Game of Thrones
Seven hells, they are laying the R+L=J allusions on thick in this episode.
My hunch is that Sansa is going to be savvy of the situation enough to discourage Ramsay from doing those things to her. Like, “If you lay a hand on me, your father will know.”
And so the day comes when Tommen and Margaery have their wedding, and Margaery officially becomes the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms.
Could Littlefigner and Brienne compromise? It doesn’t seem that would be in either of their characters.
At least Arya's pigeon slaying skills have improved. Intoning her list of names overnight and in the rain must have left her hungry and impatient.
But with Mance dead, there are a few storylines that show has apparently closed off for itself, or perhaps will have to arrange in some other manner.
“The Wars to Come” really is an episode about just how much things have changed in the show over the course of the last season.
These are the moments that made our heads reel with questions and sit on the edge of our seats, even though there may have been nothing but silence and looks exchanged between the characters.