Just finished watching today's episode ... favorite part was difficult to choose from (Bheeshma + Vidura or Pandavas + Draupadi scenes).
Now, I understand the show is promoting adharma of this polyandry is, but there are two conflicts I can't get over with that seem to directly attack the characters.
First, Bheeshma wasn't an idiot. He was intelligent, spoke after thinking, an excellent military commander, and most importantly the wisest and eldest of all the Kurus. For him to react in the way he did was pretty poor seeing as he didn't even attempt to see if Yuddhi could justify his actions. Further, when he told Vidura what the difference was between Yuddhi and Duryodhana just shows his own ignorance. Even when Vidura tried to explain the circumstances of the situation, Bheeshma made no attempt to understand it ... and if Vidura knew so much about it (I didn't watch last week's episodes so no idea if this was mentioned), why didn't he just start of with "Maharshi Veda Vyas was the one who accepted this..."
Secondly, Dhriti is once again shown his ignorance of justice. The first time was when he made Arjun ask forgiveness to Karna without hearing his side and the second time was today. Sure Dhrit loved his son a lot, but I hardly would think that it got in his way of doing the right thing (in some occasions... usually when Duryodhana wouldn't act like a coward and bring up the suicide trump card). I mean, he did crown Yuddhi as Yuvraaj seeing as he was a better candidate, he does return Indraprasth after the vastraharan .. so to show Dhriti as such an ignorer of hearing out justice is pretty much beyond me.
My final issue comes with how the Pandavas reacted. After watching yesterday's episode, I can understand why they didn't beat the shit out of Shakuni after insulting Hidimbaa (since everyone was there) ... but c'mon there was a perfect chance to beat the living juices out of Shakuni after everyone (king/queen/bheeshma) had left.