Betty White Ogles 'Game of Thrones' Alum Jason Momoa
The ever-youthful White gave the actor her bedroom eyes on 'Conan'

At 92 years young, Betty White is still in her flirting prime. On Tuesday night's episode of Conan, the impossibly charming veteran actress batted her eyes seductively at host Conan O'Brien and side-kick Andy Richter, but saved her most intense ogling for ripped Game of Thrones alum Jason Momoa in his hilarious interview segment. 

Q&A: Jason Momoa Follows 'The Red Road'

In the above clip, O'Brien flashes a recent cover of Men's Health featuring Momoa flexing next to the caption "Build Arms Like This!" The actor's physique clearly has an effect on White, who responds with a nearly breathless, "Whoa." When O'Brien asks if she's okay after witnessing Momoa's warrior build, she takes a minute to collect her thoughts and responds, "I'm getting better!"

While Momoa might be the manliest Conan in the room (He did play the title character in 2011's Conan the Barbarian), O'Brien proves he's still the funniest – showing off his own Men's Health cover, which features the caption "Get a Flat Butt!" ("You're funny, you're smart, you're rich, you've got a flat ass," says Momoa. "It's fine, man!")

White's interview segment is equally steamy: After O'Brien tells the actress he enjoyed her hand-squeeze greeting, she responds, "I'll touch whatever you want, sweetie." Elsewhere, she notes her affection for flirting – but also notes the dangers of PDA: "You're with a group, and you hold someone's eyes just a beat too long," she says, while gazing intimately at Richter.

Game of Thrones' fourth season is set to premiere April 6th on HBO. In the meantime, check out an epic 15-minute trailer, which features hints of conflicts and power plays from the cast and crew.

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