The Simpsons season 29 premiered last weekend. Interestingly, the series spoofed "Game of Thrones." Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has also made a guest appearance on the show as Jaime Lannister. The first episode was titled, “The Serfsons.” The storyline began with surprising twists and turns especially for Cain, Harriet, and Moira. Things have been pretty different for them since the time Emmerdale died. In a time like this, Marge’s mother transforms into an Ice Walker. Holmer and Lisa end up a situation of vulnerability. With the mission to find a solution for Marge’s mother, they go out on a quest.

In the end, they discover a magic spell that cures the condition, but it turns out to be illegal. When the King finds out about the illegal activities carried out by Holmer’s family, he immediately kidnaps Lisa. Holmer is now left to save both, Lisa and Marge’s mother.

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According to a report by Metro, the show-writers of “Simpsons” make the “Game of Thrones” reference by featuring the “White Walker” character. A certain character called Ned Flanders is also met with execution the same way Ned Stark on “Game of Thrones” did. His head – just like Stark’s – is perked up on a pike. Moe’s Taverns and Ravens are also featured in the show – all of which are a clear reminder of the George R.

R. Martin creation.

As far as Bart is concerned, he is in his usual element. He is seen carrying out his standard pranks on his friends and his sister. “Game of Thrones” actor, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has voiced Marge’s twin brother in the episode. He tries to have a relationship with Marge – similar to how Jaime and Cersei Lannister do in “Game of Thrones.”

“Game of Thrones” season 8 filming started

“The Simpsons” has always been the kind to make references to other famous shows.

Previously, they included several “Big Bang Theory” jokes. This was done when “The Simpsons” celebrated their 30th anniversary. It ends up well with the audience. Meanwhile, “Game of Thrones” season 8 will premiere in 2019. Speculations state that HBO is spending a whopping $19 million per episode on GoT for its next season.

Makers have also begun shooting for the season.

The cast and crew members of the show are currently in Spain. Earlier, Emilia Clarke, who plays the role of Daenerys Targaryen, posted an image on Instagram that suggested they had started filming. Lena Headley has also posted the pic of behind the scenes of GoT.