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, the younger generation is making all sorts of power moves.
Luckily, the folks with a few years on them are there to snap them back – and maybe even snap their necks.
In this week’s especially dark “Rome” re-watch, Atia just wants some lunch, Servilia would like to pray in peace, Octavian can’t understand why no one recognizes him, and Timon picks the worst moment to demand a new job description.
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.
Fasten your seatbelts on this week’s “Rome” for a round-robin of betrayals and a plot twist so questionable, the characters practically break the fourth wall to complain to HBO.
But hey! There’s a shocking act of violence that gets everything back on track.