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Khal Drogo Jason Momoa Game Of Thrones HBO

*Warning! This post contains spoilers regarding the latest episode of Game Of Thrones. Read at your own risk. *

It's been a long time since Jason Momoa has been on Game Of Thrones, but that doesn't mean he's not keeping up with every single thing that happens, especially when Emilia Clarke's Dany is centerstage. The actor took a pause from filming Aquaman to hit up Instagram with his epic reaction to the latest episode, "The Spoils of War." And in usual Momoa fashion, he really went all out:

So, Jason Momoa was obviously a big fan of seeing Drogon and the Dothraki lay waste to the Lannister army, to the point that the former star wished he was also there to "fuck shit up" himself. As all Game Of Thrones fans know, that's not happening anytime soon (if ever), although it would be nothing short of spectacular to see Khal Drogo cutting down Westeros soldiers in his Dothraki garb. Better yet, Daenerys could really use the help of Aquaman as Euron's fleet continues to be a thorn in the side of her rebellion against Cersei, so maybe the showrunners and Warner Bros. can work in a crossover for the sake of the fans?

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Speaking of Dany, Jason Momoa sprinkled in some love to the "Moon of his life" at the end of his Instagram rave, calling actress Emilia Clarke a "bad ass." The two seemed to have a lot of fun while together on set and, according to DVD commentary, even happened during one of Clarke's worst scenes she's filmed to date, involving that horrid prop horse heart:

Perhaps unfortunately, it appears as though the air-tight secrets of Game Of Thrones don't even leak to former cast members, even if they're still buddies with current stars, and it sounds like he has to wait just like us normal folks when it comes to new episodes. Apparently, there's a difference between being a Khal and being President Of The United States. That's a shame, as it has to be difficult to keep up with the series while working on multiple blockbuster projects and living the rockstar actor life. Although when the show is this good, no amount of busywork can stop a fan from watching Game Of Thrones.

Game Of Thrones is all new on HBO on Sunday, August 13th, at 9:00 p.m. ET. For more on Season 7 and this latest whirlwind of an episode, be sure to check out four big and important lines from "The Spoils of War." Fans can also speculate along with us as everyone ponders exactly why the White Walkers are taking so long to attack? Those needing to take a break from the series (at least until Sunday) can still visit our summer premiere guide to find the hottest shows still left in the season, and our fall TV guide will help you in the months beyond.