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I hope you have a cup of tea or any other beverage of your choosing ready, for we are about to jump back to 17th century France… and everything behind this sentence will contain spoilers.
Last episode , Monsieur teamed up with Fabien to find Mask Man and was totally uncaring that his son and heir was removed from Versailles by Madame de Maintenon. She still has to fight with the whore rumours, but has Louis at her side. Sophie is back and not a spy… or so she says. We start with a piece of linen on which various 17th century tools, required for surgeries, are laid out.
One of it is a bone-saw. Louis is seated in his bedroom on an arm-chair and it appears he got a bit of a toothache. An Eye for an eye. While Louis waits for the doctor to sort his tools, he discusses with Bontemps that something must be done about the people who dared to waste food on Colbert. Bontemps hints it might be wiser to remain calm, but Louis is of a different opinion. He has given his orders already, much to the displeasure of Bontemps…. He and his men round some of the poor folks up.
There is a lot of chaos, people run and scream, desperate to get away. Guillaume, Jeanne and the men of their workshop are there too. One of them, he is called Bastien, calls out for a Tristan….. The doctor is ready and the royal mouth opened…. Tristan is seized… and the aching tooth pulled. Louis beholds it and is being cryptic again, talking about the need to distract evil.
Colbert looks pleased, Bontemps looks worried. I am worried too and wonder if our King is slowly but surely going mad. The intro plays and I think that is the perfect chance to tell you something about the royal teeth. Louis XIV had massive tooth problems as an adult and had to undergo plenty of tooth pulling and surgeries. So much that he had no teeth left towards the end of his life. During one of the surgeries they accidentally pulled a bit of his jaw out too, which led to a festering wound.