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: [exasperated, after Much accidentally led them into a trap
] Much? Much
: [trying to lift their spirits as they're trapped
] Once a few determined Spartans held a pass against a vast Persian army. Much
: Really? Robin Hood
: Strategy. Will Scarlett
: And they lived? Robin Hood
: No. But... they did well. Will Scarlett
] Oh. Much
: I hate that story too.
: They're just gonna wait till we come out. Much
: And then kill us. Not even a conversation.
: A good day to die. Much
: Will you just shut up! Why does he always say that? Don't even know what it means!
: Good to have you back. Allan A Dale
: Good to be back.
: Lads... I've got a proposal. If they don't come to us, we go to them. Little John
: When? Robin Hood
: First light. Will Scarlett
: There's too many! Djaq
: We'll die. Much
: Suicide! Little John
: [after Robin nods
] ... a good day to die! Much
: Will you shut up? He always says that! I don't even know what it means! Robin Hood
: We'll all most certainly die. But at least we'll die fighting. Will Scarlett
: Yeah. I'm in. Djaq
: Me too. Little John
: Yes. Much
: ...and me. Robin Hood
] Good. Good.
: John? Little John
: No. Will Scarlett
: John, come on. Djaq
: Who do you love? Little John
: You. All of you. Even him.
[gestures to Much
] Little John
: I love you all, all right? And Alice. I shouldn't have let her go. And my boy, little Little John. I should have made them stay. Robin Hood
: John, you didn't have a choice. Little John
: Let me speak. Leaving Alice, running to the forest, was wrong. Wrong. That's why I'm a huge, ugly, stupid, useless coward. Will Scarlett
: John! Little John
: That's why I'm always saying it, Much. "Today is a good day to die," because for me, it is. I deserve to die. I left the people that loved me, the two people that should have depended on me, my own child! God... what was I thinking? Robin Hood
: John, I'll not let you talk like this. Little John
: I'm going now. I won't wait until tomorrow. Robin Hood
: JOHN! Little John
: Let's move this cart. Move this thing! I need to die. I want to die! Let me die! Let me die! Will Scarlett
: [Hugging Little John
] John! Little John
] Let me die. I want to die! Much
: Is this normal, this Kalmina thing? Because it's weird.
: Look, I'm not doing this. Djaq
: Fine. Much
: Good. Because I don't hate myself, and I'm not in love with anyone else, so... Djaq
: ...fine. Much
: [bristling after Robin chuckles
] What? Robin Hood
: ...what? Much
: You're smiling. Robin Hood
: I'm smiling because usually it's a struggle to shut you up. Much
: You think I talk too much. Well, I know that's what you think. Much talks too much, and eats too much, worries too much. It's easy for you to say, because if I don't do it, then who does? It's all right for you because you can just breeze through life and be everyone's hero and not have to worry about the simple things like the fire, or the food, or the hole in your cape or your birthday, because good old, dependable old Much will take care of that. Well, I'll tell you something: you take me for granted. You're sniggering at me... Robin Hood
: Much, I'm just saying... Much
: YOU SHOULDN'T! And I'm angry. And just because I love you doesn't mean I can't hate you, too. And I hate you because in the holy land there was two of us, and we were a team, and the things we went through and the horrors we saw, we went through them together. And when we came home, we were like brothers. Brothers in arms, and where is that now, eh? It's gone, that's where! You never talk. It just don't. You made me a free man, and we're meant to be equals. We're not equals. The only thing that's changed around here is you still treat me like a servant, you don't treat me like your friend. Robin Hood
: That's not true... is it true? Much
] Oh Kalila.
: This is it. This is really it. Forget what I said, I don't want you to die remembering me that way. Robin Hood
: Hey. I'll remember you as my loyal friend.
: Well! Here's to freedom. Will Scarlett
: ...here's to the poor! Here's to the good people we leave behind. Little John
: We are Robin Hood!
] Robin Hood
: ...thank you, my friends.
: So I admire you. All of you. You are good men. Brave... generous... kind, decent men, and I am proud to be amongst you. Much
: Is this what this is, everyone just sayin' that they love each other? Djaq
: Wait! And you're filthy. And you really stink. And you have no souls. Little John
: We live in the forest! Djaq
: I have to be honest! I have to be honest.
