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Spoilers ahead for season 8, episode 3 of 'Game of Thrones,' 'The Long Night.'

When the third episode of Game of Thrones’ final season ended, fans everywhere were left in shock over what they had just witnessed. Two of those fans, as it turns out, were Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness and actress Gabrielle Union.

On the latest episode of Van Ness' Gay of Thrones, a viral recap series where the star and a special guest dissect the latest episode of the hit HBO series, the duo discuss “The Long Night” (or as the video’s title calls it, “The Dong Night”), reliving the various deaths, dramatic moments, and that one final twist. “I literally pooped my skirt,” Van Ness admits, with Union adding, “I need to take out my earrings to fight somebody about this.”

Using a number of affectionate nicknames for characters, Van Ness and Union recap the big plot moments of the episode, including the return of “Evil Red Riding Hood” Melissandre, Arya Stark (“Baby Kill Bill”) using the "Marie Kondo method" to escape some ice zombies, and Theon Greyjoy’s thrilling game of “Stab Stab Revolution.”

But the pair truly gag when they talk about the episode’s shocking final moments, in which Arya Stark murdered the Night King (“Ice Pence”). “Baby Kill Bill, out of nowhere, pulls a full Anna Shcherbakova quad lutz, and Jeff Gilloolys the Night King right in the twat,” Van Ness says. “Let me get this straight: Baby Kill Bill pops her cherry and then shatters a motherfucking king off of his patriarchal, nasty podium? That’s literally my perfect day.”

Check out Van Ness and Union’s hilarious recap of “The Long Night” on Gay of Thrones below:


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