HomeTagsCountdowns20 Soap Opera Characters Who Would Feel Right at Home on Game of Thrones Luke Kerr April 30, 2014 8 Comments Game of Thrones is one of the most buzzed about series on television. Filled with barbaric battles, epic betrayals, palace intrigue and romance it has all the drama a soap fan could ask for. Here's a crash course comparison of our favorite daytime soap characters and their Westeros equivalents. Love to Hate: King Joffrey Baratheon, Game of Thrones / Nick Fallon, Days of Our Lives Game of Thrones fans cheered Joffrey Baratheon's death, because of his countless evil deeds, and in no small part, Jack Gleeson's fantastic portrayal of the sadistic character. Though he isn't dead—not for a lack of trying on the parts of some Salem residents—the same can be said for Days of Our Lives' Nick Fallon. Blake Berris has masterfully developed the Horton legacy character into a multifaceted villain. While I sincerely hope Nick isn't poisoned, like Joffrey, I emphatically want him to pay, and pay dearly. Mother of Dragons: Daenerys 'Khaleesi' Targaryen, Game of Thrones / Sami Brady, Days of Our Lives Daenerys 'Khaleesi' Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) is the Mother of Dragons on Game of Thrones. She would do anything to protect her dragons and the people she's freed from slavery as her army grows. Days of Our Lives' Sami Brady (Alison Sweeney) may not have dragons hatching from eggs, but she can be one mother of a monster when those she loves are threatened. In Sunday's "Oathkeeper" episode of GoT, Khaleesi delivered one of the best quotes in four seasons. When advised, "Sometimes, it is better to answer injustice with mercy," her firm reply was, "I will answer injustice with justice." Sami Brady may not have an army of Unsullied, but when she feels injustice has been served, there is no one more dangerous to have on your side. 8 Responses sanka9 April 30, 2014 I’m just loving all of the GOT comparison. It’s about time that this site talked about Game of Throne. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. Loved the write-up on my Brooke. Little mistake Luke, Liesl Obrecht isn’t a GC resident I LMAO when you compared Fluke with the White Walkers and Nathan with Hodor. The only comparison that didn’t sit well with me was Brienne and Paul. She is more of a man than Paul will ever be with his water works. He is also a rapist. Log in to Reply SoapArmageddon April 30, 2014 Great comparisons! Although I’m a much bigger fan of the GoT books than I am of the TV series, I really enjoyed reading this. Log in to Reply fantasyfan May 1, 2014 Ummm…Abigail Deveraux is pregnant? Really? Is this an inadvertent slip or a mistake? The doctor told her she wasn’t. Log in to Reply Lzssyi May 1, 2014 Emma need to chat with Ciara(DOOL)she could really put things in prospective for her. Log in to Reply luverica May 1, 2014 Luke Kerr, I applaud you for this. You know you’re being shady with your Hodor and White Walker match-ups. ROTFLMAO!!! Log in to Reply jeremy in chicago May 1, 2014 This. Was. BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I spit up my tea at Hodor and White Walker. Dear LAWD. And yes, Abigail is OBVIOUSLY pregnant! Stefano clearly wants them to think she’s not so that he can reveal it at the wedding! Of course we are supposed to believe that Abigail will not notice she doesn’t get a period anymore… Only other conceivable options: - Stefano had Abigail’s fetus removed and he’s birthing the baby in some labratory (this IS Days, after all) - Stefano had Abigail impregnated with his own sperm. (Ewwwwwwww). Log in to Reply Patchworks May 1, 2014 I loved this article! I think the Starks are like the Quartermaines… for tragic reasons. Thank you, Luke. Log in to Reply Traysoblue May 2, 2014 A little off topic but Black Berris… so dreamy. I think the reason why DOOL and GH are up in key demo…. well a big help to why they are, is the cast of dreamy twink guys. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.