Dany appeared to have ordered herself something from the newly opened Stark-bucks.
A dragon was killed, Missandei beheaded, Ghost abandoned, Daenerys finally reached King's Landing... but all anybody could talk about was a cup of coffee.
"Game Of Thrones" made a very rare slip up on Sunday night when eagle-eyed fans spotted a Starbucks cup left in a scene.
As the survivors of the Battle of Winterfell drunkenly celebrated, the camera cut to a somber Daenerys... who appeared to have ordered herself something from the newly opened Stark-bucks.
While many assumed the Mother of Dragons was worried about the popularity of her nephew and true heir Jon Snow AKA Aegon Targaryen, her quiet demeanor may have merely been a case of sobriety at a raging party.
Of course Twitter was as merciless as Cersei Lannister as they poked fun at the usually flawless HBO show.
Many wondered how the baristas managed to fit "Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons" on the side of her order.
"Starbucks is everywhere. It would be unrealistic if there WASN'T a Starbucks in Westeros,' another pointed out.
Many were stunned by the oversight, especially since this final shortened season was two years in the making.
Others, unhappy with some of the plot developments in the latest episode, tied the "laziness" to the writing.
While the accidental prop may not have even been from the coffee mega-chain, "Starbucks Cup" was a top trending topic on Twitter for hours after the episode aired.
See some of the best reactions below...
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With all the tweets about the Starbucks cup in the GoT scene, I decided to look throughout history and see if I could see Starbucks cups at some key points in time. I found cups at the murder of Julius Cesar, the birth of Christ, the inquisition, and signing of the declaration pic.twitter.com/G7RRfhx2Lb— Darren (@DarrenC347) May 6, 2019
There’s a perfectly cromulent reason for that Starbucks cup. pic.twitter.com/9ly5h3GIjJ— Anthony Breznican (@Breznican) May 6, 2019
Starbucks is everywhere. It would be unrealistic if there WASN'T a Starbucks in Westeros.— Tristan (@T_Lockhart) May 6, 2019
She likes her coffee like her dragons- hot and black.— Tim (@porter_tim) May 6, 2019