The scene where Tommen jumps through the window reminded me of the scene in Dead Poet's Society where the actor takes off Puck's crown and sets it on the window sill. I knew what would then happen.
And, although I haven't yet had a chance to read through all of everyone else's comments, I've started rewatching and had a horrible thought. I am wondering if Cersi figured Tommen would be in attendance on the trial, so his being dead was a forgone conclusion to her? His having jumped out the window was just a different way for him to have gone. Understandably, he was running late, and FrankenMountain at that point held him back, but she may have only found out about his still being there from the person who'd been to his room previously. So, she planned on his being dead one way or the other... ?
I teared up with Davos confronting the Red Witch. His love for Shereen was more than evident even before. She had nothing to say to anything - nothing with any stick to it.
And I really didn't like the look between Sansa and Dickfinger. I don't think that bodes well for Jon.
Lady Mormont - you are one fierce, awesome being. I hope she doesn't die an ugly death on here.
FrankenMountain torturing the woman who'd taken such pleasure in meeting out 'justice' to Cersi is going to be ugly, but did anyone see what he might actually have been *doing* to her when she started to scream holy terrors? We couldn't figure it out. His arms, to us, didn't look like they were moving at all.
My husband and I are both feeling the timeline whiplash. I get that characters were being developed 'along the trail' in the beginning and I really enjoyed the relationships formed. Watching Brienne and Jaime, Bron and Tyrion, and the Hound and Arya was some of the most enjoyable storylines for me. And I get the action is having to move quicker because winter has FINALLY arrived, but damn... the Varys left, is now in Dorne, but wait, he's now on the ships with Dany and crew. Takes something from the enjoyment for us.
Really good episode over all and fancheered several times :-) It would be delicious to see Arya slake the life from Cersi, but I am wondering if Jaime's going to beat her to it.