The Tudors: Season 2, Episode 1

Everything Is Beautiful (30 Mar. 2008)

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As he seeks the annulment of his marriage to Katherine of Aragon, King Henry VIII appoints himself the head of the Church of England. And Anne Boleyn insists that Henry remove Queen Katherine from the picture -- and Court.

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Henry presses to have his marriage annulled but still meet5s resistance from the church in England. Thomas Boleyn bribes Bishop Fisher's cook to poison the chief opponent of the marriage and other clerics who are dining with him. Thomas More does not take any of the deadly soup, but the toxic brew kills four bishops and incapacitates Fisher. Although he is tortured, the cook goes quietly to his death of being boiled alive rather than risk the consequence Boleyn's threats against his family. When she finds Katherine is still making Henry's shirts, Anne insists on her exile from the court, but Katherine refuses to give up her queen's jewels. Officially the Pope tries not to alienate Henry or the Emperor, but privately sanctions Anne's assassination. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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The episode begins in 1532, but there is an aerial shot of St Peter's Basilica and Square in the first act. The Basilica was not completed until 1626 and the Square until 1667, 120 years after the death of Henry VIII. See more »

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Pope Paul III: [discussing Henry VIII's divorce] So, what about this girl, this putain, the king's whore? Why doesn't somebody just get rid of her?
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