Up in the tower, Bran finally gets convinced to warg. His eyes go white.
Downstairs: Wolves attack! They go to town on some of the nameless guys, so Jon is able to kill Orell. Just before sticking in the sword, he whispers in Orell's ear, "You were right the whole time." Before he dies, Orell wargs the eagle, and it comes down and looks pretty fake as it attacks Jon's face. I mean, not Birdemic fake, but pretty bad. It's just kind of flopping around on his face. So I guess that answers the question of what happens if a warg dies. Jon fights the bird off, hops on a horse and rides off. Ygritte watches, crestfallen. So does Tormund, and his crest, if not entirely fallen, still isn't doing all that well.
Yunkai. The three men on the infiltration squad are Daario Naharis, Jorah Mormont and Grey Worm. Daario strolls up to the guard on the back door and gets let in right away. Jorah and Grey Worm wait nervously (well, Jorah is nervous. Grey Worm does not show emotion), then Daario whistles for them. In the courtyard, they find some dead guards. Daario is confident that there will be no more guards. Then a bunch more roll out. Fight scene! There are twenty or thirty guards attacking the three of them. And all three of them look great! Grey Worm is doing some cool spear-and-shield movies. Daario has these things that look like scythes with very short hilts. Or maybe scimitars that curve a lot more than normal. Jorah just has a sword, but he's good with it. They work well together! Toward the end, Jorah doesn't bother cutting down an enemy because he knows he's going toward Daario, who will kill him. Then Daario throws his hand-scythe past Jorah to kill the last enemy. They end up back to back-to-back in the center of the courtyard. And then another twenty or thirty guards swarm out. Sheesh. This infiltration is not going as secretly as Daario said it would. If it's going to be a straight-up fight, they might as well have brought more than three people.
The camp outside the Twins has a lot of Stark soldiers drinking and wrestling. Inside, Walder Frey walks his daughter toward the altar. Catelyn gives Edmure a sympathetic smile as he waits at the altar to find out who he's being forced to marry. He finally gets his first look at his betrothed as the veil is removed, and she's not at all bad! She says she hopes she's not a disappointment, and he says she's a delight. Well, if all Edmure cares about is the physical attractiveness of his wife, I guess it's nice that he's pleased. Now it's time for him to cloak her and put her under his protection, like we saw with Tyrion. Well, not exactly like that, since Edmure can do it without drama. The priest has them say, "Father, Smith, Warrior, Mother, Maiden, Crone, Stranger. I am (his/ hers) and (he/she) is mine from this day until the end of my days." There are a lot of exchanged glances in the crowd. They mostly convey that Blackfish and Catelyn think Edmure got lucky.