The Borgias

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"The Face of Death"

Micheletto and Cesare attempt to hunt down the assassin while Pope Alexander struggles to survive after being poisoned on the season 3 premiere of The Borgias.

"The Confession"

The family is left in shock on the season two finale of The Borgias. Elsewhere, Cesare tortures Savonarola.

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"World of Wonders"

It's Easter on The Borgias this week. Elsewhere, Lucrezia's lover asks her father for her hand in marriage.

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"Truth and Lies"

Juan makes up a tale this week regarding his "battle wounds." But Cesare is determined to learn the truth.

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"The Siege at Forli"

Alexander sends his son to take down the castle of Catherina Sforza this week on The Borgias.

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"Day of Ashes"

Alexander is convinced that God has sent out a message of disapproval on this episode of The Borgias. It's titled "Day of Ashes."

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"The Choice"

On this episode of The Borgias, The pope sends Cesare to the castle of the Sforzas. Why? To demand their allegiance.

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"Stray Dogs"

Micheletto helps Cesare recruit mercenaries on this episode of The Borgias. It's all about revenge.

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"The Beautiful Deception"

Alexander tells Lucrezia that Paolo can't have a Christian burial because he committed suicide and she takes her grief out on her baby on The Borgias.

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"Paolo"

Paolo arrives in Rome this week. He hopes to reunite with Lucrezia and their child on the latest episode of The Borgias.

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The Borgias Quotes

Woman: You're a cleric?
Cesare: Didn't you notice?
Woman: There was nothing ecclesiastical about you last night.

You will fight like dogs over this corpse I leave, for this throne of Saint Peter's, but it was pure once.

Pope Innocent