No! No! No!
I knew it was coming... (They hanged him in real life, but I was hoping that the writers would keep him around a little longer.)
I wonder how Eleanor will be able to live with herself. That woman is awful. "The resistance in Nassau is now underway" and I hope that everyone knows who is responsible for it.
(Big question for me: did Eleanor sacrifice Vane to free Nassau from the English, or did she have him hanged to aid her governour and as a consequence help herself forward? Perhaps it doesn't matter.... She'll probably save herself no matter what.)