There's a crow at Bran's window, but if it's supposed to be foreshadowing, it's late by at least two episodes. Bran is still in bed, but he's got an old lady to tell him stories. She says that all crows are liars, which reminds her of a story about crows. Bran is sick of her already and claims to hate stories. She's not the sort of person that can be stopped just by somebody's outright hatred, so she promptly segues into a story about a little boy who hates stories. Bran likes stories about scary things, which is exactly the sort of thing that scary storytelling ladies like to hear. So it turns out that fear is for "the long night," which is when White Walkers move through the woods. And that night lasts hundred years and there are pale spiders as big as hounds. That sort of thing. Robb comes in and tells her to shove off so he can talk to Bran. He starts off with a story about how we're all living inside the eye of a blue-eyed giant named "Macomber." Great. Anyway, Bran doesn't remember anything about his fall. Robb says that Bran never falls, but he pretty clearly does. Also, Bran is bummed out about being doomed to a life without legs, and he'd rather be dead. Bring back the crazy lady!
Lady Stark and Sideburns enter King's Landing. Sideburns thinks Catelyn should probably disguise herself so people don't recognize her, but she pooh-poohs this. The last time she was here was nine years earlier, and no one recognized her then. As soon as she finishes saying this, a couple of horsemen ride up and greet her by name, saying they've been instructed to bring her into the city. Well, that went well!
They're brought into a whorehouse where they're met by Littlefinger (who's still being called Baelish in this scene). He claims that he meant no disrespect by bringing them here, and that he knew they were coming because he heard it from a "dear friend." And that would by Varys, who oils in and talks about how "knowledge is my trade, my lady." He even knows that they're here because they want to get information on this fancy dagger. Unfortunately, Varys only knows that it's Valyrian steel, not whose it is. But Littlefinger does! He's pleased to announce that it's his. However, that doesn't mean that he's the one who set the assassin on Bran. He says that he lost it on a bet, when the Knight of the Flowers unseated Jaime in the last tournament. And he lost it to...Tyrion Lannister! Drama! I'd react more strongly, but I'm a little distracted by the "Knight of the Flowers." Is that really the toughest name he could think of? He must be pretty good if he took down Jaime, but c'mon. Flowers?