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The Starbucks cup is seen at right, on the table in front of actress Emilia Clarke (Daenerys) during a scene from “Game of Thrones” on Sunday. (HBO screen grab)

Even the Mother of Dragons needs her coffee fix, apparently.

In a gaffe for the ages, HBO’s popular and nearly complete fantasy series “Game of Thrones” was being roasted following the discovery Sunday night that someone left what appears to be a Starbucks coffee cup in a scene that aired during episode four.

While celebrating the defeat of the Army of the Dead, those who managed to keep on living decided to keep on drinking during a feast and party at Winterfell. But while Tyrion and Jaime and The Hound and Brienne and Jon Snow and Tormund and others celebrated with wine, Daenerys appeared content to throw back a lattè.

The Seattle-based coffee giant couldn’t have wished for more premium product placement.

The offending cup shows up on the table in front of Dany, in the background of a shot in which Tormund is letting Jon Snow just how impressed he is with his fighting spirit. For her part, the would-be-queen of the Seven Kingdoms could use another shot or two in her Starbucks, because she begins to look a little glum.

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CNN pointed out on Monday, in pointing to CNBC, that each episode of “GoT,” in its eighth and final season, costs $15 million to produce. It doesn’t make much sense that in a show where CGI dragons swoop through the sky and breathe fire onto imaginary battles below, a coffee cup can’t be erased from plain sight.

The show was forced to respond, via Twitter, with a well-played GIF of Dany raising another cup.

But while there might not be trolls in Westeros, they certainly live on Twitter and they leapt at the chance to be heard:

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