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'Game of Thrones' Gets Mocked as Abusive Show in Honest Trailer

April 2, 2014 (6:58 am) GMT
The HBO medieval series is described as 'a history test, but with dragons and boobs' in two versions of Honest Trailer by Screen Junkies.

Days leading to the season 4 premiere of "", Screen Junkies helps sum up what the show is about to those who haven't watched the series. In a hilarious Honest Trailer, which is released in regular and spoiler-free versions, a voiceover calls the HBO series an "abusive show you keep watching no matter times it hurts you."

It offers cuts of violent scenes from season 1 to season 3 and points out the nudity scenes frequently included in the episodes. "It's kind of like a history test, but with dragons and boobs," the voiceover describes the show. The spoiler-free version is pretty much the same but blurs the scenes that potentially spoil the story.

"Game of Thrones" is also spoofed in a musical parody. It features some people dressing as Jon Snow, Daenerys, Sansa Stark and Cersei Lannister and singing about who will survive in season 4.

The new season of "Game of Thrones" premieres Sunday, April 6 at 9 P.M. ET on HBO. The show is notorious for killing off its main characters, including the protagonists.

"Game of Thrones" Honest Trailer - Regular Version:


"Game of Thrones" Honest Trailer - Spoiler-Free Version:


Game of Thrones - The Musical Parody:


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