Ragnar, Athelstan, & Floki's fates were intertwined from the start.
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If Ragnar is thinking of becoming a Christian, it's safe to assume Floki will turn away from the King. Is this what the episode has in store for us? Tune in Thursday to find out!
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Athelstan appears quite surprised in this image. What is Ragnar telling the ex-monk? Is it possible he's asking to become a Christian? The episode title is "Born Again" after all.
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Ragnar and Athelstan have always been close, much to Floki's disappointment. What is next for the three of them?
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Will Lagertha take part in the Paris raid? Does Ragnar have a plan for Kalf, or did he truly turn his back on his ex-wife?
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Ragnar's fleet will sail up the Seine and he'll see Paris for the first time. Historically, the West Frankish king paid a hefty ransom for the Northmen to withdraw their forces.
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Judith is in a very delicate position. Will Aethelwulf embrace the child or resent his wife?
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Are Athelstan and Judith the show's Romeo and Juliet? Lovers torn between two completely different worlds.
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Vikings Quotes

Ragnar: What do you see?
Bjorn: Power, the power of a king.
Ragnar: Power is always dangerous. It attracts the worst and corrupts the best. I never asked for power. Power is only given to those who are prepared to lower themselves to pick it up.

Ebert: You and I, we understand each other. That is why we are allies, and will remain so.
Ragnar: Do you think you're a good man?
Ebert: Yes, I think so. Are you a good man?
Ragnar: Yes, I think so. Are you corrupt?
Ebert: Oh yes. Are you?
Ragnar: Um hmm.