Fans are livid at the sloppiness of editors who, for the second time, have failed to catch a plastic water bottle in the final edit.

I don’t really care as I’d probably miss it but like in those westerns where you’d see jet-trails or modern roads, I can understand their desire for authenticity.

What I can’t understand is why these snowflakes have to have a bottle to suck on every 10 minutes.

Come on! It’s not like there are no opportunities to hydrate on set. After all, there are dozens of actors on the set all the time. Where are they getting THEIR water?

These people are little pussies who have an overwhelming desire to suck on something all the time.

Fans of “Game of Thrones” spotted yet another gaffe during the highly anticipated series finale on Sunday.

In the last episode, titled “The Iron Throne,” viewers noticed a plastic water bottle behind the legs of one of the characters, Samwell Tarly, played by John Bradley.

The scene comes around the 46-minute mark of the episode.

The mistake followed another blunder earlier in the season, in which fans spotted a clearly out-of-place modern coffee cup on a table next to the character Daenerys Targaryen. HBO eventually admitted the blunder — saying it was a latte from the set’s craft services.

The HBO fantasy series ended Sunday night after eight seasons and six final episodes and now Westeros finally has a new leader: Brandon Stark.

As the series ended, Brandon called himself King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Six Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm. The North was declared its own kingdom per his sister Sansa Stark’s demand.

While technically Brandon did not sit upon the throne made of swords, as Daenerys Targaryen’s dragon melted it with his flames, he was nonetheless named ruler after Jon Snow murdered Daenerys following her fire-breathing dragon rampage through King’s Landing.

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1 Response to NOT MEANT AS A G-o-T POST BUT ……

  1. BobF says:

    You see those people with their water bottles all over. They can’t go into a store for five minutes without having their water bottle with them. It’s like they believe they’re going to dehydrate if they don’t have that drink every few minutes.

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