‘Game of Thrones’ Fans React to Elmo’s Sit-Down With Cersei and Tyrion Lannister

‘Game of Thrones’ Fans React to Elmo’s Sit-Down With Cersei and Tyrion Lannister

April 19, 2019

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Lessons from “Sesame Street” aren’t just for kids — they’re even applicable to the adults battling for control of the Seven Kingdoms.
HBO released a “Game of Thrones”-themed “Sesame Street” video as part of the kids’ show’s 50th anniversary celebration campaign “Respect Brings Us Together.” The spoof teaches a lesson about respect using well-known characters — Elmo, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), and Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) — and a lot of fans were into it. They shared some hilarious reactions on Twitter on Thursday, including some wild fan theories, ranging from Elmo being the Night King to this clip being how the show really ends.
First, here’s the video:
And now, a selection of the tweets on the topic:

Wait til everyone finds out this clip is actually the last minute from the final episode lmao

— Lloyd Butler ??????? (@Lloyd_Butler_) April 18, 2019

God what does this mean ?

— Evil Morty aka Pres.Morty (@ELSTEVEN66) April 18, 2019

It means Elmo IS THE NIGHT KING!

— S.D. N8V (@ody_b) April 18, 2019

So the Night Elmo just wants everyone to be friends and stay together forever. I can support this theory.

— Lazygirlnerd (@lazygirlnerdk) April 18, 2019

Now I know how #GameofThrones should end. It’s the only sensible way when you really think about it. pic.twitter.com/zRGHr8bdUE

— Nathaniel Sager (@_vikingpenguin) April 18, 2019

You know Cersei put Elmo in the dungeons after the talk

— Evil Morty aka Pres.Morty (@ELSTEVEN66) April 18, 2019

the crossover i never knew i needed

— maria ✮ (@tomszdya) April 18, 2019

2019 is so weird never thought i would see sesame street and game of thrones in the same tweet but okay we’re doing it

— jess (@jnbreyfogle) April 18, 2019

I can’t believe they spoiled the ending of GoT ?

— Aaron Kostecki (@Hunky_Joe) April 18, 2019

Elmo of House Tickles should sit on the Iron Throne

Reshoot season 8 now
— Bear (@BearUNLV) April 18, 2019

“Game of Thrones” is in the midst of its eighth and final season. Episodes air Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO. Meanwhile, “Sesame Street” airs on the premium network, too, but on Saturdays at 9 a.m. ET/PT.

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