HBO removes Starbucks cup from GOT's fourth episode

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Emilia Clarke posted a photo of herself without her wig clutching a bottle of champagne.

Game of Thrones airs tonight on HBO at 9pm and is simulcast at 2am in the United Kingdom on Sky Atlantic. She made a weird face before answering and called it the "best season ever", which looked a bit forced and unnatural.

She later took to Instagram to address the "truth" behind the unexpected on-screen item. "Daenerys had ordered a herbal tea". And the feeling is to fucking kill her (Cersei). Clarke's character Daenerys Targaryen has one of the most dramatic storylines in the entire series.

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Meanwhile, production designer Hauke Richter told Variety that "things can get forgotten on set", and that the anachronistic coffee was getting "blown out of proportion [because] it has not happened with "Thrones" so far". "It's in that moment when she's on the walls of King's Landing, looking at that symbol of everything that was taken from her, when she makes the decision to make this personal". But once the chemicals in the bleach started destroying her hair, the natural brunette chopped it all off, and went back to wigs. It's tough to imagine the people of Westeros rallying behind Daenerys after she needlessly murdered thousands of people via dragon fire (and a bit of Wildfire, too) and decimated the country's capital.

"It's so natural for a person to resort to anger and that's exactly where she goes". Jones also added that Critical Mention, which is a media monitoring company, tallied 10,627 mentions of Starbucks and "Game of Thrones" on different media platforms like television, radio, and of course, social media. "It's like a nuclear bomb".

Also, the cup is not from Starbucks while it's from the production house but this mess up just got Starbucks a great marketing material without even asking for it.

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