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'Vikings' season 2 episode 3 preview: 'Treachery' - Spoiler Alert

Ragnar is threatening clergy in Wessex.
Ragnar is threatening clergy in Wessex.
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"Treachery", the all new episode 3 in History's hit series "Vikings", which will air on Thursday, March 13, at 10/9 pm central, will show just that: treachery on all fronts.

With Jarl Borg excluded from the raids in the West, he feels betrayed and is out for revenge. And what better target for his anger, than the unprotected village of Kattgat? With Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) and his Vikings gone on the raids, who is left to defend the women and children?

Rollo (Clive Standen)! Will this be his chance to redeem himself in the eyes of his brother Ragnar, when he rallies the villagers around him to defend their home?

Meanwhile, Ragnar, King Horick (Donal Logue) and their men are moving through Wessex on their raid, where Athelstan (George Blagden) betrays his old Christian faith, when he aids his new brothers in raiding a church. King Ecbert (Linus Roache) is ready to stand his ground though. This will not be an easy raid for Ragnar.

Fans will also get to see the return of Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) and her now grown son, Bjorn. She seems to have remarried to an abusive husband and her son is not happy: "What would Ragnar say?"

Finally a son is born. Ragnar's and Aslaug's child makes his arrival while Ragnar is gone. Aslaug names him Sigurt, after her father. And because of a distinct mark in his right eye, she adds "Sigurt, Snake-in-the-Eye." What will the future hold for this child? Will it be good or evil?

Find out on an all new episode of "Vikings" this Thursday, March 13, at 10/9 pm central on History.

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