Ragnar seeks to equip his voyage to Wessex, even while being warned that the gods have deserted him. Bjorn prepares to fulfill his dream of exploring the Mediterranean.

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Ragnar seeks to equip his voyage to Wessex, even while being warned that the gods have deserted him. Bjorn prepares to fulfill his dream of exploring the Mediterranean.

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Within the 38th minute two dragon boat crew members pretend to be rowing with their hands empty. First a younger rower can be seen at the left hand side, in the background. The man is last but one rower at the right side of the boat and is moving back and forth as if he was rowing but actually he can be seen not holding the paddle. Then, in the next shot, when Ragnar walks along the boat toward Ivar, the last rower keeps rowing with empty hands. See more »

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Astonishing power for a 4th season episode
4 January 2017 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

TV shows are like people. Over time they get old, worn out and they die.

Today in the multichannel highly competitive entertainment universe, many shows are burnt out by Season 4 -- assuming they even make it to season 4 in the first place. The scripts tend to become wooden as the writers run out of ideas. Sometimes (too often) the producers will even introduce a profound change in the primary story arc in the hope of "waking up" viewers and generating new buzz. (See for example, Suits and Blacklist, where the main arc was turned upside down in Season 4 -- with very dubious results).

Which is why this episode was such a treat. Here we are in mid Season 4 and this series -- which will be considered a classic to future generations -- not only maintains quality but continues to astonish and captivate.

Alex Høgh Andersen as Ivar in particular steals all his scenes.

Props to Michael Hirst and his team. Stunning.


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