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After the incredible Season 6 finale of Game of Thrones last month, it’s understandable that many fans are still suffering from PT(GoT)SD.

Now that the off-season has officially begun, there’s no better time to re-watch the entire series from start to finish, or watch it for the first time. We won’t judge you if you’re one of five people who still haven’t immersed yourself in the world of Westeros. Just kidding! We’re totally judging. Shame, shame, shame!

Whether you’ve read every eight-pound book by George RR Martin, or have finally caved and decided to devote your free time to The Faith Game of Thrones, a recap is not only helpful, but necessary when it comes to a series this complicated (it’s worth it – come for the epic battles, stay for the boobs and bums).

Over the past few years, actor Samuel L. Jackson has unofficially become the potty-mouth voice we listen for, to make everything that much f*!&ing better. Besides, Morgan Freeman already has dibs on the Voice of God.

Whether he’s talking about jungle cats in the documentary Disneynature African Cats, voicing Nick Fury in the Iron Man 2 video game, playing Gin Rummy on The Boondocks, or helping parents tell their kids to Go The F**k To Sleep, Jackson’s voice is as hilariously informative as it is soothingly sarcastic.

Now Jackson is using his list of the Seven Words You Can’t Say On TV to recap one of the biggest and most complicated shows in television history, without giving away *too* many spoilers.

What can you learn about Game of Thrones from Samuel L. of House Jackson?

There’s motherf**king dragons.

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There’s the nice Stark family (don’t get attached).

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There’s the long-ass winter coming and still ain’t nobody ready even though everybody has been saying ‘winter is coming’ for four seasons.

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There are White Walkers about to wipe out errrbody.

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There are some wedding invitations you should decline.

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And Bran? Bran trippin’.

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Don’t forget, in Westeros, mo’ power, mo’ problems.

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