We've already talked about our sheer horror at the events of this week's Game of Thrones, where the show took an even darker turn in an episode that's now being called the 'Black Wedding'.
You can read all about what happened here, as we just can't bring ourselves to explain it again - it's being buried in the back of our heads along with movies like The Hills Have Eyes, and the sequel to Grease.
Actress Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, has said that she actually 'secretly loved' getting to do these scenes (from an acting point of view, obviously). In an interview with Entertainment Weekly last October, she said; "When I read that scene, I kinda loved it. I love the way Ramsay had Theon watching. It was all so messed up. It’s also so daunting for me to do it. I’ve been making [producer Bryan Cogman] feel so bad for writing that scene: “I can’t believe you’re doing this to me!” But I secretly loved it."
Turner also revealed that while she couldn't believe the content of the script when she got it, she was also excited too; "I love the fact she’s back home reclaiming what’s hers. But at the same time she’s being held prisoner in her own home. When I got the scripts, it was bit like, dude, I felt so bad for her. But I also felt excited because it was so sick, and being reunited with Theon too, and seeing how their relationship plays out. Theon’s a member of the Stark clan but she thinks he totally betrayed and killed her brothers. It’s a messed-up relationship between them."
When asked about fans inevitable reaction to this (the interview was prior to the episode being shown), Turner said; "I completely agree with them! After Joffrey, she’s escaped him and you think she’s going to lose her virginity to a guy who’s really sweet and takes care of her and she’s thrown in with a guy who’s a whole lot worse. But I kind of like the fact she doesn’t really know what a psycho he is until that night. She has a sense, but she’s more scared of his father. And then that night everything gets so f–ked up."
So can Sansa Stark come back from this? We're thinking so, and like many others hoping that the episode's actual title "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken", is meant for Sansa.
So with just four more episodes left, what more horrors could possibly await us in Game of Thrones? We dread to think...