Watch The Borgias Season 2 Episode 8 Online. Since Francois Arnaud and David Oakes have both been so fantastic during The Borgias second season, it's a shame that the series has had such a difficult time showcasing them in the same episode. "The Siege at Forli" was yet another example of this mishap as Cesare Borgia was sidelined for the majority of the hour.
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From his triumphant return, to his battlefield tactics, Juan Borgia was quite the standout once again. It felt so good to have him back, especially when his return meant a pet panther and cigars for the pope. Watch The Borgias Season 2 Episode 8 Online I'm not sure which was more fun, watching the then unheard of cat bite the finger of Lucrezia, or watching Juan explain to Rodrigo and everyone else what the then unheard of cigars were and did.
Watch The Borgias Season 2 Episode 8 Online. It wasn't all panthers and puffing for the second son, though. He also made his way to Forli to take out the great Catherina Sforza in battle. Watch The Borgias Season 2 Episode 8 Online What made his inevitable failure, and the quasi betrayal by his brother Cesare, so epic, was the feeling of superiority he and Rodrigo had going during their fireside chat early in the hour.
The father, sorry Holy Father, was proud that his boy had become a man, and truly felt that Juan was going to wipe out Catherina and take her back to Rome completely compliant.
If Juan died in that moment, would Cesare benefit from being put in charge of the Papal Army? Or would the Pope still demand he stay a Cardinal? Watch The Borgias Season 2 Episode 8 Online Who knows? Cesare was sure willing to take that risk.
In the meantime, the other stories going on are maturing at a snail-like pace. Della Rovere has been training his martyr for ages, Savonarola and his kids continued to preach in the streets, and the courtship of Lucrezia Borgia is still moving forward.
With only three episodes remaining in the second season of The Borgias, we can only hope that all of the side plots come to a head in the near future. We could potentially be in for quite a conclusion, especially if both Cesare and Juan get involved simultaneously!