"Series Finale"

It all comes to an end on The Tudors this week, as Henry is forced to surrender Boulogne. He retreats more and more into himself with death clearly imminent.

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Sorry, Lord Surrey. But you must pay the ultimate penalty this week for losing 600 men in battle. It's been nice knowing you!

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Triumphant Henry

The defeat of the French in Boulogne comes costs the lives of thousands of Henry's men on this week's episode. As a result, the king return homes in triumph.

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Henry marries Catherine on this episode of The Tudors, his sixth and final wife. She's determined to be a loving stepmother to the King's children, who are excited about her in return.

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To everyone's shock, King Henry orders a new Act of Parliament this week. It restores the succession rights of his two daughters, which will lead to major ramifications.

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On this week's episode, the king is horrified to learn about his queen's past and present affairs. As a result, he banishes her from court and even tortures suspects.

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On this week's episode, King Henry's warm welcome in the North reinvigorates him. however, his queen's past soon catches up to her when an ex-lover shows up with threats of blackmail.

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This is the third episode of season four. During it Henry forgives those that betrayed him.

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This is the second episode of season four. During the hour, the King must leave his own party early.

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"Season Four Premiere"

Katherine Howard causes problems this week. It's the premiere of season four.

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The Tudors Quotes

For he who possesses the heir to the throne will very soon possess the throne itself.

Surrey

Whenever has innocence been cause to save a man's life when the King deems him unfit to live in the commonwealth? The law is whatever his majesty says it is.

Lord Hartford
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