WATCH: Get Over Starbucks Coffee Cup, 'Game Of Thrones' Creates A New Blunder With A Plastic Water Bottle, Netizens React

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Twitterati fume after seeing another goof-up by Game of Thrones — a plastic water bottle.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

After the debacle of the coffee cup, which the network later erased from the show, fans noticed another gaffe in Game of Thrones — the plastic water bottle.

In the finale episode of 'Game of Thrones' released on May 20, in the council meeting scene, where all the Lords and Ladies of Westeros are seen, the plastic water bottle makes an appearance not once but quite a few times. You can spot one just behind Samwell Tarly’s foot in the photo below. Fans also spotted another water bottle just behind Ser Davos’ chair, in-between him and Gendry.

This triggered Game of Thrones fans who not only expressed their anger but also made fun of the blooper. Here are some reactions -

Coming back to the Starbucks coffee cup blunder, in a funny reaction to the coffee cup goof up on the fourth episode of the final season of its fantasy series "Game of Thrones", HBO said Daenerys Targaryen had ordered herbal tea, but was delivered a latte by mistake.  

"GoT" followers went crazy on the social media after watching "The Last of the Starks" after they spotted a misplaced takeaway cup placed on Daenerys' table in a scene when the heroes gather to celebrate their victory at the Battle of Winterfell. "The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. Daenerys had ordered an herbal tea," HBO stated in a press release issued to Variety. 

"Game of Thrones" art director Hauke Richter said it is not unusual for random items to end up misplaced on set, go unnoticed and appear in the final cuts. "Things can get forgotten on set. (The coffee cup error has been) so blown out of proportion (because) it has not happened with 'Thrones' so far," Richter said.



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