After the coffee cup controversy, Game Of Thrones creators have received a lot of flak when a shot was released where it was shown Jaime Lannister hugging his sister Cersei with both hands.
As the penultimate episode aired on Sunday night, it is now time to talk about the bloopers of the episode. As King's Landing was burning in fire and its terrified inhabitants fleeing for their lives, a mortally wounded Jaime Lannister appeared to have miraculously regrown his severed right hand. The die-hard fans of the TV series know Jaime for his swordplay and also the way he had to re-learn the entire art of sword fighting when he lost his right hand.
Jaime Lannister lost his right hand back in Season 3 and since then he has been seen wearing a fake hand of gold in all the other seasons. But, it also needs to be kept in mind that the image that is making rounds on the internet has not appeared in the original episode. From the moment Jaime and Cersei see each other, there's not even one glimpse of his 'normal' right hand. In the episode, his hand is still very much the same old gold hand he has worn since the third season.
His golden hand, in fact, is so golden that it can be seen shining from a distance when the Red Keep collapses around Jaime and Cersei. Now, the main question that comes is where did the unedited hand come from? So, every week, HBO releases a set of photographs just after 'Game of Thrones' airs, and in this case, they forgot to edit the Cersei and Jaime embrace picture and released it just like this. Even the set photographer said that the pictures that are released are taken before CGI is implemented. But, despite these clarifications, fans were not too happy.
Fans took it to Twitter to voice their displeasure. One person wrote, "For those who are defending D&D after this episode, explain to me why Jaime's hand grew back...THIS SEASON IS THE WORST EVER, IN EVERY WAY! NOW FUCK OFF". Another one wrote, "Pacing is all messed up. Completely ruined the show with 6 episodes instead of 10 as usual. Thanks allot #HBO for being cheap!!" A third one added, "Nearly ten year a character development ruined within 6 episodes, a character ruined pretty much per episode, total gas."