Stannis's daughter is named Shireen. She lives in what appears to be a prison cell, but it's a big one with windows. She's singing a pretty song about the things under the sea. It's from a book! And even though she's imprisoned, she's quite pleased to see her father. We see that she has some kind of skin condition covering the side of her face. She's still a cute kid, though. Sandor Clegane gets to walk around a free man and his face is way more jacked up. Stannis tells Shireen that he didn't win his battle. She asks if the Onion Knight (that's Davos) came back. He has, but Stannis says he didn't bring her a present. She keeps talking about how much she likes the Onion Knight and shows off a little boat he gave her. Finally, Stannis has to tell her that he threw Davos into a dungeon cell for being a traitor. Then he looks a little uncomfortable and tells her, "Best forget him." Good parenting, Stannis!
Brienne is in a giant tub, which probably feels great at this point. And it's the second bathing scene we've had in this episode, which makes a nice counterpoint to all the fire references. Jaime walks in and announces he needs a bath. He's helped off with his robe and he dismisses the boy who was helping him. Brienne looks uncomfortable, and that's before she realizes that he's getting into the same tub she's in. Although I should point out that it's like twenty feet across. Jaime gets into the tub, and there's a long shot of his butt. It's important to catalog these things. He assures her he's not interested and asks her to pull him out if he faints. He does kind of look like he's barely keeping himself above the surface. She asks why she should bother saving him, and he points out that she's still technically bound by her vow to get him to King's Landing. And she hasn't done a great job of protecting him so far, so he digs at her a little: "No wonder Renly died with you guarding him." She stands up, outraged. Now you get to see her naked from behind. Jaime apologizes (after looking at her for awhile, as you do) and admits that she guarded him better than most could have. He adds, "I'm sick of fighting. Let's call a truce." She's reluctant. He says he trusts her and she sits back into the water. He says he recognizes her expression: no one trusts him. He mopes about his various epithets: "Kingslayer. Oathbreaker. Man Without Honor." Geez, you kill one Mad King and people never let you forget it. So Jaime launches into the story of why he killed Aerys "The Mad King" Targaryen. The Mad King was obsessed with wildfire, because he liked to watch people burn. Take it, Jaime: "He burnt lords he didn't like. He burnt Hands who disobeyed him. He burnt anyone who was against him Before long, half the country was against him. Aerys saw traitors everywhere. So he had his pyromancers place caches of wildfire all over the city. Beneath the Sept of Baelor and the slums of Flea Bottom Under houses, stables, taverns." Sounds like a great guy.