: Let's get the weapons ready. As soon as there's light to see by, we go. Little John
: NO. No. Robin Hood
: John, we agreed on this! Little John
: You have not spoken, Robin. It's your turn. Robin Hood
: We have a few moments left on this earth. Let me have my thoughts to myself. I'll share them with you in the next life. Djaq
: Robin, if there is a heaven, yours is different from mine. Much
: And if there isn't a heaven... Robin Hood
: It's almost light. Little John
: Robin. Robin Hood
: You know my thoughts. They are for the poor. They are for you. And they're for Marian, the woman I love. The woman who I recently gave a ring to. Djaq
: ...you're engaged? Robin Hood
: ...the woman who makes me believe that by a twist of fate we might just be able to see this through. And Much, I have betrayed your friendship. But I think you know why. You see, I can't face the terrors we saw, I can't. Because I'm not as strong as you. I have to put them out of my mind, because if I don't, I wouldn't be able to lead. I mean, I wouldn't even be able to...
: ...what? Robin Hood
: It doesn't matter. Little John
: ...to shoot. Much
: Shoot? Of course he can shoot! Robin Hood
: No. No, John's right. In the Holy Land, the men we saw in bits... screaming... every time I raise my bow, I see them. I hear them. And I know now whether it was right or wrong, what we did in the holy land, it makes no difference. So I have to try not to kill. I have to avoid killing. I mean, God gave me a gift with bow. I can kill with my eyes closed. I mean, I can kill a man from a thousand yards, and I have to try everything in my power not to. And that's why I wasn't there for you in your hour of need, my friend. Because I have to let those memories go. I just have to be free. Much
: ...why didn't you say? Robin Hood
: It doesn't matter now. In a few moments, we'll be free forever.
: I do not have a fat face. Little John
: Fat face. Much
: Badger beard.
: It's Sheridan. Kate
: Who? Tuck
: The keeper of the crown. Robin Hood
: Used to be the King's favorite trainer of knights... he trained me.
: He was a great King and a good man. Robin Hood
: Don't, Much. Much
: I'm sorry. Robin. Robin Hood
: He's not dead! He can't be. Little John
: Robin, the guard... Robin Hood
: John, I'd know if he was dead. I'd feel it. Little John
: I know.
: ...there's bodies down here. Robin Hood
: That's the idea, Much. Come on.
: You can hold my hand if you get scared. Kate
[Much grabs hand
: Much, get off me!
: It's time to play dead. Come on, get this lid off
[starts pushing lid off coffin
: Oh, come on, please! Do we have to? Robin Hood
: Unless you want to be put in one yourself, I'd say yes, now get it open!
: The stable boy says the horses are all accounted for. Tuck
: Robin couldn't have made it. Kate
: You should have kept moving, Much. Much
: He had a knife in your side! Allan A Dale
: She can take care of herself. Much
: Oh, right. So that's why you stepped in, in the tavern, right. Allan A Dale
: I stepped in 'cause I was worried about her. Much
: You stepped in because you were showing off. Allan A Dale
: What? Much
: I did what I did because I care. Allan A Dale
: *I* care! Much
: You care about yourself. Allan A Dale
: Is that right? Much
: Yes! Little John
: STOP IT! Tuck
: Come on! Robin could be dead and you're squabbling like a couple of school boys!
[Both stop, ashamed
: Put them out of their misery, will you?
: He's right. You know, I'm sick of you two trying to protect me. We've got to keep our minds on the mission. Much
: Right. Tuck
: If Robin didn't make it, then Sheridan has the crown. If Sheridan has the crown, Prince John can carry on with his coronation. We can't let that happen. Kate
: ...what about Robin?
: Well? Tuck
: We got the crown. Little John
: Hey-hey! Tuck
: ...but they followed us. With dogs. Robin Hood
: I have to get a horse from Nettlestone and get this crown to London. Little John
: London? Robin Hood
: The King may still have supporters there. I'll be back. Tuck
: We'll take care of the guards. Kate
: Good luck!
: We're too late! Much
: We can still tell the archbishop! Tell him the truth! Robin Hood
: He already thinks he's seen the body. It'll be our word against theirs! Tuck
: We can't let the Prince take power like this! We have to stop him. Assassinate him if we have to. Robin Hood
: If we assassinate him, Tuck, we risk invasion - civil war, even! Tuck
: This is treason! Robin Hood
: I know! And I hate him as much as you do, but while Richard's away, Prince John is our only leader. Tuck
: That's all very well while he's Prince, but when he's King he can make new laws, say what he wants, do what he wants, spend what he wants! Robin Hood
: Well then we stop him becoming King, don't we? Much
: How? Robin Hood
: Well, for a coronation to take place, you need a crown, am I right? Well then, we steal his crown.
