Ned has gone to the armorer himself, and he doesn't care who sees him. It's a good thing for him there isn't any way this kind of behavior could possibly come back to haunt him in some way! The armorer is perfectly willing to tell him that Arryn was here to "see the boy." Ned would also like to see the boy. The boy, it turns out, is Gendry, a sullen, dark-haired boy. He's made a helmet with cool bull horns, but it's not for sale because he made it himself. The armorer promises that Lord Stark can buy it if he wants. He just wants to know what Arryn talked to him about, and the answer is that he asked questions about life with the armorer and if Gendry liked it there. Then he asked about Gendry's mother: "Who she was, what she looked like." Ned would like the same information that Arryn got, and he learns that she died when Gendry was little and had yellow hair. Ned has Gendry look him in the eye for a bit. Then he returns the helm and lets him get back to work. It's got to be hard to do your job when the Hand of the King is always coming by and asking nosy questions about your mother. Stark leaves and tells his man that he was talking to King Robert's bastard son. So there's that.
Jaime Lannister is guarding the door outside the king's bedchamber. I don't know that they call it a "bedchamber" on this show; I'm just assuming they want to use a word with more syllables than "bedroom." Lord Stark's man asks for entry, but Jaime points out all the laughter and squealing coming from inside. Would Stark's man like to guess how many ladies are in there? Jaime explains that the king likes to make Jaime listen while he insults his sister. He's pretty stiff and snooty, but he loosens up a bit when the guy reminds him that they fought side-by-side at the Siege of Pyke. One of the Greyjoys nearly took his eye! They reminisce about this one guy running around with a burning sword. Jaime says that he saw the youngest Greyjoy (Theon, remember?) at Winterfell, and it was "like seeing a shark on a mountaintop." He does not think Theon's a good lad. More ladies come out of the bedroom and we hear the king claiming that someone smells like blackberry jam. That's a weird thing for a person to smell like, in my opinion. Stark's man asks if he can leave a scroll with Jaime to give to the king, but Jaime will not be taking messages from Lord Stark. Indeed, he snaps, "I don't serve Lord Stark!" So either he really hates Lord Stark or he's just in a bad mood because of all the ladies King Robert is sexing up. Or he's just kind of a jerk. That's also a possibility.