Winterfell: Surrounded by 500 northmen, Theon Greyjoy tries to rally his 20 men to fight by giving them a rousing speech. Then one of them hits him upside the head and knocks him out. "I thought he'd never shut up," the soldier says. Greyjoy's troops then stab Maester Luwin and begin to burn down the historic, massive castle, the ancient home of the Starks, before leaving to return to Pyke. After the soldiers leave, Bran and Rickon Stark come out of hiding, and, following the dying maester's advice, decide to travel north to The Wall.
Qarth: Daenerys Targaryn goes to The House of the Undying to try to rescue her kidnapped dragons. She sees a series of strange visions, including snow falling on The Iron Throne, The Wall, and Khal Drogo with her son. The warlock Pyat Pree then captures Dany in chains, but she turns her dragons against him, burning the weirdo alive. Dany and Jorah Mormont return to Xaro Xhoan Daxos' palace, imprison him and rob him of all his valuables. (This is his punishment for double-crossing her with the warlocks.) The jewelry should be enough to buy Daenerys a ship, she believes. (Frankly, I was expecting a bit more from this scene, but I encourage viewers to read "A Clash of Kings" to get a fuller feeling for just how weird The House of the Undying is and the prophecies it contains. Unfortunately, there also was no mention of Dany's older brother, Rhaeger, in this scene, even though he factored heavily into it in the books. The story of Rhaeger's life and death is likely pivotal to understanding Westeros' mysteries, but it's yet to be mentioned on the show.)