The Laws of Gods and Men.
Directed by Alik Sakharov.
Written by Bryan Cogman.
Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham) really is one of Westeros’ nice guys. Despite his best friend, Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane), locking him away in a dungeon for months on end; the ironic notion of him holding the King’s hand position whilst missing four fingers; and that everyone assumes he was a pirate, he maintains his cheery disposition. “A smuggler, Your Grace/Lordship/Crazy Woman in a Red Dress” he patiently corrects them all.
The semantic difference has become a pretty neat running gag as of late, and hopefully he’s winning over more viewers with every scene. His awkward bromance with Stannis doesn’t hurt, either. Rather than flat out lament Davos’ suggestions, Stannis subtly contorts his cheek, or screws up an eyeball.