One of Saturday Night Live’s sketches last night resurrected a few dead characters from Game of Thrones.

Jason Momoa, who hosted the episode, returned as Game of Throne’s Khal Drogo during a talk show parody titled “Khal Drogo’s Ghost Dojo,” where the show's deceased characters appear to talk with Drogo and host Kenan Thompson.

Beck Bennett shows up as Hodor and Pete Davidson parodies as the High Sparrow. Though the character isn’t dead, Heidi Gardner comes through as Brienne Of Tarth.

The GoT-themed talk show also includes fictitious sponsors like “Little Beard Twisties” for Drogo, an ad for the same venue where the Red Wedding took place, and an Elf on a Shelf parody titled “Khal On A Wall.”

Kate McKinnon also nails an impression of Joffrey Baratheon: “You’re just mad that you’re not me,” Joffrey says. She also references Danielle Bregoli’s viral catchphrase from the Dr. Phil show, “cash me outside” before fighting with Aidy Bryant’s Olenna Tyrell.

Momoa has moved on pretty well from Khal Drogo, who was one of Game of Thrones' first major casualties: He's the titular superhero in Aquaman. The early reactions to the film have been positive, which bodes well for the oft-maligned DC and for Momoa. The flick drops Dec. 21.