Okay, here we go, we now cut to the present. Containing all of the blood-soaked action, exotic sexuality, and villainy and heroism that has come to distinguish the series, the tale of Spartacus resumes in epic fashion. When he is about to drink, Lucretia appears and tells about her pregnancy, revealing to him that it's his son. The entire brotherhood shouts in compliance and rushes in frenzy to attack the Roman soldiers for abusing them. The slaves head outside, on a mission to topple the entire Republic. As Doctore walks by Agron remarks that he would kill Doctore, but Spartacus tells him that Doctore is an honorable man and he will not have him dead, nor any other.
Say, why do you ask? The next day, Spartacus tells Batiatus' plan to and , and Crixus trains once more. Spartacus speaks to Crixus about the celebration and his desire to rebel, but Crixus refuses to join, instead desiring to achieve his freedom in the arena and win the coin needed to find. Synopsis The episode starts with Spartacus and Crixus fighting each other, and shows what had happened the previous two days via flashbacks Spartacus is training with , and trying to convince him to join the rebellion. Aurelia tells him all the good things Varro had done for her and , telling him that he was not a perfect man, but he was hers. Meanwhile, arrives at Batiatus' office, bringing a poison from Marcellus.
The words are repeated often thoughout the series. You really are self-absorbed and clueless. Onomatopoeia sees Ash-hole crawling on the ground, and looks at him with murder in his eyes. She also tells him that she wants him back with her, but Crixus rejects her, revealing that he truly loved. No one is holding anything over her anymore.
Crixus then walks away, giving her a final look of disgust. But not all battles are fought upon the sands. Spartacus, falsely accused of betraying the Roman commander he pledged his allegiance to, is imprisoned and sent to the Amphitheater of Capua to be executed. The dying Batiatus collapses to his knees and crawls on the ground, almost reaching his wife before he finally dies. Batiatus grabs a sword and clashes with the gladiator, managing to kill him. Torn from his homeland and the woman he loves, Spartacus is condemned to the brutal world of the arena where blood and death are primetime entertainment. How many more must die?! Spartacus is presented the choice of satisfying his personal need for vengeance against the man that condemned his wife to slavery and eventual death or making the larger sacrifices necessary to keep his budding army from breaking apart.
Oenomaus chases after him but fails to find him, so he goes up to the Villa. He must become a legend. In another part of the villa, Ash-hole hits on Oh-Really, who tells him she hopes Spartacus dies. Lucretia tells Aurelia to take and conceal themselves. Doctore appears, nodding to Spartacus to indicate that they are on the same side- but at the same time is horrified by the massacre. Oenomaus finds Ashur and confronts him, saying that he had infected the honor of the house. Meanwhile, Spartacus is overpowering Crixus due to the poison taking effect.
Finding out that Batiatus had his wife killed, Spartacus leads a revolt against Batiatus and sets both gladiator and slave alike free from the Ludus. Spartacus and other are eating. When the celebration begins, most of Capua's elite Romans arrive: among them , his wife , friends of , and others. Sorry, but no do overs. But what am I going to do with my Friday nights? Batiatus makes his presentation and commands Crixus and Spartacus to begin combat.
But, you know, kinda awesome, too. Batiatus summons Spartacus, revealing to him about the celebration they planned except for the plot against Crixus. In the ludus, the gladiators are all chained up and eating, when Spartacus and the German Hotties discuss their plans. Batiatus says to him that he wanted to change his status to a politician, ascending to the position Aedile. Alone in the cell, Spartacus tries to convince her to join their cause. What did you think of the last episode of this season of? Ashur tells him that if he would kill a defenseless man, he would lose his honor, so Oenomaus throws him a sword. He would leave the legacy of his family to Doctore, granting him freedom due to the fact that he is trusted more than any other slave.
I mean, they might actually kill each other. This was the best show on television, especially this final episode. Good luck with that, Sparty, because Crisco always does exactly what you ask him to. We cut back to the present, and Numerical and Paris have a few words about how Crisco is a much better match against Sparty than Varro was, which is of course overheard by Oh-Really. Ashur hid himself among the bodies of the Roman Soldiers. Numerical and Paris also exchange knowing looks about how they bumped naughty bits and plotted against Sparty. Sparty asks her to make sure the gate the villa is left open while he an Crixus cross swords not like that, you pervs! But the final time we see him before his death scene, he kills a guard and unlocks his cuffs.