The internet was set alight last week after eagle-eyed viewers noticed a takeaway coffee cup in a scene of season eight, episode four of "Game of Thrones", "The Last of the Starks". Who actually did it? A Starbucks cup from out of the realm appeared to be sitting on the table. For, those that don't, in the fourth episode of season 8 of the hit TV show Game of Thrones. Well, for the record Starbucks also serves herbal tea in those sort of cups which obviously HBO does not know about at all presumably.
So with this in mind she yelled "J'accuse!"
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Levying an accusation of her own, Turner said: "I'm gonna just go with, I mean look who it's placed in front of".
During the interview, host Jimmy Fallon said that he had a video question for Turner from a fan - who turned out to be her new husband, Joe Jonas! "He just wrote, 'Great episode. Was that a coffee cup?'".
Yes, yes it was Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. "Was that a coffee cup?'" The Daenerys Targaryen star went on to say she keeps her "head down" to try and blend in with the crowd.
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Meanwhile, at a basketball game somewhere across the pond. "If circumstances had been different, I don't think this side of Dany ever would come out: If Cersei hadn't betrayed her; if Cersei hadn't executed Missandei; if Jon hadn't told her the truth".
Turner wasn't the only one to blame Clarke.
As Bernie Caulfield, an official maker on Game of Thrones, remarked yesterday, these sort of missteps are uncommon for a demonstrate this huge, yet slip-ups do occur, and "on the off chance that that is the most noticeably awful thing they're discovering, at that point we're fit as a fiddle".
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