If the beloved characters from ‘Two and a Half Men’ land up in the mysterious world of Westeros, what do you think would happen to them? Will they be able to survive? Which house would they belong to? Hmm, Let’s see.
‘Two and a Half Men’ continues to be one of the most loved comedy series, even after all the changes and controversies surrounding it.
- Which houses would the lead characters end up in?
- Will they be able to survive the world of GOT?
The sitcom has had a fantastically long and effective life-span and fans still like to binge through each and every scene. With 12 parts of new, clever, and satirical plot and characters, each viewer of this show positively has their favourite scenes (at least a few top choices).
Have you ever wondered which house these eccentric characters would wind up in if they were in the ‘Game of Thrones’?
Well, here is a special treat for the lifelong enthusiasts of both these fandoms—you no longer need to wonder. Here are the principle characters from your favourite comedy, arranged (after a lot of thought) into their ‘Game of Thrones’ houses:
Charlie aka Charlie Waffles (That’s right!)
Charlie would certainly end up in this rich and scheming house filled with tactical characters. With the gold lion as their symbol and the motto, “Hear me roar!”, this house is tied in with a vanquishing desire to be rich and to make it to the top. They’re the most extravagant family in Westeros, hands down.
“I am the God of Tits and Wine!” would definitely fit the personality of Charlie too.
He would, undoubtedly, give Tywin a run for his cash, sip Arber Gold with the guys, and would positively start up a really fascinating relationship with Cersei Lannister (Let’s hope he calls her back though!)
Walden Schmidt aka Sam Wilson
The personality of Walden is all about excellence and effortlessness with a tinge of simplicity. He is an obvious match for this house as the house is known for being incredibly smart, kind, and creative as well as minimalist.
Walden is independent and self-made, however, he’s still unimaginably modest and kind.
He’s about flowers, obviously, and would unquestionably embellish a blooming crown to fit into this house. Clearly, his brain would also prove to be useful if push came to shove!
Alan Harper aka Jeff Goodman
While Alan may be sitting with Lyndsey in a cheap restaurant with a coupon, he’s surely the Theon to her Yara.
However, Theon was able to rebuild and redeem himself at the end of the whole series. It’s difficult to say the same about Alan.
House Greyjoy rules over the Iron Islands, an unforgiving and harsh assortment of islands off the west bank of Westeros and Alan certainly belongs there!
Nobody appears to truly comprehend what his identity is or what on the planet he’s focusing on. But there is no denying his survival instincts and that he has ‘iron’ in his blood.
Jake Harper aka The Jokester
Jake would presumably be sitting and drinking brew with Herb at House Tully. He definitely isn’t the most intellectual or the most forward individual.
Additionally, he gets a kick from being part of the background scene with his food and a pocket full of weed. However, he’ll be there when he’s called for or needed.
He’s quite interesting, and is presumably best with a bow and arrow, no?
This character couldn’t succeed in the military or cook well-enough, but he’d do fine in this house.
Rose aka Mrs Manfred Quinn
Rose clearly cares about nothing other than prevailing upon Charlie Harper. She couldn’t care less about the complexities, complications, or babble. She just likes to have a ton of fun, gain what she merits, and stir the drama-pot with her sneaky schemes.
Rose would fit in well with Renly and Stannis, and would most likely lead this house to a really strange and sly triumph. At long last, she’d make even Robert proud of her.
Do you agree to these allocations? Where do you think these characters belong? Would they be able to survive the GOT universe? Tell us your views in the comment box below!