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Game of Thrones is quite the epic tale, and if you’re not caught up on the series going into the eighth and final season… that would be a saga in itself to try to do so before April 14 (yes, two days from now).

Good thing we have late night host James Corden to step in. He took it upon himself to go through all seven seasons and break down the storyline for viewers in four minutes and 30 seconds. Oh, and it rhymes.

Even if you have seen the entire series, Corden going back through the key moments is a good refresher. Like mentioning when Khaleesi’s brother’s head was turned to gold (that was AHmazing). These were outstanding moments, but with it being quite a while since the start of the series in 2011, it’s easy to forget.

According to the website Bingeclock, it would take 2 days, 15 hours and 30 minutes to watch the series in its entirety. Bingeclock doesn’t provide the science behind their findings, but that sounds about right, give or take. The website UPROXX also did a summation, adding up the length of each episode, and we’re looking at 55 hours and 28 minutes.

If you skip the openers, you can shave off some time…

We can confidently say it would take days to watch seven seasons from start to finish. In other words, thanks, James Corden, for doing the legwork!!

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones premieres this coming Sunday, April 14, on HBO, right after Killing Eve at 8 p.m. ET on BBC America (wink.)

Did you find this rhyming recap helpful? 

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By Brigid Brown