Amazing that Cersei has already got revenge for both of her kids murders in one episode. Obviously we were all expecting the Ellaria bit...though I was certain that with the repeated framing of The Mountain in multiple scenes that it was going to end with a skull crushing of the daughter (I was also wondering if he was going to rape her before murdering her, just to twist the knife in her heart a bit). I didn't see the kiss coming at all, and even when she started, it took me a second to figure it out. Brilliant on her part for figuring that out and sending it right back at them. Note that with the next scene going immediately to her kissing Jamie, I was like "uhhhhh, I hope you cleaned up really good". Even though we saw her wipe off her lips and then drink the antidote (which probably got on her lips) I was wondering if her "punishment" was going to be killing him by accident (then she's got noone to anchor her anymore). And with Qyburn's setup of how it could take days for death, I was wondering if Jamie still might die. But now that he's apparently gone all the way Highgarden (and possibly even Casterly Rock first), I think it's a pretty good bet he's in the clear. But then to also get Olenna in the same episode...incredible. When I saw the wine goblets on the table, I knew what was going to happen, but I was wondering how Cersei had figured out it was her (last we saw 2 episodes ago she was still blaming Tyrion). But then the amazing turnabout was that it was just coincidence, and they DIDN'T know Olenna had Joffrey killed. Amazing. Sorry to see Olenna go...she was a magnificent character. I like how even in death she gets that last laugh in on Cersei, who is now going to be furious but unable to give her a fitting punishment anymore. And then on the opposite end, the all-powerful Dany (who it looked like was going to just storm in and clean house across Westeros) suffers another crushing defeat. Another big chunk of her fleet destroyed (does Cersei need Euron anymore?). I really fear for her dragons now. She's going to get desperate and use them (despire everyone advising her not to), and I'm afraid she's going to lose at least one of them. Glad to see Jorah cured, though I'm not sure I was as confident as Sam about the "not contageous" part. And Sam's punishment I figure will lead to him finding something of vital importance in one of those decaying scrolls. Glad to see Sansa isn't immediately tanking everything in Jon's absense, though I wonder how well the "oh, we don't have enough grain? I know, everyone should send us all their grain and we'll 'promose' to give it back if they need it" bit will go over on everyone else.