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Jacob Anderson Frequently Asked About Infamous Body Part by Game of Thrones Fans

Jacob Anderson Frequently Asked About Infamous Body Part by Game of Thrones Fans

Wait — why do people ask Jacob Anderson such sensitive questions in public? It probably has to do with the fact that his “Game of Thrones” character, Grey Worm, is introduced as a member of the Unsullied Army, later becoming their leader. It’s well-known in the universe that every Unsullied soldier is castrated, ostensibly to remove all of their earthly desires. Unfortunately, by the time Grey Worm’s beloved queen Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) arrives in Astapor, takes the Unsullied army, and offers them complete freedom — only for them to follow her anyway — he’s already been mutilated by his previous owners.

Grey Worm thrives under Daenerys, even falling in love with the dragon queen’s closest advisor and fellow former slave Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel). However, “Game of Thrones” doesn’t really end well for anybody, and though Grey Worm survives, he goes through quite a lot. Missandei is captured and killed by Daenerys’ enemy Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), and after Daenerys massacres innocents in King’s Landing, she’s killed for the good of the realm by her nephew and lover Jon Snow (Kit Harington).

With all this in mind, when Anderson spoke to E! News in 2022 about the now-dormant Jon Snow spin-off, he said he didn’t think it made sense for Grey Worm to appear in it.

“I think it would be pretty tense if he did [appear in the new spinoff with Jon Snow],” Anderson said. “I think the only way Grey Worm would show up in that show is to kill Jon Snow. I don’t think Grey Worm would want to see him again … I’d be very surprised if we saw Grey Worm again.”

Source: E! News