A Blooper In 'The Mandalorian' Is Going Viral After Fans Notice Mistake

If you thought Disney's The Mandalorian had nothing in common with Game of Thrones, think again.

The Star Wars show, featuring the ever-adorable baby Yoda, just pulled a similar blooper to the one the hit HBO show made in its last (highly-criticized) season.

And are fans willing to let this go? Not a chance — not even for baby Yoda. Here, come learn what the mistake the show pulled was, plus see all the hilarious reactions.

Who would have thought we would have already been here? *The Mandalorian* hasn't been on that long, and we have already found a mistake on the show.

Obviously, it's completely impossible for a show to be 100% perfect all the time.

Every show eventually becomes a victim of mistakes, plot holes, and so much more. I mean, we all remember what happened on Game of Thrones, right?

The last season of HBO's *Game of Thrones* was a doozy, to say the least.

It may have done a lot of triggering things, like killing off characters fans love and not showing us enough of Jon Snow's abs.

But one of the most unforgivable parts was when a coffee cup was left in one of the show's scenes!

Since the cup (aka the smoking gun) was near actress Emilia Clark (Daenerys) in the shot, fans blamed her for simply needing that cup of Joe.

But the actress wasn't about to take the fall.

While on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, she revealed the (coffee) beans: it was actually Conleth Hill (Lord Varys) who left the cup.

“We had like a party before the Emmys recently, and Conleth Hill, who plays Varys, who’s sitting next to me in that scene," Clarke told Fallon.


"He pulls me aside and he’s like, ‘Emilia, I’ve got to tell you something. I’ve got to tell you something, love. The coffee cup was mine!’ It was his! It was Conleth’s coffee cup. He said so!”

There is a very good chance that this is why his character was burned alive by her character...

Since the last season of the hit HBO show was classified as "rushed" and "sloppy," it's not surprising that the coffee cup wasn't the only mistake.

There was also a water bottle in King's Landing!

The Oscar-nominated movie *Little Women* had a similar blunder.

In this scene with Timothée Chalamet, who played Laurie, a Hydroflask water bottle was spotted. We don't think they had fancy water bottles back in the 1800s...

We wish that was it as far as water bottles and Hollywood goes, but the saga continues...

This time, a major blooper was found in Disney's *The Mandalorian*.

But let me tell you, it was so small (but still so funny) that a lot of people didn't notice at first!

Thankfully, that's why we will always be here to point these hilarious inconsistencies out to people.

ALSO, just keep in mind, we aren't dissing the show, we're simply joining in on the fun jokes that Twitter is having a blast with.

And honestly, for the most part, The Mandalorian is a pretty perfect show.

And we're sure that it will continue to be one of the best sci-fi/fantasy shows out there for a long time. But now...time for the mistake.

In the series' season two episode, "The Siege," there was something quite odd in the background when Mando (Pedro Pascal) fought alongside Greef Karga (Carl Weathers) and Cara Dune (Gina Carano).

And thankfully, once the internet realized what it was, they turned it into a top-notch meme.

We expected nothing less.

And nope, it wasn't baby Yoda being adorable as per usual. It was a guy in jeans and a t-shirt!

If you look to your left behind Weathers, you'll spy the crew member in normal clothes, clear as day.

With a blunder as big as this, obviously, people took to Twitter to bless the internet with hilarious jokes and memes.

Right away, the blooper was likened to the *Game of Thrones* mishaps.

One person even had a theory that involved Keanu Reeves.

"My theory is the character wearing jeans in The Mandalorian is the same guy who left that Starbucks cup on Game of Thrones, and it's actually Keanu Reeves," they wrote.

We could see it!

Another joked that the man in jeans and t-shirt was simply an off-duty Stormtrooper.

With those white hard suits looking so uncomfortable, it makes perfect sense why a Stormtrooper would lounge in some comfy clothes.

Fans were even joking that the jeans and t-shirt guy is bound to be popular in the cosplay world.

I mean, it would be the easiest costume, *ever*.

Since it's the internet, fans have started to come up with a backstory for this unexpected character.

"We need to name him Scott Fett or something and make him a legend in cosplay and canon," one fan tweeted, getting the ball rolling.

Since denim is clearly Scott's thing, this fan wrote that he needs a denim helmet. "I will accept nothing less," she wrote.

Amen, sister.

There were also hilarious theories about our pal, Scott. "He thought the fight would be over Zoom due to Covid so he was dressed casually," this fan wrote.

With the next episode of The Mandorian released on November 27, we can't wait to see what Scott gets up to next!

So now that you've seen the mistake and you've seen some of the internet's best comments, we want to hear from you.

Let us know down in the comment section your favorite jokes and memes that have come out of this mistake from The Mandalorian!

We would love to hear from you!