Robb's camp is degenerating quickly. There are drunken brawls all over the place. Brienne says Jaime won't last the night, because nobody wants to actually defend a Lannister.
Catelyn and Brienne enter Jaime's cell. I mean, um, his "pen." He's very chained up. Cat tells the guard to shove off. He doesn't want, to, but Catelyn is very clear that she's the one giving out the orders. Jaime says he thinks he's probably about to die. Cat points out that everyone out there wants him dead. Seems logical. Jaime seems a little surprised that Lord Karstark is so mad about him killing his son, but he's willing to go along with it. Catelyn is mad that Jaime keeps breaking vows. Jaime defends himself on the grounds that the King, his father and the innocents are not always on the same side. And there are a lot of conflicting requirements for knights in this world, so as far as he's concerned, he might as well give up on the whole deal. He also asks if Brienne is a woman, and wonders where Catelyn found "this beast." He sure knows how to talk to the ladies. Cat calls him "Kingslayer" in an attempt to insult him so Jaime reminisces about Aerys Targaryen, who everybody agrees was crazy and needed to die. Catelyn says, "You are a man without honor," which is the title of this week's episode. So my theory from last episode about how they name these things appears to be wrong. Phooey. He says he's never been with any woman other than Cersei, so he has more honor than Ned Stark. Cat calls Brienne forward. Jaime continues to dig: "When good old Ned came home with some whore's baby, did you pretend to love it?" She didn't, really. He digs at her about the idea that honorable Lord Eddard Stark fucked another woman. Brienne gives Cat her sword. And that's the end of the scene!
Oh, hey. Now we've got Theon Greyjoy, lecturing townsfolk. His theme is how he told them what would happen if he served him loyally, and what would happen if he did not. He didn't, really. I remember some vague threats and promises, but he didn't go into any specifics. Anyway, his goons pull some ropes and there are two burned, child-sized bodies hanging by the archway. Dagmer forces Luwin to watch, so that Luwin can do one of these: "NOOOOOOO!"