WATCH: Jason Momoa proves he can still speak ‘Dothraki’ on 'The Graham Norton Show' | Inquirer Entertainment

WATCH: Jason Momoa proves he can still speak ‘Dothraki’ on ‘The Graham Norton Show’

/ 05:57 PM November 16, 2017

Its been a while since “Game of Thrones” fans have seen Jason Momoa as the most revered “Dothraki” warrior all-time, Khal Drogo, and his presence is certainly missed within the hit show.

Those missing the muscle-clad, horse-back riding savage are in for a treat, as the 38-year-old actor revisited his iconic role in an appearance on “The Graham Norton Show” over the weekend.


Appearing alongside the host Norton and guest stars Hugh Grant and Sarah Millican, Momoa was asked if he could still speak the “Dothraki” tongue—a language specifically created for the HBO show.


“I’ve been known to, yeah, say a few things,” Momoa willingly responded.

In a deep but sensual voice reserved for his “Khaleesi,” the newlywed actor took Millican’s hands and uttered an unintelligible phrase directed “for the ladies.”

Grant was given the same courtesy as well, but his was served in an intimidating baritone voice, much to the delight of everyone on the set.

Momoa’s character, meanwhile, perished in the first season of “Game of Thrones” and was last seen in a brief cameo in season 2. /ra


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