Obviously, sexual chemistry is a lot more than showing up good looking.
Sansa wants Brienne out of the way.
The seventh season of fantasy TV drama Game of Thrones is hurtling to a close, and the burning question for fans right now is: "Who will inherit the Iron Throne?"
The world of Westeros may be fictional, but its origins are far from imaginary. "Medieval Britain has played an enormous impact on the series," creator George RR Martin once said.
What better way to determine the true ruler of the Seven Kingdoms than by using the rules that govern the British monarchy?
The new episodes have been written by creators Dan Gaster, Will Ing and Paul Powell. UKTV says: "Over the course of the new series, Brian will clash with orcs, lizardmen, psychopathic Fairies, hipster blood-suckers and worst of all, actors. He'll experience a terrifying trial by combat, come under attack from deadly stingbugs and celebrate the biggest day in the Munty calendar - the annual Pear Fair."
Louis Emerick will return as barman Herman, with Sharon Rooney as Barbara, Kenneth Collard as Steg and Paul Kaye as Howell.
Steve Coogan, who is an Executive Producer on the project through his production company Baby Cow, which makes the show alongside Black Dog Television, says: "I am delighted that UKTV has asked us to travel back to Munty for another six episodes of complete madness. The fantastic cast will return bringing to life the imaginatively funny scripts from the Black Dog boys. I'll be raising a large Rhubarb Seizure to celebrate!"
UKTV commissioner Richard Watsham adds: "After a brilliantly inventive and engrossing first run of three episodes we are delighted to be returning to the unique world of Munty for a full six-part series. Dave audiences immediately took to the extraordinary characters created by the fertile minds at Black Dog Television and Baby Cow, and we're very much looking forward to finding out how Brian's heroic quest to get home lands him in further trouble."