Yes, There's a 'Game of Thrones' World in the 'Westworld' Universe

Ever wish that you could snuggle up to a direwolf? Or stop by one of Littlefinger's, ahem, "establishments"? Or that you could attend a Westerosi wedding (preferably one that doesn't end in mass murder)? Well, if you were a character in Westworld, you'd be able to. (Obviously, you'd also be able to if you were a character in Game of Thrones, but that goes without saying.)

Sunday's episode of Westworld, dubbed "The Winter Line," features The Cameo That Was Promised—a special appearance by GoT showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. As previously reported, the star creatives play a pair of technicians working at Delos. What we didn't know before, though, was that their characters are technicians working for a GoT-themed park.

About 40 minutes into the episode, Jeffrey Wright's Bernard Lowe and Luke Hemsworth's Ashley Stubbs are wandering through a Delos facility and end up in the behind-the-scenes area for what Bernard calls "Park Four." Then the camera pans across a workshop featuring Benioff and Weiss' characters, decked out in the usual technician gear—smocks and rubber boots—and making chitchat about "some startup in Costa Rica." According to Stubbs, all the Delos parks are shut down following the slaughter and mayhem that dominated season 2 of Westworld, and the techs are just waiting around to see if they're eventually laid off—which might explain why Weiss' tech is so eager to get involved in another business venture.

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In the 'Westworld' universe, there's a 'Game of Thrones'-themed park—so visitors would presumably be able to raise a glass at Winterfell, along with their favorite 'GoT' characters. Helen Sloan/HBO

Even though they look to be just killing time, Weiss' guy still has some work to do, like take a buzz saw to the giant dragon that's sharing the room with them.

We get to see a little bit more of what "Park Four" has to offer as Stubbs and Bernard wander around: armor and sharp weapons, dusty-looking books, Renaissance Faire-looking musicians. All standard GoT stuff.

Now, it's possible that this is all just part of some generic "Fantasyworld" and not explicitly related to GoT, but that would take the fun out of this post, so let's read into the presence of Benioff and Weiss. As far as we're concerned, it's a GoT park (Thronesworld?), and patrons are presumably able to cuddle with direwolves, fulfill all of their hedonistic desires under Petyr Baelish's creepy and watchful eye, and get sloshed at a candlelit wedding.

And now we can add "Park Four" to the list of known Delos destination parks, along with Westworld (natch), Shōgunworld, The Raj and the World War II-themed Warworld, which also makes its proper debut in Sunday's episode.

What we're really curious about, though, is if there are Delos parks for every HBO series. Is there a park somewhere that lets you sit outside Satriale's Pork Store with a sun reflector? Or one that lets you crash a funeral at Fisher & Sons? What about an Arliss-world? Here's hoping that Westworld's not-terrible third season delivers some more HBO synergy.