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Feb 042015
 

Have you seen Borgia? I’m not talking about The Borgias, which I have not yet seen; I mean BORGIA: FEAR AND LOATHING. Anyway, you ought to watch all three seasons immediately, if not sooner, and then contemplate the similarity between Cesare and Peter Pan. The need for a woman with beautiful hair to show a charmingly murderous man with mental health issues how to be pure is evidently universal. So without further ado:

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He did a great job amassing territory!

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But we know his true motivation.

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He never truly appreciated the blinding love of a father.

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He was not exactly a feminist.

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…in spite of how much he cared for Wendy.

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…and she for him.

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Nevertheless, scholars wrote glowingly about him.

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In fact, one could believe that Mr. Barrie not only admired Cesare, but aspired to be like him, should he ever grow up.

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And who could forget the triumphant moment when Peter Banning finally recaptures the power of his predatory youth?

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All who had ears to hear with fought at Cesare’s side that day, and the birds and gators of Neverland feasted on the flesh of Lost Boys.

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I can’t figure out just the right della Rovere quote for this one. Help me out in comments.

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Also, thanks to Steve, Toni, and Matt for all the help.