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Dog Day Knight
(or Everyone Wants Robin)
Barakin wants his soul, his demon-woman wants to get Robin for her master, the villagers want a hero, Prince John wants his head, and Marion wants his body (I don't blame her.) I get the feeling Matthew felt awfully personal about this episode.
Whoa! For a minute there I thought that the ponytailed kisser here was Matthew. That was a close one.
NEVER DARKEN MY DOOR:
Since when does a young man of Peter's age turn down the invitation of a lady? He must be younger than I thought.
DEAD MAN WALKING:
Don't worry about poor Peter surviving this episode. Even if ”Peter” dies, the actor will be back playing an enemy soldier next week.
DOG DAY AFTERNOON:
Okay, who let all the dogs out? I'm not cleaning up after them this time. It's someone else's turn!
It sounds distinctly like Martyn Ellis is making up this story as he goes along. Excuse me, but the fiercest Famori warrior is named Baylor? Why doesn't he remember this story during the Devil's Bride? (The devil in that ep is named Baylor.)
Barakin needs the blood of Innocents? Obviously no one saw what Peter was doing before he was captured.
DO YOU HAVE THE AUDACITY TO DOUBT MY TENACITY:
For a guy who can't read, Little John has quite an extensive vocabulary. He'd love my former
English teacher. Did you ever notice that Little John always has a crazy family story to tell in every situation? It's almost like a fish story where the fish gets bigger every time the story is told.
WAKE UP CALL:
Aron-- ”Barakin, why do you disturb me?” Yeah, why, Barakin? Don't you realize how late it is? He's trying to sleep, and Aron has to get up early in the morning!
YOU DIDN'T HEAR IT FROM ME:
If this guy lives off the blood of innocents, and Robin's blood and life force is so powerful that it can give him eternal life, well then that means that Robin must be,... uh,... (I'll leave the rest up to your imagination.)
MIND OVER MATTHEW:
"Objects are matter,” Okay, that sounds right, Einstein. ”Matter is finite,” Right again! And it doesn't take a nuclear physicist to know you're de-finite-ly not getting out of those bonds without
ALL TIED UP:
Hey, Marion, I'd take full advantage of this Kodak moment if I were you. Find out if he's ticklish or not.
GIVE HIM A HAND:
Robin is complaining about his shooting wrist. I think his left hand looks swollen. In an interview he mentions that he'd dislocated some fingers. This must have been the episode he did that on.
Seems like the outlaws are always discussing a new barmaid at the tavern. They must have quite a turnaround in employment in that neck of the woods.
Isn't that Kevin Costner's Robin Hood pendant that Sean is wearing? Who's been robbing who here?
BLACK MAGIC WOMAN:
This chick's hormone therapy must be wearing off for her voice to change that rapidly. Oh, and I realize that not all women shave their legs, but she should at least brush hers.
HIS SISTERS AND HIS COUSINS WHOM HE RECKONS UP BY DOZENS:
How many brothers and sisters does Little John have? I think we should keep a running tally and total them up at the end.
Barakin's medallion looks an awful lot like a Mardi Gras necklace a friend of mine brought back from New Orleans.
KINDNESS OF STRANGERS?:
Tuck, didn't anyone tell you not to take pheasants from strangers?
SCENE OF THE CRIME:
They bring an injured Sean into the village and drop him right on the spot that Robin and Little John were inspecting for clues, destroying any further chance to discover evidence they might have
EYE SEE YOU:
BTW, doesn't Sean have beautiful eyes? I think they're mezmerizing, and gorgeous. Hey, so is he! Hey, maybe I joined the wrong fan club!
THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM:
I'm seeing shades of old horror movies here in this torture chamber with the hammer about to fall on Peter. All that's missing is Christopher Lee in the part of the villain!
AGE IS ONLY SKIN DEEP:
Barakin looks really nasty. He needs some Oil of Olay. (See what happens if you don't use sunblock?)
Either Marion's wearing too much eye makeup or she's got a bruise. It's only painted on though.
Marion's headband comes off in the fight, but she's wearing it again when she hits the ground.
See Robin sitting on his horse as he approaches the demon-woman and her carriage? See how short his pants are? Hey Rob, where's the flood? Robin, here's a clue. The woman's footsteps don't sound like footsteps, they sound like horses hooves. Either she's wearing stilettos, or this is the cloven-heeled demon you're looking for.
When the carriage arrives at the castle you can see the post that Tuck tied his horse to when he arrived. His horse is nowhere in sight, and he's still in the castle.
It looks like the unconscious Robin walked out of the carriage on his own instead of having to be carried.
BACK TO THE FUTURE:
If Agatha can see the future, why didn't she forsee Peter being abducted in the first place?
When Robin closes his eyes and concentrates on getting his hands free, you can see [his] right cheek looks puffy and discolored. There's another bruise there, but this time they covered it up.
Doesn't he realize that it would be easier to get free if he stopped clenching his fists? If he unclenched his hands he could slip them through the manacles, because they're not that tight to begin with.
Funny how the demon-woman just stands there while Robin grabs the box containing her soul and watches him destroy it. I'd be upset at the very least, if that were me. They don't make reliquaries like they used to. (sigh)
Barakin is facing a mirror that Robin takes down off the wall and uses to defend himself. Didn't he see Robin take it off the wall? Why didn't it occur to him that Robin took the mirror down for a
ROBIN ”PUFFY” HOOD:
In this last scene, especially when he smiles widely, Matthew's face looks puffy all over, not just that right cheek. Maybe he has allergies.
MORAL OF THE STORY:
”We believe in him because he's Robin Hood.” Now we just have to get Matthew to understand that we love him just because he's Matthew.