Watch James Corden's Late Late Show writer binge all of Game of Thrones in one sitting
This is the ultimate Game of Thrones binge session. Lawrence Dai, a writer on The Late Late Show, watched all of the HBO fantasy series in one sitting. That’s 67 episodes (some of which run more than an hour) across seven seasons. How did he survive? James Corden‘s team documented the whole thing.
The great binge appears to have begun on Thursday, April 4, per a tweet from the show. With every episode watched, Dai would then check off a box on his tracking board. What commenced involved lots of food deliveries, the brushing of his teeth in a plastic bucket, an IV drip, and the crafting of his own Iron Throne from the remnants of a pizza box, office supplies, Red Bull cans, and Pringles.
So much more happened behind the scenes and there’s an entire thread on the Late Late Show‘s Twitter feed with documentation of it all.
If you don’t have the time to watch another person watch all of Game of Thrones but want to recap what happened before the final season kicks off on April 14, Corden gave a rhythmic rundown of it all.
Game of Thrones
HBO's epic fantasy drama based on George R.R. Martin's novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire.'