"There's plenty worse than me. I just understand the way things are."
As Sandor "The Hound" Clegane and Arya Stark make their way to the Eyrie, the Hound admits he's given thought to becoming a sellsword in Braavos. A farmer, noticing the trespassers on his property, interrupts their conversation. Arya attributes the Hound's curt demeanor to trauma from the war. She claims "her father" fought for the Tullys. Loyal to Riverrun, the farmer invites the pair to share his dinner. Over the meal, the Hound accepts his host's offer for "fair wages for fair work." However, the next morning, Arya awakes to find that the Hound has assaulted the farmer and stolen his money. Arya is furious they have mistreated their host, but Clegane is firm: "Dead men don't need silver."
Samwell Tarly tells Gilly that he's worried about her; as the only woman at Castle Black, she's not safe among the rapers and criminals that make up the Night's Watch. Sam suggests that Gilly and her baby relocate to Molestown and arranges for their room and board at a squalid brothel. Despite Sam's best intentions, Gilly feels abandoned.