Go ahead and scoff ya basterds...you better hope you never have an unfortunate smelting accident because you won't even get a Sorry you lost yer pecker E-card from me.:fedup:
did it seem a little too easy for Theon's sister to want to go save him..."because he is your son", after all they went through?
I do, however, look forward to both her and Arya/Sandor, kicking some a$$ going forward.
The scene with Tywin/Tyrion was great once again. You get the feeling Twyin does have some underlying respect for his son's intelligence, even if always putting him down (no pun intended).
I think Aya(?), while tormenting Theon with that crazy Greyjoy sense of humor, still sees him as her brother. You get a better sense of that in the books. Also Balon basically wrote Theon off the minute he had to surrender him to the Starks. So no skin off his back there. The fact that his son can no longer further the bloodline...well, he has no purpose.
Well I expect a nice battle between Theon's sister and his captor....with her killing him violently..
I am eagerly awaiting the inevitable confrontation of the two forces of fire: Daenerys, her vastly growing army and her dragons vs. Melisandre et al and their fire god.
Also seemingly inevitable is the reuniting of Jon Snow and Ygritte and the consolidation of the many powers in the North to meet the immediate threat of the White Walkers.
Next season is gonna be the start of the playoffs in this series.
Read a review earlier where the guy(who hadn't read the books) said that he felt the War of the Kings was essentially a preface to the REAL story. He might have something there.