Summary from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissed_by_Fire
In King’s Landing
Queen Cersei (Lena Headey) asks Lord Baelish (Aiden Gillen) for assistance in ridding King’s Landing of the Tyrells, who she claims do not hold the Crown’s best interests at heart. Later, Lady Sansa (Sophie Turner) and Lady Margaery (Natalie Dormer) watch Ser Loras (Finn Jones) practicing his swordplay. Loras and his squire, Olyvar, have sex, and unbeknownst to Loras, Olyvar is a spy for Lord Baelish. Baelish then meets with Sansa to discuss their journey to the Vale, but she tells him that she wants to stay in King’s Landing.
Elsewhere, Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) has a meeting with Lady Olenna (Diana Rigg) regarding the rising cost of the royal wedding. She agrees to pay for half of the wedding, which Tyrion takes to his father, Lord Tywin (Charles Dance) later. Tywin tells Tyrion that he has learned of the Tyrell plot to marry Sansa to Loras, and that he intends to act first by having Tyrion wed Sansa. Tyrion objects, but to no avail. Cersei is pleased by her brother’s discomfort at the notion of marrying Sansa, until Tywin tells her that she will be wed to Ser Loras.
Queen Selyse Baratheon (Tara Fitzgerald) is visited by her husband, King Stannis (Stephen Dillane), who admits his infidelity to her. He is surprised when she tells him that Melisandre has told her everything, and that she not only has no issue with it, but encourages it, as service to the Lord of Light. Stannis then visits with his daughter, Princess Shireen Baratheon (Kerry Ingram). When she asks about the battle and Ser Davos (Liam Cunningham), Stannis tells her that Davos has been imprisoned for treason. Later, Shireen sneaks down to the dungeons to visit Davos and bring him a book, but Davos admits to her that he is illiterate. She begins teaching to read, using a book on Aegon I’s conquest of Westeros.
In the Riverlands
Thoros (Paul Kaye) leads the Brotherhood in prayer before Lord Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer) and the Hound Sandor Clegane (Rory McCann) begin their trial by combat. Dondarrion lights his sword on fire, frightening the Hound, due to his pyrophobia. The Hound soon overpowers Dondarrion, forcing him to his knees. Dondrarrion tries to block the Hound’s strike with his sword, but the blade breaks, and the Hound kills him. When Arya (Maisie Williams) moves to kill the Hound, she is stopped by Gendry (Joe Dempsie). The three are then astounded to find that Dondarrion has been resurrected by Thoros, who frees the Hound. Later, Arya finds Gendry repairing Dondarrion’s armor, and he tells her that he intends to stay with the Brotherhood and work for them as a smith. After leaving Gendry, Arya talks with Thoros about taking her to Riverrun, before Dondarrion joins them. Thoros tells Arya that the Lord of Light has resurrected Dondarrion six times.
At Riverrun, the captive Lannister boys are slain by Lord Rickard Karstark (John Stahl) and his men. King Robb (Richard Madden) confronts the now captive Lord Karstark, and then orders he be locked in the dungeon, and his men who assisted him be hanged. When he orders Karstark be killed for his treason, Queen Talisa (Oona Chaplin), Lady Catelyn (Michelle Fairley), and Lord Edmure (Tobias Menzies) beg him to hold Karstark as a prisoner, to keep the Karstark men loyal to their cause. However, Robb denies them, and personally executes Karstark. Later, Robb tries to plan a strategy for continuing the war against the Lannisters, now that the Karstark men have left. He then tells Talisa that his new plan is to attack Casterly Rock, the home of the Lannisters, and to make up for the lost Karstark forces, he intends to forge an alliance with Lord Walder Frey; the man who controls the Twins, and whose daughter he was to marry in exchange for letting his army cross on their way to rescue Robb’s Father, Eddard.
At Harrenhal, Locke (Noah Taylor) delivers his prisoners, Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Brienne (Gwendoline Christie), to Lord Roose Bolton (Michael McElhatton). Bolton, furious that his men have maimed a valuable hostage, frees Brienne and orders his men to take Jaime to see Qyburn (Anton Lesser), a maester who was stripped of his chain, who treats what remains of Jaime’s right forearm. Later, Jaime is taken to the baths, where Brienne is already bathing. Jaime then tells her of Robert’s Rebellion, the “Mad King” Aerys Targaryen, the atrocities he committed with wildfire, and how he cannot understand the people’s hatred towards himself for killing Aerys, before losing consciousness.
Beyond the Wall
Orell (Mackenzie Crook) pries information about the Wall patrols from Jon (Kit Harington). Jon says there is a thousand men left guarding the Wall and Tormund (Kristofer Hivju) threatens to kill him if he lies. Shortly afterward, Ygritte (Rose Leslie) steals Jon’s sword and has him chase her into a cave, where she convinces him to break his vows and have sex with her.
Across the Narrow Sea
Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) and Ser Barristan Selmy (Ian McElhinney) discuss the siege of Pyke during Balon Greyjoy’s rebellion against the throne. Jorah pries into Barristan’s motives for joining Daenerys’s cause, trying to discover if Barristan is aware that when he joined Daenerys he was working for Robert Baratheon and his Small Council.
Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) assembles the officers for her Unsullied army. The officers have selected Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) as their leader. She tells them that they are free to choose their own names, but Grey Worm tells her that he will keep his current name, as it is the one he had when she liberated the Unsullied.