Extra Credits: Where Else Can You Watch Your Favorite ‘Game of Thrones’ Actors?
After last night's considerably more epic than usual episode of Game of Thrones, we're itching for next week's fix six days too early. Luckily, the show's major drawback this season--too many plot lines, spread out over a whole world's worth of characters, forced into a 2 1/2 month long arc-- also means that there are so many more actors currently earning their "whatever the UK equivalent of SAG is" credit! And for most of the cast, this isn't their first "whatever the UK equivalent of a rodeo is." In fact, check in the background of your favorite shows, and you'll start finding Westerosi wherever you look. We've compiled a list of some of our favorite secondary characters from this season of Game of Thrones where they make an appearance. If you've got a great imagination, pretend that all these shows are related and exist in a weird multiverse scenario where everyone is basically playing some version of their GOT selves at all times. That's what I like to do, and because of this skill, I never get lonely or need friends.