As a Sansa "stan" I really enjoyed this episode, I think Brienne's defense of Jamie was calculated to appeal to Sansa. That's why she starts off with, Jamie saving her from being raped, and as punishment, he lost his hand. It moved Sansa enough to get her to change her whole demeanor towards Jamie. How do people interpret Sansa's look after hearing Bran telling Jamie: "the things we do for love"?
There are three tiny Sansa moments I love. After Jamie's "trial" ends, Dany is the first to rise, and the other lords follow suit, but it isn't until Sansa walks out of the meeting, do the other lords begin to move around. Then, there is Sansa telling Lord Royce to keep the gates open as long as they can, because there are still people coming in from the countryside. Finally, there is Sansa and Theon sharing their last meal in the courtyard, amongst all the smallfolk.