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The Borgias: The show follows the Borgia family that rose to power in Italy during the Renaissance. Jeremy Irons leads the cast as Rodrigo Borgia who becomes Pope in 1492.

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Title: The Siege at Forli
Air Date: May 20, 2012
Runtime: 60 mins
Genres: Drama
Countries: Canada Ireland Hungary
Director: Neil Jordan
Actors: Jeremy Irons Peter Sullivan Ronan Vibert

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The Borgias ( S2 E7 ) Comments

Posted by mandyme 4 years ago
+3 | +3 / -0

The first season was good, but this season is just fabulous. The direction never ceases to amaze me and the characters are very richly drawn. Didn't realize how much I missed Juan until he came back, but I wish the pope had more faith in Cesare's military abilities. This series is steadily becoming one of my top favorites.

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Posted by BMane 3 years, 7 months ago
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Great episode, one of my favorites so far and has now firmly put in place my hatred for the Borgias. Caterina Sforza speech in this episode was fantastic, can't help but root for her. Cesare, along with his brother and his tool of an assassin are nothing but sadistic cruel little shits along with that sinning pope. The Borgias will get whats coming to them...

Posted by riddic2639 4 years ago
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Can't wait for the next one.

Posted by tehlich 4 years ago
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I think this was one of the best episodes so far.

Posted by Art_of_Metu 4 years ago
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This had to be my favorite episode since Season 1, episode 8 "The Art of War". It's no coincidence that both of these episodes featured battles where Juan was overconfident and then was eventually beaten by a bigger and better army. To be honest, I did not really miss Cesare this week, since he's had plenty of screen time the past three weeks while Juan was in Spain. I was disappointed that they never showed us what was going on in Spain, but the most important thing we learned was that Juan's wife is already pregnant with his heir. Compared to the siege at Forli, the Della Rovere and Savonarola storylines did seem slow. I guess Lucrezia's storyline did develop because it looks like she will marry the one brother and have an affair with the other. And I cannot say it enough, but David Oakes deserves an Emmy award, or at the very least, the nomination for Best Supporting Actor. I would like to see him receive a Golden Globe nomination next year as well.

Posted by MegTheRipper 4 years ago
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This show is fantastic. Keeps getting better.

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Posted by army1959 3 years ago
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juan is a little chicken shit

Posted by Leggz4dayz114 3 years, 1 month ago
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It looks as though once again, Juan has bitten off more than he can chew...

Posted by ApparentlyNot 3 years, 3 months ago
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What a great episode. I cringed all throughout the Florence scenes and they just had to say Botticelli twice, ugh my heart. Machiavelli makes me laugh, he is wonderfully sharp and sassy. Lady Sforza is a force to be reckoned with. This show gets better and better. Bravo.

Posted by Hexadecimal 3 years, 4 months ago
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Oh my... Did Juan just take an arrow in the knee?

Posted by Solo713 4 years ago
+1 | +2 / -1

A smorgasbord in the follies of religion, greed and power. Wonderful insight to the underlying interests of each character portrayed in this episode. Well Done! Enjoy!!!

Posted by diarim23 4 years ago
+1 | +1 / -0

Great episode. Just wish we didn't have to wait TWO WHOLE WEEKS for the next episode :(

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