Mindy Kaling Late Tweets "Game Of Thrones"

Warning: Slight spoilers for "Game of Thrones." If you, like Mindy Kaling, do not keep up with TV shows in a timely manner, you might want to skip reading this article.

Shout out to Mindy Kaling for rolling up to the "Game of Thrones" party 15 months late with Starbucks.

I'm not blaming her for falling behind or anything —she is probably busy being the showrunner and star and producer of "The Mindy Project."

She also does crazy things like write books and film movies and go to press events.

So, yeah, it's no wonder the 37-year-old comedian only just now caught up with her HBO Go queue.

Honestly, I'm kind of impressed she finished the show so quickly. You guys have seen how long those episodes are, right?

The point is, Mindy Kaling is now caught up on "Game of Thrones." And she doesn't care if you've moved on to "Westworld" and "Gilmore Girls" theories — she's going to talk about "Game of Thrones," dammit.

Luckily, being a well-liked and famous comedian, she did find people still willing to talk to her about the Iron Throne.


I have not yet seen "Manchester by the Sea," but according to Mindy, Casey Affleck is Cersei. So it's definitely going on my list.


Mindy's reaction to Rickon's death was pretty much all of our reactions to Rickon's death.


Poor Rickon. JK, I actually feel nothing toward him.

Luckily, she gave the right answer when asked who her favorite characters are. (Cersei and Daenerys, duh.)


Davos, Lyanna and Oberyn can come, too. And none for Jon Snow, bye!

Apparently Mindy was at Dartmouth College at the same time as "Game of Thrones" showrunner David Benioff.


You just can't keep those Dartmouth showrunners down.

Well, we're expecting to finally see a conclusion to "Game of Thrones" in 2018 — so we can all look forward to Mindy's thoughts on the finale in 2020.

Citations: Mindy Kaling finally watched 'Game of Thrones' and has so many thoughts about it (Mashable)