And it wasn't long before the internet took out the time to make themselves heard.
Sansa knows that Lysa has killed and lied for Littlefinger, but when this news is combined with the damning scroll, Littlefinger could be in massive trouble. However, with Arya set to return to Winterfell, she is going to have an opportunity to observe Littlefinger's creepiness first hand. Photos from Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 4 include one of Sansa looking a bit confused or startled or taken back altogether. Ser Dontos - as in the drunken nobleman who Littlefinger enlisted to carry Sansa to his ship (and to safety) after Joffrey's death. Do you think Bran can still be trusted?
"He's just secretly got a grudge against Brienne he's never really expressed". We dearly hope that the eldest Stark daughter won't end up the same way as her mom!
That's not much of a surprise when you consider how much of a recluse the original three-eyed raven became. The girl who couldn't convince a single Northern family to fight with her instinctively understands how to get nearby Keeps to send her all their extra grain on the understanding that they'll get it back if it goes unused? Ice and Fire, finally brought together, as the Red Priestess Melisandre tells Varys the Spider in one of the series' most fan fiction-esque lines. You know, the ones that allow her to seemingly become anybody whenever she wants with zero repercussions. And why is Bran such a jerk to his sister? Game of Thrones needs to establish some rules to explain why it's not that easy. Was he hiding that spare face in his back pocket throughout all of Seasons 1 and 2? Only the ladder is real. The decision to remark on how beautiful she looked the night she was raped?
Everyone seemed to agree on one thing about the latest Game of Thrones episode - the dialogue and the acting was the best of the season so far, the show at its finest, apart from Bran Stark.
During the shoot for EW's cover story staging the Stark siblings' reunion, Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), and Isaac Hempstead-Wright (Bran Stark) pondered some of the toughest questions in the realm: Hug a man with greyscale or kiss Walder Frey? Bran's only goal, presumably, is seeing the Night's King and his kind eradicated and that makes Bran very, very dangerous. Bringing up Sansa's rape was certainly a strange thing to do and understandably left her reeling. There are a lot of possibilities to be found if they were to leave Winterfell. He also remarks the Iron Throne is a good fit for him because "he does have to sit down".