Littlefinger and Eddard outside the brothel
In the article, it says the following, "Littlefinger fetches Eddard to meet his wife, but Eddard suspects a trick and pushes Littlefinger up against a wall outside the brothel wanting to know what his game is. Catelyn then appears and Eddard is pacified." However, I believe that Eddard did not so much suspect a trick as believe that Littlefinger was playing a joke by suggesting that Catelyn is a whore in his brothel. With this interpretation, Eddard's words, "You're a funny man, eh? A very funny man!" make much more sense.
While re-reading the article, I found that the sections References and In the Books had vanished. Someone must have deleted them by mistake when they added new material. Maybe you should reset the page to an earlier version and add the new contents again.