Spartacus is betrayed by the pirates and Crassus is able to retake the city. Tiberius concocts a scheme to take out Caesar, but it doesn’t work. Join Matt and Will as they discuss episode 3×05 and 3×06 – “Blood Brothers” and “Spoils of War”.
There’s pirates, Caesar in disguise, trouble in the city the rebels captured, and a kid who doesn’t listen and is taught a lesson. And Crixus and Naevia think it might be time to go off on their own. Honestly, it’s been over 5 months since we recorded this episode, so it’s hard to remember what happened. Join Matt and Will as they discuss episode 3×03 and 3×04 – “Men of Honor” and “Decimation”.
While Spartacus and company take control of a city, Marcus Crassus enlists the help of Julius Caesar as he prepares to take on Spartacus. Join Matt and Will as they discuss episodes 3×01 and 3×02 – “Enemies of Rome” and “Wolves at the Gate”.
Gannicus returns. The arena goes up in flames. Illythia’s father is killed by her husband, who also kills Seppius. Matt and Will discuss episodes 2×05 and 2×06 – “Libertus” and “Chosen Path”.
Naevia is found. Crixus is captured. A captured Oenomaus finds out the truth about Gannicus and Melitta. Ashur and some Romans pursue Spartacus and company. Illythia plots and schemes. Matt and Will discuss episodes 2×03 and 2×04 – “The Greater Good” and “Empty Hands”.
Spartacus and his merry men terrorize Capua and seek news of Naevia. Glaber and Illythia return to the House of Batiatus and discover that Lucretia lives. Matt and Will discuss episodes 2×01 and 2×02 – “Fugitivus” and “A Place in This World”.
Batiatus’s father and Melitta die and several other people now that I think about it. Crixus becomes champion. Gannicus gains his freedom. Robin joins Matt and Will as they discuss episodes 5 and 6 – “Reckoning” and “The Bitter End”.
Batiatus’s father returns home. Crixus fights Barca’s lover. Some slimy people visit the House of Batiatus and an orgy gets out of hand. Also, we talk about clothes. Join Matt and Will as they discuss episode 3 and 4 – “Paterfamilias” and “Beneath the Mask”.