I guess the Chevalier was the lesser of two evils. Not the warmest of welcomes. Philippe: The feeling will pass. Philippe of Orleans was much more than a weak, effeminated man. I can still imagine that going on in the background of Season 2, tbh. He throws open doors the door to the just-completed Hall of Mirrors. She picks the diamond necklace and Louis puts it on her.
He seeks but fails to gain Papal approval to annex Spain. You should bookmark few domains as early as possible as they already have continue the work that original started 3 years ago. Deliveries into the palace must be checked, workers searched. The returned soldiers are drafted into working on the palace of Versailles, but the difficulty of the task leads thousands of them to lay down their tools and revolt. The queen just smiles at him serenely.
Louis, accused of authorising the massacre of the Palatinate, breaks down: Has God completely abandoned him? We pretended you were because we find it amusing! Louis knows Bontemps does not like Cassel. Philippe: The king wishes to build an alliance with the Palatinate. They approach Cassel, whose hair or wig has had a good wash and looks actually quite presentable now. Versailles is finally rid of its evil. Early Episode 1 features returning French troops, trotting through the gateway at Versailles, after the largely victorious Franco-Dutch War of 1672-78. It's probably one of the most shocking, too, as.
Fabien continues to investigate the poisonings with the help of Sophie, who is spying for him in the parlours. What do we do now? I have never pictured Philippe in drivers seat, and the Chevalier being the insecure one. Jebus, Gaston, build a bridge and get over it, k? But Louis remains deaf to their orders. Marchal starts roughing him up in jail and of course, Gaston denies being the poisoner, which they all say, except he looks so confused and I actually think he is telling the truth. . Perhaps some sort of mask would be in order. It has also brought on Patrick Swiderski as its finance chief.
I feel there is less angst with him and Louis this season, and there is also a lovely satisfying scene between the brothers later on. Everyone is silent after he exits. Philippe almost dies trying to stop them: but the Chevalier finally gets his vengeance and saves the life of his beloved. Now Marchal is interviewing the teary Odile, who says Gaston is not the poisoner and that he promised to marry her. Bontemps says poison can get be introduced in many ways via numerous people and it is impossible to block all points of entry.
Former Apple executives Sebastien Janin and Andy Docherty teamed with former Warner Bros. Montespan takes advantage of the evening to push Isabelle, who she views as a potential rival, to the worst excesses. I feel that Versailles-the-palace is almost a character in its own right, but it gets less screen time to totally satisfy me. The show portrays the queen to be quite a bit smarter and manipulative than she actually was. La Reine: 1, Montespan: 0. For the People is a lot better than the new drama The Code! A horse thunders over the camera on a track through a nighttime wooded copse.
Louis sees the illness as a sign: could it be a message from God? As the witch is burned at the stake and commands the people to rise up against their tyrannical King, Louis remains unruffled. It might have been for the benefit of the female audience probably , or that they may have been afraid to portray truly accurately. Because he does not fear Louis. The social powders are now banned from the salons and anyone caught with them will be punished. View our online Press Pack. I wish I was a blind to his vices as I am to his virtues.
To see all content on The Sun, please use the Site Map. My and I watch this together, if you do not know by now. Dieu, what a stupid girl. And one more thing, are there any books or articles you can recommend reading solely on the Chevalier de Lorraine. So as the party gets going and people dance and gossip and eat and drink, Cassel approaches Sophie and mouths some obviously fake words about not being judged by his past, hoping he could undo past offences, blah blah.
The Chevalier: tosses hat casually to the bed …. However, the king remains haunted by nightmares, his paranoia increases, while his brother, Philippe, refuses to set foot in Versailles. Still, they seemed to be getting along, and Philippe also had a new favourite, the Chevalier de Chatillon, who was apparently well built and beautiful, and whom Le Roi did not like much. ©News Group Newspapers Limited in England No. Philippe cannot make a decision about the colour he should wear… green? I had a few theories I put into the comments section of my S1 reviews. Then when he was happy, he had the happy married time with the wives, until something happened — like the reappearance of the Chevalier — to turn the gay back on.