According to MarketWatch, an intentional product placement on a popular show like "Game of Thrones" would typically cost $250,000. Before Cersei ordered to kill her, Missandei had a parting word for Daenerys: "Dracarys". Fans are shocked, mortified, and tickled that a little coffee cup slipped through the cracks.
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Many fans couldn't believe a show with such a huge budget could make such a simple mistake. The coffee cup has since been digitally erased from the episode.
Throughout the show, Daenerys has faced constant hardships from powerful men, only to come out of it the other side an even more resilient and determined to fulfil her destiny. Tormund is singing the praises of Jon Snow as Daenerys looks on, but in one shot, a coffee cup appears on the table before her.
There was one dragon down on the third-to-last episode ever of Game of Thrones on Sunday, but the ratings for the HBO series were flying at a near high.
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The last and final season of Game of Thrones has a famously huge budget and took a famously long time to film/edit. The tweet read that the coffee giant is "surprised" Daenarys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) did not order a Dragon Drink.
We'd say someone on Thrones was about to get fired, but the show is done filming.
"I'm not saying Game Of Thrones was dark this week but I think Bran saw more than I did", said Matt Lucas on Twitter.
Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9/8c on HBO.
Ms Caulfield echoed a theme spread widely on Twitter, speculating that Westeros - the fictional continent where the action takes place - "was the first place to actually have Starbucks".