Jupiter’s Rooster OS12: Et tu, Brute?

The Ides of March are upon us as we close the first season of “Rome!” Servilia and her co-conspirators devise the perfect plot to take Caesar down, at the expense of the newly appointed Senator Vorenus. Pullo’s search for forgiveness leads him to an unexpected ally, and Attia comes to grips with her new reality. And as Caesar’s story reaches its end, Brutus must face the consequences of his actions.

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One Response to Jupiter’s Rooster OS12: Et tu, Brute?

  1. dbates says:

    I know you guys are huge Spartacus fans, but that show is like a graphic novel translation of Rome. Sure it’s entertaining, but it’s so one dimensional (two dimensional if you split the violence from the sex). Rome offers superior acting, writing and production values that place it in a class by itself. Suprano’s v Brother’s, Game of Thrones v Pillars of the Earth or Camelot, Deadwood v Hell on Wheels. Nobody can match HBO with these sweeping period pieces.

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