HBO's official YouTube channel shared a compilation video featuring a Game of Thrones recap narrated by Samuel L. Jackson. HBO enlisted Samuel L. Jackson’s talents to run down all the main events of GOT in less than 8 minutes, complete with NSFW language. "You want to see a dragon, mother*****?" Jackson states in this hilarious video. "All right, here you go! Here you f***** go! You happy now?"

Game of Thrones official video recap.

Here's the funny and useful video titled "Game of Thrones Beginner’s Guide: Uncensored", released by HBO on YouTube.

Season 6 is only teased.

Jackson's recap actually covers the events from season 1 to season 5. What happened in season 6 is only hinted (with a cool selection of scenes). The recap stops when Jon Snow faces Olly, Alliser Thorne and the other "brothers" who decided to betray him. Obviously a seven-minutes recap can't report everything. Jackson skips forward in the storyline more than once, claiming that he has no time to explain what happened in the meanwhile. What Jackson narrates "is nothing compared to what we didn’t have a chance to get to,” the actor admits.

“The backstabbing, the lying, the cheating, the parts that will make you feel uncomfortable”.

Jackson-style.

Clearlythe video can't be considered a complete guide to Game of Thrones first seasons. On the other hand, Jackson's narration is dirty, very funny and sometimes even brilliant. "Bran?" Jackson asks trying to recap what the Starks are up to at a certain point. "Bran trippin'" Jackson summarizes.

Referred to Cersei in season 5, Jackson states: "Cersei thinks she's a good leader but she ain't. She's pretty much Marie Antoinette in this whole situation".

The Marie Antoinette reference.

If you're not familiar with European history, Marie Antoinette was Queen of France until 1791, and she was beheaded by the Revolutionary Tribunal in 1793. Despite her initial popularity, a growing number of the population eventually came to dislike her, accusing "the Austrian woman" of being profligate and promiscuous...

She also became known as Madame Deficit because the country's financial crisis was blamed on her lavish spending and her opposition to the social and financial reforms.

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