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Jon Snow Impersonators Used Shampoo And Cereal To Impress Kit Harington

Jon Snow didn't know he was so replaceable.

Even the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch can admit when he's been gamed.

And Wednesday night (June 10), when Kit Harington paid a visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote the coming winter Season 5 finale for HBO's "Game of Thrones," he kind of got his rear handed to him by way of three very on-point Jon Snow impersonations. Seriously. These guys were good.

The trio of gents video-conferenced their impressions in from three different countries and used a cereal box, a real estate flyer, and a shampoo bottle respectively as mimicky monologue material.

Just like the zombie avalanche in Episode 8, the dudes straight blew him away. Right off the show's nifty little pop-up map from the intro.

The thwap-thwap-thwap of him-ness left Harington almost completely speechless, save for one compliment on the eyebrow game one of the impressionists unsheathed during his performance. And even that was kind of prodded out of him by Kimmel. Stunned.

Who knew there were so many Jon Snows lurking around outside of Westeros?

Even so, Harington was a good sport about all of it and took his turn to stand up as the real Jon Snow at the end and delivered his signature phrase the way only he can -- and he knows it.