Whether or not Tywin was involved in Joffrey's murder, he clearly took advantage of it to arrange Tyrion's departure from the family. And as icing on the cake, Jaime begged him to do something he was most likely already going to do anyway. And thus he was able to maneuver him into continuing the family line. Very clever Tywin. But not clever enough. For all the uncensored language on the show, Tyrion ended the episode with the biggest FU yet. Not only did he admit to wanting Joffrey dead, while still denying killing him (and therefore raising questions as to why he would do that unless he really was innocent), but he requested trial by combat knowing that Jaime would step in for him. So now, Tywin, either your precious boy dies or your other one walks. In other news, it was good getting an update on Theon, although I'm confused as to where they were. Did Yara find out they were heading for Moat Cailin instead of The Dreadfort or had Ramsey not left for that yet? It seems like Ramsey should have left for that by now, but if he was going to use Theon to help him take back Moat Cailin, then that means he hadn't yet taken it back. But if so, where was he? Some random fort controlled by a lesser lord of the North that was one of Bolton's bannermen? Some other random fort that Ramsey and his men took over by force?