Gilly is in a tent with her baby son. Sam comes in and the baby wakes up and starts screaming. So Gilly starts frantically soothing him, which is not an easy thing to do. Normally, "frantic" and "soothing" don't go together. Gilly says she hasn't given the baby a name yet, since he's just going to be left outside in the snow by Craster. And she gives Sam back his thimble because she's more interested in having her baby saved. She turns away from Sam so she can give the baby all her attention. Her logic is that he'll be dead soon, and she wants as much time with him as she can get.
Bran runs through the forest, so we're in a dream sequence. Normally I dislike dream sequences, but Bran's dreams are at least relevant to the plot. He's chasing that three-eyed crow somewhere above him. Jojen appears next to Bran to deliver standard spirit guide dialogue like, "You have to go after him." Bran has to climb a tree. And he does, clambering up like a monkey. The crow is waiting for him on a big branch, which Bran walks out onto. But his mother is there! MOM! STAY OUT OF MY DREAMS! She yells at him, "How many times have I told you? No! Climbing!" She shouts at him to promise her he won't climb anything, then she pushes him off the tree. Kind of a jerk move. It's not like he climbs things when he's awake, since his legs only work in dreams.
Bran wakes up at the fire. He looks at Jojen. Jojen looks back. That's about it.
Enough with them. Back to King's Landing, where Varys is interviewing Roz about Podrick. Apparently the word has gotten out that Tyrion's seemingly mild-mannered squire is actually great at sex. Roz says the ladies he was with say he's "no larger than usual, apparently," but is "the most extraordinary man they've ever had." There are no details because it's "hard to describe." That's not very satisfying, from a storytelling point of view. Varys reflects, "Prodigies appear in odd places." And Littlefinger isn't abreast of this piece of gossip because he's distracted with his impending trip to the Eyrie. Varys asks, "Is that all it takes to make our friend lose interest in Sansa Stark?" Roz doesn't think he's lost interest at all because he's bringing two feather beds on the boat. Which is one bed more than he usually sleeps in. I feel like I might be overexplaining this plot point. Roz thinks Littlefinger won't be bringing one of his girls "because I'm one of his girls." I think what she means is that she's Number One Whore, so she's the only one he'd bring.