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Tonight, Vikings returns for its fourth season on History Channel. As the third season ended, Ragnar was growing weak, and in his final days he turned to Christianity, deciding he wanted a Christian burial. Count Odo agreed to let this happen as long as the men who brought his body to the church were unarmed. After some very teary good-byes, Ragnar’s boat-shaped coffin was brought into the Paris cathedral. However, Ragnar suddenly emerged from his coffin and held a knife to the Emperor, while the other Vikings armed themselves with swords from the boat. Ragnar killed the bishop, and the emperor fainted in fear. Ragnar freed the princess he had taken captive before making his way across the bridge to the Viking camp. The others were surprised to see that Ragnar was still alive – while his son Bjorn was overjoyed, the others didn’t seem too pleased by the deception. The Vikings decided to leave Paris but planned to return in the spring, and so Rollo was left behind in Frankia until they returned. The emperor came up with a plan to get back at Ragnar – he offered his daughter Gisla’s hand in marriage to Rollo, offering to make him a Duke. Meanwhile, on the boat back to Kattegat, Ragnar told Floki that he knows he was the one who killed the priest Athelstan.
So what adventures does this new season hold? Will the Vikings make their way back to Paris? How will Ragnar react to Rollo’s latest betrayal? And how will Rollo’s new position come into play? Speaking of betrayal, how will Ragnar make Floki pay for his actions against Athelstan? Is Ragnar through with Christianity, or will this continue to be a divisive point between him and the other men?
If you need to catch up on the series, History Channel will be marathoning the second half of season 2 followed by the entire third season today, leading up to tonight’s premiere.
On tonight’s premiere, “A Good Treason,” a dangerously ill Ragnar returns to Kattegat, where his suspected death kicks off a scramble to succeed him. Meanwhile, Lagertha engages in a power struggle with her calculating, former second in command, Kalf; Rollo betrays his heritage and remains in Frankia; and Floki pays the price for his brutality against the Christian priest.
See how the season starts tonight on History Channel at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Big Bang Theory, Life in Pieces, Grey’s Anatomy, You, Me, and the Apocalypse, The Blacklist, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The 100, Top Chef, Recipe for Deception, and Workaholics.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Oh my gosh! There’s going to be a Bernie/Wolowitz baby! On last week’s Valentine’s Day-themed episode, there was a lot going on, but the big news was the reveal (to the audience!) that Bernadette is pregnant. She was planning on telling Wolowitz later that night, but they found a little bunny rabbit in the hot tub and nursed it back to health, so she put her plans on hold, after talking to herself (ie: the audience) about being pregnant. My question is… If she’s pregnant, was she REALLY planning on getting into the hot tub? Really poor planning on the writers’ part! Shame! LMAO
Besides that, Penny and Leonard tried to have a nice dinner out, but they didn’t want to wait an hour for their table, and then they got worried after the host called Penny “ma’am.” Are they old? Of course not. But they’re definitely at the age where they aren’t YOUNG anymore, and they realized that when they tried to figure out something else to do and nothing sounded good that they wouldn’t have to stay up too late for. I loved when they came running into the apartment looking like drunk Cupids, throwing confetti everywhere. LOL
Then of course, there was Amy and Sheldon, who did his first “live” episode of Fun with Flags – and his one and only Valentine’s gift for Amy was the inclusion of her name in the title (Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farrah Fowler present Fun with Flags starring Sheldon Cooper, or something to that effect). Still, it seemed like a step (or something. LOL) for Sheldon, so… Of course, the only callers they had were Kripke, who was lonely, and Raj, who was crying because he’d broken up with Emily the day before Valentine’s Day in order to be with Claire, who basically turned him down. Oops. (Raj is an idiot. Just sayin’. LOL)
On tonight’s episode, “The Positive Negative Reaction,” when the gang finds out about Bernadette’s pregnancy, they celebrate by singing karaoke. Also, Bernadette is concerned when Wolowitz freaks out over her pregnancy announcement, and Wolowitz is convinced he must make more money to provide for the baby.
To see how Wolowitz handles the news that he’s going to be a daddy, tune in to CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Top Chef, 2 Broke Girls, Beat Bobby Flay, Colony, & Recipe for Deception.