This is pretty funny even if you don't watch "Game of Thrones" at all.

"Late Night" host Seth Meyers shared another "Game of Jones" episode last night, watching "Game of Thrones" Season 7, Episode 4, "The Spoils of War," alongside actress and former "Saturday Night Live" comic Leslie Jones. They did one of these last year, but this time the video included a wonderful surprise visit from one of the GoT stars.

Their commentary -- especially Leslie's -- is hilarious, especially since they watch very differently. The way Leslie watches and analyzes the show, and reacts to big moments like Drogon swooping in? Magic. Seth didn't even know you should watch the opening credits to see the different locations. #casual

At one point, during a Varys scene at Dragonstone, Seth asked Leslie for her take on Dany's adviser. Leslie said Varys is like that girlfriend you can't tell if she's really your friend or not, 'cause behind your back she'll talk all kinds of sh*t. So Leslie was glad when Dany made it clear to Varys that if he had a problem with her, he had to say it to her face.

Cue the actual Varys walking in -- Conleth Hill, dressed in Varys garb. Leslie was ecstatic and hugged him, but proceeded to talk to him as Varys and challenged him on his shifty ways. Conleth responded in his own Northern Irish lilt, standing up for Theon -- or Theron to Leslie, with Seth arguing that he was given the "r" when he lost his penis -- because eunuchs stick together.

Watch the 9 minute video:"Game of Thrones" Season 7 continues with Episode 5, "Eastwatch," on Sunday, August 13 at 9 p.m. on HBO. Check out the new photos, and the promo.

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