Borgia (2011–2014)
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The Serpent Rises 

Rodrigo addresses the Cardinals. Upon receiving a letter of condolence from della Rovere, Rodrigo invites him back to Rome and dismisses Giulia. After Cesare informs him that Juan killed ... See full summary »

Director:

Metin Hüseyin

Writers:

Kyle Bradstreet (story editor), Kevin Deiboldt (staff writer) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Nacho Aldeguer ... Pedro Calderón
Scott Cleverdon ... Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba
John Doman ... Rodrigo Borgia
Marc Duret ... Guillaume Briçonnet
Isolda Dychauk ... Lucrezia Borgia
Ivan G'Vera ... Giorgio Schiavone
Marta Gastini ... Giulia Farnese
Dave Legeno ... Guidobaldo de Montefeltro
Art Malik ... Francesc Gacet
Christian McKay ... Ascanio Sforza
Diarmuid Noyes ... Alessandro Farnese
Amber Rose Revah ... Maacah Bat-Talmai
Mark Ryder ... Cesare Borgia
Victor Schefé ... Johann Burchard
Assumpta Serna ... Vannozza Catanei
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Storyline

Rodrigo addresses the Cardinals. Upon receiving a letter of condolence from della Rovere, Rodrigo invites him back to Rome and dismisses Giulia. After Cesare informs him that Juan killed their halfbrother Pedro Luis, Rodrigo sends him back to Valencia. Rodrigo denies Lucrezia's request to marry Pedro Caldes. He orders her to become a nun and care for Juan's orphaned children. Written by Anonymous

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Details

Release Date:

2011 (France) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

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Goofs

Juan confides Lucrezia that he had his wife murdered for abandoning him. In real life, Juan's wife Maria Enriques outlived her husband for about 40 years. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Site Excavator: [uncovering a figure] Hey! Hey!
Rodrigo Borgia: [shift to viewing of the excavated sculpture] The Laocoon, a relic from the magnificent days of ancient Rome. A cautionary tale, the high priest Laocoon tried to warn the Trojans about the large wooden horse. Fear the Greeks, even bearing gifts. The goddess Athena, as revenge, sent a serpent, which rose from the sea to destroy Laocoon and his sons. The Trojans believed that Laocoon's death proved him wrong. God may destroy a man, but the man may still ...
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