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'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' tune 'Peeno Noir' gets 'Game of Thrones' remix

"Peeno Noir," one of the stranger parts of the Netflix show "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," gets leaps and bounds better as a tribute to deadly faceless assassin Jaqen H'ghar.

"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" is a pretty great show from the folks at Netflix. But of all the funny, strange things that happens on the show, Titus Andromedon's song and music video "Peeno Noir" is definitely one of the weirdest.

The sketch comedy group Practical Folks released a remix of "Peeno Noir" to its YouTube channel on Friday, giving the song a much-needed "Game of Thrones" makeover. Instead of a song about a certain male body part, the remix is a fitting tribute to the badass assassin and faceless man Jaqen H'ghar, who is currently teaching Arya how to become no one in the House of Black and White on HBO's hit fantasy series.

The song, called "Jaqen H'ghar," naturally, focuses on Jaqen and his relationship with the youngest Stark girl throughout the show's five seasons. It's well worth a watch ahead of what should be an epic finale of the fifth season of on Sunday.