‘It’s At all times Sunny’s Rob ‘Mac’ McElhenney made a ‘Recreation of Thrones’ cameo

“Do not blink.”

Rob McElhenney

It’s At all times Sunny in Philadelphia star and co-creator Rob McElhenney has confirmed that he made an surprising cameo in Recreation of Thrones’ season eight premiere on Sunday evening.

Eagle-eyed followers had been fast to note that McElhenney and Silicon Valley’s Martin Starr appeared throughout a violent scene which noticed Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) as he tried to rescue his sister Yara (Gemma Whelan) from a ship captained by their uncle Euron (Pilou Asbæk).

Each McElhenney and Starr appeared as two troopers within the Golden Firm, who grew to become injured throughout the determined escape. Posting on Instagram, McElhenney confirmed his cameo and confirmed a gory shut up of his face with an severely injured eye.

“Don’t blink. #gameofthrones,” he captioned the snap. He additionally set the placement to the ‘Seven Kingdoms of Westeros’, appropriately.

McElhenney is understood for his work with Recreation of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss who beforehand wrote an episode of It’s At all times Sunny’s ninth season, and made a short cameo as a pair of lifeguards in season 12.

The identical episode additionally noticed the destiny of Ed Sheeran’s cameo character being revealed. The singer made a short cameo within the first episode of the present’s seventh season in 2017, the place he led a singalong amongst a bunch of Lannister troopers and even loved a short dialog with Arya Stark.

Nonetheless, it transpired in Sunday evening’s episode that his face had been burnt off.

You’ll be able to take a look at NME’s assessment of the primary episode right here.

In the meantime, McElhenney lately reassured followers that they’ll “nonetheless be doing ‘Sunny’ for the foreseeable future“, regardless of Glenn Howerton’s position being downplayed considerably.

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