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Maisie Williams Crashes Game of Thrones Party Like a Boss

Maisie Williams Crashes Game of Thrones Party Like a Boss

The season 6 premiere of Game of Thrones was probably the most highly anticipated night of television all year. Since last summer, we’ve been dying to know if Jon Snow is really dead, or if Arya will get her sight back, or what’s going to happen to Daenerys at the hands of the Dothraki? The premiere had a few really great moments (Brienne!), but mostly served to set up the coming season.

The other day, actress Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) played a brilliant prank on some Los Angeles locals by offering free swag to Game of Thrones fans at a local gaming store. For the premiere, Williams was still in L.A., so she decided that she wanted to find a local party rather than sit in her hotel room and pay extra for HBO. Smart girl. What did she do? She sent out the following tweet:

Shortly after, she sent another tweet claiming that a “team” would be sending goodie bags to a lucky party. Technically, this was true. But what the party goers didn’t know was that Williams was a part of said team and would be dropping off the goodies personally… and sticking around to watch the episode. And to eat cookies. Always stick around for the cookies. So how did it play out? Lucky for us, Williams decided to document her evening on Instagram:

(4/12) SNACKS DONE. We were on our way to surprise our lovely fans! A photo posted by @maisie_williams on

(5/12) We could hear the party inside so we had to be REALLY quiet!

A photo posted by @maisie_williams on

(12/12) Ps. Thanks for the dragon egg cookies, they were THA BOMB A photo posted by @maisie_williams on

Yeah girl, you get dem cookies.

Image credits: Maisie Williams

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