A Bride. A Box. A Body.
Season Four, Episode 14
A Bride. A Box. A Body. - Promotional Images 1
Air date June 2, 2017
Written by April Blair
Robert D. Doty
Directed by Andy Mikita
Episode Guide
Coup de Grace


Blood in the Water
Season 4 Episode
"Revenge is not meant to be justice, it is meant to balance the scales."
Lord Narcisse


Mary Sets out For Revenge and Justice
Mary pursues her quest for justice as she launches a counter attack on her conspirators. Elizabeth suffers a major setback that turns her world upside down.


our affair puts u in danger i don’t care

see less of me

8:20 - maybe in love w me. IDK

Queen Mary: He will hang. And I will enjoy watching him die.

King Darnley: In an inevitable war of two Queens.

Queen Elizabeth: If I could give up England and survive, I would!

Always be yours

Lord Narcisse: Revenge is not meant to be justice, it is meant to balance the scales.

Lord Narcisse: She loved him with all her heart.

Queen Mary: Get out of my Court.


King Darnley: How have you been?
Lady Lennox: Not been in a dungeon as you have.


Death Toll [3][4]

  • Lord Ruthven
  • 12 Scotish Council members

Gideon Blackburn


Historical NotesEdit

  • Two days after David Rizzio's murder, a disillusioned King Darnley switched sides, and Mary, Queen of Scots received her brother, James Stuart at Holyrood Palace. On the night of March 11/12, Darnley and Mary escaped from the palace and took temporary refuge in Dunbar Castle before returning to Edinburgh, on 18 March. The former rebels James Stuart, Argyll and Glencairn were restored to the council.
  • Mary, Queen of Scots and King Darnley escaped from (and returned to) Holyrood Palace, not Edinburgh Castle as the visuals show. However, they are just over a mile apart.
  • Lord Ruthven was involved in David Rizzio's murder, however, he fled to England and died from unknown causes.
  • History's Henry III of France was thought to possibly be gay, however, this is more widely believed to be a rumor.
  • Queen Elizabeth was never in a romantic relationship with Archduke Ferdinand. He was still married to his first wife and would be for another 15 years until 1580.
  • Lady Allena 2nd cousin to King of Spain
  • 3year old b-day party
  • King Charles IX never had a mistress named 'Nicole' however he did have a mistress named Marie Touchet, who would be 16 at the time and was born a farm girl before coming to French Court. They had a son together 8 years later in 1573.
  • * Nicole has not been given a last name, but considering her resemblance to Marie Touchet her surname, birthplace, and age will be mimicked after hers.


Characters Edit

  • Credit Order
Actor Character
Adelaide Kane Queen Mary
Megan Follows Queen Catherine
Rachel Skarsten Queen Elizabeth
Craig Parker Lord Narcisse
Rose Williams Princess Claude
Ben Geurens Gideon Blackburn
Jonathan Goad John Knox
Spencer MacPherson King Charles
Will Kemp King Darnley
Guest Staring
Adam Croasdell Lord Bothwell
Steve Byers Archduke Ferdinand
Nola Augustson Lady Lennox
Nick Slater Prince Henri
Ann Pirvu Nicole Touchet
Megan Hutchings Jane
Steve Lund Luc Narcisse
John Ralston Lord Ruthven
Graham Abbey Lord Fraser
Character debut
Speaking debut
Episode debut


References Edit

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