Transcript for Grey Worm actor from 'GoT' talks #NotMyDany, Starbucks and online petition
Yeah, we're on the air. Oh, my goodness. Now, to what I've been waiting for, our next guest, I'm a huge "Throner." A good chance I'm going to name my son tyrion, lord of the north from the house of Haines. Or Doug. We don't know which one to go with between the two. But you know the next guest as grey worm from "Game of thrones," please welcome, Jacob Anderson. It's so nice to have you. Thank you. Oh. Oh, man, welcome to the show. This woman -- you see she's so excited. And every week I get the recap -- I'm so excited because -- I'm sad that this Sunday's the last episode. Me, too. You know, so, and -- everyone we've spoken to along the way, no one can tell us much -- but one thing we generally heard is, it doesn't end the way you expect it to. You're in the last episode. Yep. You know what's going on. You made it. So, was it what you expected? No, not at all. It's very unexpected. One of the great things about this show is you know from the first season that you don't know what's coming. You can't get comfortable with this show. No, because you might die. Your character might die. I like to just keep it in the belief system. For instance, I'd wait before deciding on tyrion for a name. Because you never know what is going to happen. It rolls off the tongue. That kind of goes with what I'm about to say now, it's been a very controversial season. Some of the controversies out there. Get your take. First up, nearly half of the million people signed a petition for HBO to hire a new set of writers to re-shoot the entire season. Yeah. What do you think about that? Yeah. These guys said it. Not going to happen. I think it's rude. I kind of feel like -- I think obviously this show feels to people like it belongs to them and that's really good. I think it's really important when people take things into their heart and it means something to them. However, it doesn't. But I just mean that in the sense like I was there and the crew in particular on our show are like the hardest working group of people I've ever met and ever had the pleasure to work with and to kind of trivialize their work in that way I find it's quite sad. We get to -- But who wants to watch a show you already know the ending? The next thing is, lot of people signed -- after last week's episode Twitter went viral with this #notmydani. No, she's not. Ever since she took a dark turn, she took a dark turn on the show and people lost their minds. What do you think about that? Personally I'm of the mind that was completely -- I think Emilia is amazing. I think it's all there. It's been evolving? Yeah. The main one people are talking about last week are the coffee cup. What's up with that? Now, that I can't defend. I don't know. I don't know how that happened. Starbucks in Iceland? No. Here's thing, it's not a Starbucks cup. I was mad, because I'm like Starbucks is getting this publicity and it's not -- we don't get Starbucks in Belfast. We get Starbucks in Belfast, sorry Belfast friends. Where we were shooting it's like in the middle of a farm -- Aren't you in a cave or something? That's a theme -- it's like an industrial park. Basically Kraft services should have gotten the credit. Shout-out to Kraft. Shout-out to Lee and Kraft services who deserved this and also, "People" magazine is predicting that 10 million people will be skipping work on Monday because they'll be watching -- is anyone here -- don't worry, we won't shoot it -- is anyone here skipping work on Monday? You're not skipping work on Monday. I feel something coming on, okay. Isn't that amazing? Part of me is like that's amazing and part of me is like that's irresponsible.
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