TV and Movies·Updated on Apr 17, 2019. Posted on Apr 15, 2019Kit Harington Said One Of His Balls Got Trapped While Filming THAT Scene In The "Game Of Thrones" Season 8 Premiere"My right ball got trapped."by Farrah PennBuzzFeed Staff WriterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD!!!! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF HBO We all remember this iconic scene from the premiere episode of Game of Thrones Season 8 last night — the one where Jon Snow rode a freakin' dragon for the first time?!? View this post on Although *real* dragons aren't used in the making of these scenes, a giant mechanical bull–type machine is used in front of a green screen to make it look real. But the machines are ENORMOUS. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF HBO / Via youtube.com And kinda terrifying. See? Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF HBO / Via youtube.com Well, Kit revealed that when riding the enormous dragon contraption for his flying scene in Season 8's premiere, he had a very unfortunate accident. HBO One of his balls — specifically his right ball — became trapped as the machine was bucking him around. HBO Just look at the fear in his eyes as he retells it. HBO Because everything happened so fast, Kit went on to say that he didn't have time to say, "Stop." Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF HBO Kit basically thought, "This is the end for me." And, to be fair, it does seem like an ending that the writers WOULD write for a character in the Game of Thrones world. WE'VE SEEN WORSE. HBO Anyway, the camera crew filming Kit could not hold it together, which made him crack a smile about the whole traumatic endeavor. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF HBO You can watch the whole clip here! jolie @aegonsdaenerys what the FUCK i‘ll never be able to watch this scene again without thinking of this lmao #gameofthrones 02:49 PM - 15 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite Need more Game of Thrones before next week's episode? Check out all our Game of Thrones coverage.