Jhiqui, Irri, and Doreah tend to Daenerys in her tent. Jhiqui doesn't say much, and comes across as silent and obedient. However, she does side with Irri in saying that the moon is a goddess, and not a giant dragon egg as Doreah claims.
Jhiqui has only appeared in a single episode. It is not clear if she remained loyal to Daenerys following the death of Drogo, though if she did it is unlikely she survived long as Daenerys's entire remaining khalasar is shown on camera in "Garden of Bones" and she is not present. Nevertheless, a Dothraki handmaiden is shown in "The Bear and the Maiden Fair", though it is unknown if she is meant to represent Jhiqui.
In the fifth novel, Jhiqui and Irri both develop a crush on Rakharo, who has grown more tall and muscular. Both argue whom he would prefer.
Following Daenerys's departure from Meereen, Jhiqui and Irri accompany the Dothraki search parties, dispatched across the Skahazadhan to locate their queen.
In the books, Jhiqui is frequently seen with Irri, both in service to Daenerys. In the TV series, however, she appears only briefly in one scene. Thus, it is unclear of the TV version of Jhiqui remains in Daenerys' khalassar or was among those who abandoned her after Drogo's death. The TV series condensed most of her role with that of Irri.