Sorry, but more GOT gripes.
Last time it was non-existent motivations that make no sense to the plot. This time they are just flat out stating the motivations in exposition that completely give away the plot.
One of the twists at the end of the book is that it was Littlefinger's scheme to
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take Sansa away from King's Landing, which we didn't know he was behind until after it happened. Then in the next book we find out that he plans to use her to get the inheritance of Winterfell.
Well, that spoiler is not really one if you watched the episode because they simply state that is what he is going to do, a whole season away from when it happens.
The absurd man thus catches sight of a burning and frigid, transparent and limited universe in which nothing is possible but everything is given, and beyond which all is collapse and nothingness. He can then decide to accept such a universe and draw from it his strength, his refusal to hope, and the unyielding evidence of a life without consolation.