Fans say 'Game of Thrones' has another editing blunder but HBO explains error never made it to air

"Game of Thrones" nearly had another embarrassing editing blunder in its final season.

[Warning: Spoilers for Season 8, Episode 5 of "Game Of Thrones" ahead.]

Just as the Coffee Cup Gate was beginning to die down, fans thought they caught another snafu in Sunday's penultimate episode: Jaime Lannister's hand, which had been severed in Season 3, somehow grew back.

In Season 3 of the HBO hit, Jaime (played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) had his swording hand cut off by enemy soldiers when he defends Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) from being sexually assaulted.

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When Jaime reunites with his sister, Cersei (Lena Headey), she has a prosthetic hand made for him out of gold.

However, it's an actual flesh and blood hand that appeared in a promotional photo from Season 8, Episode 5, when Jaime reunites with Cersei once more.

Fans were quick to notice and mock the mishap online but HBO told Fox News on Monday that the error did not make it into the actual episode but only appeared in a promotional still.

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Last week, it was revealed that the network would edit out a coffee cup that was visible in the Celebration of Winterfell scene.

The so-called Starbucks snafu was initially blamed on Sophie Turner, but she says Emilia Clarke was the coffee-sipping culprit.