I loved it, and they were certainly dropping hints since S1.
We first See Dani walk into scalding water, her maid is thinking what any normal person would:
You're going to burn yourself, what normal person does that.
Next is the dragon eggs, she's in a trance state ( maybe voices , maybe Bran) she grabs for the egg, aide 2 try's to stop her she and many of us would think, girl you're gonna be sorry, except she doesn't burn, now we are starting to think, hmmm maybe something to this girl.
S1-6 She watches her Brother burn, no emotions ice cold.
But now we get the pyre scene S1-10 followers and Jorah's are thinking, she's depressed, flipped her lid he or they weren't around to see first 2 incidents. We on the other hand are starting to say well maybe there's something to this girl, end of S1.
Then we see her amass armies, children are hung on crosses, she reply's the same to the masters. The masters she put in front of her two dragons no proof it's a fear tactic and a brutal one.
As the series progress she vacillates between humanity and brutality; Cersei pushed her over the edge with Missandei and her paranoia about Jon, and no love from the people of Westeros. Once she saw them surrender I think she basically said fuck it, and GW did too.
I liked the Hound and Arya scene, if Arya is wise, she settle down or just explore the world, stay out of fights. The look on her face was all those words GRRM wrote in her chapters on the horror of war.
Cersei's death a bit too sentimental for me and yeah he chose his sister over Brienne.
I did not think the way Sandor went out was lame like I saw people on reddit yelled about, the only way his brother would die was by fire.
Fuck Quyburn !
Tyrion, betrayed Varys as I thought, next week I think Dani will go after Sansa or other parts of the realm to make them kneel, and Jon will have to make a decision, and Arya's look was anger.