Cast clash over Game of Thrones' controversial coffee cup calamity

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Bernie Caufield, executive producer of "Game of Thrones" told WNYC's All of It, "We're sorry!"

While Clutch and Clarke's encounter is hard not to enjoy, the mascot's spilt coffee is only the second most talked about Game of Thrones related coffee this week.

Now, it seems they could have their answer, as Emilia shared a snap with a near-identical cup in her hand.

By now you've seen the rogue coffee cup left in a scene of season 8 episode 4 of Game of Thrones. He said, "Great episode".

Clarke didn't directly admit to being responsible for the blunder, but the evidence points in her direction. And as the camera pans to an upset Daenerys, GoT viewers spotted an out-of-place, modern-day disposable cup sitting on a table right in front of her. Though she didn't explicitly say what would happen, she did state: "It f*cked me up". Turner said she received just one text from Nikolaj Coster-Waldau who plays Jamie Lannister, which read, "G$3 reat episode, is that a coffee cup?".

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Sophie was stunned when the host Jimmy Fallon dug out two photos of her holding the same cup while posing alongside Bella Ramsey.

The actress posted a photo on Instagram of herself wearing the same costume from the Feast of Winterfell scene and holding a beverage cup - while on set with Peter Dinklage and her former on-screen husband Jason Momoa! "Was that a coffee cup?'" "Was that a coffee cup?'"

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"Did I just stumble upon the truth here?!"

HBO has discreetly refreshed the latest scene of Game of Thrones to carefully expel an espresso mug that unintentionally advanced into a scene, setting the web ablaze with an apparently unending stream of images all the while.

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