The Actor Who Plays Grey Worm On ‘Game Of Thrones’ Has Us Sobbing With His Bittersweet ‘Somewhere In The Multiverse’ Tribute


If you haven’t seen the Game of Thrones’ latest episode, “The Last of the Starks,” you may want to spare yourself from reading further.

We’ll be here when you’re ready.


Fans of Grey Worm and Missandei were devastated over a major GoT plot point in the final season’s fourth episode, and actor Jacob Anderson, who plays the commander of Daenerys’s Unsullied, drove fans further into despair.

Anderson, who uses the alias Raleigh Ritchie as a musician and rapper, posted a tribute video immortalizing his character and onscreen love, Missandei of Naath, whose life came to a tragic end through beheading by orders of Cersei.

Fans who have rooted for the romantic couple wailed over the ending of the slave interpreter and felt the gut-wrenching agony of Grey Worm witnessing Missandei’s execution.

To soften the blow, Anderson tweeted them doing the Running Man challenge, writing:

“I know it hurts. But Somewhere in the multiverse @missnemmanuel.”

The Running Man challenge is the latest viral trend in which participants post videos of themselves running in place.

The silly stationary dance craze started when Maryland basketball players Jared Nickens and Jaylen Brantley took it to the mainstream by showing off their skills while listening to 1996 R&B song “My Boo” by Ghost Town DJ’s.

Ideas for a sequel are being hatched.

No amount of dancing can get these mourners to cut a rug.


Oh, people were seriously in denial.

But whatever makes them happy.

The love for Grey Worm and Missandei is forever immortalized.

As the death toll mounts, we’ll all be needing some therapy when all this is over.

Until then, cue the music.

If you want to have your own Grey Worm and Missandei reunion, Dark Horse created a realistic figures of Grey Worm, available here. Now someone just needs to get them to make Missandei…

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