Some people take rejection harshly, so harshly that they choose to inflict unimaginable cruelty on other innocent people. Conan O'Brien, we're looking at you.
The comedian joked to Entertainment Weekly that he's going to spoil the upcoming "Game of Thrones" episode for fans since it airs at the same time as the MTV Movie Awards, which he's hosting. Both shows air on Sunday night (April 13) at 9 p.m. and lucky for O'Brien, he's already seen the new episode of the HBO show.
“So on the day before the awards, I’m going to get out as many spoilers as possible to kill the 'Game of Thrones' experience for people," O'Brien said. "Then, out of either despair or rage, they’ll have to tune in to see the MTV Movie Awards.”
The red-headed comedian may say that he's going to be a spoiler king for the sake of gaining viewers for the awards show, but we know the real truth: he's taking out his anger on us fans. He told EW that the "Game of Thrones" writers offered him a cameo in the fantasy series, saying, "They’ve now offered me the part of the body double for the guy whose penis has been cut off — which I found really insulting.” So that's why O'Brien wants to ruin the fun for everyone.
Okay, we know he's totally kidding -- if anything, Dan Weiss and David Benioff would've casted him as Ygritte's brother (the hair, duh). But still, we advise all "GoT" fanatics to avoid O'Brien as much as possible before Sunday's episode, just in case.
The MTV Movie Awards air on MTV on Sunday, April 13 at 9 p.m. EDT. "Game of Thrones" airs on HBO on Sundays at 9 p.m. EDT.