: These are the abbey doors. We need to go in here, here, and here and storm the alter. First one to the crown makes it out, the rest of us deal with the consequences. He might have the crown, but he's not King until that crown makes it onto his head. Much
] Good. But doesn't "storm" imply that there's more then five of us? Robin Hood
: How about six? Kate
: Robin! Little John
: Please tell us you've got a better plan then this one. Robin Hood
: I have, actually. We're going to need shields, just like those ones the Prince wanted for his guards. It's going to be blinding, Allan.
: I never thought it - it would end like this. Tuck
: It does not end, Much, Robin Hood goes on. Our work here is far from finished. Much
: Our leader and our friend is dead. We can't go on. Tuck
: Would you let his legacy die along with him? Kate
: He wouldn't want us to give up. Tuck
: As long as Prince John and his allies bring misery and suffering to the people of England, we will fight it. Little John
: We are Robin Hood. Archer
: I'm with you. Little John
: Much. For Robin. Much
: [Leads All
] Robin Hood!
: What have we done? We doubted him, John. He did this. HE DID THIS! Robin Hood
: Much! Much, you'll have time for that. Kate
: There's soldiers at every wall, hundreds of them. The whole town's surrounded! Guy of Gisborne
: I put a dagger in him. I saw him die. Robin Hood
: Well, that ghost has raised as army.
: Get it done! Much
: There's something we have to do first. Little John
: Honor the dead.
: Much, you're in charge. If we don't come back, you fight 'till the end. Much
: I'm coming too, aren't I? Robin Hood
: No, no, no, no. No, you're not. I need a cool head here, not a hot one out there. Much
: ...what? Robin Hood
: Listen to me. You'll get your revenge for Allan, I promise.
: Where is he? Where's Robin? He should be here to celebrate! Tuck
: Listen to me. There was a fight in the tunnel. Isabella cut Robin with a dagger. The blade was poisoned. Much
: What? Tuck
: He's dying, Much, and quickly. It's time to say goodbye.
: To Allan. Our loyal friend.
Guy of Gisborne
: What's happened? Robin Hood
: It's Kate. Kate's taken it upon herself to go to Loughborough for the troops. Little John
: She knows what she's doing. You taught her well. Robin Hood
: The Sheriff is playing with us! He knows he's got the advantage. We HAVE to hold this castle until the troops arrive. Much
: Can we? I mean, how long under bombardment from Byzantine fire? Archer
: ...He's got plenty of it. Robin Hood
: How do you know? Archer
: I sold it to him. Much
: For a profit? You sold it to the man who killed my friend! Robin Hood
: Well, now your trade has caught up with you! And you're going to be bombarded by your own weapons! Archer
: I've done you a favor by sticking around here. I saved your ungrateful lives! Guy of Gisborne
: Our lives wouldn't have needed saving if you hadn't trapped the tunnel in the first place. Much
: We lock him up. We can't trust him. Robin Hood
: Well, what's the matter? A guilty conscience? And what about all those people that are going to die because of your greed? Archer
: Well, what about all those who have died because they listened to Robin Hood? A few untrained, under-equipped peasants against that war machine. So you think about that you got them into, before you ever try and judge me.
: I'd forgotten how beautiful sunsets here can be. Sherwood. This is home. Much
: Is it true? Robin Hood
] The final battle. Much
: No. This can't happen. There's - there's a cure. Robin Hood
: Much... we have cheated death so many times Much
: What am I going to be without you? Robin Hood
: You... are already more of a man... then I will ever be. You are Much. And you are my best friend.
: It's good to have you back, Much. Much
: Good to have you back, *My Lord* Much. Allan A Dale
: That is going to get really annoying. Much
: That's going to get really annoying, *My Lord*.
[Robin holds his head and groans
: It is really annoying, but I'm sorry; I like it.
: You could stay here... with me. Much
: I belong with Robin. Eve
: If I were Robin Hood, I would never leave your side. Much
: I saw him. Robin. He visited me here. Eve
: Really? Much
: There's something I should tell you. Robin... This is top secret... Robin has found... Eve
: Yes? Much
: Nothing. Eve
: Thank you. Much
: Why? Eve
: For not telling me what Lady Marian asked you to tell me. Much
: I knew she was wrong about you. Eve
: Oh, Much. She was right. Of course I'm working for the Sheriff. Much
: Oh. Eve
: But tell me whatever it is you want him to hear.
