Instagram photos featuring mugs of hot beverages are overdone. Instagram photos featuring mugs of hot beverages alongside leaked Game of Thrones scripts will get you followers. (Nerdy followers who can't stop talking about whether Jon Snow is still alive, but it's all the same for your stats.)
French actor Elie Haddad tweeted a (now deleted) photo of a cup of coffee next to a tablet opened to a watermarked script. In the original photo, the text is too small to make out, but if you think Internet fluent Game of Thrones fans can't do a little simple zooming and deciphering, you have not been reading the fan theories, which are probably more well-researched than your college papers. (Spoilers, or at least, presumed spoilers, obviously follow. So commit or leave.)
Thanks to some investigating by GoT fan site Watchers on the Wall and Mashable, we know that the script seems to be a scene featuring Dothrakis discussing Daenerys, aka Khaleesi (who it looked like they were about to capture at the end of last season).
Here is, approximately, their convo:
"I like her."
"She's paler than milk."
"I bet she gets nice and pink when you pinch her."
"I'd like to know what a Khaleesi tastes like."
"Good. You can suck my dick."
So it's men having a crude discussion about taking advantage of a woman? The investigative team probably could have guessed that without all the deciphering.
A fan also pointed out that a part of the page might say "Missandei," so it's possible (although also very highly not possible) that Daenerys's squad is there trying to save her.
It's kind of hard to make out any of the other words on the page, but maybe they say, "Jon Snow, who has warged into the body of his direwolf, is then resurrected by Melisandre and is therefore totally still alive. Repeat, Jon Snow is alive. He is alive AF. You were right, and you're very smart. Good job." There's no way of knowing.