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VIKINGS: Season 4, Episode 7: The Profit and the Loss Trailer [History]

Vikings the Profit and the Loss

Vikings The Profit and the Loss Trailer. History‘s Vikings Season 4, Episode 7: The Profit and the Loss TV Show Trailer stars Travis Fimmel, Clive Standen, Gustaf Skarsgård, Katheryn Winnick, Alyssa Sutherland and Alexander Ludwig. Everyone looks to Ragnar (Fimmel) for a plan of attack on Paris and against his brother.

In Episode 7, King Ecbert (Linus Roache) schemes to secure the crown of Mercia. Outside Paris,Ragnar’s force of Vikings attack Rollo’s (Standen) defenses. We watched Rollo build those defenses. Now, we will see if Rollo really is a match for his brother’s wit. As we well know, Ragnar is a patient man when it comes to battle, which is dangerous enough, but when pushed he is ingenious. Meanwhile, Harbard (guest star Kevin Durand) visits in Kattegat and causes a stir among the women. So, the gods are blessing Ragnar’s house, while in Paris, the raiders face their biggest obstacle: Rollo.

Will we finally see the much anticipated battle between brothers in Episode 7? In the midst of what looks like a horrific battle, Floki’s (Skarsgård) voice whispers an ominous lyric about living and dying that recalls his situation in the torture chamber not too long ago.  Source: History, YouTube, IBT. Check out the trailer for The Profit and the Loss:

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