Hodor and Stuart could try their luck with a Twins remake? (Picture: Instagram/Kev Sussman)With Game of Thrones and The Big Bang Theory coming to an end in the same month, Kristian Nairn and Kevin Sussman are very much available.
So the fans were 100% here for a Hodor and Stuart sitcom on Monday when the two actors crossed paths at Indy PopCon and a Twins remake looked like it could write itself.
Kevin, who played TBBT’s comic book store owner, was positively dwarfed by GoT’s gentle giant in an Instagram picture that teased the ultimate crossover.
Kevin wrote: ‘Do GOT fans realise how funny @kristiannairn is? This gentle man has a lightning wit. Where is our sitcom?! (sic)’
TBBT actor Kev has already discovered Hodor’s hidden ‘lightning wit’ (Picture: Instagram/KevinSussman)Both of the actors’ well-loved shows aired their final episodes last month, creating a distinct void in the TV world.
Fans of Game of Thrones will know that Kristian’s beloved character Hodor died long before the Season 8 finale.
And plans to bring him back from the dead in Episode 3, entitled The Long Night, were later scrapped.
Two years later, Kristian is now touring the world as a recording artist and DJ.
The Big Bang Theory finale aired on CBS in May (Picture: CBS)
But fans will know that Kristian’s character Hodor died long before Game of Thrones aired its final episode on HBO in May (Picture: HBO)His popular Rave of Thrones dance nights this week reached Las Vegas, and he’s even recorded a single called Life Is Too Short.
Meanwhile, for Stuart, the hype of The Big Bang Theory conclusion, which was dubbed ‘perfect’ and ‘joyful’ is only just dying down.
But Stuart didn’t miss the opportunity to throw shade at Game of Thrones before the finale episode went out.
Bigging up the comedy’s last ever double bill he joked: ‘Tonight is the series finale of The Big Bang Theory.
‘I think the writers did a fantastic job tying up the series, but we will, of course, re-do it if anyone is unsatisfied.’
His dig came just one day after Game Of Thrones viewers launched an online campaign for the season eight to be shot again following backlash from episode five, The Bells.
So just maybe Hodor and Stuart can work up something to keep the GoT fans ‘satisfied’, yeah?
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