"Game of Thrones" Bloopers: Starbucks coffee, time jumps and married castratiBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/game-of-thrones-bloopers-starbucks-coffee-time-jumps-and-married-castrati
The new season of the series "Game of Thrones" has already managed to please fans of the series with a funny nonsense. In episode 4 at 17:39 minutes, in the scene of the feast after the Battle of Winterfell, Daenerys can be seen in front of the world-familiar cup of coffee from Starbucks. In season 8, this is so far the only blunder discovered by the audience, but the last part of the TV epic was rich in them.
The biggest mistake made by the filmmakers in season 7 is a fake. The network has long been ironic about a white pickup truck that appeared in the background in one of the scenes, but, as it turned out, it was completely in vain. The mistake that pleased many turned out to be a throw-in made by one of the fans of the series on Reddit. You won't find a frame with a car in the movie, so it's taken from a documentary about the filming of "Game of Thrones".
But in season 7, there are enough inconsistencies without a pickup truck. For example, many viewers noticed the unusual slowness of the White Walkers, all 7 seasons moving to the Wall. Interestingly, during this time, many heroes managed to meet them, join the fight and even return.
This is not surprising, since the authors of the film make it possible for positive characters to "cheat", for example, to permeate time and space, contrary to the laws of physics and human logic. In the 6th episode of season 7, several characters were driven to a small island and desperately needed the help of Daenerys, who was very far away.
The guy sent to the Night Watch coped with his task incredibly quickly and the help literally teleported to where it was needed. In real life, Jon Snow, Tormund the Giant Death and the Dog would hardly have waited for help, dying at the hands of the undead or simply freezing.
The appearance of inventory
Caused the meticulous viewers irritation and inexplicable appearance of large-scale objects in the frame. The dragon, who died from a well-aimed shot from the spear of the King of the Night, is extracted from the wormwood by walkers with thick chains. Where they got them is an interesting question. Maybe they always carry it with them just in case, or bought it at the nearest hardware store?
Miracles of healing
For a long time, the audience was taught that there is no salvation from the Gray Ailment. Everyone who had the misfortune to catch this disease went to the Stone People, where they ended their earthly journey. But for some reason Jorah Mormont escaped this fate and became the only one who for many centuries was successfully cured, and in an uncomplicated way. Sam Tarly just stripped the gray scales from Jorah and he went on the mend. Of course, this method of healing had never occurred to anyone before.
Successes in shipbuilding
Euron Greyjoy, who did not even have a rowboat at the end of season 6, arrived in the first episode of part 7 to help Cersei with 1000 warships. Otherwise, you can't explain such rates of shipbuilding in the Middle Ages, which were not rich in technology, by magic. Judging by the chronology of the film, the creation of the fleet took place in no more than 4 months.
The best and... necessary survive
The huge number of deaths in Game of Thrones has long been a cause for jokes and memes. But, despite the fact that the heroes die in batches, this happens, to put it mildly, very selectively. In the 6th episode of season 7, out of 13 zombie hunters who went over the Wall, 8 extras and none of the 5 main actors died.
They especially cherish the once-animated Jon Snow, who is saved from death in the most wonderful ways. He does not sink, does not burn and does not freeze — of course, because the second resurrection will be even more stupid. Even when John is almost dead, surrounded by enemies, Benjin breaks through to him Stark heroically gives him the horse, himself remaining for certain death.
Theon and the Wonders of Medicine
It is known that seawater has many therapeutic properties. But what she definitely wasn't noticed in was helping with wound healing. But this does not bother Theon, who without the slightest doubt washes his wounds received in the battle with the inhabitants of the Iron Islands with salt water.
As it turned out, married fighters got into the army of the Immaculate, consisting of castrati. At least one warrior with a wedding ring on his ring finger in the frame was definitely noticed. It is not known for certain how the "married man" got into such an interesting company, or how he, being one of the Faultless, managed to get a wife.