In our latest “Rome” re-watch, two couples make it to the altar, but you’ll only count one happy person in the lot.
In this week’s “Rome” re-watch, Vorenus and Pullo almost kill each other crowd-surfing, while Mark Antony really hates Cicero’s Yelp review. Also: We see the origin of the phrase, “Don’t kill the messenger.”
Hang onto your head – and your stomach!
In this week’s “Rome” re-watch, Vorenus dares the gods, Octavian defies his mother’s lover, and Mark Antony crosses paths with the woman who will change his world and only the entire world.
It’s a rich character-driven episode, is what I’m saying.
Pillow talk alters the course of an empire.
Just another gripping, unexpected hour from television’s greatest historical drama.
Everyone is looking for the approval of the gods in this week’s “Rome,” but only Caesar seems to understand that the wheels of fortune can be greased.
Also! James Purefoy is stark naked. You’re welcome!
You don’t need any greater invitation to dive in.