The Tudors: Season 3, Episode 4

The Death of a Queen (26 Apr. 2009)

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Forced to recant, Aske is hanged in Yorkshire, Cromwell coerces Brandon to execute more rebels as examples, and Jane suffers complications in childbirth.

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Aske is hanged in chains. Henry learns that Pole is attacking him in writing from the safety of the French court and sends Bryan to arrest him but he has already fled. A reluctant Brandon is forced by the king to kill many innocents in Yorkshire as an example to scare would-be rebels. He is sickened at what he has been made to do and haunted by his victims. Jane is also sickened when she learns how Cromwell - and her husband - have benefited financially from the closure of the abbeys. Suitors are put forward for Mary, a Portuguese alliance being favoured. Jane gives birth to a son but dies shortly afterwards. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Aske was approximately twenty years younger than portrayed by Gerald McSorley. The real life Aske did not have a family. He was a bachelor lawyer. See more »

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Sir Francis Bryan: [Having sex standing up behind the drapes during a court dance] This is madness!
Sir Francis Bryan: I like madness!
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Version of The Tudors: Lady in Waiting (2008) See more »

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