: I don't know how to be around you. Much
: Well, you could have a bath.
[Eve stands and begins to undress
: [nearly chokes on his wine
] NO! Wear a bath shirt and pour *yourself* a bath!
: When I was in the Holy Land, I would find myself craving something. I thought... I thought it was hunger... and it was hunger, most of the time, but now and then... when I would feel it, it would not be in, in the stomach... but in the heart. Eve
: Your song is a bit sad too.
: You are a good man. Much
: You are the bravest, loveliest girl I have ever met. Eve
: Really? Much
: Really. Eve
: Will I see you again? Much
: When there is justice again, I will come and find you.
[Eve kisses him
: Perhaps before...
: Robin will thank you from his heart for what you have done. Eve
: I did not do this for Robin Hood.
: I did it for you.
: ...in fact, I can feel a song coming on... Robin Hood
: No, no song! Absolutely no song! Much
: It would be a cheery song Robin Hood
: ...and it would be a tragedy too... A tragedy for you to have survived the Turk, and made it within a few miles of Locksley, only to be killed by your own master! Much
: You know it is lucky I do not readily take offense... a smaller man would be offended... a smaller man would be wounded. Robin Hood
: ...and a cleverer man would sing fewer songs!
: We are home unscathed, well, scathed, very scathed, but happy, and hungry. Mostly hungry. Robin Hood
: [Marian has just pointed an arrow at them after trying to visit her father
] Interesting. Much
: Interesting? It was unbelieveable! And he used to treat us like... Like sons! Robin Hood
: She is still unmarried. Much
: Oh. And I thought you had come to see the old sheriff! Robin Hood
: I did! Much
: Oh, please.
: Where is everybody? Funny, Wednesday used to be market day. Robin Hood
: I think Wednesday might still be market day.
: War is for... for men. You would be upset, little one. Serving Girl
: Yeah? I heard that dying men always ask for their mums.
: That man is a showoff, if there are no eggs left I am going after him...
: Shame on you! Come back here again and my master and I shall see that you leave with more than just your tails between your legs! Chief Sheriff's Man
: 'My master and I'? There are only two of them!
[turns around to fight
: I shouldn't have said that.
: [as he fixes breakfast
] You think Marian'll want anything to eat?
: What is it girls eat? Djaq
: [Fiddling with some herbs in a bowl
] Special girl's food.
: [as he is applying pressure to Marian's wound, as well as holding his finger in the wound
] I'm not doing anything; I'm just pressing, right? Djaq
: Yes. There's not much else we can do. The other physician has the instruments. Much
] Should I be able to feel a heartbeat? Djaq
[Much looks at her, distraught
: [Djaq rushes to Marian, checks her then pounds her chest with her fist
: [Stopping her
] What are you doing, what are you doing? You'll hurt her! Djaq
: Trust me, Much! Where she is, she cannot feel a thing! Much
: [Djaq begins repeatedly pounding Marian's chest
] Come on, come on, Marian. Much
: [Feeling Marian's pulse in the wound
] YES! YES! Djaq
: ALLAH BE PRAISED! Much
: [Throwing his arms in the air
] ALLAH BE PRAISED! Little John
: [Raising his arms likewise
] ALLAH BE PRAISED! Much
: Well, how did you do that? Djaq
: Put your finger back in! Now!
[Much puts his finger back in the wound
: Bats. I hate bats. Bats are rats. Rats with wings. Djaq
: No, they're intelligent. Bats make noises you cannot hear. Allan A Dale
: What's the point of that? Noises you can't hear? Much
: What if there was a noise nobody could hear? And then if you were the only person in the world who could hear it. Because I am that person. To see sense where others see nonsense. Just like the bat. I take it back. I like the bat! The bat is my friend. The bat understands me.
: What do girls eat? Djaq
: Special girl's food.
: Does Marian want an egg or bacon? I don't care who she is, she can't have both.
: I didn't do anything. I just listened to him. Robin Hood
: Well, maybe that's the real magic. Listening.
[He slowly walks away, whistling
: Why don't you listen to me more then, Master?
