I’m often amazed how having a handicap has gone from being a disability to being an advantage. Wheelchair parking takes up a good percentage of prime parking at every establishment. Even at places like the gym, where there’s always 100 percent more wheelchair accessible parking spaces than wheelchair accessible treadmills. I’m willing to bet the imp pimp with daddy issues Peter Dinklage is landing all of these post Game of Thrones roles just because of his size. Meanwhile, Emilia Clarke is having an existential crisis now that the show’s over. I feel her pain. I’d be bawling my eyes out too if the best offers I’m receiving towards the end of my career include starring next to a sexually unsure of himself Donald Glover in Solo. Seems like a demotion after earning the title “Mother of Dragons.”
Emilia Clarke has spent eight long years working on Games of Thrones, so it was “bittersweet” for her when filming for season eight wrapped up back in July.
In fact, Emilia was in an “existential crisis” as she realized she had no clue what she was going to do with her life after the show.
The 31-year-old actress, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO series, said “It’s bittersweet, we’ve all done a lot of crying. There’s been a lot of crying on set,” Emilia revealed.
Emilia even confirmed her crisis is legit after tattooing dragons on her wrist. She’s treating GOT like the guy that took her virginity in high school when she should be treating it like the first boy that fingerbanged her in middle school. Draw a few hearts on the back of a notebook with “I love Game of Thrones” around it, don’t impulsively tattoo CGI dragons on your arm just because it seems like a good idea at the moment. Every good thing must come to an end eventually.