Jon Snow may be a fascinating TV character, but small talk isn’t his strongest suit. In this sketch from Monday night’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, Kit Harington shows up to a typical dinner party fully in character, and attempts to mingle with the (far more ordinary) party guests. Show More Summary
Poor Jon Snow. He just hasn’t had many opportunities to develop great conversational skills, sulking back and forth across the Wall. That’s the basis of this Late Night with Seth Meyers sketch, which plunks Jon down in a New York City dinner party. It’s not exactly his forte. Read more...
Spring is here, but Winter is coming. Seth Meyers recently invited Jon Snow down from The Wall and into his home for a friendly dinner party, and he quickly realizes that this was a huge mistake. The bastard son of Ned Stark is pretty...Show More Summary
Obviously it's very amusing. In fact, if you're of the opinion that Jon Snow is one of the more zzzzzz-worthy parts of the series, then this is probably the most entertained you've ever been by him. More » Seth Meyers Invites Jon Snow To Dinner, And It’s Both Hilarious And Informative is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
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In case you've been dying to have Jon Snow and his luscious locks join you as a date to your next wedding, consider again Kit Harington from Game of Thrones stopped by Monday's Late Night With Seth Meyers and proved the Winterfell bastard is a serious buzzkill at social events You know nothing... Show More Summary
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What does a Brooklyn dinner party need to spice things up? Turns out it's "Game of Thrones" bastard Jon Snow (Kit Harington). In this "Late Night With Seth Meyers" clip, Meyers brings Snow as a dinner guest and awkwardness (and hilarity) ensue. Show More Summary
Kit Harington stopped by "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on Monday night to talk about Season 5 of "Game of Thrones" and to also ruin a dinner party. Meyers invited Jon Snow to his dinner party in a funny segment where the brother of the Night's Watch shared a little too much around a table of Meyers' friends. Show More Summary
There’s this great thing that happens in the rare event that the Mountain Goats get to play a late-night show. At some point during the performance, frontman John Darnielle will look over at bassist Peter Hughes, and they’ll exchange one of those “holy shit, we’re getting to do this” looks. It’s the best. Today, the […]
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"Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington dons his character's furs and capes for this hilarious "Late Night" sketch that finds Jon Snow at a Manhattan dinner party.
Photo by Lloyd Bishop/NBC The Mountain Goats appeared on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" last night, where they performed a song from their just-released wrestling-centric LP Beat the Champ. John Darnielle and the band did the ultra-violent...Show More Summary
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Well which is it, senator?! With wishy-washy responses like, "No, I'm not running for president" and "No, I won't run," it's difficult to really know if Sen. Elizabeth Warren is or isn't running for president. MAKE UP YOUR MIND. "Late...Show More Summary
As we learned from the Today show on Wednesday, no matter how Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) articulates decision not to run for president in 2016, the media keeps refusing to believe her. Seth Meyers examined this phenomenon in a segment last night called "Will They or Won't They."
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) keeps saying she won’t run for president — but the media and some activists apparently won’t take no for an answer. “Late Night” host Seth Meyers mocked TV reporters’ inane obsession with the progressive standard-bearer’s potential candidacy Wednesday night on his...