The Last Kingdom Season 2 Episode 4
S2E4 Episode 4
Episode 4 (S2E4) is the Fourth episode of season Two of "The Last Kingdom" released on Thursday April 06, 2017 on Netflix (3 years ago). This episode got 739 Facebook reactions and 392 tweets during the month of the release.
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Guthred’s lack of judgement has divided Northumbria. Having sworn his allegiance to Alfred once again, Uhtred must travel North to defeat the brothers Erik and Sigefrid, take back Eoferwic and reassert Guthred’s authority. Alfred spots an opportunity to remind Guthred of his duty to Wessex and sends Aethelwold to join Uhred’s riding party. But with the responsibility of ensuring Eoferwic’s future as a Christian region thrust upon him, Aethelwold’s judgement becomes clouded. Joining Brida and Ragnar’s men in Loidis, Uhtred and the others discuss a plan of attack and turn their attention to Dunholm. Ragnar is intent on avenging Kjartan: can Uhtred come to his aid without defying Alfred? Meanwhile, a confrontation with the Northmen brings a shocking turn of events and elsewhere, hostility is rife when Sven attempts to reason with Thyra. But will she want to hear what her captive has to say?
Uthred and Ragnar’s mission consists of two parts: the first, to defeat Sigefrid and Erik to ensure the pair can get Guthred’s loyalty, the second, to besiege Dunholm (modern day Durham) so they can end their blood feud. This is the pure action-adventure fun the season has been lacking. There are two major sequences: the first being a stealthy mission where Uthred and two of his warriors infiltrate a Danish camp, with the other being the Battle of Dunholm. Both styles of action are pleasing and fans of violence could easily find something to enjoy. Throats are slit, limbs are dismembered, and soldiers battle to the death. The battle of Dunholm is the big set-piece, yet the most intense moment is when Ragnar fights Kjartan one-on-one, allowing all his pent up rage to come up <...> - via Entertainment Fuse [Kieran Freemantle]