The Game of Thrones cast and producers knew that not everyone would be happy with how the saga ended but they probably didn’t expect the finale to go viral over another set design snafu. Remember the star of the episode “The Last of the Starks,” that lone coffee cup sitting in front of Emilia Clarke? well turns out there were more drink easter eggs to be found in this final HBO series season.

During the finale episode, fans set Twitter on fire after they spotted rogue plastic bottles sat at the feet of two different actors in the same scene. At this point, it appears the Game of Thrones set people made more mistakes than Tyrion Lannister.

Game of Thrones went viral again for more beverage mishaps

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The water bottles first appear at 46:19 on HBO Now and then reappear over the course of several minutes. Peeking out behind the foot of actor John Bradley who plays Samwell Tarly is the first bottle.

Looks like Samwell got thirsty while studying at the Citadel

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A fan was quick to spot out the beverage scandal 2.0

But as it turns out there wasn’t just one drink oversight

Another fan pointed out there was a second plastic bottle

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Which was sat behind Ser Davos’ chair, in-between him and Gendry.

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It seems the actors on this set are always in a battle against thirst

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Fans were shocked that the set people and editors had managed to make the same mistake again

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In response to the previous coffee cup error, HBO released the written statement, “The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake, Daenerys had ordered a herbal tea,” and edited the cup out of HBO Now and HBO Go, which we assume they will do with the water bottles. Executive producer Bernadette Caulfield took a more apologetic tone in her responses to the last of their funny fails and said she was shocked. “I can’t believe it,” she told WYNC. “Our on-set prop people and decorators are so on it one thousand percent. I just honestly can’t, I’m like, is that really? Because nowadays you can’t believe what you see because people can put things into a photo that really doesn’t exist. But I guess maybe it was there, I’m not sure. But, yeah. We’re sorry!”

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However, Caulfield also told NPR in an interview that these TV bloopers happen, and “if that’s the worst thing they’re finding, then we’re in good shape.” Still, fans had their opinions on such continuity errors and Game of Thrones bloopers.

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