There is, of course, one other person sent to help [Sansa]. A drunken, fallen knight now forced to play a fool. Ser Dontos, sole survivor of an attainted family. When we later find out he has been sent by Littlefinger, I have to admire Littlefinger’s grasp of Sansa’s psychology. After all, he’s the one who tells her that ‘life is not a song,’ and ‘[she] may learn that one day, to [her] sorrow’. But what does he do when he needs to manipulate her? Sends her a Florian, makes her live a song, and then springs his trap.