Now that we've gotten [almost] to episode 8, I feel Ser Jorah has gotten enough screentime and characterization to warrant his own thread separate to that of general Targaryens (not least because he had been passing information to the Usurper) or indeed the Dothraki (though he seems to have been with them for some time).
I'm truly enjoying Jorah at this time. He's had to serve the role of Mr Exposition about the Dothraki on several occasions but has always managed to keep it interesting (helped by his awesome voice to be honest), and he's shown an interesting amount of depth. His past conflicts with Ned Stark, his tricky family history with his wife and his father, he's given Dany some wise advice and not been afraid to joke at her expense, he's interacted in a familiar and friendly way with Rakharo of the Dothraki, sided with Dany over Viserys while spying on her for the Spider and yet saved her from an assassin. In a word: intriguing. In several words: he's had some juicy character moments to digest.
What I like best about him is how ambiguous he is still coming across, while not being so obviously shifty and creepy as, say, Littlefinger or Varys. He talks a good game about loyalty and honour, and he seems so sincere about it, but his actions are quite diverse and do not always seem to coincide with all his words about honour or loyalty. What is he up to? Who's side is he on? Discuss.
Edited: Came close to naming a thread once but just missed out - hope this one fits.
Edited by kieran555, Jun 5, 2011 @ 1:42 PM.