I don't have the time for a long review, just a few brief thoughts.
|Slynt is having crush. He probably not alone.|
** I accidentally said, "Finally!" when she got out of the bath tub, but Lady Slynt didn't notice. Methinks she was goggling Daario Naharis herself.
Peter Dinklage was a great Tyrion in this episode as well, and Sophie Turner played Sansa to perfection; they got across the awkwardness of the wedding although I wish the wedding itself followed the book even closer. Tywin felt a little bit too soft in this episode, Cersei was perfect and as I've said before, she looks the part much more now than in the first season. Joffrey Baratheon, played by Jack Gleeson, was a highlight this episode. What a prick, eh. Still struggling with Margaery Tyrell, but too tired to become too bothered about her right now.
The Samwell scene was perfect right up until the moment I saw that it was the silly cartoon zombie-thing
All in all, I was entertained throughout the episode, I didn't really mind that the scenes were longer and the characters fewer (I missed Jaime, but found Jon's absence refreshing). My favorite scene was the first scene of the episode between Arya Stark and Sandor Clegane and what do you know- it was a scene that felt closer to the books than many other scenes.
Olenna trying to make sense of the marriage was funny too, come to think of it.