Bran's having that dream again. There's the archery practice, there's the crow, there's Bran walking after it. As he does so, he narrates what he's doing, which is a little strange. I mean, this is at least the third time we've seen this, so we don't really need him to explain what's happening. So he follows the three-eyed crow into the crypt, where he sees his father. We cut back to reality, in which the crazy lady is carrying Bran around on her shoulders. He wants to go into the crypt to check things out, but she thinks that's a bad idea. Bran's argument is that if his father isn't there, it's basically just a hole with dead things in it. And anyway, she's from north of The Wall, so she's supposed to be okay with spooky nonsense like that. He eventually shames her into it by pointing out that he, a crippled boy, isn't afraid to go in there.
As she carries him into the crypt, he narrates the tombs they pass. There's his grandfather Rickard, who was killed by Aerys Targaryen. And his aunt Lyanna, who was supposed to marry Robert Baratheon but got kidnapped by Rhaegar Targaryen. He provides some pleasantly specific backstory on what happened before the show started: "Robert started a war to win her back. He killed Rhaegar, but she died anyway." And then they get to the spot reserved for Eddard Stark, and the lady seems quite relieved to find it empty. And then there's a wolf attack! Rickon's wolf "Shaggydog" roars out of the darkness, but stops short of mauling her to death. She complains that it's supposed to be in chains, but Rickon dismisses that. Rickon's also down in the crypts because he saw his father down there in a dream. Huh. There's a coincidence! Bran is carried back up to ground level. As the lady tells him it's only natural to have dreams about one's father, Maester Luwin brings Bran a note. So what's your rational explanation now, Crazy Lady?
Catelyn walks through the Stark encampment. I think it's interesting that I can recognize her just from the way she walks. And the weird horizontal braid across the back of her head. Frankly, with most shows, I probably can't identify the backs of people's heads. She's walking solemnly, but I had to see her face to determine that. Everyone is watching her pass and making a big point of not getting in her way. Once she reaches the relatively unpopulated woods, she allows herself to break down. So I guess she's heard about Ned. And now she has to deal with Robb, who is furiously hacking at a tree with his sword. I don't think that's good for the edge. It seems more like a job for an axe. And Catelyn agrees with me, which pleases me more than it should: "You've ruined your sword." He should get some of that Valyrian steel I've been hearing so much about. Now that he's been distracted from his urgent tree-killing, he has a new agenda to run past his mother: "I'll kill 'em all. Every one of them." That's a little light on details, but at least he's got a goal, right? And I'm sure the trees will be glad to know he's going to direct his rage somewhere else. Cat says that the Lannisters have Arya and Sansa, and getting them back is her first priority. Priority Number Two? Killing them all.