The Bastard Executioner Spoilers Eps.1.07 “Behold the Lamb/Gweled yr Oen”


The Bastard Ececutioner Episode 7 is titled “Behold the Lamb/Gweled yr Oen” and, sadly the end of Season 1 will be here before we know it.  Below are a few spoilers about the next episode. 


There have been many times throughout history when people have had to die under false pretenses. And another one of these times will happen on the next episode of “The Bastard Executioner.” But can Wilkin Brattle go through with it knowing what he knows? There were several revelations in the last episode of “The Bastard Executioner,” but there is one in particular that may end up haunting Brattle for the rest of his life. Brattle and Lady Love must come to terms with putting an innocent man to death, even if they know of his innocence due to their own guilt. That of course will lead to a rift between them, or maybe in some way draw them closer together.

Brattle and Toran that accidentally ended the life of Lady Pryce. They unwittingly did so on Milus’s own orders. But in this episode, Wilkin Brattle is tasked with carrying out his duties as the executioner on a man he, Toran and Lady Love all know for a fact to be innocent of the crime of murder on Lady Pryce. Suffice it to say the last scene between Brattle and Lady Love on the grain sacks, where they were seen doing a little more talking than Love would have liked, may have ended up with a little more baby-making than fans might know of. It was also revealed the Wolf and Lady Love were half siblings, and after her kidnapping, the backstory of Lady Love takes on more importance.

We’re sure you’ll be watching FX on Tuesday night10/20 at 10pm to see Stephen Moyer continue his outstanding performance as Milus Corbett.



  1. Thanks for providing. Wilkin is between the rock and the hard place, knowing the truth and still having to carry out his role as punisher Talk about guilt feelings! Looking forward to seeing what Milus is up to come Tuesday night.

  2. Love the spoilers! Will Wilkin actually be able to stop the execution? Somebody has to pay for the crime, right? Pryce would not accept anything else. I can’t wait to see Milus in this next episode. The scenes with Milus and Wilkin should be really intense.

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