Dedicated Game of Thrones fans do a lot of amazing things. Sometimes they fight off burglars with spears. Sometimes they display remarkable prescience about all things Hodor. In Nevada, they (soon enough) will be able to bring the series to life at the notorious Bunny Ranch brothel. Don't worry—it's all legal.
"Every Sunday, I invite the girls to my house for a Game Of Thrones watching party, and the storylines often end up carrying over into our bedroom activities," Dennis Hof, owner of the Bunny Ranch and star of HBO's Cathouse, told Uproxx. "We enjoy having our own afterparty, and I want to share that experience with the clients of my brothels who also happen to be fans of the show."
Though the Carson City brothel's Thrones-inspired activities will likely not include full-blown resurrections of any kind, the paid experience does offer visitors the chance to embark on their own Cersei-style walk of shame before hitting the "fully-stocked" BDSM dungeon. According to Hof, portions of the experience will take place outdoors and just might be witnessed by passing cars, which definitely sounds interesting.
Hof's empire, which also includes Alien Cathouse and the notorious Love Ranch, is no stranger to crafting top-shelf headline material. In April, Hof announced he was "formally considering" placing a bid to purchase the Playboy Mansion to convert it into his Hollywood headquarters.
"There is so much talent in the LA area, and many of the kind of girls that we are looking for are already associated with the Playboy brand," Hof said in a press release at the time. "In fact, over the years we have had numerous Playboy centerfolds come to work at The Bunny Ranch. This will just make it easier for them to get in touch with me."
The Bunny Ranch did not immediately respond to Complex's request for comment.