And then – oh joy, it’s time for a wedding! Which means that everyone has their sass on point. Even Sansa dares to pull a face during the ceremony, but the best part is a bit of dialogue between Oberyn Martell, Cercei and Tywin. We won’t spoil it for you, but watch out for that scene, if nothing else.

For more on the Lavish (if unfortunate) wedding, watch the Costumes featurette below.

Joff introduces the most offensive recreation of the War of the Five Kings. Sansa is cringing. Margaery is cringing. Tyrion is cringing. Even Cercei and Tywin seem uncomfortable during the drawn out improvised battle between five jesters.

“Pay each of them twenty gold when this is done,” Tyrion whispers to the side. “I’ll have to find another way to thank the king.” Something is coming and it can’t be stopped now.

The battle is soon over, but Joffrey needs more entertainment. So he picks on the easiest target on the table – Tyrion. To which the Imp responds with the Sassiest Sass Straight Out of Sass Town. The two clash over and over again, until Margaery, diplomat that she is, breaks up Tyrion’s moment of humiliation with what may go down as the best diversion in history.

“Look, the pie!” she yells and we all breathe a sigh of relief. Unfortunately, the pie offers only momentary relief and Joff is soon back at it again. A humiliated Tyrion is asked to bring the king his cup and Joff drinks… well, there’s no way to get around it. Joffrey is poisoned. Remember how quick and shocking the Red Wedding was? This was slow and agonizing and bloody. Joffrey died in the arms of his crying mother, in the way that most fans probably hoped he would – afraid and in pain. He should have seen it coming. Why do these people insist op playing The Rains of Castamere at weddings?