Aaron Rodgers Explains "Game Of Thrones" Cameo In New Video

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His appearance in the HBO show's penultimate episode, the fifth episode of the eighth and final season, was one of the worst kept secrets in television and Rodgers was coy about what would happen in the episode.

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The penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, "The Bells", aired tonight on HBO, and it might have featured a blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameo appearance by National Football League superstar QB Aaron Rodgers. Last week, we reported that Rodgers would be in the episode and how fans were excited about his role in the episode.

Rodgers could be briefly spotted portraying an archer in the Lannister army.

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Rodgers made a mysterious tweet back in April about the fantasy series, using a hashtag that says "Episode 5 should be good".

In a GoT extra interview, he explained he was "helping a woman who was injured, sat her down and then, the hell with her, I'm getting out of there".

Rodgers has also posted about the show on his social media accounts pretty frequently.

As for the fate of Rodger's character, it's likely he ended up a pile of ash like most of King's Landing after Daenerys and Drogon blazed their way through the city.

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