Geezee wrote:But of course the revelation over who killed Joffrey - which was also delicious - meant that he really needed to live so it was no surprise to see him survive.
I'm really amazed at how good this series is. It's always been great, but to sustain this level of quality really is quite incredible.
Cersie claims she knows everything that goes on in Kings Landing, but couldn't find out who killed her own son while she was in the room?
I'm waning on this new series. They're cheapening it with the plot shortcuts: reach the dead army before they get to the wall, capture a dead guy, bring him back to Kings Landing as proof, all with time to spare. Silly plot-filler.