McShane: "No, there's a reason you're still here."
Hound: "Yeah, there's a reason: I'm a big fucker and I'm tough to kill."
McShane: "No. A reason: gods aren't done with you yet."
Hound: "I've heard that before. Man was talking about a different god, though."
McShane: "Well, maybe he was right. I don't know much about the gods."
Hound: "You're in the wrong line of work."
McShane: "There's plenty of pious sons of bitches who think they know the word of God or gods. I don't. I don't even know their real names. Maybe it is the Seven. Or maybe it's the Old Gods. Or maybe it's the Lord of Light. Or maybe they're all the same fucking thing. I don't know. What matters, I believe, is that there's something greater than us. And whatever it is, he's got plans for Sandor Clegane."
With the Hound setting off to exact his revenge on the Brotherhood Without Banners outlaws who killed the septon and his followers, I propose that it's time to open the floodgates on crossovers with other HBO shows. Next week, let's see him team up with an Omar-esque vigilante played by Michael Kenneth Williams. The week after that, let's have T.J. Miller turn up as quasi-Erlich Bachman, with the sole purpose to pepper Walder Frey with put-downs while the Hound wields his ax to chop down some more Freys. And who wouldn't want to see Ann Dowd of The Leftovers appear as one of the Silent Sisters?