So There Was A Starbucks Cup Just Chilling In The Middle Of A Crucial 'Game Of Thrones' Scene Last Night

There was a lot going on in last night’s Game of Thrones episode, most of which has since been overshadowed by tweets surrounding its biggest mishap: a Starbucks cup in the middle of a crucial scene. Yes, while everyone is making a show of drinking as much wine as they possibly can, Dany is sipping on hers whilst in the presence of what looks to be a grande espresso drink.

While the show hasn’t confirmed the mistake, enough fans have zeroed in on the coffee chilling in the middle of the drunken aftermath that comes with winning the greatest war that it really doesn’t matter if it’s an actual Starbucks cup or not. A little past 17 minutes in, while Tormund is raining praise upon dear Jon, you can see this:

Lest you think that’s the best of all the tweets, let me assure you. There is more.

Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, the First of Her Name, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Protector of the Seven Kingdoms, the Mother of Dragons, the Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, the Unburnt, the Breaker of Chains, and Drinker of Pumpkin Spice pic.twitter.com/BOPdolRhXz

OH MY GOD, the showrunners were literally in the same scene as the Starbucks cup. pic.twitter.com/TS7wNPUCDf

I went back and looked at the scene and wow, this #GameofThrones Starbucks cup scene is even worse than I thought. pic.twitter.com/QdFeGSMykk

when you want to be ruler of the seven kingdoms but all anyone wants to talk about is the Starbucks cup you left on the table pic.twitter.com/MOOwXm08nw

Give me the oral history of the Starbucks cup in the frame!!!! pic.twitter.com/4CkFJXFQ91

In fact, at the time of this post, #StarbucksCup was trending worldwide with tens of thousands of tweets on the subject. That’ll surely be dwarfed by the now-more-pressing royal baby news, but if the GoT showrunners decide to make an announcement (like, has there been a Starbucks in Winterfell all allong??), that might change.

From: Delish

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