And delivered very well. For a split second you think Sansa is simply looking for backup from LF. And then we, and he, realizes that he's the accused.
Feeling like such an idiot. Believe it or not, I thought this was the final season in the series. Convinced I read it in several formats. So I kept thinking, no way will they be able to tie up all these plot lines in just 7 episodes. And of course, there was no way they could have. When we got to the final dragon attack on the Wall it finally sunk in. Oh man, and 2018 before we see another? Aaaargh.
Liked the episode, but much of it was predictable as cliff hangers. Which kind of makes that whole spoiler 'blackmail' kind of silly. There was nothing all that shocking.