25 Game Of Thrones Mistakes That Slipped Through

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  • Published on:  5/18/2019
  • Game of Thrones is chock full of little mistakes that slipped into the show! Subscribe to our channel for more awesome videos: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-ScreenrantFor such a detailed show, Game of Thrones isn’t without its mistakes overlooked issues. Not just story-wise, where characters can seemingly travel insurmountable distances in days, hours, and minutes; entire fleets can transport from one side of the continent to the other; and humans can somehow survive against insurmountable odds when lead characters used to be killed in an instant. But, hey, that’s the world of Thrones. Westeros is a place where anything can and does usually happen, and that includes continuity errors and bloopers galore. So join ScreenRant as cull the seven kingdoms for these 25 mistakes that made it through the editing room and south of the wall undetected.Obviously, we’re going to dive deep into that coffee cup catastrophe, but that’s not the only infamous dinner disaster this side of the Red Wedding on our list. There’s also mismatched wigs and hairdos, an extra wearing jeans, a president’s likeness used in a tasteless fashion, an incorrect sigil used in an opening credits sequence, a charger visible under a dying king, an unplanned email notification, a rubber sword, a character’s inconsistent bathtub moment, an unsheathable weapon, a misnamed castle, a magic necklace and a mystical pot of gold. Plus, we’ll delve into Catelyn’s disappearing hand, Ramsay’s disappearing hounds, Brienne’s alternating height, Gilly’s ageless baby, Tommen’s jump in age, stone-punching zombies, Mounting-hunting hounds, and climate-changing capitals. And it’s all here, on ScreenRant. So mount your trusty steed, keep your eyes peeled and join us on this journey into HBO’s land that continuity forgot!Our Social Media:https://twitter.com/screenranthttps://www.facebook.com/ScreenRanthttps://plus.google.com/+ScreenRantOur Websitehttp://screenrant.com/
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  • andrew nelson 1 months ago

    hey so i can tell you with 100% certainty that that first extra is in costume, Winterfell peasant costume with a full wig. I can tell you this because i was that extra.

  • Janine Unrau 1 months ago

    andrew nelson yeah, I don't know why people are saying that is "modern" clothing... I mean technically all of the clothes on the show were made in modern times, but that was clearly a costume

  • darthbuzz 1 months ago

    Joh Diana Agreed! andrew nelson Thanks for being there, you made the show.

  • Darrel Gordon 1 months ago

    That extra is NOT in modern clothing ffs. It's clearly period dress.

  • andrew nelson 1 months ago

    yep you right it was me!

  • Aesthetic Soul 1 months ago

    People : Do you want to rule winterfell, Lord Bran? Nope. Three eyed Raven, remember?Later : Do you want to rule the six kingdom?Bran : Hold my wheelchair.

  • BobTheBox 1 months ago

    Grey Worm executing war prisoners, Jon goes ahead of him towards Dany. Jon walks up stairs and at the top, Grey Worm is standing

  • Kristina Silver 1 months ago

    Yes! I'm glad that bothered someone else too!

  • Annabelle Jouchoux 2 months ago

    The stark boys literally get a shave and haircut in the pilot because the King is coming to Winterfell...

  • Desi O'Connell 2 months ago

    And they only paid 2 bits

  • hindi music love 2 months ago

    The dead dragon burned the iced wall witch was very thick but when Jon was hiding behind a stone the flame of the same dragon didn't do anything to the stone.

  • Rrock Cj 1 months ago

    you said it yourself "ICED" wall. The stone wasn't iced

  • Jake Dela Cruz 1 months ago

    @Eden B Interesting and makes sense. I wonder if Viserion's strength were boosted when the Night King rode him as he destroys the wall. Also Vis was flying as he breaths "ice fire?" as oppose to when he was facing Jon.

  • Runamok 1 months ago

    Good grief, this could have been a 10 minute video without the twaddle.

  • Zach Morgan 6 days ago

    It could've been an hour and ten minutes if they went through all of the plot holes and inconsistencies

  • To be fair, the name of the channel is Screen /RANT/

  • Pepe Morales 1 months ago

    Who put the chains on the dead dragon under water, if the white walkers could not swim? Where did they find that massive steel chain?? Hmmm???

  • Jane Alice 1 months ago

    thank you! i was already wondering why noone was talking about this

  • ashshea86 2 months ago

    I was really bothered by the fact that the Crypt was so easy for Tyrion to walk through when he found Jaime and Cersei bodies, but whenever things came crashing down on them it looked like the whole room was destroyed

  • TheAmethyz 1 months ago

    @lakecityransom lets hope next spin off they are making is good too and hopefully many seasons. Atleast spinoff in next year or 2 years is about interesting time in westeros history

  • Edwardo Todd 1 months ago

    Marjeary scene? No phone notif anywhere. Nice try Screenrant.