Later, Antony and Julii Cooper are in a huge bath together, the camera demurely at water level so you can't see anything below their necks. Julii Cooper wants to hear about Cleopatra, and he messes with her head a bit (to her almost complete lack of amusement) before saying Cleo was in mourning and therefore not even remotely hot. "Very gray and formal," he says. "Quite the little mouse." He adds, incidentally, that Cleo asked him to formally recognize her son Caesarion, and Julii Cooper is of course shocked at the very idea. He calls it "a pig of a day all around. Running this damn city is not nearly as amusing as I thought it would be." It never is. Plus Antony's not looking forward to the next evening's formal dinner, where he's going to have to see Cleopatra all over again. Julii Cooper idly asks if Servilia is coming, and he says that she is. And then, because they're in the bath, the scene ends with a suggestive comment by Antony regarding moray eels (didn't think such a thing was possible) and quite a lot of splashing.
Episode Report CardM. Giant: B | 1095 USERS: B-
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