He watched all 67 episodes of 'Game of Thrones' in one sitting

"I've never felt more accomplished and more worthless at the same time."

If you're a Game of Thrones fan, you're counting down the hours to this weekend's upcoming premiere of the hit fantasy drama's eighth and final season. If you're a relatively new fan, it's been nearly two years since the season seven finale, so you've had some time to get caught up.

Or you could just binge all 67 episodes of the show in one sitting.

Having never seen the show, Lawrence Dai, a writer for Late Night With James Corden, got locked in a room and sat down to watch the entire run of Game of Thrones so far -- 67 hours -- over the course one bleary-eyed weekend, and filmed it for the show. From Ned Stark's death, to the Red Wedding, to Jon Snow's death, to the mysterious appearance of Ed Sheeran, watch Lawrence suffer all the blows dealt to the Seven Kingdoms.

Of course, Lawrence didn't have to do it alone. Over the course of the weekend, he had some visitors, including his mom -- confirming that Game of Thrones is one of the most awkward things to watch with your parents.

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