After the funeral for the dead, there is a feast at Winterfell. Gendry is recognized as a Baratheon and asks Arya to marry him. Brienne and Jaime have a love affair. Daenerys asks Jon to keep his roots secret, but he decides to tell Sansa and Arya. Daenerys, her dragons, and her fleet are ambushed by Euron's fleet and are defeated; Missandei is taken captive. Daenerys decides to go to King's Landing to ask Cersei to surrender, but Cersei makes a tragic decision.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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During the Winterfell feast scene, when Tormund is speaking about Jon riding Rhaegal, a modern paper coffee cup could be seen near Daenerys. The coffee cup received considerable news coverage and social media discourse, dubbed "CoffeeGate". Many news sources incorrectly stated it was a Starbucks cup, it was actually from the Belfast, Ireland coffee shop Paper Cup. HBO confirmed the next day on Twitter that it was an error, stating "The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. Daenerys had ordered an herbal tea." By Tuesday morning HBO updated their OnDemand and streaming platforms with a new version of the episode with the coffee cup digitally removed, and confirmed the new version would be used for future airings and home video releases. See more
During the feast scene at Winterfell, a modern paper coffee cup was visible in front of Daenerys. HBO released a new version of the episode two days later with the coffee cup painted out. See more
You know the first thing I learned in the North? I hate the fucking North.
The version that originally aired had a modern paper coffee cup visible in one of the scenes (see goofs). The scene was re-processed to digitally remove the cup (which was from a local independent coffee shop called 'Paper Cup' in Titanic Quarter, Belfast, near to the set), and only that version is now officially available. See more