A few things....
Tywin and Cersei....You've both made a very big mistake in your treatment of Tyrion. Especially since he really and truly was the one who saved the city until Tywin showed up in the nick of time. He was the one who acted like a true son of Lannister that day and he's right. Jaime is Kingsguard, so he is the true heir to Casterly Rock and he roved it too during the Battle of Blackwater. However, Tywin can't see past what Tyrion is or see just who his son is.
To quote from Pretty Woman... "BIG Mistake. BIG. Huge!!!"
Anyone else think there were more cutlery out for use during the Royal Family's Supper than what was out on the table? Ohhhh....Watching Margary watch wits w/Cersei is going to be *fun*!!!
Loved the scene in the Orphanage and how Margary acted. Especially walking through what had been just thrown out of that bucket and her merely saying..."Oh, I have others." when her Handmaiden wanted to stop her from ruining the dress. Oh Natalie Dormer, I have missed seeing you and your excellence on my screen every week. So glad she's joined the GoT cast.
Learned a new way to cook fish tonight, didn't we?
Take one dragon, have it go into a dive into the ocean, grab a fish and then there you go!! BBQ Fish Fry Dragon Style!!
Sorry, but I couldn't help myself.
Regardless, that was a very cool scene and the Dragons have indeed grown.
Now here's the real question....Can Ser Barristan be truly trusted? We'll see, won't we?
Oh yes and Jon....Oh Jon, smart thinking on your part bringing up what you saw at Craster's as the reason why you wanted to join the Wildlings. Although, Mance has his number too. Jon really does want to be a hero, he's got that much right about Lord Snow.
ITA about Ciaran Hinds as Mance. Wonderful casting. Just as Charles Dance as Tywin. I may hate his character, but I adore the actor.
Only other things I can think of....The opening and seeing Winterfell as a smouldering ruin...