You May Never Look at 'Game of Thrones' the Same After Seeing Cersei and Tyrion Laughing Over an iPhone

Go behind the scenes of the epic Dragonpit meetup.

This post contains spoilers for the Game of Thrones season seven finale.

One of the many excellent things that happened on Sunday's Game of Thrones season seven finale was the gathering of several major characters inside the Dragonpit in King's Landing. Dany made an iconic entrance with Drogon; Cersei saw a wight for the first time; and Euron told a nasty lie about heading home to save his people because the Army of the Dead can't swim. Following the episode, HBO released a behind-the-scenes video of the 10-day shoot, which showrunner D.B. Weiss described as the "most enjoyable" time he's ever spent on the show. From Jon Snow chatting in a pair of suspenders to Brienne scratching Ser Davos' beard to Tyrion and Cersei laughing over a viral video/meme/another silly Reddit fan theory on her iPhone (which says "GOOD VIBES," BTW), it looks like only good times were had.

As Peter Dinklage says, "We were all just a big happy family. And that extended to after work, unfortunately, because we had way too much fun." They also stayed in the same hotel, according to Nikolaj Coster-Waldau: "It was just a recipe of disaster." If you don't have time to watch all 13 minutes of the video, mark it in your iCal for later and enjoy the last 90 or so seconds. You have 90 seconds right?

If you have more than 90 seconds, do spare an additional 2 minutes. HBO also released a video of Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke making cute gross faces while talking about Jon and Dany's boat sex. Go on, take it all in.

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Peggy Truong

Peggy is’s entertainment writer, specializing in Leonardo DiCaprio, This Is Us, and the royals. She’s also a proud Canadian and pug lover. When Peggy’s not obsessing over Leo’s latest lover or gut size, she can be found watching old episodes of Friends or Gilmore Girls. Her dream is to one day live on a pug farm and write children’s books, with illustrations by her very talented husband Greg.