In a startling admission, God admitted in a recent interview that He religiously watches the HBO smash-hit Game of Thrones.
“What can I say, it’s a good show,” said the Creator of the Universe. “I’m fascinated by the characters and intricate storylines. I started watching after the second season and I’ve been hooked ever since. It’s absolutely riveting.”
Our Heavenly Father shared that he was reluctant at first to share his fandom for fear that he might be judged by Christians. The popular fantasy series is controversial among Christians because of its graphic depictions of nudity and violence.
“My followers can be a very judgmental bunch,” said the one-true deity. “They can be a little harsh in using my words against things they don’t like or understand. Some of them just don’t know how to enjoy themselves.”
The show’s seventh season airs Sunday, July 16 at 9 pm. Despite knowing everything, including the future and the fate of all mankind, God is still excited about the upcoming season.
“I’m trying not to spoil it for myself, even though I already know what happens,” said the Lord Almighty. “I knew even beforeGeorge [R.R. Martin] did. I just wish he’d finish writing that next book. Either way, this season is going to be epic.”
In the same interview, God admitted that he doesn’t have an HBO account of his own. Instead, a neighbor allows the Holy Father to use his login information.
Disclaimer: This article is known as satire. If you don’t understand satire, feel free to read this free guide. Try not to get offended or upset—it’s just a joke after all. Everyone knows that God is more of a Downton Abbey fan.
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