Daenerys's face is all smeared with blood and she's chomping down on what appears to be an enormous heart. A horse heart, of course, because that's the kind of hearts the Dothraki tend to have lying around. She's on a platform in the middle of a large tent while everyone stands around the perimeter. This is what passes for entertainment around here? Viserys thinks she's going to throw it back up. Man, you'd think I'd be free of the eating challenges when I'm not recapping a reality show. All the people watching are chanting at her. I don't know what they're saying, but I assume it's Dothraki for "EAT! EAT! EAT! EAT!" As she chews into it and gets even bloodier, she stares into Khal Drogo's eyes. One lady is singing something, which Jorah translates for Viserys as beginning, "The prince is riding. I have heard the thunder of his hooves." Viserys is starting to get nervous about all this adulation his sister and unborn nephew are getting and he sulkily says that the kid won't be a real Targaryen: "He won't be a real Dragon."
Daenerys finishes her heart and drops to all fours. The chanting stops while everyone waits to see if she's going to vomit the heart back up. She doesn't, which is good. I'm just thinking about it from the standpoint of potential grossness. I'm not entirely up for the prospect of watching fountains of bloody vomit, you know? Now the song is about the Stallion who Mounts the World, which is a pretty fancy title to give a kid who hasn't even been born yet. Daenerys announces that the child's name will be "Rhaego," which I guess I should point out is a combination of Rhaegar and Drogo. The crows starts chanting, "Rhaego! Rhaego!" Viserys realizes that the Dothraki love Daenerys. They do! And that's at least partially because she looks great with blood smeared all over her face. Jorah muses, "She truly is a queen today." But when he looks around, Viserys has left the tent. He pulled that move where you run away the moment someone turns away. Batman is always doing that.