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Peter Dinklage And Leslie Jones Pretending To Be On "Naked And Afraid" Is Everything

Seriously, put these two on a show together.

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Peter Dinklage, star of Game of Thrones, hosted Saturday Night Live this past weekend, and one of his funniest skits was a parody of the survival show Naked and Afraid.

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The premise of the show, you ask? Folks have to see how they'd manage living in a forest for 21 days with very few resources.

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Dinklage arrived at his destination and was a little concerned about when the whole nudity thing would come into play.

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Next, his partner, Leslie Jones, showed up ready to go. She was completely naked and *very* enthusiastic about it.

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And things were off to a very awkward start, at least for Peter.

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The two were allowed to bring one survival item. Dinklage brought a firestarter kit and Jones decided to bring hot sauce, because even in the wild your food must be properly seasoned.

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Dinklage was not impressed.

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After that, things get a little heated, because you can't have a reality show without a little bit of ~drama~, right?

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Leslie was upset because Peter hadn't said anything nice about her body...

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...but he just wasn't feeling it. Surviving in the treacherous wild was probably the most important thing on his mind.

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Thankfully, after 21 days and many ups and downs, Peter and Leslie could give themselves a pat on the back for making it to the end of their journey.

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And by the end of it all, Dinklage even began to care about his combative wilderness partner.

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Dear Hollywood, please cast these two in a buddy cop comedy. Thanks.

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