Another Modern Beverage Made Its Way Into 'Game of Thrones'
For the series finale, nonetheless.
As tens of millions of people tuned in around the world to watch “Game of Thrones” one last time, eagle-eyed viewers spotted another production error in the show just weeks after seeing a coffee cup.
A plastic water bottle at the feet of one character in the series finale had many up in arms. Some on Twitter joked that even medieval men need to stay hydrated, and others added it to the list of errors in the show's eighth season.
But as the cultural phenomenon came to a close, the series' brightest stars took to social media to thank fans.
"The mother of dragons chapter has taken up the whole of my adult life," wrote Emilia Clarke. "Dear kind magical fans, I owe you so much, thanks."
"Thank you for falling in love with these characters and supporting this show right though till the end. I'll miss this more than anything,” Sophie Turner said in a statement.
The morning after, the focus was on avoiding any spoilers for all those still waiting to watch the highly anticipated series finale.
The “Today” show's Dylan Dreyer even wore noise canceling headphones while her co-hosts discussed the show.
But apparently Meghan McCain of “The View" didn't get the memo, and she revealed the finale's biggest plot twist on air. Her co-hosts were none too pleased.
She took to Twitter after the show to apologize Monday morning.
Due to the dramatic conclusion to "Game of Thrones," over 27 million fans across America admitted they would either miss work, arrive late, work remotely or be less productive than usual on Monday, according to a Workforce Institute At Kronos/Harris Poll.
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