Game of Thrones, the supremely underrated family program featuring cute dragons and wholesome Andy Griffithisms, is often unfairly criticized for its subtle sexual references and its supposed reliance on each reference's ensuing controversy. "I'm sitting down to eat my casserole with my nuclear family," a concerned TV viewer might say to a Mike Huckabee or someone similar, "and I can't have this PG filth broadcasting in my home!"

Thankfully, Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) has a plan: go full British. "Sex scenes should be more subtle," Clarke tells the esteemed literary journal Daily Mail. "I'm British, so I cringe at that sort of thing anyway. I can't stand it." Clarke also considers the HBO juggernaut's affinity for self-censorship not quite decisive enough, suggesting a far more minimal approach to slightly more-than-PG topics for future seasons. "I don't want to have sex thrown in my face and I've always thought the suggestion is so much more titillating than the act itself. Most sex scenes you see in films or on TV are gratuitous and they're usually just to attract an audience."

This newly proposed ultra-family version of Game of Thrones is expected to debut soon probably never.