As obnoxious as he may be, The High Sparrow may have a point. It’s not hard to argue that Margaery would seek out her family for the exact purpose of obtaining money, finery, and power.
Lord Baelish has the skill of manipulation perfected and the whole of Westeros around his… well.
He’s sore, but thankful, to his friends who avenged his death. There was even a dick joke!
There’s only so many episodes we can see her getting beaten with two different kinds of sticks, after all. May as well speed up the process.
Impetuous as any Stark child, Bran pushes back on why he should even want to return to the present: “So I can be a cripple again? So I can talk to an old man in a tree?”
Who knew the moment we’d all been theorizing for a full year would happen in the second episode?!
Is Jon really dead? Will his body twitch alive as Davos looks upon it? Did Jon’s spirit flee into the body of Ghost? Is Olly actually the devil incarnate? (Answers: Yes. No. No. FUCKING UGH YEAH HE IS.)
TWD’s second half of season six has two major problems to contend with: one it unintentionally created, and one it (definitely, awfully, terribly) deliberately created.