Tyrion says that if Stannis breaches the walls of King's Landing, the game's over. Varys says that Stannis is said to burn his enemies for the Lord of Light. Tyrion reflects on the Drowned God (likes people drowned) and the Lord of Light (likes people burnt). Tyrion: "Why are all the gods such vicious cunts? Where's the god of tits and wine?" Is that the third "cunt" this episode? Seems like a lot. Varys says the Summer Isles have a goddess with sixteen teats. He's also heard from Qarth that Daenerys Targaryen is alive with three dragons. Tyrion cares more about immediate issues. Varys is concerned about the prospect of dragons, but Tyrion says that won't be a problem for years and years. Tyrion's new motto is, "One game at a time."
Speaking of Qarth! Jorah tells Daenerys, "Careful, khaleesi." Daenerys is peeping through windows. Jorah has a ship and thinks they should leave. Dany will not leave without her children. Jorah points out that they're dragons, not children. They're not your "fur-babies," lady. Well, "scale-babies." My point is that I'm with Jorah on this point. They're adorable baby dragons, but they're not your children. She tells him to shove off, then. He promises that he'll never abandon her. She wants to go to the House of the Undying, which Jorah thinks is a bad idea. The Warlock has magic! But so does Daenerys, if you count "not being burned alive that one time." That could come in handy. Daenerys says, "They are my children. And they are the only children I will ever have." So what happens if she becomes queen, then? As soon as she dies, we're right back with no heir? I realize it's none of my business, but I think Westeros needs a better way to pick new monarchs. It seems like they get a lot of line-of-succession problems.
Back to Winterfell. Theon wants to bury the bodies. Dagmer wants to leave them up a few more days to send the message. Theon says that everyone's gotten the message by now. I feel like he just wants to cut the bodies down because he's afraid of offending the citizens, but surely that's already done. Theon wants to give some gold to the farmer whose place they invaded. You know, for his trouble. Dagmer figures his troubles are done. His philosophy is, "You wanna keep a man silent, you silence him." Yeah, if Theon thinks he can back out of this situation by buying a couple of people off, I believe that he is wrong. Maester Luwin spots Osha peeping around a wall. And that's odd, because Osha's supposed to be with Bran and Rickon (and Hodor). Then he walks back to the dangling corpses and looks at them.