Juan returns from Spain with gifts after contracting a STD. He lays siege to Forli and takes Cathrina Sforza's son hostage.

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Juan returns from Spain with gifts: a panther from the New World for Lucrezia, which promptly bites her and something new for his father, a box of cigars. Juan is married but his pregnant wife has stayed behind in Spain. The Pope is pleased with the way his son's life has taken shape. Juan is suffering from syphilis however and seeks treatment from a doctor. The Pope puts Juan in command of the Papal army and sends him to lay siege to Forli Castle with authority to eliminate Catherina Sforza if she refuse to come to Rome. At Forli, Juan makes it clear what lies in store for Catherina should she refuse the Papal edict. Under a white flag, Juan takes her 15 year-old son hostage and tortures the boy in front of her. Ludovico Sforza of Milan comes to her assistance and surprises Juan's troops on the battlefield. Cesare is in Florence where Brother Savonarola is preaching in defiance of the Papal order. His young acolytes are going house to house collecting anything of value that can be ... Written by garykmcd

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The historical character that Hernando de Caballos is loosely based on, Gonzalo Fernandéz de Córdoba, was never in the New World. However, many conquistadors had served under him in Spain and Italy and held him as a hero and role model. See more »

Goofs

Lucrezia asks Juan if panthers are common in Spain and he cryptically replies "not anymore". If he means captive panthers, he's wrong, because they were common in Spanish menageries of the time. If he means wild panthers, he's technically right, but panthers (i.e. cave lions and leopards) went extinct in Spain in the Paleolithic and there is no way a 15th century man like Juan could know that. See more »

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Rodrigo Borgia: Wine?
Juan Borgia: No, I only drink water. The clarity of water gives clarity of mind.
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The Borgias Main Titles (Instrumental)
Written by Trevor Morris
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