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‘Game of Thrones’: Did you see Aaron Rodgers? If so, where?

Patrick Varine
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers posted an Instagram photo touting his cameo on the fifth episode of "Game of Thrones" final season.


Divisive as it was, there’s at least one thing we can all agree on: Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was in last night’s “Game of Thrones” episode, “The Bells.”

We remain, however, a house divided on where exactly he was.

Rodgers had teased his cameo participation, and confirmed it by posting a photo of him in costume on Instagram. He even said that part of his role was trying to help a woman off the ground before deciding to flee and save his own life instead.

But what scene was he in?

Plenty of fans claimed to have spotted him lined up among the Lannister archers. But the Instagram photo doesn’t really match the outfits those archers were wearing. It’s certainly possible that the Instagram photo is post-scorching, and that brilliant Lannister red has been burnt to a crisp and covered in ash and dust.

Others claimed they also spotted him running through an archway and being burned up by one of Dany’s many (many, many, MANY OHMIGOD SO MANY PASSES BURNING PEOPLE ALIVE) strafing runs through King’s Landing.

Do you have definitive proof? Let us know!

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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