With the much-anticipated final season of Game of Thrones set to debut Sunday night, one man is hoping to make a profit off those desperate to catch the premier.
Raleigh native Chris Stack told reporters that he plans to sell fans access to the show at his house.
“I tried to watch an episode once,” Stack said, “but I lost interest after watching the dude who played Aquaman bang a chick who looked like she was 12.”
“There are tons of people out there who are dying to watch, and I’m hard up for cash right now, so it’s a win-win.”
Stack said anyone who wanted to watch Game of Thrones could do so in his home theater, but it would cost them ten dollars each.
“Originally I was going to just sell people the HBO GO password,” Stack said. “The only problem is my Mom changed the password when she found out I was watching True Blood reruns without her.”
“So I’m going to have to go with Plan B, which sucks because I’m not a big fan of people coming over to my place.”
Stack said he would provide snacks and drinks, but also explained that he would set a few ground rules for viewers.
“First rule: no costumes allowed,” Stack said, “anyone dresses up, they’re not getting in.”
“Second rule: I don’t care what’s on the screen, absolutely no masturbating allowed,” Stack continued.
“Third rule: no one under 18 is allowed. I don’t want to go back to prison.”
The Game of Thrones season 8 premier is scheduled to air Sunday evening at 9 p.m. Standard Eastern Time.