Film students in Los Angeles were stunned on Sunday night when Maisie Williams crashed their "Game of Thrones" season 6 premiere viewing party.
The English actress, who plays Arya Stark in the HBO epic fantasy drama, showed up to their bash brandishing snacks, and documented the entire evening on social media.
Her night began with a tweet, in which she asked for fans to post a picture of their party:
Williams soon found an appropriate couple, Mark and Kate Patterson, who had some friends over to watch the show. So she left her hotel at 8 p.m. to get snacks:
She picked up popcorn and potato chips:
Here she is walking out of the store:
Then Williams went to the couple's home...
The buzzer was broken so when Mark came down to let Williams in, he couldn't believe his eyes:
The pair devised a "cunning plan" to maximize the surprise for the other guests:
The gathering of "Game of Thrones" fans couldn't quite believe what was going down:
Williams was in awe of the decorations the students had put up:
She was also impressed by their "Game of Thrones"-themed snacks:
Here she is posing with the still-in-shock group:
And her favorite part of the night? The dragon egg cookies. "They were THA BOMB," she wrote.
Mark also tweeted his thanks to Williams, for making it such a memorable night:
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