'Game of Thrones' Gets Roasted for Leaving a Plastic Water Bottle in a Shot Last Night

Guys, c'mon.

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  • Fans spotted several plastic water bottles behind characters' legs in the Game of Thrones series finale, and are roasting the show as a result.
  • This fail comes just weeks after the show accidentally included a coffee cup.

    Welp, they've done it again! You'd think the Game of Thrones powers that be would have taken a closer look at the show's final episode after that whole coffee cup saga from a few weeks ago, but apparently not! (Psst: details on that mess right this way, but in short—what appeared to be a coffee cup was including in front of Dany during a celebratory scene in Winterfell.)

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    Eagle-eyed fans noticed that Game of Thrones fully left a plastic water bottle in an important shot during the last episode of the series. And correct me if I'm wrong, but plastic water bottles definitely don't seem like the kinda thing you can find in Westeros.

    The shot in question comes right after Tyrion is walked out by Grey Worm for a chat with the new council, and you can see it pretty clearly behind Sam's leg. And naturally, fans are going in:

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    Oh, and apparently people spotted another bottle in the same scene:

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    Whatever, guys, EVERYONE'S JUST TRYING TO STAY HYDRATED. But, truly, you have to wonder what the hell the Game of Thrones creators were thinking giving everyone plastic water bottles to sip on during this scene. In fact it's so blatant it kinda feels like...trolling. Just putting it out there.

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