Last week, when Emilia Clarke said she wanted to see more penis on Game of Thrones, what she really meant was, she wanted to see more penis on Game of Thrones.
Clarke clarified her position to Conan O'Brien when she appeared on his talk show last night.
"Okay, full disclosure, my mum really told me off for saying that," she said sheepishly, just before she reiterated that she really wanted to see more penis on Game of Thrones.
"I think there should be more equal nudity," she told the host. "There's plenty of female nudity, myself included, and I think there should be... some equal male nudity and female nudity."
And to that we say...
OH HELL YES.
Conan naively suspects she may be talking about male backsides, but lo, he is mistaken and must be schooled by his sidekick Andy Richter.
"She's talking about Game of BONES!" he shouts. DUH, Conan.
Indeed, Emilia means ween.
"Free the penis," she said, just to make sure we got it.
Emilia's not the only star who is bringing awareness to this grave injustice.
Last year, Kevin Bacon suggested, nay, demanded, that male members become more prominent on the big and small screens, and even recommended that GOT take the initiative.
"Game of Thrones, you got three sex scenes an episode. How hard would it be to just show one or two wieners every couple of minutes?" he queried.
Can't argue with that logic.
"This is an issue of gender equality. Let me be on the show, come on, I'll play a naked wizard or something," he insisted.
What do you say, GOT? You've likely got just one season left, so how about finally giving the viewers what they want - what they deserve.