It was alright, much better than last week's, but as far as I am concerned the show really hasn't recovered from the mess that was the previous season and doesn't look to be on track for it any time. Tossed out too much of GRRM's plot in the hopes of finishing the show quickly, and now they're scrambling to cobble something together that makes sense.
Disappointed Roose got done in so easily by Ramsay.
Why is the Karstark lord saying Rob executed his father? The reason old man Karstark was so hell bent on revenge was because he lost all his sons to the Lannisters.
Super special Tyrion does it again. I knew it wasn't going to happen, but a part of me was really hoping he'd end up borrowing a page from Quentyn's cook book.
UnGregor smooshing the peasant was funny but made no sense. Yara not knowing about the Kingsmoot was dumb, Jon's resurrection felt a bit too low key, would have liked some creepyness or off factor to it, but at least they didn't drag it out.
Worst of all Olly got to live after taking a swipe at the wildlings, would have loved to see the little shyte get his. But now that Jon's back he'll probably be forgiven in a stereotypical TV moment of goodness by Jon and they'll go on to be super best friends.