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Vikings Preview: “Breaking Point” 

Vikings Preview: “Breaking Point”
Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/HISTORY
Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/HISTORY
Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/HISTORY

WARNING: Spoilers for Vikings “Breaking Point”

Wow, last week’s episode of Vikings featured the characters we know and love in an unprecedented situation. They were outmatched and outplayed. The French outlasted Ragnar and his fellow raiders using clever ways to counter their enemies. There were a ton of casualties and both Ragnar and Bjorn were seriously injured. The Vikings looked stupid, to be honest. But we know this isn’t a good look for them. And it’s not one they’ll wear for long.

We also know that they’re going to figure out a way to prevail. Ragnar’s stubborn. He’s not going anywhere. Which brings us to tonight’s episode:

Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/HISTORY
Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/HISTORY

Synopsis for “Breaking Point”: The Vikings go all out for a second assault on Paris. Recognizing the desperate state of affairs for his city, Emperor Charles must make a difficult decision. In Wessex, Judith is compelled to make a difficult decision of her own.

Teases

-Ragnar’s still in a world of hurt. And he doesn’t seem to be getting better. He also continues to isolate himself. Can he trust anyone?

-The Vikings attack Paris again but this time they use a different strategy:

-We get a glimpse of what’s going on in Wessex with King Ecbert, Judith and Ecbert’s son, Aethelwulf. Plus, we check in with Aslaug as she rules the roost in Kattegat.

Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/HISTORY
Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/HISTORY

-The French take notice of Rollo’s greatness.

-Wait until you get a load of what happens at the very end of the hour.

This is the last episode before next week’s finale. Vikings airs Thursdays at 10/9c on HISTORY.

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