4. Varys and his shifting loyalty
Varys may be the most convincing individual in Westeros but his shifting loyalty is also what he is. Daenerys, aware of his ever-changing masters (from Mad King Aerys to King Robert and then to Dany), scrutinized him.
“If he dislikes one monarch, he conspires to crown the next one,” Daenerys tells the room. “Incompetence should not be rewarded with blind loyalty,” Varys responds calmly.
She then made him promise to be honest with her and not conspire against her. “If you ever betray me, I’ll burn you alive.”
5. Sansa’s rightful reward
With the information of where the dragonglass is (thanks to Sam), Jon is talking to the Northern lords of what needs to be done, convincing Daenerys to fight their common enemy together. Everyone objected, reasoning how the last kind ended up not coming back after traveling south but Jon is determined. Before leaving, he leaves Winterfell to the hands of Sansa. The north may be overlooking this but Jon claims that it is a position she deserved all along.