Tyrion and Bronn stroll through King's Landing. Which is weird, because it implies that they just left the palanquin on the ground after their last scene. It's possible that it really was just a crate with sticks attached to it. At any rate, they're in the part of King's Landing that's a busy marketplace. You know, with lots of stalls. It's kind of like the beginning of Aladdin. They're chatting about the defense of King's Landing and how Tyrion doesn't think Joffrey's plan will succeed in holding off Stannis. He's partly skeptical of wildfire and partly skeptical of Joffrey's ability to do anything properly. It's mostly the second one, really. They run across a crazy street preacher who's shouting about how brother is lying with sister and now everything is rotten. Tyrion and Bronn hang toward the back of the crowd and enjoy the free entertainment while Tyrion says Joffrey's a lost cause. The shouter blames the recent problems on a twisted demon monkey, which Bronn has to explain to Tyrion as being a reference to his height. Tyrion is shocked (or acts shocked, anyway) that people would blame him for the problems when he's just trying to get Joffrey to behave. Bronn explains that people blame Tyrion for pulling the king's strings, so anything Joffrey does that they don't like automatically gets blamed on Tyrion.
The Iron Islands! Theon Greyjoy looks with a smile at his ship, the Sea Bitch. Then he looks around with a scowl at his scruffy crew, who are piling out of a building I'll just assume is a bar. They're on their way to the ship, and they don't seem to respect him as their captain. He tries to deliver a standard pre-mission pep talk and promises rewards for doing well. The largest and meanest-looking one takes a break from completely ignoring him and tells him, "I have been reaving and raping since before you left Balon's balls." The large, mean one says that he and the crew don't need any captain as long as they have a ship. And there's the Sea Bitch right there. They've got a mutiny starting before they even leave port! That's pretty efficient work. I thought the traditional method was to pretend to be good little sailors until you're a day or so out of port, and then make with the threats. Theon admits that the crew could steal the ship (which they certainly could, given that they're all getting into a boat and rowing out there, while Theon is still standing on the shore) and threatens to hunt him down for a traitor. His sister Yara shows up and mocks him a little. She's on her way to Red Harbor, where her thirty ships are waiting. And there's no rush; she tells him that her crew would wait forever for her. Theon is utterly defeated, so she cheerfully tells him, "Enjoy the Stony Shore." That's where the fishing villages are that Theon's supposed to go raid.