His first encounter with the now deceased Diotimos (Kelson Henderson) exposed certain faults in his management; namely, the lack of adequate food, shelter and clothing for everyone.
The taking of Sinuessa en Valle has put Spartacus (Liam McIntyre) in a peculiar position, where his army grows restless waiting for the next phase of their campaign against Rome and the surviving citizens (now in chains) begin to pay the price for their captors.
He has other issues to deal with, like the prisoners and the issues inside the city.Spartacus War of the Damned - Season.Sadly, Tiberius is the only member of the House of Crassus to make an appearance in the episode, but the ramifications of his disobeying a direct order (and nearly losing his life in the process) will likely loom large in the coming weeks.Now, Naevia and Crixus haven't ever really been the life of the party.Laeta's now left to tend to the needs of the prisoners - a role someone needed to fill, given how things began tonight.
And I'll be interested to see if anything further shell script magic packet develops between Spartacus and Laeta, who seemed to find some common ground tonight).
It seems like it has.
He's already proven to be an opportunist, willing to work for the highest bidder.
It's a great way to approach the story, as we see slaves continuously turned to soldiers as Spartacus' army grows.
Saxa saw an opportunity to give her man a gift and brought the woman back to their house to dress her in sheer fabric and present her to a drunk Gannicus when he returned from the pirate orgy that was taking place nearby.Then, to further concern as to where Spartacus army will draw the line, the bread makers hand is nearly severed by Naevia (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) after she assumed the man moved toward a sword, rather than the bread hed just killed a man for.Check out a preview for the episode below: tags: spartacus.Spartacus may have won what barely qualified as a battle, but this war is far from over.I'm just waiting for that to catch up with him.