Game of Thrones is a phenomenally popular show, having managed over the four seasons that have aired thus far to create a totally addictive program based upon the unlikely combination of magic, religion, mythological creatures, warfare, and... politics. Fans can discuss the khaleesi Daenerys and her status as the last Targaryen after the death of Viserys as she travels Essos with the Dothraki without stumbling over a single syllable and totally knowing what they're talking about. The show is absolutely inescapable, and current affairs cease to matter for audiences everywhere on Sunday nights during a new season. Of course, on a show featuring such a wide variety of characters and plotlines and gruesome deaths just waiting to happen, not every single moment will be spellbinding to every single viewer. In Season 4, many favored the tale of Tyrion's downfall in King's Landing. Others waited with bated breath for snowy scenes at the Wall. Some spent Dany's scenes in Meereen planning a spinoff series for the travel adventures of Arya and the Hound. Still, no matter how devoted audiences may be to a certain storyline, there's no denying that just about every character had made his or her share of questionable decisions. Should Sansa really have decided to work with Littlefinger in the Vale? Should Arya truly have left Westeros and sailed to Braavos for assassin school? Couldn't Oberyn have just stuck a spear into the Mountain's face and stayed on screen to snark and smirk for the rest of the series? Sometimes, however, the bad calls are not those most frustrating to loyal viewers. Sometimes, the alternate routes that could have been taken and that would have made the plot run so much more smoothly eclipse the outright foolish choices. So, here are the 10 most frustratingly, obviously, and stupidly easy decisions that would have solved everything.