Bill Simmons Makes Plea to HBO to Return 'Game of Thrones' Character's Manhood

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"I feel like a pee-heading is way worse than a beheading."

Bill Simmons made a plea to HBO and Game of Thrones on his new talk show on Wednesday night to fix a character's severed manhood.

Simmons ended his second show, Any Given Wednesday, also on HBO, with a short segment on the recent season conclusion of the fantasy drama. 

Simmons, a big fan of Thrones, first talked about the three levels of fandom, in his eyes, for the wildly popular show — over-the top maniacs, those obsessed with the show only and the simpletons, which is where Simmons says he fits — before talking about poor Theon Greyjoy.

"You can bring people back to life on this show — give this dude his dick back," said Simmons. "I feel like a pee-heading is way worse than a beheading." 

The Greyjoy character, played by Alfie Allen, had his manhood cut off by the devious Ramsay Bolton in one of the more disturbing moments of the already intense series.

"Poor Theon got his dick chopped off three season ago, and I still can't get over it," said Simmons. "No show has ever made men appreciate their penises more."