Alton gently suggests the idea of escape. And obviously that's occurred to Jaime. But Starks make good jailers. They're very dutiful. But, says Jaime, there's a way out that wasn't possible until now. Jaime shuffles over to Alton and they look at the door. Jaime says, "You'll only have to do one thing." Alton is ready to serve. But Jaime's specific instruction is, "You'll have to die." Whoops! Bad news for Ser Alton! Jaime beats Alton to death with his chains. A guard comes in and looks at the twitching body, but when he rolls it over for a better look, Jaime loops his chain around the guard's neck and breaks it. He pulls a key out of the guard's bag.
We now see a sheep skull. Someone dips a paintbrush into its eye and paints on a naked guy's back. I don't know if the skull has been adapted to hold paint or if they're painting with sheep-brains. The painted is the lady with the elaborate mask from the Qarth garden party, and Ser Jorah is here to talk to her. She knows he's looking for the dragons. He talks kind of tough, so she tells him to draw his sword and see what his steel is worth. He doesn't. She tells him he loves the Mother of Dragons. Oh, is that supposed to be an impressive piece of insight? Because everyone knows that. She asks, "Will you betray her again, Jorah the Andal? Will you betray her again?" He says he will not. And he's kind of impressed that she knows he's an Andal. She tells him, "The thief you seek is with her now."
Well, Daenerys is in a room with all of the Thirteen, which includes Daxos and Spice Kingpin. So that didn't narrow it down all that much. She claims to be begging, but she isn't, really -- you can't just say, "I beg for my dragons back." There's a tone of voice you have to adopt. And some groveling wouldn't hurt. Anyway, the answer is, "It wasn't very long ago that you were threatening us." She says the dragons will die without her. Is that true? We haven't really seen her doing things that anyone else couldn't do. Spice Kingpin says the dragons will bring the world death and misery. I guess that's possible, but this world seems to have plenty of both of those things already. The head Warlock says he'll help her by taking her to the House of the Undying, where he put the dragons. Oh! Well, mystery solved, then. The creepy Warlock took them.