Fallon then showed Turner, 23, a photo that had been circulating on social media in the week following the latest Game of Thrones episode. "This is what it took not only to shoot ep5...but to watch it too!" she captioned the photo, including the hashtag "#soshockingitblewmywigoff". "I'm Joe Jonas, I'm a huge fan", Jonas says.
Daenerys' actions rubbed some viewers the wrong way. I mean, look who it's placed in front of. They rang the bell to signal their new allegiance, but Dany chose to attack the city anyways, flying serpentine over the streets of King's Landing and burning everyone in her path, even though just flying to Red Keep and executing Cersei would have been the easier (and more merciful) option.
Eagle-eyed "Game of Thrones" fans spotted an unlikely error. She burnt the Lhazareen maegi Mirri Maz Duur (Mia Soteriou) alive and nearly relished in her cries, then sentenced Xaro Xhoan Daxos (Nonso Anozie) and a Dothraki handmaiden named Doreah (Roxanne McKee) to die in a vault and didn't think twice.
"Emilia Clarke, she's the culprit!" So I am going to go with. She refused to let her army rest following the Battle of Winterfell, determined to fight on to King's Landing and take back what she sees as hers from Cersei. Who would have ever thought we would all be rooting for Sansa?
Even the show's executive producer, Bernie Caulfield, expressed disbelief that the cup made it on screen.
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. It seems like every episode ever since the third one has been controversial and the penultimate installment is no different. "He just wrote, 'Great episode".