The slippers the Butcher King had sent her had grown too uncomfortable. Dany kicked them off and sat with one foot tucked beneath her and the other swinging back and forth. It was not a very regal pose, but she was tired of being regal. The crown had given her a headache, and her buttocks had gone to sleep. “Ser Barristan,” she called, “I know what quality a king needs most.”
”Courage, Your Grace?”
”Cheeks like iron,” she teased. “All I do is sit.” (x)
"Emotionally for me it was so intricate," Clarke says. "Jorah’s been with me since day one, season one. The scene itself is unpleasant because I, Emilia know that what Dany is doing is wrong, And it was the first time I’ve ever felt that."
"I’m looking at Ian Glen thinking: Don’t leave!" she says. "I’m banishing him and all I want to do is cling to his ankles. It was really hard it marked one of the biggest decisions of this character to date."