We now move east to the Red Waste. This desert is where Daenerys (or "Dany" if you're tired of typing long vowel-heavy names all the time) Targaryen is currently stranded with her khalasar, which is a pretend-foreign word for a posse of horse-riding savages. Everyone's sitting around exhausted. They look like they're out of water, although the first thing that happens is that Jorah (Daenerys's advisor and the only one besides her who speaks English in this whole subplot) drinks from a canteen. So maybe they're all just really sleepy. It's the middle of the day, though. It seems like it's always the middle of the day in this desert. Jorah notices a horse riding out of the desert and draws Dany's attention to it. It has no rider! But it does have a saddlebag that appears to be dripping water. Although when Jorah investigates, it turns out that that bag has a head in it. So I guess you probably wouldn't want to drink the water. Dany is outraged by this and demands to know who could have done such a thing. Jorah's been lounging around in the middle of the desert right next to her, so I don't know how she thinks he's going to know exactly who's responsible. He names a couple of local khals who could have objected to a woman leading a khalasar. Dany proclaims, "They will like it far less when I am done with him." The dead guy's wife sobs that they killed his soul by not burning his body, which means he can't join his ancestors. So Dany has to have a funeral pyre, because one thing you want when you're in the middle of a scorching desert is heat. She promises the woman, "Rakharo will ride with his ancestors tonight." She doesn't seem that reassured. Wailing to the heavens can't be good for your throat when you're out of water.
And speaking of water, we suddenly cut to a boat. And do you know what the boat is floating on? That's right: water. That's what makes it such a good segue. The last word of the last paragraph was "water" and then we're in a paragraph that's all about water. Seamless. Well, except for all this talking about it I'm doing. The boat is approaching a castle on a cliff, which pleases its passenger, one Theon Greyjoy. Theon's been a sidekick of Robb Stark for the whole series so far, so this will be an interesting chance to see him on his own. I'd like to see him have swashbuckling adventures on the high seas, but he's really just going to Pyke to talk to his father. I know it's Pyke because I was paying attention during the opening credits!