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Friday, May 17, 2019

Texas Police Department Releases Parody of the Night King as an Officer

Posted By on Fri, May 17, 2019 at 12:11 PM

The one-and-only Night King has found a new job following his defeat at the Battle of Winterfell.

According to a post on the Keller Public Safety Facebook page, the Game of Thrones villain has been "recruited" onto the force. The Texas town's police department shared a parody of the Night King's training, and it's fair to say he still maintains his cold demeanor.

The video includes nods to the series, such as "hold the door" and the coffee cup that mistakenly appeared in an episode this season.

  • Facebook / Keller Public Safety
The parody ends with the Night King melting while directing traffic, saying he could survive dragon fire but not the Texas heat.

For fans who can't get enough Game of Thrones before the series finale airs Sunday on HBO, a themed bar crawl will take place in the Alamo City. Put on by Pub Run San Antonio, the Saturday night event will kick off at Pat O'Brien's before moving to other "houses" at Moses Roses, The Kremlin and Bonham Exchange.

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