With the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale just a few days away, two of its biggest stars decided to lighten things up a bit in the latest installment of The Late Late Show With James Corden segment Carpool Karaoke. On-screen sisters Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) took a drive around Los Angeles for a Game of Thrones inspired version of Carpool Karaoke that all fans of the hit fantasy series will surely enjoy. The stars even share some interesting behind-the-scenes stories during their drive.
This latest installment of Carpool Karaoke surfaced on The Late Late Show With James Corden YouTube, which begins with Maisie Williams recounting a game they used to play on the set, where they would "read normal sentences like Sean Bean," who played their on-screen father Ned Stark on the hit series. They decided to carry this game over for Carpool Karaoke, with Sophie Turner reciting the lyrics to The Lion King song "Hakuna Matata." The game continues where Maisie Williams imagines a much different reunion with her sister in Winterfell, where she pretends to be Mario from the Super Mario Brothers video game series, before she "hops down a drainpipe."
The game comes to a hilarious conclusion when Sophie Turner uses her best male Game of Thrones impression with the opening lyrics of the Sir-Mix-A-Lot classic "Baby Got Back," before they both start humming the iconic Game of Thrones theme song. Given the events that have transpired in Game of Thrones Season 7, this will certainly be a welcomed sight, since the actress' characters aren't exactly getting along too well on the series. Although it happened much differently on the series, Arya Stark did in fact finally return home to Winterfell a few episodes ago, although some intense confrontations have many fans wondering what will happen between these siblings in the season finale.
Arya Stark finally returned home to Winterfell in the fourth episode this season, The Spoils of War, where she had a heartfelt reunion with Sansa, who had been placed in charge of Winterfell in place of the new King in the North, Jon Snow (Kit Harington), who had left for Dragonstone to bring back the dragon glass they needed to defeat the White Walker army lead by the Night King. Arya also reunited with Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright), who we haven't seen since this particular episode, but we'll likely see him in the finale, since he is one of the few who knows Jon Snow's true heritage. As for Arya and Sansa, their relationship has certainly seen better days, with some believing that Arya could kill her sister.
In last week's episode, Beyond the Wall, Arya Stark discovered the letter Sansa Stark wrote to her brother Robb Stark at the end of Season 1, asking Robb to swear fealty to the new King, Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson) to avoid any further blood shed. Arya accused Sansa of betraying her family, even though Sansa states that they forced her to write that letter. Still, as Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) pointed out in another scene, Arya would never betray her family, so it seems unlikely that she could actually kill her sister. We'll find out how this sisterly confrontation will come to a head in just a few short days when the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale, The Dragon and the Wolf, airs Sunday, August 27 at 9 PM ET on HBO. Until then, take a look at Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams belting out some tunes in their own unique way in this installment of Carpool Karaoke.