@pyrogram: I know right. People act like he alone masterminded the entire thing. Jon had mad enemies that would have killed him even without Olly. The ironic thing is Jon was probably more responsible for his own death than anyone else.
@izaiah: Oh I can't see him engaging in rape, but finding a stange satisfaction in burning people I can see happening. The problem he has is he is becoming to reliant on something he can't fully understand and will eventually lose all sense of reality. Stannis actually highly regarded as a military commander, but before long he will lose that and believe that burning people can solve his problems. I can genuinely see Davos being the only one to save either through talking some sense into him or actually killing him.
This episode proves that not only will Stannis not be king, but he will make a bad one if he does become king.
While this is true, and even further evidence (as if there was a shortage of it) that the show creators don't know what they're doing, I hope for Sansa's sake that Stannis will be able to take Winterfell from the Boltons anyway.
If you look at it closely Stannis is basically Aerys 2.0 or at the very least is heading down that path. The only reason he isn't more hated is because right now he is facing someone even worse than what he is, and the fact if he does become king he is someone who can bring order but likely at a cost.
Yeah he rescues Sansa then proceeds to burn her because the kingdom has ran out of turnips :p