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Donal Logue previews King Horik in 'Vikings' season finale: 'His story was difficult and brutal'

Season two of History Channel’s acclaimed series Vikings has so far given us ten episodes of betrayal, death, and epic battles. So it’s no surprise that tonight’s finale promises to continue to deliver with that level of intensity, in an hour that is sure to leave viewers with their jaws on the floor.

As King Horik, Donal Logue has had a pretty rough go of it in his struggle to overtake Ragnar and gain ultimate power. While “The Lord’s Prayer” finds Ragnar and King Horik returning to Ragnar’s home, Kattegat, don’t expect things to go smoothly — this is the Vikings world, after all.

“Ragnar is Ragnar, and Horik’s put him in a really tough spot,” shared Logue when he spoke to EW earlier this week. “He has to do something.”

Check out our full interview with Logue as he previews Horik’s actions in tonight’s finale, and be sure to check out an exclusive clip below.


'Sons of Anarchy': Donal Logue talks Toric's latest deeds

On last week’s Sons of Anarchy, we watched Lee Toric (Donal Logue) grow increasingly desperate to find someone to turn on SAMCRO. He used two Byz-Lats’ mouths as bottle openers when they refused to give him dirt on Nero (Jimmy Smits). “It was as insane on the page when I first read it. Thank god they’re such nice guys,” Logue says. He accidentally shot the prostitute he’d bedded when the DA (CCH Pounder) pulled up to his motel and the escort startled him. “She’s like, ‘Ohmygod, I’m shot,’ and he’s like, ‘No, no, no, you’re fine.’ It’s that weird thing of shocking someone who’s in shock,” says Logue, who blames one of Toric’s physical tics for pulling the trigger. “He’s gotta deal with this situation within three seconds. I remember on set that weirdness of boom-boom [two shots to the head] and then the knock at the door. It’s like, ‘One second! Just give me a minute!'” And then he kept the girl in his bathtub so he could remove evidence that could be planted in Nero’s truck. “I love Nero. I’m angry at myself. It’s not cool,” Logue says, with a laugh. “You could always fall back on some kind of argument that, ‘Look, this guy’s sister was brutally murdered.’ Like, he’s not the one morally in the wrong here. But now he’s crossed lines that he can’t come back from.”


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