I do understand that their personalities can change somewhat, though, correct?
Of course their actual dialogues were good. Great, even.I think my favorite scenes were actually the Danerys-Tyrion interactions.
I want to say that one part of the scene I really liked was when Dani gently reaches over and takes the glass of wine out of Tyrion's hand, before he gets too drunk to make sense. She's not demeaning towards him, or demanding it (as Queen); it really came across as "I realize you have an issue here; but I value your opinion and need you, and it's not good for you, so I need you to stop both for yourself and me." She was really good with him, and he responds to it in that understanding. I don't think we've seen her free to be that GENTLE and full of grace in any of her actions; she's always had to be the tough leader. Going along with that, Tyrion actually sees her as strong without her having to prove it to him all the time.
Another subtle thing is when Tyrion is standing next to Jorah, and when she asks Tyrion what he would do with him, Tyrion very quietly talks and walks up a few steps, just enough to separate Jorah from himself and seem like an advisor (since he's closer to her on level and there's more more intimacy with reduced distance), but not far enough or fast enough to make him seem threatening even if the guards do briefly react. It was just a beautiful stroke on his part. He "positions" himself to BE her advisor. He's just really damned good at reading situations and knowing just how much to assert himself and where to stop.
DaenerysWhat do you think led Danerys to trust Tyrion? What led Tyrion to trust Danerys?