As part of the curse against Lou, Lisa must participate in a bonding ritual that involves eating a stew and returning to Bono by 11pm the next night. Oh! And Lisa must get a photograph of Lou and a pinch of his pubic hair. Returning to her ex-lover Code, who, as a high-end drug dealer, is able to provide Lisa with the details of two thugs, James and Ralph, who may be able able to help her get her desired objects.
A fire breaks out at Winterfell as an assassin tries to kill Bran, but the assassin is held off by Catelyn and killed by Bran's direwolf. A strand of blonde hair in the tower where Bran fell convinces Catelyn that the Lannisters are involved. Confiding with her son Robb, Maester Luwin, Master-at-Arms Ser Rodrik Cassel, and the Starks' ward Theon Greyjoy, Catelyn decides to go to King's Landing to warn Ned.
Over at Ross' place, Demelza is screaming while washing her hair at the outdoor spigot. She yells up to Ross' window that she really hates being clean and then storms off, but not before expertly recreating this iconic redhead-with-wet-hair moment:
At this moment, a woman with dyed hair (so she must be a prostitute) emerges because this is her jam, but also because she wants to know if she is excused or if she has to have sex with Malfoy again. He impolitely tells her to be more polite by calling him Sir from now on and sure, he'll take another roll in the hay, thanks.
Pinky Ring is kicking wine back and laughing really loudly with Ross. Verity runs over to say, Um, hi, I might have said something slutty before, but this is way worse! You might as well have dyed hair! Go dance with your husband!
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Cersei visits Catelyn Stark, who is sitting by her son's side, and tells her that her first child, a beautiful black-haired boy, died of a fever. She and Robert were grief-stricken and her prayers and tears were for naught. She offers to pray for Bran's survival, hoping that this time the gods will listen.
At Winterfell, Catelyn goes to the tower that Bran fell from and finds a strand of blonde hair on the floor. She summons Robb, Theon, Luwin, and Rodrik Cassel to tell them that she suspects that the Lannisters tried to kill Bran because he might have seen something in the tower. Robb and Theon are eager for conflict, but Luwin schools them to caution. Catelyn decides that Ned must know the truth and resolves to travel south to King's Landing and meet him there. Ser Rodrik escorts Catelyn while Robb remains in Winterfell to rule the castle in her absence.
Born in Minneapolis, Arlene Dahl (August 11, 1925-November 29, 2021) became stage-struck as a child, and headed to New York to embark on a modeling and acting career. Her charm and flaming red hair became sought-after in Hollywood.
Powell spent 35 years in the Army, rising to the rank of four-star general. He was one of more than 16,000 military advisers sent to South Vietnam by President John F. Kennedy, receiving a Medal of Valor for going back into a burning helicopter to rescue others. He would serve as a military assistant to Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, commander of the Army's 5th Corps in Germany, and national security assistant to President Ronald Reagan, before becoming the first Black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, overseeing the 1991 U.S. invasion of Kuwait led by President George H.W. Bush.
\"I have the product that solves the problem,\" he'd say, as he hawked inventions from his own company, Ronco. There was the Inside-The-Shell Egg Scrambler; the Electric Food Dehydrator; Mr. Microphone (which would transmit your dulcet tones to a nearby FM radio); the Showtime Rotisserie and BBQ; and \"hair in a can,\" a spray-on application to cover bald spots.
Cersei visits Catelyn at Bran's bedside, and tells her about her first son, a little boy with black hair who died of a fever. Jaime, meanwhile, visits Winterfell's armory, where he finds Jon Snow helping to forge a sword. Jaime sarcastically thanks him for guarding them all from the perils beyond the Wall. \"I'm sure it will be thrilling to serve with such an elite force. And if not, well, it's only for life.\" After the smith is finished, Jon goes to visit Arya, who is packing to leave Winterfell, helped by her pet wolf Nymeria. Jon tells her he has a present for her, and to close the door. He gives her the sword he had Mikken forge for her. It's small and skinny, just like Arya. \"First lesson: stick them with the pointy end.\" Jon tells Arya that all the best swords have names and Arya names the sword Needle. She and Jon say their goodbyes, with Arya glomping Jon and Jon smiling as he hugs her back. Afterward, Jon goes to visit Bran. Catelyn's not happy to have him there, but allows him to speak to Bran. Jon tells the still-comatose Bran to come and visit him at the Wall when he's well. After a few minutes, Catelyn harshly throws him out. Outside, Jon and Robb share their farewell, hugging each other good-bye.
Back in Winterfell, Catelyn, with her hands bandaged, visits the tower from whence Bran fell. She finds a single blonde hair. She then calls a council in the godswood at Winterfell (of herself, Ser Rodrik Cassel, Maester Luwin, Robb and Theon), and gives voice to her theory: Bran saw something he was not meant to see, warranting not only his Destination Defenestration but the clumsy assassination attempt as well. Ser Rodrik also points out that the dagger is too fine a weapon for a mere cutthroat: \"The blade is Valyrian steel, the hilt dragonbone.\" Catelyn decides to ride for King's Landing with Rodrik Cassel, leaving Winterfell in the care of Robb and Bran's life in the care of the gods.
It's past nightfall before Arya is found, and she's hauled directly before the queen. Joffrey has a very different version of events than Arya does, and Sansa is brought in as a tie-breaker. She refuses to corroborate either tale, leading Arya to grab her hair and shriek at her. (Cersei has the most awesome smirk.) King Robert is happy to let each child be disciplined by their father, but Cersei still wants blood, and demands that Nymeria be killed. Well, they don't have Nymeria... but they do have Lady. For once, Arya and Sansa agree on something, but Robert buckles before his wife's scorn. Cersei sends Ser Ilyn Payne, but Ned dismisses him and does it himself.
Eustace and Courage go back to bed, when suddenly a horrible shadow monster appears in the hallway, scaring them both. However, the monster turns out to be Muriel with curlers in her hair; Courage ends the episode stating \"Now that's what I call scary, know what I mean\" 59ce067264