Didn't anyone else feel the knight getting killed at the start of the episode and no one giving a crap was a little over the top? Sure accidents do happen but a knight's death shouldn't be greeted with general rounds of applause and cheers, take last season where Ser Hugh was killed and everyone was perhaps not permanently shocked, but at least momentarily phased. Here it seemed just like the most casual thing to ever happen. Not to mention the gratuitous amounts of blood seemed to come out of nowhere 'cos for that much blood he would've had to be literally splattered when he hit the ground already, which wasn't really the case. Scene seemed somewhat weird and pointless.
[No Spoilers] The Dead Knight
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