Game of Thrones hit Hall H on Day Two of Comic-Con last week, bringing a large contingent of their massive cast to answer fan questions about season five and say, “I don’t know,” in response to any questions about season six. They haven’t started filming the new season yet, so there was no footage to show (although they did bring an audition reel, which you can watch here). It was still a good time, though. Sophie Turner talked about how she views Sansa’s controversial rape scene, and Conleth Hill deftly lightened the mood with an incredible bon mot. Director David Nutter told a story about the time President of the United States demanded an answer about the death of a certain character, which, no offense Mr. President, but you asked the wrong damn question. John Bradley was his usual delightful self, Gwendoline Christie continued to reign munificently as Goddess Divine, and Alfie Allen appeared to be a whole, healthy human being with all of his faculties intact, which is a bloody relief.
Also on the panel were producer Carolyn Strauss, Carice Van Houten, Liam Cunningham, Maisie Williams, Natalie Dormer, and Hannah Murray, who was asked zero questions and therefore never spoke, but at least had great hair. Seth Myers moderated. Watch the whole thing below.