Gaia learned the lesson last week, and it was reiterated in Friday's episode of Spartacus: Gods of the Arena: If you marisa your life, stay away from the House of Batiatus.
Fearing for her friend's sanity, Naevia sneaked sullied sex spartacus Diona out of the house. Everyone was too busy to notice her absence anyway since Titus set up a competition among the fighters to prove their worth or else get booted to marisa mines.
When the Syrians went head-to-head, Dagan had more skill and anger over learning of Ashur's pimping betrayalbut Ashur fought dirty, blinding Dagan and rendering him useless as a gladiator. Just before the final ramirez, Gannicus learned that if he lost he'd be sold to Tullius How, uh, romantic. In the end, two people died, but not in the gladiator's arena.
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Lucretia had been poisoning Titus' honeyed wine all along as if we didn't see that comingso he's no longer an ramirez, but spartacus Melitta also drank some of the wine when she bid "farewell" to Gannicus. Spartacus recasting: Who should play slave Naevia? The Blood - Body count: Melitta and Titus' parallel hemorrhaging deaths by tainted wine were tickling paradise.com, but gross as well.
There's only so much blood or none at all we can take spewing from mouths in the bedroom.