The Game of Thrones rage is all over the internet. Over the course of two years, the fan base has grown by large. Although we are not here to talk about the plot details or the character arcs, not any of that boring stuff.
After the Battle of Winterfell, everyone was relieved that the biggest problem seems to be gone but if this was not the final battle then what was? Everyone was curious to know what the finale would be like now if it wasn’t the Night King. So as soon as the episode aired on Monday, everyone was up watching it how things will unfold now.
However, in a hilarious chain of events, the aftermath and the fight with Cersie WAS NOT the biggest topic of discussion. It was instead… wait for it… a Starbucks cup left on the set next to Daenerys.
The episode opens up with the funeral of the fallen warriors and then it proceeds to a scene where a banquet is laid out for everyone to enjoy the victory and the defeat of the biggest threat.
When was the Starbucks cup spotted?
Well, this happens when Jon Snow is drinking and chatting and Dan glaces at him, all moody and distant, probably feeling threatened over her loss of power now that she knows who Jon really is. While she feels defeated realizing that none of her sacrifices will make her the hero she wants to be, we are assuming a Pumpkin Spice from Starbucks was keeping her nerves calm.
Some eagle-eyed viewers were quick to spot a Starbucks cup on the table among all the medieval props.
And so began the Twitter trolling like it always happens.
Another one joked about how Dany’s name would have been on the Starbucks cup: “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.”
So in case you were feeling like a failure lately, it’ll be good to know that despite having two years to make one season, dozens of production and post-production missed a Starbucks cup and this Twitter user rightfully agrees with us!
Felt like a failure today but then I saw that dozens of production and post-production crew failed to see that a Starbucks cup was left in a Game Of Thrones shot from their third to last episode ever & now I feel better.
— Mykie (@GlamandGore) May 6, 2019
One person even went so far as to imagine how her name would have been written on the Starbucks cup but we all know the wouldn’t have spelled it right.
Starbucks reached Winterfell before it came to Pakistan even, damn!