I won't get a chance to see the finale until later this evening but I love what you wrote Noydarny and I totally agree with you about La-or-orn. That is one reason why I love La-or-orn. She is the same throughout her life. She didn't have to change for no one, especially a man, b/c she is confident in who she is as a person and she really is a head of her times. Most women of that time would have just accepted Yot's selfish ways for sake of appearances, but La-or-orn was really brave to divorce him. And when you really think about it, she was also brave to re-marry again b/c I'm sure that it wasn't common for noble women of that era to re-marry as many times as La-or-orn did.