Well, it’s a Vikings film, a cruel, brutal epic action film, that tells a story of the Barbaric Vikings clan, pirating and scavenging what ever thing that stands on their way. In Vikings new episode, viewers have no option rather than say a goodbye to Ragnar’s (Travis Fimmel) second wife on Wednesday’s episode, titled “In the Uncertain Hour Before the Morning,” after she was shot in the back by Ragnar’s first love, Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick).

“She knows she’s done,” Sutherland said of Aslaug’s thoughts just before her death. “I think she knows exactly what’s going to happen to her. What’s left is how.”

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Viewers watched, as Aslaug deliver one last “dig,” in Sutherland’s words, to Ragnar’s former wife, as Lagertha agreed to Aslaug’s surrender and request for just a safe passage out of Kattegat, only to shoot an arrow into her back when she turned to leave. This move might just have been built up by “20 years of history” Lagertha told Aslaug she’ll never forgive her in the previous episode, then she effected her promise with a literal shot in the back.


“The Vikings scene that brought Ragnar’s second wife death was a thrilling one, though, emotional, but thrilling! I think all she’s ever wanted is for Ragnar to be kind and tender with her,” she confessed.

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“When I was in Ireland, I would live with Maude. We lived together each season, and we are, in fact, incredibly close. She’s a dear friend of mine, and I remember going, ‘Oh, I’m going to have to tell Maude,'” Sutherland revealed, explaining that she remembers very clearly stopping for “a six-pack or a bottle of wine” before heading home. “I actually think I forced a beer upon her. I was like, ‘You need a drink.’ She was like, ‘Well, I don’t know if I want one.’ I’m like, ‘No, I have something to tell you, and I just want you to have a drink.'”

As for what Sutherland — who will next star in Spike’s The Mist — will miss most about her time on Vikings, she says it’s without a doubt the people. “Our crew was so wonderful. It’s pretty tough, after you’ve spent four years… you become so close,” she told ET. “So to have these people in your life for that amount of time, and then to leave… that’s the hardest part, I think.” For more detailed information go to etonline.com.


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