A lot of horrible things have happened to Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones. Too many to name in full. Her father was killed (then she was made to look at his head on a pike), she got betrothed to Joffrey, she ended up marrying Tyrion against her will, she was nearly pushed out the Moon Door, and Ramsay raped her on their wedding night. That last moment of misery is one of the show’s most controversial scenes, and in this past Sunday’s episode, the tragic “The Door,” Sansa confronted the man who sent her to the Boltons.
“What do you think he did to me?” Sansa asked a dumbfounded Littlefinger. He beat her, he cut her, he never hurt her face (“he needed my face”) he did things “ladies aren’t supposed to talk about.” Sansa continued, “I can still feel it. I don’t mean ‘in my tender heart, it still pains me so.’ I can still feel what he did, in my body, standing here, right now.” It’s Sansa’s last comment that has many viewers believing the unimaginable has happened.
I’ve been think a lot about Sansa this week.
-Appetite problems with the Watch’s food.
-She tells Littlefinger that she can “still feel right now” what Ramsay did to her.
Sansa is pregnant! (Via)
There are holes to pick apart in this theory — for instance, even people who aren’t pregnant would have “problems” with Castle Black’s food — and considering all the criticism they received last season, I can’t imagine David Benioff and D.B. Weiss would make the newly empowered Sansa suffer even more. Then again, this is Game of Thrones we’re talking about. Suffering is the status quo. Especially if you’re Sansa Stark.