A Starbucks cup from out of the realm appeared to be sitting on the table.
As for what role, exactly, he had, former National Football League player-turned-radio host Pat McAfee claimed to catch a glimpse of Rodgers as a Lannister archer ahead of the battle for King's Landing. But one fan that was extremely happy with the episode was none other than Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
After the wild episode, which included absolute chaos and plenty of characters running for their lives, people were trying to identify where Rodgers' cameo came.
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Rodgers showed that he's more than just a talented signal caller, as he portrayed a Lannister soldier in one of the series' most momentous clashes.
Rodgers himself posted a behind the scenes pic on Instagram.
Speaking in a behind-the-scenes video feature, showrunner D.B. Weiss said Rodgers appears as a background actor in the assault on King's Landing. In a GoT extra interview, he explained he was "helping a woman who was injured, sat her down and then, the hell with her, I'm getting out of there". "Episode 5 should be good", he tweeted last month, giving a sly nod to his appearance.