And their second, in which Jones and Meyers watched the most recent episode, "The Spoils of War," aired on Aug. 9.


It was fucking legendary and we learned a lot. She's a big fan of Bronn, for example.


But things really kicked in when a surprise guest showed up: Conleth Hill, who plays Lord Varys.

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Jones' reaction was beautiful. LOOK AT ALL THAT JOY.

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And they hadn't even gotten to Drogon's big moment yet.

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Jones' impression of the dragon REALLY shined.

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But the whole thing was amazing. You can watch the full segment here, and I highly recommend that you do.

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This post has been updated to clarify the date of the first "Game of Jones" video, which aired in 2016.

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