Vikings Season 3 Episode 6 Picture Preview: Off to Paris

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Let the invasion begin!

Ragnar and his fleet sail up the Seine this week and finally catch sight of Paris.

The usurper, Kalf, arrives in Kattegat and is welcomed by Ragnar with open arms. Is the King planning to put Kalf on the front lines? Or is turning his back on Lagertha the first of many mistakes leading to Ragnar's downfall?

HISTORY released several photos from Vikings Season 3 Episode 6. From what I understand, this is an episode you don't want to miss.

Flip through the slideshow below for a hint at what Thursday's installment has in store for us:

Meanwhile, Rollo is growing somewhat more confident reflecting on the Seer’s words about his future. Historically, Rollo was founder and ruler of the Viking state that became Normandy (which comes from the word "northman"). I'd say he does pretty well for himself; wouldn't you?

Also this week, new life comes to Vikings as both Porunn and Judith deliver children. How will Bjorn and Athelstan deal with their responsibilities? Plus, if there's one thing the circle of life guarantees, it's that life goes hand in hand with death. Will another of our favorite characters join Torstein and Siggy in Valhalla? Please feel free to share your best guess in the comments below.

Does the episode title refer to the new children, or is a Viking about to convert to Christianity?

As always, if you've missed an installment and need to catch up watch Vikings online via TV Fanatic.

Vikings Season 3 Episode 6 is titled "Born Again" and airs on Thursday, March 26 at 10/9c.

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Vikings Season 3 Episode 6 Quotes

Lord, praise the Lord. I've asked for a sign. You have given me a sign. You've answered my prayers. I was blind, but now I see. I was dead, but I'm reborn. Father, hear my prayer and let my cry come unto thee.


Floki: Do you see now Ragnar? This adventure was doomed from the start. We ignored the warnings of the Gods, and so they refused to protect our farmers. And who can blame them Ragnar.
Ragnar: Believe me Floki, Aethelwulf and his father, will feel the wrath of the Gods and my revenge.