Warwick is given an impossible task: to take London by himself and then Margaret of Anjou will follow with her army. To the amazement of everyone, Warwick succeeds. Elizabeth and Edward IV have to hide like the usurpers they are.
Jacquetta is accused of witchcraft by Warwick, Anne is married to Margaret of Anjou’s foul son and little Henry Tudor finally listens to his demented mother. Henry VI is restored as King; he still hasn’t spoken a word. Elizabeth gives birth to a son (the ill fated Edward V) and Henry VI and Henry Tudor share a moment. This was good but Anne’s wedding night was quease inducing.
“For once, do something!”
“This epiphany is certainly conveniently timed.”
“Why is she sitting on my throne?”
“Fortune’s wheel will never stop turning.”
“I don’t know what to do. Nobody told me.”