Wars are hard. Recruiting allies to fight your wars is harder. And as Jon Snow and Sansa find out in "The Broken Man," recruiting allies to fight in your wars when your army consists of a couple thousand wildlings, one giant, and a former smuggler possessing only six fingertips and a cool last name is the hardest.
The Snow-Stark campaign took us all around the North. First, we hit the wildling camp, to pitch them on the idea that, although they'd only previously agreed to help Jon Snow fight the dead, they should join this other fight, too, because otherwise they won't be alive for that other fight. And then it was on to Bear Island (former home of noted greyscale-sufferer Jorah Mormont), run by 10-year-old Lyanna Mormont, who abides by absolutely no bullshit, has a very soft-spoken maester, and is repped by a banner that looks like it was stolen from a badass summer camp in Alaska.
Though Lyanna basically tells Jon and Sansa to STFU, Davos manages to help secure her formidable army of 62 men, and then it's on to House Glover. Seems Lord Glover just got his residence back from the Ironborn, and it was the Boltons who helped him do that, so he doesn't seem eager to switch sides, especially when he finds out that said army is made up of wildlings. Sansa attempts to get high and mighty with some talk of Glover's pledge to House Stark, and Glover gets PISSED.
"And where was King Robb when the Ironborn attacked this castle? … Taking up with a foreign whore. Getting himself and those who followed him killed. I served House Stark once." He looks over at Jon Snow. "But House Stark is dead." And then he drops his old-timey mic. So, yeah, that didn't go well.