"He acts utterly differently, and really any semblance of personality he used to have has gone".
So what do you think - could you outfox him?
ICYMI: Cat was caught up in that unfotunate Red Wedding business and watched her son, King Robb, his pregnant wife Queen Talisa, and their crew get murdered, all arranged by king jerk Lord Walder Frey, before she had her own throat slit by "Black" Walder Rivers back in season three. "He's now an incredibly powerful character; having all the knowledge in the world puts you in a seriously advantageous position".
Putting all that aside, however, one Bran moment this week actually made his trippy, all-seeing powers useful for once, as he creeped out a character who-let's be frank-had it coming.
Of course, given the show's history, sometimes the bad guys win - and if Sansa and Littlefinger are indeed conspiring against Jon in some way, this scenario could end badly for either Arya or Sansa, depending on who has the upper hand. It was already poised to be one of the show's great battle moments, but once Drogon flew over the horizon, with Daenerys on her back, it became the singular moment viewers had been anticipating after six-and-a-half years. "I think one of the biggest ones would probably be when they made the decision not to bring Catelyn Stark back as Lady Stoneheart".
Now that Bran has been reunited with Sansa and Arya, it will be interesting to see how their dynamic changes.More news: Saturday Premier League wrap: The things you might have missed
You'll be delighted to know that there are no spoilers in this post.
Amid Littlefinger's hoax speech where he told Bran that he will help the latter and his siblings amid all the chaos in Westeros, it took only four words for the youngest Stark to silence Littlefinger's smart mouth: "Chaos is a ladder".
Arya's acquisition of this illustrious weapon has major implications.
If you fancy watching the whole scene again (and who doesn't?) then watch it here, and skip to 0:12 and 0:59 in the video for the Cait bits - if you're not distracted by the incredible swordplay, that is.
Before this season started, Wright and the show's creators talked about how Brandon would be played, now that he's mostly been taken over by the Three-Eyed Raven persona.