This Is How 'Game Of Thrones' Will End, According To 'Parks And Recreation'

Ben Wyatt is the biggest "Game of Thrones" fan in Pawnee, Indiana, but Tuesday night's second new episode of "Parks and Recreation" revealed something previously unknown: the ending of the beloved HBO series.

(Spoiler alert if you haven't seen "Parks and Rec" Season 7, Episode 4 "Leslie and Ron.")

The final season of "Parks and Rec" is set in the year 2017, which allows co-creator Michael Schur to throw in funny little predictions about the future. Last week, "Parks and Rec" revealed that the Cubs finally won the World Series, and this week we got a scoop on how George R.R. Martin's series will end. While locked up in the Parks Department with Ron, Leslie pleads with Ben to let her out since it's the night of the "GoT" series finale.

So, do you want to know how "GoT" will end in the fictitious future world of "Parks and Rec"? Are you sure you're ready?

There you have it: Daenerys marries Jack Sparrow. Hear that, George R.R. Martin? No sweat finishing those books; Schur did it for you (but, like, please don't end them that way).

"Parks and Recreation" airs Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. ET on NBC.



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