I liked this episode, specially because there were too many weak episodes in this season so I'm being condescending. However, I'm not entirely satisfact. Too many adaptations and things non-related or unreal to the books are pissing me off. About this episode: 1- We can comprehend Robert's bastard adaptation to screen, but why Melisandre needs his penis inside her? Just to tide him up in the bed? 2- In books, Cersei would never scold/theat Margaery so openly. The same goes to Tyrion, with his openly transgression against the king. 3- What kind of lame wedding was that? If I'm not sure, in the books it was a fine wedding, even so they were struggling on getting the king`s wedding much beautiful and memorable, in order to forget Tyrion`s. 4- The Tyrion`s whore bothers me A LOT. Now, we will have Tyrion`s motivation to kill his father and the whore just because she WAS JEALOUS OF HIM? She is a prostitute, and this is what whores do, period! Just stick with the book! This may have been the worst decision of the producers. Not wise at all. 5- The actor who plays Sam is very good. The scene (which I was expecting Coldhands) however wasn't good enough. Not enough drama with the couple and the baby nor scary, with the later sequence. All in all, we can't expect just the "greater stuff" in episodes 9 and 10, so we can give it a 10/10 and forgive episodes that didn't bring us any excitement.