When the rebels receive news of someone they care about, Spartacus must decide whether saving one person is worth risking the lives of many.

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To impress his influential father in law more then far more prestigious colleague-praetor Varinius, who is allowed to preside over the latest games, and local magnate Seppius, whose privately recruited men are presently hunting Spartacus, general Glaber is desperate to catch the runaway gladiators, who pillage the region bloodily. Ashur promises to find them by torture-questioning Oenomaus, a daunting task give his pain tolerance, but finally outsmarts the disgraced instructor. Agron reports a captured Roman knew where Naevia died miserably, but his new Syrian protégé Nasir can't stand how that mentally wrecks Crixus and ends up revealing she's actually in the Lucanian mines, a slow death by sordid toil. Spartacus overrules Agron's refusal to risk the whole revolt for a single loved one, so they impersonate liberated fresh slaves and slain slavers to intrude the mine. Time runs out when Ashur arrives with Glaber's soldiers and quickly spots a few runaways, the others seem hopelessly ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Cynthia Addai-Robinson replaced Lesley-Ann Brandt as Naevia. See more »

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Spartacus is OFFICIALLY back!!
11 February 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Now that I have seen the third episode to the newest instalment of Spartacus, I am deeply relieved that this show is once again restored to its former glory. The first few episodes I had to adjust to what was going on, including the new characters and of course the new Spartacus. But, now I can say with a very clear mind that Spartacus is OFFICIALLY back, and it definitely is coming back with a vengeance, which is a title well deserved.

At first, I was just like everyone else wondering what the new Spartacus had to offer. He definitely delivered in the first two episodes, but it was still hard to grasp that the recent Andy Whitfield has past (RIP) and has been replaced. But, as usual... The cast and crew of this amazing epic of a show did not disappoint in this weeks episode. May the gods favour all of them.


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