When you watch Reign Season 2 Episode 6 online you will be engrossed in an adventure that two Queens have on the run. Watch Reign online now.

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On Reign Season 2 Episode 6, Mary decides to tag along with Catherine on a trip to Beauvais. She doesn't know all is not as it seems with Catherine, however, and things go sour -- but not between the two women! Catherine and Mary make a heck of a team. When left to their own devices and unable to use their status as leverage, can they make it on their own? Would the be willing to do what is necessary to survive? Do you really have any doubt? Watch and enjoy as Catherine and Mary live by their wits and outshine the men around them. You'll also get a peek at the flirtation going on between Lola and Narcisse. He's a dog, but she's none the wiser because Francis is keeping his secrets to himself. Will she be able to stand up to the roguish Lord? Find out all about it when you watch Reign online!

Episode Details

On Reign Seasoon 2 Episode 6, after their carriage is overcome by angry peasants, the Mary and Catherine are forced to flee into the woods on foot!

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Reign Season 2 Episode 6 Quotes

Mary: But peasants? You have never cared about them.
Catherine: Oh! I may not care about peasants individually, but in general, I care a great deal. And so should you. Our gowns, our crowns, our chateaus - they all depend on the good will of the commoner for a very good reason. There are 20 million of them and one small family of royals. We must have their love. Thank heavens I can buy it.

Mary: Francis, I don't want to play a part with you. I don't want to pretend that I am happy when I am not.
Francis: Mary...
Mary: I know that I insisted you tell me what was wrong, but it was harsh to hear just the same. I didn't realize how disappointed you were for not giving you a child, but I am glad that you were honest with me. That's what we need the most from each other. Give me time. I'll come to terms with it.