Daenerys freaks out at Jorah about having finally stood up to Viserys: "I hit him. I hit the dragon." Jorah is unimpressed with that and says, "Your brother Rhaegar was the last dragon." One thing this show requires is the ability to believe people when they describe the previous generation. Like, Rhaegar Targaryen is constantly being described as a mighty warrior, but the only Targaryens we know are these two skinny pale weirdoes. I don't think Viserys could even pick up that giant sword that Lord Stark used in the first episode. Jorah appears to agree with me, asking Daenerys, "Do you want to see your brother sitting on the Iron Throne?" Daenerys points out that she's been told the common people have been praying for his return, but Jorah thinks that's silly: "The common people pray for rain, health, and summer that never ends." Daenerys admits, "My brother will never take back the seven kingdoms. He couldn't lead an army even if my husband gave him one. He'll never take us home." I agree. That's too bad, because I think it would be fun to see Viserys actually try to command a tribe of mighty warriors.
The king and his family are in the royal box at the tournament. Technically, wherever they sit is going to be the "royal box," but I think this is actually their official box. The female Starks are nearby, which lets Sansa look around and smile at Joffrey. He looks away in what might be disgust. He always looks kind of disgusted. Littlefinger appears suddenly and sits with the Starks. Arya asks why he's called Littlefinger, which is apparently a rude question. He's willing to answer it, though: he used to be small, and he came from a place called the Fingers. The king is bored and shouts, "Start the damn joust before I piss myself!" Cersei looks appalled. This is presumably not what she imagined when she decided she was going to be Queen Cersei.