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"The Usurper" is the fifth episode of the third season of Vikings. It is the twenty-fourth episode of the series overall. It first aired on March 19, 2015. It was written by creator Michael Hirst and directed by Helen Shaver.

Synopsis Edit

The fleet returns to Kattegat to find tragic circumstances await. Lagertha learns that her Earldom has been usurped and convinces Ragnar to travel to Hederby with her in an effort to reclaim her title. Ragnar causes great surprise when he announces the next raid. The Seer has interesting prophecies for Rollo.

PlotEdit

The Vikings return to Kattegat, and the women learn of Torstein's death as the men learn of Siggy's. Ragnar is suspicious of why Siggy was watching the children instead of Aslaug. Floki becomes even more outspoken about his anger against Christians, and against Athelstan. Helga tells Floki about Harbard, and he claims that Harbard is a god. Aethelwulf learns that Judith is with Athelstan’s child, and is sent to the settlement to quash issues between settlers and Christians after the Christians burned down one of the houses of the Northmen. A messenger arrives in Kattegat to tell Lagertha that her earl-ship has been usurped by Kalf, she asks Ragnar to assist her in retrieving her position. Ragnar tells the men that they will raid and conquer Paris in the spring. Ragnar accompanies Lagertha to speak with Kalf, although he decides to not help fight for Lagertha's earl-dom. Aethelwulf leads a group of soldiers to the settlement, but instead of peace, decides instead to kill them. Floki tells Ragnar that Aslaug slept with Harbard and tells him that Harbard was simply another name for Odin. King Ecbert finds out that the nobles and his son killed the settlers. He asks to speak privately with his son where he reveals that it was his plan from the beginning and never wanted to allow the Northmen to settle on his land.

Cast Edit

MainEdit

Guest StarringEdit

Additional Cast (in order of appearance)Edit

  • Michael Hough as Warrior 2
  • Jack Hickey as Warrior 3
  • Ciarán McGlynn as Saxon 2 Farmstead
  • Marty Maguire as Second Saxon Noble
  • Muiris Crowley as Third Saxon Noble
  • Jill Harding as Judith's Maid
  • Cathál Ó'Hallin as Hvitserk
  • Cormac Melia as Ubbe
  • Steve Wall as Einar

UncreditedEdit

  • Unknown Baby Actor as Ivar

TriviaEdit

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