King's Landing: mother sucker
Speaking of loving his sister, Cersei Lannister is in some real big trouble in King's Landing, and while I love her as a character, I find it difficult to feel bad for her because Cersei always brings it upon herself. The High Sparrow sends some dudes to bring Cersei down to the Sept to talk about her trial, and she doesn't go with them. Instead, she has the Franken Mountain rip off one dude's head with his bare hands. Then her son, King Tommen, who won't even speak to her, says that her trial will be held shortly, and he bans trial by combat in the entire kingdom. Maybe if Cersei hadn't been so snooty and just went with those dudes, they wouldn't have seen the Franken Mountain's power and she might have had a champion to defend her.
Sadly, though, the Cleganebowl that readers of the books were hoping for, which would have pitted the Hound against his brother the Mountain in a fight to the death, certainly isn't going to happen now that trial by combat has been banned.
Cersei only has one hope left, and it's the rumor that Qyburn, her master of whispers and only friend left in the capital, was talking about in the throne room. In Episode 3, we saw Cersei tell him to send his birds across the whole kingdom and find out all the dirt he can, but we haven't seen any updates since. Could this rumor have something to do with the High Sparrow? The High Sparrow has been very forthcoming about his past, but maybe he has some secret predilections that would be very embarrassing? You know how that happens with priests. More likely, though, it's about a secret stash of wildfire hidden under the city, as foretold in Bran's vision.