The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones premieres exclusively on Foxtel in Australia on April 15.
"I hate it when people say it", Harington admitted to Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" Thursdayd night.
This time around, Fallon and Harington set up the gag with all the subtlety of a rampaging White Walker, belaboring a set-up that explained how Harington's inability to wink resulted in a facial tic that fell somewhere between a wink and a blink. "He said 'Looking at the woman you're marrying, it shows you do know something, Jon Snow.' Which is sweet".
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Jimmy introduces the segment by telling Harington: "If I can show a picture and ask you something about it, maybe give me a wink for yes, and a blink for no".
But it wasn't a "Thrones"-themed party, it was rather a "bad taste" party".
Carol McSeveney, Textiles Sales Leader, IKEA UK & Ireland, said: "We are flattered that our rugs have featured in Game of Thrones across the years and can't wait to see them making a re-appearance in Season 8". Kit Harington, that's who. The Jon Snow actor is forced to enact her version of Game of Thrones, calling it "Game of Jones".
Harington thought "it was really funny" idea but at the party, "we had these two girls handing out canapes and drinks and things and they had not been told what the theme of the costume party was so they just saw me dressed as my character from "Game of Thrones".
The truth will finally out when the final season of "Game of Thrones" kicks off on Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.