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The kids of the "Game of Thrones" cast don't think much of Harry Potter's wizardry and they're not afraid to say so.
In this edition of "Versus," TODAY.com pitted the Stark kids, played by Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner and Isaac Hempstead-Wright, against their peers in film and television, asking them to decide who would come out on top in these hypothetical match-ups. Some of their decisions may surprise you.
ROUND ONE: THE STARKS VS. KATNISS AND PEETA ("The Hunger Games")
Hempstead-Wright (Bran Stark): Well I'm disabled...
Williams (Arya Stark): No, I still think we can do it! Three against two. And I can also kind of do the bow and arrow. Think positive guys!
Hempstead-Wright: Oh, and I have (my direwolf), Summer!
Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark): I have nothing to offer.
WINNER: THE STARKS
ROUND TWO: THE STARKS VS. HARRY, RON AND HERMIONE ("Harry Potter")
Turner: Oh, Potter. Sorry, but they're so stupid. Come on, Harry finds all the loopholes, but he's not actually a good wizard.
Hempstead-Wright: Well, Hermione is good.
Williams: Yeah, but they have to resort to their magic. They can't just beat us one-on-one. So, we're saying Potter kids then?
Turner: I guess, but only because of Hermione...Whatever, Hermione.
WINNER: TEAM HARRY POTTER
ROUND THREE: THE STARKS VS. THE SIMPSONS — BART, LISA AND MAGGIE
Hempstead-Wright: I think we've got this one in the bag.
Turner: Yeah, we'd win that one. Well, I mean, they have Lisa...
Williams:They would probably win if it was like, a slagging argument, (Ed note: "slagging" is British for insults)but physically, I think we've got it down.
Hempstead-Wright: And they've only got two dimensions against our three.
WINNER: THE STARKS
FINAL SCORE: 2-1
Watch the video to find out what the Stark kids think gives them the upper hand.