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Sick of all the Game of Thrones teasing ahead of the premiere of its slightly-more-hyped-than-usual sixth season? Good news! There's more. Liam Cunningham, who plays Ser Davos on the allegedly well-paying series, stopped by Conan on Thursday to tease a possible tease of what just might be, in itself, a tease within a tease.

After joking that HBO had sent a sniper along with him in case he blabbed about a secret A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin told him years ago, Cunningham generously offered Conan O'Brien and his audience a glimpse at the new season."I'll tell you one thing, there ain't gonna be any spoilers in it," Cunningham insisted, though the actual scene does offer something tiny in the way of additional Jon Snow teases:

See that slightly blurred and pretty dead-seeming face at the bottom? That would appear to belong to Mr. Snow himself, which falls pretty firmly in line with what Kit Harington told Time Out London back in March about how dope it was to just be a corpse for once:

Harington: "Look, I'm not in the show any more. I'm definitely not in the new series."

Time Out: "So you didn't film any new scenes?"

Harington: "I filmed some scenes of me being dead – [jokily] it's some of my best work."

Will Game of Thrones Season 6 really contain some of Harington's best work, or will that honor continue to belong to 7 Days in Hell? HBO will start letting everyone find out on Apr. 24.