Later, Vorenus is entertaining the family by juggling crabapples (appropriately enough), when Pullo rides up bearing peaches, not a drop of blood on him. He hands Vorenus the satchel he's carrying as they talk about what a nice day they both had. Pullo says that Cicero's not stuck up like you might expect, as Vorenus digs the peaches out of the satchel and distributes them among the fam. Vorena the Younger has folded the parchment into a hat for Little Lucius. These being the last written words of Marcus Tullius Cicero, worn around on some little kid's head..
At night, in the rain, in the empty Forum, Pullo uses a giant cartoon mallet to nail Cicero's soft, pink hands to the Senate door. Well, I guess Cicero is stuck up now, in a sense. And I hope Pullo at least washed the peach juice off them first.