I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving.
#lucrezia what is this i did not sign up for an open marriage with your brother #lucrezia what is this i wake up in the morning and you look you’ve just come back to bed and you’re breathing really heavily #sometimes i wake up and cesare is leaning over me #and he goes #hahaha just making sure you don’t have sleep apnea #what does cesare care about my sleep apnea #on our wedding day cesare was my best man and when i asked him why he literally blinked at me and said #nothing better to do #hush #her eyes say #just come (via x)
Like asking the specifics of someone’s health issues upon first meeting is bad enough but WHAT IS YOUR LIFE EXPECTANCY EMMA
(she’s too sick to replace me Norman)
And Dylan’s face like oh god. He could tell this was going into uncomfortable directions earlier, and tried to stop the conversation, but no.
The Holy See is about to raise holy hell. Season 3 of The Borgias begins with Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons) spewing black bile after being poisoned in a murder attempt by one of his cardinals. Then the conniving Caterina Sforza (Gina McKee) orders the assassination of the pope’s entire family. “Everyone survives, but it will leave Alexander absolutely furious,” reveals exec producer James Flynn. “He purges the Vatican of anyone he suspects of disloyalty, which is pretty much everybody.”
Could things get worse? You bet. As a result of the poisoning, Alexander becomes impotent, and that’s a huge blow to his ego. He’s also one-upped at every turn by his firebrand son Cesare (Francois Arnaud), who killed Alexander’s favored son, Juan (David Oakes), last season. “Cesare challenges his father on a number of political decisions and really oversteps his mark,” Flynn says. “It all ends in a wildly powerful confrontation.
And just to lighten things up, Cesare and his sister Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) have an incestuous affair. “There’s certainly a physical attraction there,” says Flynn. “But mostly, Cesare is the only man Lucrezia can truly trust.”
“just to lighten things up, Cesare and his sister Lucrezia have an incestuous affair”
i think i love whoever wrote this article
oh, i bet he can manage better than that.
(from flowers in the attic)