Hey, it's the Dothraki! They're not riding in strict single-file anymore. Daenerys is riding with an advisor who finally gets the name Jorah Mormont. Well, from the way it's said in this scene, it sounds more like "Worwont," but I promise it's Jorah. He explains to Daenerys that the Dothraki don't buy slaves because they don't believe in money. And also because they tend to just get given slaves out of the blue. And if they don't get given enough slaves, they destroy entire cities. You can see how people who do that sort of thing wouldn't bother with money. Daenerys seems to see something in the trees they're passing, so he tells Jorah to tell the convoy to halt. For how long? "Until I tell them otherwise." He says she's sounding like a queen, and she clarifies: "Not a queen. A khaleesi." She goes into the woods, and I notice that she appears to be getting a bit of a tan. Good for her. She's looking around a clearing when Viserys roars out of the woods on his horse. He's furious about being told to halt, so he shouts, "You do not command the dragon!" I guess he's the dragon in this scenario. He clarifies, "I don't take orders from savages or their sluts. Do you hear me?" He acts in a threatening manner toward her when a whip around his throat pulls him to the ground. Oops! Turns out the Dothraki are more loyal to her than he thought, and a rider has taken care of things. A handmaiden asks if she wants him dead. Nah, not right now. The rider seems confused, and the handmaiden shrugs. It's a small gesture, but it definitely conveys, "Yeah, she definitely said not to kill him. I don't know either. Weird, right?" Viserys asks Jorah to "kill these Dothraki dogs." Jorah considers it, but... nah. Not doing that. Viserys is in full tantrum mode, shouting "I am your king!" Jorah pointedly asks the khaleesi what to do. The handmaiden helps her up onto her horse and she rejoins the caravan. The rider says to Viserys, "You, walk."
The Wall is a place of CGI snow and wind noises. And the sound of steel on steel as people practice swordplay. Snow rides an elevator up to the top, and it turns out to be powered by a single guy pushing a stick around. They couldn't get a donkey for that? It takes awhile to get to the top, and Snow is shivering a little. He walks along the top of the Wall, which does have some embankments to keep people from falling off. He hugs Uncle Benjen and the two of them look down at the ground, hundreds of feet away. I guess they're up there as lookouts, because without an elevator, I don't think there's going to be anyone to fight up there. Benjen is leaving in the morning to go "out there" where there have been disturbing reports. Snow, however, is no ranger. He protests that he's better than everyone, but Benjen corrects him: "You're better than no one! Here, a man gets what he earns when he earns it. We'll speak when I return." If I were Jon Snow, I would be getting kind of tired of people telling me they'll talk to me the next time they see me.