Theon Greyjoy: She can't lead an attack!
Balon Greyjoy: And why not?
Theon Greyjoy: You're a woman!
Yara Greyjoy: You're the one in skirts.
Gendry: You were a lord's daughter and you lived in a castle and you... look, all that about cocks, I should never have said... and I've been pissing in front of you and everything. I... I should be calling you "My Lady."
Arya Stark: Do not call me "My Lady."
Gendry: As My Lady commands. (Arya pushes him) Well, that was unladylike.
Gendry: You thought they were after you. Why? Did you kill someone or is it just because you're a girl?
Arya Stark: I'm not a girl.
Gendry: Yes, you are. Do you think I'm as stupid as the rest of them?
Tyrion Lannister: If I told you to murder an infant girl, say, still at her mother's breast, would you do it without question?
Bronn: Without question? No. I'd ask, "how much?"
Jorah Mormont: They don't like the idea of a woman leading a Khalasar.
Daenerys Targaryen: They will like it far less when I am done with them.
Tyrion Lannister: Threaten me again and I'll have you thrown into the sea.
Varys: You might be disappointed in the results. Storms come and go, the big fish eat the little fish, and I keep on paddling.
Petyr Baelish: When boys and girls live in the same home, awkward situations can arise. Sometimes, I've heard, even brothers and sisters develop certain affections. And when these affections become common knowledge, well... that is an awkward situation indeed, especially in a prominent family. But prominent families often forget a simple truth, I've found.
Cersei Lannister: And which truth is that?
Petyr Baelish: Knowledge is power.
Daenerys Targaryen: No one will take my dragons.
Jorah Mormont: They are too weak to fight, as are your people. You must be their strength.
Daenerys Targaryen: As you are mine.
Osha (to Bran): I heard some other fools say it's Lannister Red. Means the Lannisters will rule all Seven Kingdoms before long. Heard a stableboy say it's the color of blood to mark the death of your father. The stars don't fall for men. The red comet means one thing, boy... dragons.