Curse you, modern beverage receptacles!
Just weeks after the now-infamous Starbucks coffee cup made its way into a medieval feast scene on "Game of Thrones," Sunday's series finale was befouled by another anachronism: this time, it was a plastic water bottle.
The error, which comes around the 46-minute mark, can be spotted behind the left boot of Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) as Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) brings Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) to the council in the dragon pit.
HBO did not immediately respond to USA TODAY's request for comment. It's likely that the water bottle will be edited out within the next day or so and resigned to the same digital dustbin as the coffee cup,
But fans still had time to get their licks in.
"A water bottle in King's Landing!" proclaimed @bethisloco.
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@jdwitherspoon would have been happier if the council had crowned the water bottle instead of Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright).
So much for Bran's all-seeing powers, wrote @bnifoc, who asked, "Are you trying to tell me the 3 eyed raven didn’t see this (expletive) coming? All hail Bran the Broken, first of his name, ruler of 6 of the 7 realms, 3 eyes, 2 wheels and 1 water bottle. May his reign be long and recyclable."
@Savanna39803740 defended the water bottle's inclusion, arguing, "Even the most important lords of the seven kingdoms need to stay hydrated."
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