Vikings (2013– )
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With one last chance to take Paris, Ragnar and his Viking troops take a daring chance. Ragnar asks Bjorn for a favor that could change the course of Viking history.

Director:

Ken Girotti

Writers:

Michael Hirst (created by), Michael Hirst
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Travis Fimmel ... Ragnar Lothbrok
Katheryn Winnick ... Lagertha
Clive Standen ... Rollo
Gustaf Skarsgård ... Floki
Alexander Ludwig ... Bjorn Lothbrok
Ben Robson ... Kalf
Lothaire Bluteau ... Emperor Charles
Maude Hirst ... Helga
Owen Roe ... Count Odo
John Kavanagh ... The Seer
Morgane Polanski ... Princess Gisla
Huw Parmenter ... Roland
Edvin Endre ... Erlendur
Frankie McCafferty ... Sinric
Laurence Foster ... French Archbishop
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Storyline

Emperor Charles sends Count Odo with the booty that was agreed to but a month later, the vikings have yet to leave. Odo learns that Ragnar is dying and that he would like to have a Christian burial. Ragnar's conversion to Christianity does not sit well with his warriors who all agree that he cannot continue as king now that he has rejected their gods but they are simply biding their time. When the day of Ragnar's funeral arrives, he is taken to the cathedral for the funeral mass. The vikings have a surprise in store for everyone. Written by garykmcd

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

23 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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History Canada See more »
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Trivia

Actor Lothaire Bluteau is playing Emperor Charles - grandson of Charlemagne. The historical Charles the Bald's eldest brother was named Lothar. See more »

Goofs

Princess Gisla is shown dining with a fork. Personal forks as table utensils were not introduced in Western Europe until the late 10th century and did not become widespread for many more years. See more »

Quotes

Floki: [At Ragnar's coffin, emotions ranging from grief to fury and back] So then. I made you the boat that took you to fame. I made the boat that will take you to your heaven.
[Sarcastically]
Floki: Give my regards to Athelstan, by the way. You betrayed us. You betrayed your heritage. You betrayed our future. You betrayed *me*! I loved you more than anyone. I loved you more than that *priest* ever loved you. But, it made no difference. You always thought, oh, it's just Floki! No need to bother about Floki. ...
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If I Had a Heart
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Written by Karin Dreijer Andersson
Performed by Fever Ray
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Episode Subtitle: Rollo Finds a Date for the Prom
14 October 2015 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

The ultimate test of a successful series is whether it stays with you long after the viewing is over.

By that measure, this EXTRAORDINARY series is one of the grandest and most delightful surprises of all time.

It came from humble beginnings, from a network that, not so long ago, was considered "daring" simply for dramatizing the story of the Hatfields and the McCoys.

My how far HISTORY has come! This series is not merely solid in its genre but in fact the casting, the acting, the writing, the direction, the sets -- are among the most engaging and most powerful ever to visit the medium.

Using my own test, I think I will always remember the first wobbly attack on England; the nasty politics with the former Earl; Ragnar's divorce and remarriage and ultimate reunion with his ex-wife ... for battle!; the strange (and never explained) visit to their village by a Norse God and ... of course ... the two attacks on Paris, the first magnificent but unsuccessful, the second less magnificent but successful.

Wow.

This series was so strong that it elevated everyone associated with it. By happenstance, I caught a recent episode of POI that featured a guest spot by Katherine Winnick. So forgettable was she in that show that, were it not for the name, I would never have associated her with the role she played here. In VIKINGS, she developed a regal bearing and even the mannerisms befitting royalty, she stole every scene that was not nailed down ... and several that were.

A wonderful season-finale to one of the most astonishing shows of all time


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