This time, it is not a "Starbucks" cup.
Warning: Spoilers Ahead.
This season of Game of Thrones remains cinematically impressive as seen in its delicate design of dragons, intricate warfare scenes and more. Yet just like any other show, it remains susceptible to mistakes, whom without careful observation, may have gone unnoticed. Last week's episode resulted in our reporting of a Starbucks cup mistakenly left behind by staff and standing nearby during a celebratory meal. Accordingly, this week's episode experienced another blunter.
Reports by the Daily Mail reveal that, despite witnessing the captivating blazing of King's Landings as part of the unforgiving wrath of the Dragon Queen, fans noted a much-too obvious editing error during a scene. Precisely, Jaime Lannister, who previously lost his hand at the battle and yielded a prototype for many seasons now, was shown with his missing hand in full. While the character and his right arm were separated since 2013 following a war tied to the falling of the Red Keep, it seems the latter regrown during Lannister's final embrace with his sister. Now, mistakes happen and we certainly would not let this distract us from the fact that the series is soon coming to an end. And as such, die-hard fans know to focus on the precipitative show's closing. Nevertheless, the blunder remains comical.