Hilarious fan mashup turns Game of Thrones into a romantic comedy

Relationships obviously play a big part in HBO's hit Game of Thrones—mixed in with all the sex and fighting, of course—but when you see the connections all broken down as a clichéd, romantic comedy trailer, it just seems to weirdly work.

Imagine, if you will: Game of Thrones: A Westeros Rom-Com. All it takes are a few well-timed edits and some cheesy pop music, and the epic fantasy drama takes on a whole new tone.

So what does it mean that Brienne likes Renly, but Renly loves Loras, while Jaime loves Cersei?

Find out for yourself below:

Sound off: Would you watch a romantic comedy in the Game of Thrones-verse?

(Via Topless Robot)

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