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An attempt to scare Mary causes Queen Catherine to take drastic measures to make sure the guilty party is caught. Francis, aware of Bash and Mary's growing attraction, turns to Olivia. Bash ventures into the woods to pay his debt - the human sacrifice the pagans demand - and returns with blood on his hands. Meanwhile, Kenna comes clean with the girls about her affair with the King, to a mixed response.
Finding the pagan cult has infiltrated the royal palace and court staff, Bash feels forced to avoid revenge for the disturbed human sacrifice on Mary by offering someone himself, so he takes a thief form jail into the forest, yet treats the ritual slaughter party to a bloodier surprise then they counted on, the disposes of the witness. Francis refuses to satisfy jealous Mary by evicting Olivia. King Henry moves Bash's mother Diane into a lavish cottage on castle grounds, and grudgingly ends up obliging jealous new favorite Kenna by remodeling the mistress quarters and giving a public proof of love. A stain on Greer's dress treats her cook lover to a peek at her in underwear. Queen Catherine threatens all staff with destruction of their villages to find the pagan spies, yet finds and chases one last minute by deduction.
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