Naednek, your reasons didn't go ignored--there simply wasn't much for me to respond with. The process was that spoilers past the currently-aired episode would be spoilered, while discussion of stuff that has aired and didn't involve future events would not. I was happy with that, you were not.
Since there are several that have chimed in that they'd prefer a more nuanced spoiler process, I'm going to try to mark my spoiler scope a little better going forward since it seems to be a popular request.
I just re-watched ep 12 with the interactive stuff turned on. Again I think the interactive features are indispensable for folks who haven't read the books. Little explanations for things like who Salladhor Saan is, maps of where locations that were mentioned are (Eastwatch-by-the-Sea, for example). Also some nice videos on Pyke, the Painted Table, the strength of the various claimants, and more.
As for the episode itself, I liked it a lot more on 2nd viewing. It flowed a lot better for me when I wasn't all WTF every 10 minutes over things I wasn't expecting / explaining things to the wife. I'm still not a big fan of
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As for the Stannis-Melisandre scene,
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I think the Pyke stuff was pretty stellar and am liking Alfie Allen's portrayal of Theon more and more. Tyrion and Varys could have a 53-minute single-scene episode and I'd watch it many times. The Tyrion-Janos scene was perfect. The Tyrion-Cersei scene struck a chord now that I wasn't surprised about the change. Also, Tyrion. Tyrion, Tyrion, Tyrion.
I still didn't like the Ros scene. I get that they're trying to give us a fuller picture of Littlefinger, but I think the screen time could be better spent when they're under such crazy time constraints already. I liked the episode-ending scene more this time, too. I know that
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