Dany wakes up. Jorah, who has been watching over her, sheathes his sword. She immediately asks where her son is. Oh, right, because she was going into labor. Sure. I remember that! Jorah takes awhile to spit it out, but apparently the boy was stillborn. And the witch shows up to announce that he was both monstrous and twisted. He was scaled like a lizard and had bat wings! And the witch isn't particularly sympathetic, reminding Dany that she warned her that only death can pay for life. Okay, so Dany quite reasonably wants to see Drogo. "Show me what I bought with my son's life," she says. Now.
Outside, most of the khalasar is gone. That means that the army that was following Khal Drogo has given up and left, although there are still a handful of tents and a few followers there. Although I suspect they're motivated as much by morbid curiosity as by any sense of duty toward Drogo or Daenerys. Dany is led away from the remaining tents toward the cliff. Did we know they were on top of a cliff? Well, they are. And near the edge, Drogo is lying, immobile. Sort of staring into nothingness. Dany would like to know why Drogo was left out here, lying motionless in the brush, by himself. Apparently they decided he likes the warmth. So I guess he's technically alive. But he's completely unresponsive, so I'm not sure how they determined his alleged warmth-liking.