I loved this because Arthur, when he and Merlin are alone together, always throws stuff at Merlin or teases him. But when Uther walked in it was like, "Oops! We were acting like two little boys and Dad caught us.
Love how their reaction is just what they are. Arthur/courage- says the he is a prince not knowing what could happen (he could have been killed). Merlin/magic- is like how on earth do you know that? Now I am going to die. Gwaine/ strength- is like die.
Henry VIII & his wives ~ finally and exhaustively! All we have to add is that these three Queens were relatives ( Boleyn, Howard, Parr), all these three could be beheaded (Parr was very close to execution and murder)
Ruins of Glastonbury Abbey - Somerset, England. In during the year of the reign of Henry VIII, there were over 800 monasteries, nunneries and friaries in Britain. By there were none. Glastonbury Abbey was but one such casualty.
King Arthur’s legendary ‘sword in the stone’ might actually exist– in Italy. In the century, a pious Italian knight who’d abandoned his ruthless ways had religious visions and allegedly pushed his sword into the stone ground, which “yielded like.
"These line always make me sad because Mordred was one of the few who still saw a hope for Morgana." Mordred saw the good in her when no one else did. There was still innocence left. The others were (understandably) blind to it, but not Mordred.
that about sums it up. Well then Merlin uses more magic to fix the problem he created in the first place and the end of episode. Season one and two, though. It got a lot more complitcated from seasons three-five.