The Game of Thrones Writers Want To Bring The ‘It’s Always Sunny’ Gang To Westeros As Much As You Do

Oh, just make a cameo on Game of Thrones? JUST MAKE A CAMEO? Why don’t I go strap on my cameo helmet and squeeze into a cameo cannon and fire into cameo land, where cameos just grow on cameo-ies? – so says the ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘ gang Rob McElhenny and Charlie Day, who are as keen as the ‘Game of Thrones’ writers to make the nightman cometh to Westeros, according to TMZ.

Make. It. Happen. Nerds.

TMZ spoke with HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ writers DB Weiss and David Benioff—who also wrote a brilliant episode of It’s Always Sunny in its ninth season, a play on the classic novel ‘Flowers for Algernon’ which may well only be rivaled by ‘The Simpsonsown take on it, back in the day—about cameos on G.O.T. Weiss and Benioff mentioned how Rob McElhenny and Charlie Day have been keen for a good while about making an appearance on the show, something that the writers are equally excited about.

There’s absolutely no confirmation on that happening per se, but the mere prospect of Mac and Dennis being thrust into the only world that is more fantastical and contains more insidious, awful people than that of Paddy’s Pub is exciting as all hell.

As an avid fan of It’s Always Sunny for ten whole goddamn seasons, it’s astonishing how little I can remember of what actually has happened in the show, apart from a few vague memories of the Nightman Cometh, Milk steak, a game of CharDee MacDennis, Pepe Silvia and Sweet Dee’s anxiety-induced gagging. It’s one of the most stupidly funny, cringe-worthy shows on TV right now that’s as forgettable and ostensibly about just as little as ‘Seinfeld’ was. Joining forces with a show that is the polar opposite – dark, rarely laugh-out-loud funny and full of heroes with stand-out monologues – would oddly be a match made in heaven.

Butt dancing the afternoon away to celebrate.

Via AV Club.