Kit Harington Reveals Favorite Day on 'Game of Thrones'—and His Favorite Co-Star

Helen Sloan, HBO
Helen Sloan, HBO

There’s no doubt that the cast members of Game of Thrones are feeling the pain of leaving one of the greatest shows in television history behind. Even if you’re not heavily sentimental or nostalgic, like Kit Harington claims not to be, there’s got to be something to miss about the show. So the series' stars have been recalling their favorite memories from the show in time for the final season, in HBO’s video series “The Cast Remembers.”

In the interview, Harington discussed his first scene on the show, which was simple: All he did was walk along the ramparts at Castle Black. The actor claimed he was very nervous, and was thankful his first scene was so easy. But he had no idea what was to come.

Going into the second season, Harington remembered, “Iceland, Season 2, the first day we were there. That was my favorite day on Thrones. I had never been to a more beautiful place in my life, and it was special for so many reasons.” Season 2 was also when we met the Wildling Ygritte, played by Rose Leslie, who eventually became Jon Snow’s love interest in the show—and Harington’s real-life wife.

“It was the scene where I was not able to behead Ygritte,” Harington continued. “My favorite actor to work with was Rose Leslie. There was something really special about working with Rose. She is one of the best actors I've worked with, one of the most instinctual, and we really kind of had a great chemistry together I think.”

We can’t imagine Harington picking something that didn't involve his wife as his favorite Thrones memory, but it’s still incredibly sweet to hear him say it. We’ll see the actor reprise his role as Jon Snow one last time, when Game of Thrones returns on April 14.

Amazon's Under-the-Radar Coupon Page Features Deals on Home Goods, Electronics, and Groceries

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Now that Prime Day is over, and with Black Friday and Cyber Monday still a few weeks away, online deals may seem harder to come by. And while it can be a hassle to scour the internet for promo codes, buy-one-get-one deals, and flash sales, Amazon actually has an extensive coupon page you might not know about that features deals to look through every day.

As pointed out by People, the coupon page breaks deals down by categories, like electronics, home & kitchen, and groceries (the coupons even work with SNAP benefits). Since most of the deals revolve around the essentials, it's easy to stock up on items like Cottonelle toilet paper, Tide Pods, Cascade dishwasher detergent, and a 50 pack of surgical masks whenever you're running low.

But the low prices don't just stop at necessities. If you’re looking for the best deal on headphones, all you have to do is go to the electronics coupon page and it will bring up a deal on these COWIN E7 PRO noise-canceling headphones, which are now $80, thanks to a $10 coupon you could have missed.

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Beep, Beep, Richie: You Can Own the Pennywise Costume From It

You'll float, too.
You'll float, too.
Profiles in History

Some of the most iconic moments in horror are coming home—if you’re a winning bidder. Profiles in History is launching their latest Icons and Legends of Hollywood auction on November 12 and November 13 that has a number of key props and costumes from some of the spookiest movies ever made.

For Stephen King fans, the complete Pennywise costume worn by actor Bill Skarsgård in 2017’s It promises to liven up any living space. The white satin outfit was distressed by the production team to better represent Pennywise’s sewer-dwelling proclivities. It even comes with a red balloon. It’s expected to sell for between $20,000 and $30,000.

The winning bidder gets a free balloon.Profiles in History

One of the most viscerally shocking scenes in horror movie history was John Hurt’s experience with a Chestburster in 1979’s Alien. That entire mechanical contraption, which allowed the Xenomorph to spring forward from his torso, is being offered here and comes complete with a pneumatic rig and flexible rubber tail. It could sell for between $40,000 and $60,000.

The Chestburster prop horrified audiences in 1979's Alien.Profiles in History

For a lighter touch, the costume worn by Fred Gwynne in the 1960s sitcom The Munsters is also on hand. This bespoke suit was purposely tailored small to make Gwynne—who played the oversized Herman Munster—seem larger. It even has green stains from his make-up. It could fetch $30,000 to $50,000.

Herman Munster's costume from The Munsters was sized small on purpose to make actor Fred Gwynne look larger.Profiles in History

You can also grab a complete Wolf Predator costume from 2007’s Alien vs. Predator: Requiem, estimated to sell for between $30,000 and $50,000—an expensive but very worthwhile addition to your Halloween display.

The Wolf Predator costume from 2007's Alien vs. Predator: Requiem.Profiles in History

A variety of props and costumes will also be available, from an animatronic zombie used in The Walking Dead ($12,000 to $15,000) to a ghost trap from 1989’s Ghostbusters 2 ($40,000 to $60,000) to a Chucky doll from 1988’s Child’s Play before he underwent what the catalog describes as a “psychopathic metamorphosis.” You can bid online at the Profiles in History website.