Worried that saddened fans of the now-defunct TV fantasy drama epic 'Game Of Thrones' might not be able to successfully handle its departure from their screens, TV bosses have come up with a GOT-themed gameshow to muzzle them, until something new can be found to 'wean them off'.
'The Game Of Thrones Gameshow' is an exciting idea whereby contestants use their knowledge of the record-breaking HBO series to answer questions to which only hardened and committed fans would know the answers.
"Where does Ned Stark buy his underpants?"
"Why are there no toilets in the 'Game Of Thrones' series?"
"When does anybody do their laundry in the show?"
"Which actor or actress, in the history of the nine seasons of the show, has spoken the most syllables?"
If, by some miracle, contestants are unable to answer correctly, they have their head shoved into a toilet bowl, and the toilet is then flushed by a character called 'Little Fella', who looks a bit like that Tyrion Lannister dwarf bloke.
If they can answer correctly, they get to pet a dragon.
Fans have begun applying to be contestants on the show, and the waiting list is already 40 years long.
George R. R. Martin, the author of the books upon which the drama upon which the gameshow is based, has said he wants nothing at all to do with it. He said:
"Everyone concerned should grow up and get a life."