Sam and Gilly... oh my. Not that we couldn't see that coming. But Sam really was brave in the earlier part of that sequence -- he was prepared to die to defend her -- and now we know where Ghost is as well. I honestly hope nothing happens to them; they are the one small gleam of light in the show sometimes.
Stannis Is Conflicted. Which is good. And we saw that coming too. But I have no idea what he will decide. It's a great dilemma: Loyalty to his daughter, or loyalty to Westeros.
"Tyrion Lannister, I presume?" Well, that connection has been fast-tracked. I'm not sure how Jorah will fare, but Tyrion at least has a chance.
Looks like it wasn't Bronn's time to go. Another bit of relief I was happy to witness. (and saved by his song, not his sword this time.)
Sansa -- those bruises.
But too soon: Theon wasn't ready. It's the approach Sansa would have taken, but I had suspected it would fail. Still, now Sansa managed to swipe something, maybe she'll have to rely on herself to get out.
You go, Margaery! I'm glad she called Cersei out, even if it was meaningless.
Lady Olenna is getting more frustrated with everything. It was a great scene between her and the High Sparrow. And I guess Baelish might have been involved in that little bit...? Or Baelish -> Olenna -> etc?
I feel bad for Tommen. He actually might have made (and could make) a decent king, if he had the proper tutelage. His heart is in the right place, and he is already grappling with the futility of power. But... he's likely damned because of his family name. The only protection he does have right now is that he is pretty much innocent and can't be charged by anything by the Sparrow.
And the last five minutes: karma <-- bitch, isn't it, Cersie? Hilarious. I've been waiting for all that to bite her in the ass. She's far more damned than Loras or Margaery even would be, which is the most ironic part. How could she have been so stupid to give so much power to a man who honestly has no biases? Maybe that is where Cersei went wrong: The sect is harsh in doling out judgment, but the Sparrow's heart is quite sincere in that no one is favored or excluded, and Cersei has always assumed that she would in some way be shown favor. Now her power means nothing.