He might just have been showing her that even though she's now married to Tyrion he thinks like he can still mistreat her if he wants. I doubt he's even slightly interested in sex. I do doubt however that Tywin would tolerate Joffrey doing anything he threatened to do, and we all know Tywin is the real king, Joffrey just has the crown and the title.Loved Tyrion and Sansa's scenes. I'd be happy to marry Tyrion but when you look at the height difference between her and him, that can't be practical. Also the Joffrey scene was weird, out of the blue he's now sexually active? When did that happen.
Yeah, the build-up with the ravens in the weirwood tree was pretty cool. The dialogue between Sam and Gilly is pretty nice, but so many of the conversations between characters seem to be resolving around class differences (Sam/Gilly, Jon/Ygritte, Tyrion/Shae). At least Sam and Gilly's convos aren't quite as obnoxious as Jon and Ygritte's. Also, I don't know if they made it clear that Sam used the obsidian dagger to kill the White Walker because of the lack of a close-up shot, but maybe it was obvious enough since they've showed it before I guess.I liked Sam and Gilly's scene at the end. The walker was pretty scary
Yeah I have no idea what that was all about. Thankfully it didn't last long. Never thought I'd ever be so pleased to see leeches being introduced to a sex scene.the unnecessary sex scene between Gendry and Melisandre. Aside from that, this might have been my favourite episode of the this season.
In the book he had taken all his clothes off and told her to take hers off and was he quite into it though before deciding that he really wasn't though.He also made a whole speech about her maybe learning to trust him in time and that until then he would not share her bed. I was surprised they cut that little speech out, it would have been cool seeing Dinklage do it because it's not only him trying to convince Sansa that he's a good guy, but he's also a bit trying to convince himself that he is. Yes, I nitpick.