- Starring: Travis Fimmel, Katheryn Winnick, Clive Standen, Gustaf Skarsgard, Alexander Ludwig, Alyssa Sutherland, Lothaire Bluteau, John Kavangh, Peter Franzén, Jasper Paakkonen, Alex Hogh, Marco Ilso, David Lindstrom, Jordan Patrick Smith, Linus Roache
- Network: History
- Genre: Historical-Drama
Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) is back and is already causing a stir. With Ragnar’s absence, Bjorn has formulated a plan to travel across the Mediterranean Sea, and Floki and his halfbrothers plan to go with him. All but Ivar (Alex Hogh), who is the only one who seems to hold an ounce of respect for Ragnar.
Tension seem a little tight between the four brothers, Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith), Sigurd (David Lindstrom), Hvitserk (Marco Ilso), and Ivar over a servant girl that all but Ivar has hooked up with. Not only that, but it almost seems like Ivar is starting to feel envious, and angry over not having use of his legs, and nearly takes out his frustrations out on the servant girl.
Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) is alive and well after receiving a sword through the shoulder, and has found herself a new love interest, Astrid. But with a surprise visit, and chat with Ragnar, it looks like the two are regretting the way things went down between them. Ragnar even going so far has to say that he wishes he never left their little farm. Things could be on the mend for the two of them, considering that Ragnar hasn’t been gone to see his wife, Aslaug.
The only other people who are happy to see Ragnar and Floki (Gustaf Skarsgard) and Helga (Maude Hirst) who welcome him into their home. But unfortunately it wasn’t all happy smiles has Floki tells Ragnar that he is going with Bjorn, and Ragnar says goodbye to Floki and that there’s a chance they will not meet again.
Before Ragnar returns to Kattegat, he attempts to hang himself, but the rope is peaked until breaking point by a group of ravens. At Kattegat, Ragnar and Ivar shares a little heart to heart, while Ivar expresses how much he needed his father, and agrees to go with Ragnar to England.
Catch Vikings on History Channel Wednesday.
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