The King is dead! Long live the King! Finally, the biggest little monster in Westeros is dead and Tyrion is taking the blame. Cersei wants him dead, Jaime doesn't think he did it and Podrick really doesn't know what to do.
What this really means is that we're going to be treated to a lot more Charles Dance's mad acting skills while schooling the new king. With Tywin firmly in control of the crown, I expect him to have tons of great scenes with a trial coming up. He's definitely going to be a frontrunner for the supporting actor Emmy next year.
With peacetime returning to Westeros, the show runners have the challenge of moving the plot along while keeping us interested. This includes, but is not limited to scenes about robbing a poor famer of his last silver, a proper Dornish orgy and a rather rapey scene in a sept next to Joffrey's body. These scenes might feel a little forced, but even if they do not quite flow with the show, they at least advance the characters OR the plot, and usually by smacking you in the face with it.
Another scene that felt forced, but ultimately was quite entertaining was the final scene with Daenerys outside of Mereen. It starts awkwardly with her reciting how important each of the men around her are to her. She decides that Daario is the most expendable and he proceeds to basically pull an Indiana Jones on the champion from Mereen.
We're left with the image of broken chains flung all over the city of Mereen, encouraging the slaves inside to break their own chains. It's an interesting way to encourage chaos inside of a city you mean to take.