Sophie Turner just put one of the world's biggest mysteries to rest: the coffee-cup gaffe of Game of Thrones season eight.
Don't know what I'm talking about? Let's back up for a second. If you watched this season of GoT, then you most likely remember how snoozy episode four was. To be fair, it had a lot to live up to, seeing as how it directly followed Arya Stark killing the Night King. All this dead air, though, probably explains why fans chose not to focus on the plot and instead on a rogue coffee cup that somehow made it into one of the scenes. Here it is to jog your memory:
And a few Twitter reactions to remind you of the sheer pandemonium it caused:
So how the hell did this happen? Game of Thrones is a detailed, big-budget production, so the fact that such an obvious mistake made it into a final episode cut is head-scratching. At first Turner blamed the incident on Emilia Clarke, joking to Jimmy Fallon, "Look who it's placed in front of. Emilia Clarke. She's the culprit."
But now Turner's changing her tune. She now posits that Kit Harington is the one responsible for Coffee Cup–gate. "I hear this every day of my life. This coffee-cup thing," Turner told Conan O'Brien in an interview on Conan Thursday night, June 6. "It's good to know the coffee cup got more press than the final season altogether. The coffee cup was where Kit's chair was. At first I blamed it on Emilia, but I don't think Emilia would do that. Kit is lazy, and I think he would've done that. It was in front of Kit's chair and then, obviously, he moved so this picture was taken and it looked like it was in my seat. But I wasn't there, either. It was Kit. It was 100 percent Kit."
Makes sense to us! For those who think Turner had something to do with it, though, she has a solid defense: She wore a corset on GoT and therefore didn't drink many liquids. "I either piss myself or I throw up," she explained. "So I just gotta not really take in anything. Kit doesn't wear a corset. It's Kit! And it's not Emilia [because] Emilia wears a corset too. It's 100 percent Kit."
Watch Turner explain this for yourself in the video, below:
Originally Appeared on Glamour