Have you seen the season premiere of Game of Thrones? If not, you're not alone, but don't fret! The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has your back.

In one of the late night talk show's segments on its April 27 episode, Fallon asked The Roots and Black Thought if they could give a one minute episode recap for those who have yet to watch the epic HBO drama and they did so in a really awesome way.

The Roots played a smooth tune as its MC, Black Thought rapped the more memorable parts of the episode which concerned the fates of its biggest characters: Jon Snow, Sansa and Arya Stark, Daenerys Targaryen, Cersei and Tyrion Lannister and, of course, the big twist at the end concerning the Red Woman herself, Melisandre.

The rap begins with retelling how the episode opened with Jon Snow who was left to die on the snow inside the grounds of Castle Black in season five and a mention of how Melisandre still thinks that he is alive. He also noted how it was Ser Alliser Thorne who took credit for Jon Snow's death and how the brotherhood of the Night's Watch disagreed with him.

Then the rap moves on to Theon Greyjoy and Sansa Stark on the run and how they were almost caught by Ramsay Bolton's men and hounds but managed to survive. Cersei Lannister who waited for Myrcella's return from Dorne was also mentioned but, according to Black Thought, "this chick was taken out by some poisonous lipstick."

Khaleesi being in the custody of the Dothraki was also included in the recap, as well as how Arya got in a fight with The Waif and was beaten as she begged for change in an alley. There was also that bit about Tyrion's act of kindness mixed with his broken Valyrian which Varys had to correct because Tyrion came across as someone trying to buy the beggar's baby to be turned into a snack.

Of course, it ended in the big reveal which we will let you discover yourself. Watch the video below.

The rap did leave out some other juicy scenes but, hey, for a one minute recap, this is awesome.

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