Game of Thrones Is everywhere. It was just a matter of time before it made its way to South Park. Last night's episode of the Comedy Central animated series focused on a new girt at school and Cartman finding love… sort of. During this, a bizarre nod to HBO's series Game of Thrones made its way into the episode, and the kids' classroom.

It seems Mr. Garrison's either mixed up his George R.R. Martin fantasy books with his history books, or else, he's found a way to make the history of ancient Greece and Rome a bit more exciting by incorporating other prominent families into the mix, including the Baratheons, the Starks and the Targaryens. As for what was going on in the north, that's just a whole other mess…



I now want to see a full on Game of Thrones-inspired episode. Perhaps something like the Make Love, Not Warcraft episode, except with the kids all vying for some kind of throne. Westeros and South Park need to collide in greater fashion. In the meantime, the all-too-brief history lesson will have to do.

Below are a couple of screenshots of the blackboard where Mr. Garrison has laid out how the houses fall together.
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