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Screening of Game of Thrones final episode at RZD Arena

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Nothing, presumably, works up a literal (and existential) thirst quite like wrapping up work on the final episode of one of the biggest TV shows of all time. To that end, there’s a hint of inevitability to the hidden water-related Game of Thrones series finale cameos spotted by particularly eagle-eyed viewers Sunday night.

Indeed, “The Iron Throne”—penned and directed by Thrones bosses David Benioff and D.B. Weiss—features some water bottle shenanigans starting around 46 minutes into the episode. One such bottle, which sadly does not appear to contain water of the sparkling variety, can be seen behind Samwell’s foot. A few moments later, another bottle is seen between Davos and Gendry.

Idiotically, some fans have placed the blame for this surprise modern water intake device cameo on the writers. So, um, for what it’s worth: Writers are not typically on set for a series, or any production, checking for left-behind water bottles and/or coffee cups.



Article Courtesy of Complex

First Picture Courtesy of ROBYN BECK and Getty Images

Second Picture Courtesy of Gavriil Grigorov and Getty Images

Video, Third and Fourth Picture, and First through Third Tweet Courtesy of Twitter and Complex

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