Joey doesn't share food, and King Horik (Donal Logue) doesn't share power.
After weeks of growing tension with Ragnar (Travis Fimmel), Horik is finally ready to betray his ally on Thursday's epic Vikings finale — and he won't be alone.
The penultimate episode ended with Ragnar's right-hand man Floki (Gustaf Skarsgard) seemingly eager to accept Horik's proposition, one that would not only take out the former farmer but also his children. And while it didn't take a Seer to see Horik's treachery coming, Floki's duplicity cuts deep. Though, we can't say we don't understand. Floki is, first and foremost, a devoutly spiritual man and Ragnar's growing tolerance of Christianity, combined with his mounting arrogance, provided an easy in for Horik with the ship-maker.
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[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from Tuesday'sSupernatural: Bloodlines. Read on at your own risk!]
Marie Avgeropoulos, Bob Morley
You'd think capturing one of the grounders would be a good thing, but the imprisonment of her former captor doesn't jibe too well with Octavia on Wednesday's The 100.
After her brother strings up and beats the man who protected her in captivity, Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) begs Bellamy (Bob Morley) to go easy on him. But Bellamy, who doesn't seem to believe in rational thought or nuance, refuses any mercy, insisting, "We need to know what we're up against, how many there are and why they're killing us!"
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Fargo's Lorne Malvo is quite the mystery. He's also a snake charmer, various aspects of the animal kingdom and a rock star, if you ask Billy Bob Thornton.
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While discussing the FX drama with TVGuide.com, Thornton used an array of colorful analogies to describe the enigmatic character. What better way to get to know Malvo than through the eyes of the actor who plays him? Here are 10 things Malvo is like, according to Thornton:
For better or for worse, Supernatural: Bloodlines is finally here. Set in Chicago, the potential spin-off features fledgling hunter Ennis (Lucien Laviscount), who discovers Chicago is run by five Mafioso monster families, including shape-shifters David (Nathaniel Buzolic) and Margo Hayden (Danielle Savre) and werewolves Julian (Sean Faris) and Violet Durant (Melissa Roxburgh).
But how will Bloodlines compare to Supernatural? Read on for seven things to expect from the anticipated pilot:
The Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik has become as famous for her non-traditional parenting philosophies as she has her acting. In the latest issue of InTouch, the proponent for attachment parenting once again defended her decision to breast-feed her son until he was 4.
Even two-time Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Kate Upton feels uncomfortable in a bikini — at least sometimes.
In the model's film debut The Other Woman, Upton filmed a scene in which she runs down a beach in a teeny white bikini. But while you'd never guess from looking at the footage, Upton revealed she was "uncomfortable" shooting the scantily clad scene on Good Morning America Wednesday.
Heather Graham is the latest actress to speak out about the problems of misogyny in Hollywood. During a discussion about being typecast in "sexy" roles, the Boogie Nights rollergirl and Californication "MILF" told Esquire that the movie business is "totally sexist."
"If you look at all the movies being made these days, eighty percent of them are about men," Graham said.