Game of Thrones appears on Sesame Street: what next?

With the release of it’s 49th season, Sesame Street is working hard at staying culturally relevant. Known for its appeal to both kids and adults, the show welcomed Tyrion Lannister from the racy HBO series Game of Thrones to sing with the kids. Pretending to be the mysterious Simon of the kid’s game, Simon Says, Tyrion played it safe by appearing to be completely sober. Weird, right?

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