And then that has — I can’t tell you — but that has the most astonishing endgame. It rains all the time in Ireland, but there was something odd about this day. This was more than that. It was the most out-of-body experience. Ragnar’s Drug Trip and Relationship with Yidu The introduction of a Chinese slave into the world of Vikings might seem surprising, but the idea was initially pitched by Hirst’s historical advisor, Justin Pollard. But when you look back on it, it’ll make sense. So that’s what you have as an ongoing concern, an ongoing drama.

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The pace is yisu up in Vikings: That was the funny part of being a slave in Kattegat. We talked about it. In earlier drafts — I might get in trouble for saying this — I died differently. On the day, it was misty, gray weather. Home Article Vikings brutal murder: That sense of power, I wanted to bring to Yidu.

Do you think she ever had any hope of getting home? When it came to actually drowning, Travis [Fimmel, who plays Ragnar] gets really intense.


So that’s what you have as an ongoing concern, an ongoing drama. Hirst is excited about the dynamic they bring to the show, especially because they played brothers before in the Finnish drama Heart of a Lion. And then, of course, like any Hollywood thing, we ended up doing the actual drowning scene, with the yidi, a few weeks later.

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So I got to watch it happen. He needs someone to talk to. Ragnar has done all kinds of things that would not be acceptable in the modern day, but this action feels so extreme, even unforgivable. The double was dressed exactly like me. And they are great. That was the really exciting part of what Michael wrote us.

She is so far from home. It was a sudden, unexpected end for a character whose existence was always shrouded in mystery. Ragnar is always painted as a hero, these past four seasons.

Everything comes from a place of: The beautiful thing about Michael and his writing is that the scripts are very detailed.

So when that opportunity comes up, and he comes down high out of his mind, and he dangles her freedom in front of her again, she takes that opportunity to push his buttons, and drive him over the edge. Which leads him to kill me, Yidu. I was so excited to be able to fight. He wanted people to see that actually this wasn’t just an American network show.



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Did Michael tell you anything about her, and where she came from? How it ended was, I think, the best way for her to leave. This was more than that.

So they are a real threat.

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It was a battle scene. This is the exciting part. Alyssa Sutherland, Travis Fimmel and Dianne Doan on Vikings In episode 4, “Yol,” Yidu and Ragnar’s relationship peaks when he brings her to his private cabin and they have an intimate drug trip together.

Coming from China, where I imagine is an abundance of wealth and education.