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Kate McKinnon Mocking Game of Thrones' Famous Cliffhanger Is Unmissable

Kate McKinnon Mocking Game of Thrones' Famous Cliffhanger Is Unmissable

Kate McKinnon Mocking Game of Thrones' Famous Cliffhanger Is Unmissable

Jon Snow is dead. He is the deadest

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We'd do a spoiler warning here, but by now we all know what happened two Sundays ago on Game of Thrones. Even if you couldn't care less, over the last year you've probably heard plenty about Jon Snow's death and whether or not he really died. And despite the cast's instance that, hell yes, Jon Snow is deader than dead, two episodes ago he did indeed finally come back to life after being brutally stabbed by his Night's Watch buddies. Feel spoiled? Too bad. This news is literally Entertainment Weekly's entire cover. Nothing is sacred anymore but also nothing is surprising, since  Jon Snow's return was as inevitable as Dany immediately declaring her long list of monikers as soon as possible (and that she did). Luckily, Saturday Night Live was all set with the perfect reenactment of how Jon's ressurection went down, with Kate McKinnon on hand to give us the Melisandre performance we all desperately needed in life. The best part is, anyone who watched this scene will pretty much see how down to a tee it really is. Check it out here:

From the fake uncertainty to the actual haircut to that tiny fire, this scene is basically just what happened on HBO all over again, but now with Kate McKinnon-y goodness. Can Kate please stop by Westeros more often? This is a total dream come true - and no, we don't mean the three-eyed raven kind. 

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Here's to many more cliffhangers and many more sketches of Kate McKinnon mocking them!

 

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