Arya getting revenge wouldn't make much sense since they butchered her stay at Harrenhal in season 2 anyway. The whole ordeal was basically reduced to her serving water to grampa Lannister. TV show viewers probably don't even remember that some guy took needle.
One thing I didn't like about the bear scene is that in the book, when Jaime goes back to save Brienne, it's the first time we see him caring about her. In the TV show, they are given 2 or 3 extra scenes that make it unlikely he would leave her behind with Locke in the first place. Also the fact that all the men present are Bolton's makes the whole thing a bit silly. Who's leading them? Locke or the guy escorting Jaime?
I thought this whole scene was Theon dreaming at first. I was disappointed to see Ramsay had ridiculously pretty girls doing his bidding and enjoying it. The scene would have worked better IMHO if the girls looked like they were forced to do this and showed signs of torture from being's Ramsay other "toys"
I gave it a 5. Really poor episode compared to the previous ones. I liked Ramsay Bolton and the scenes at the wall. Everything else was meh. Melisandre, Stannis' red priest, dressed in bright Red, crossed the Crownlands or the Trident during wartime with an escort of Stannis Baratheon's men? Tyrion blaming Joffrey instead of Cersei from the assassination attempt? Come on, he has never been so clueless. I guess Ros' death is a good thing though.
- We don't even know what George R.R. Martin has in mind for Gendry. Now the shows has taken a major departure from the source material. Will Martin change Gendry's story in his future books to fit what happens on the show?-