Borgia: Season 1, Episode 4

Wisdom of the Holy Spirit (2011)

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The Conclave continues, as no single Cardinal has received enough votes to be elected Pope. Rodrigo visits della Porta, hoping to gain his votes, and outlines the consequences of what will ... See full summary »

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The Conclave continues, as no single Cardinal has received enough votes to be elected Pope. Rodrigo visits della Porta, hoping to gain his votes, and outlines the consequences of what will happen depending on who is elected Pope -- war with Naples or Milan, Rome slaughtered. Rodrigo emphasizes his neutrality on these issues, making him best suited to be elected. Written by Anonymous

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Alessandro Farnese: If a person ceased to feel guilt, he would no longer be a person. When we accept our sins, responsibility for our actions, that is when we approach the Divine.
Cesare Borgia: Are your words worth the air they fill?
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