Sophie was great. Her scene with Myranda in the bath was overshadowed by the stuff later but she rocked it there.
Agree. (Again!) Because, I know that women know those things about women. I'm a woman and I know those things about women. Myranda recites the list of Ramsay's ugly crimes against women and when she's done, Sansa turns and says: 'How long have you loved him?' It's a woman thang. We know what we know. It gave Sansa (I'm going to say it here, gasp..) agency, admittance into the Intuitive Women's Club. It was well done.
BTW I thought Nell Tiger Free did a good job as Myrcella. The material she was given wasn't particularly interesting of course but she was understated and convincing in her scene. I look forward to the scene between her and NCW that's alluded to in the summary for ep. 507.
I'll go with pairings: Sophie/Charlotte Hope (she really did a good job in conveying her twisted affection for Ramsay), Iain/Peter (Dany and daddy talk made me really emotional) and Maisie/Tom (FINALLY more of them together!)
Plus: Jerome Flynn singing The Dornishmans Wife. Loved it.