“Look, there’s two ways we can do this,” the officer told Kit Harington after stopping him for speeding. “You can either follow me back to the police station now and I book you in, or you can tell me if you live in the next series of Game of Thrones.”

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Unless you’ve been living under some sort of rock, you probably know that Jon Snow did die at the end of season 6, and he was resurrected a few days later. Of course, those few days in the Game of Thrones timeline lasted 10 months, and then it wasn’t until episode 3 in season 6 that he was finally resurrected.

Harington already explained the theatrical performance he had to maintain in his day to day life in order to conceal his involvement in season 6. Aside from the actor, only a few other people knew the truth, including HBO’s producers, the writers, Harington’s family and his girlfriend.

And a policeman.

Harington explained to Jimmy Fallon that he laughed when hearing the policeman’s offer, but the man was dead serious.

“I have to tell you, whether I take you to the police station depends on what your answer is,” the policeman told him.

Harington then admitted that would be alive in the coming season. The policeman went: “Mhm… On your way Lord Commander, keep the speed down this far south of the wall.”

See the hilarious Tonight Show clip below and if you missed it, be sure to check out our recap of the last episode.

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