Back at Winterfell, Osha leads Bran, Hodor and Rickon out from their hiding place. The castle has been sacked. Bodies litter the courtyard, fires are burning, the dire wolves whine in their shed. They scour the building for Maester Luwin and eventually find him in the sacred grove, propped up against a tree and staring at the pool. He puts on a brave face for the two young boys. He tells them he feels fine, but it's clear he's just joshing. He reminds the boys that while Winterfell burns, they are still alive, and they have each other. They don't want to leave him, and he sweetly tells them that he doesn't want to go. He pulled both of them into the world and has seen them almost every day since then. He can't bear to leave them, but the band of hoodlums and bandits may return and the boys must flee to the Wall. Jon Snow will look after them there. He sends them away with Hodor while Osha stays to help ease his passage into the next world. She offers him milk of the poppy, but for some reason he prefers to leave the world with a little of the stabby stab. She obliges as we watch the boys flee to the North. [Note: Anyone else notice that when Hodor took Rickon's hand, instead of the usual, "Come along," he sweetly said, "Hodor"? Hodorable!]
Daenerys wanders around the House of the Undying looking for her wee baby dragons opening doors and looking for clues. One door leads into a vast room filled with pillars. It's snowing and the ground is white. At the top of a dais sits something that could be the Iron Throne. It's hard to tell. She reaches for it, but doesn't touch it, because she knows she can buy a replica on eBay.