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In "The Last of the Starks," the most recent episode of the hit series, Arya Stark and Sandor "The Hound" Clegane began their journey down the Kingsroad.

Their destination?

King's Landing, where The Hound is likely to take on his zombified brother and Arya just might attempt to take down Cersei Lannister. Whether they'll survive is anyone's guess.

But seeing these two embark on another journey hearkens back to earlier seasons, when they traveled together and killed people together... you know, how friends do.

It's the buddy comedy we need!

Thanks to a new fan trailer from Lance Krall, we have an idea how a show like Arya and The Hound would look. Set to the tune of Jim Croce's "I Got A Name," the trailer shows Arya's charming evolution from the moment The Hound teaches Arya how to kill someone to the moment she kills someone herself.

Awww!

You can watch the trailer for Arya and The Hound below.

It's not like there isn't a market for this sort of thing...



...and Game of Thrones fans are eating up this trailer already.

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