I actually welled-up with tears when Brienne of Tarth came to the rescue of Lady Sansa, and when she took her oath of fealty. What Brienne was literally living for, and what Sansa needed more than oxygen, finally came to fruition. Lord knows what they'll face now, but it sure felt like a tide turned in that moment.
Such an awesome moment in film. Theon beginning to shed the persona of "Reek". Sansa taking comfort in him, even though she knows he betrayed Robb and Catelyn. Watching Sansa, struggling to come to grips with the reality that her nightmare appeared to be over, and unable to remember the words of the oath, having been so far removed from ever hoping to reclaim nobility. Podrick gently reminding her what to say. Brienne, nearly enraptured that her sense of duty and loyalty had finally found a home.
2. What's the "nature" of a rattlesnake? - The freakazoids are now arguing that the whole restroom issue is a non-issue, due to the "fact" that trannies (and pseudo-trannies) don't pose a threat to girls/women. But what is the nature of men? What is the nature of men around women? And why should another doorway of opportunity be opened to them?