Also, and this is no small thing:
The wounded venom Tyrion and Cersei spat at each other was an invigorating reminder that this show is rarely better than when these two characters share a scene.
She stands just over five feet tall and never wears undergarments.
That doesn't mean he's a bad leader, though.
His entire claim to the throne rests on the illegitimacy of yours.
He inspires enough trust in her that she chooses to divulge a secret of her own, her real identity.
Jaime then goes on to him believing that Sansa had something to do with the murder, but Tyrion is again adamant that Sansa is innocent.
Did we need to see that torture to believe Theon's transformation?