[Robin continues whistling
: Master? Robin Hood
: [as if he only just noticed Much was talking to him
] What? Sorry. Sorry, did you say something? Much
: Unbelievable! You talk to me about listening, then you don't listen! Robin Hood
: Pardon? Much
: You talk to me about listening... Very funny.
[Robin laughs as Much catches on
: Very funny. But seriously, you don't, you don't listen to me. Robin Hood
: I *do* listen to you!
[They continue to argue; fade out
: So. Master, forgive me, but... you found him trying to burn a church, yet you saved him and not the church? Robin Hood
: Because I could not fit the *church* on my horse!
: [to Harold, just after he's woken up in the cage
] Don't worry, it's for your own protection... Well, ours, really. Harold
: What did I do this time? Much
: Well, let's just say you, ah, ruined the kebabs.
: Apart from being a girl, Djak is one of the lads.
: That's a gift? Prince Malik
: It was. A peace offering. Allan A Dale
: Peace? Let's stick needles in his head and see how he likes it. Prince Malik
: And this is what happens when cousins marry.
: We take the castle. We claim it under King Richard. We put Isabella under house arrest, we release the supplies, we release the men. And we hold that castle till King Richard returns. Much
: We can't take a castle! Guy of Gisborne
: We can if we go down the tunnel. When the old Sheriff returned from his failed mission in the holy lands, he became paranoid about repercussions. So he built himself an escape route. A tunnel. The diggers were silenced, I made sure of that. So no one else knows about the tunnel, especially not Isabella. It starts here, in a derelict churchyard outside the west gate, and it leads directly into the heart of the castle. I say we go down the tunnel, we seize Isabella, and we force her to dismiss her guards. If we take Isabella, we take the castle. Robin Hood
: If we time the break-in to coincide with the supply train leaving, most of the guards will be busy with the convoy anyway. Kate
: Count me out. I don't trust him! Little John
: How do we know this isn't a trap? Guy of Gisborne
: Because we want the same thing. Kate
: Since when have you cared about our people? Guy of Gisborne
: I don't. I just want Isabella. She betrayed me to Prince John and I intend to make her pay. Kate
: Now THAT sounds more like the Gisborne we all know and loathe! Robin Hood
: That's enough! We go through the tunnel! And that's my final word. Gisborne is one of us now. Our fate is his.
: All of this needs to be made into arrow heads. Much
: Robin. Robin Hood
: We're running out of time. Much
: Robin! Robin Hood
: Where's Tuck and John with those tools? Much
: She's gone. Kate.
: You say something? Allan A Dale
: Why is it always my fault? Much
: We got to find her. Robin Hood
: Much, Kate can look after herself. She's got a family to protect, we've got a castle to take.
] Little John
: What did you tell them, Judas? Tuck
: It's all over Nottingham. Allan's been pardoned by the Sheriff for services rendered. Allan A Dale
: WHAT? Robin Hood
: John, let him go. Allan A Dale
: Let me speak! Little John
: Oh, yeah, you're good at that, aren't you? Speaking, lying... Robin Hood
: John! John, come on! Let him go. Tuck
: Come on. Little John
: [as he's pulled off Allan
] Liar! Robin Hood
: [to Allan
] All right? Allan A Dale
: I have done anything! I swear, I haven't betrayed you! Much!
[Much stares stony faced
] Allan A Dale
: ... You believe me, Guy. Tuck? Robin. So you think I'm a coward? Is that it, yeah? What, that I've... sold you out to save myself somehow, yeah? Much
: You've done that before. Allan A Dale
: I know. And EVERY DAY I wish I could take that back, you know that! None of you? None of you believe me?... I'll be off, then. Much
: No. You tell her about the tunnel? Allan A Dale
: I told you, I haven't said... Robin Hood
: Tie him up! Allan A Dale
: What? No, no, no, no. Robin Hood
: I can't take the risk. Allan A Dale
: Robin. Robin Hood
: Once we have secured the castle we will come back and we will sort this out. Allan A Dale
: John, don't do this. Robin Hood
: ...get it done.
: I KNEW IT WOULD BE A TRAP! Robin Hood
: Much... let me think.
: There's no way out. Robin Hood
: There's always a way out, Much. Much
: So this is how it ends. This is how we die, buried in limestone. Hardly fair, is it? Robin Hood
: If one of us can reach the top, we can hold out longer. Much, come here. Gisborne, get on our shoulders. Much
: No! It's got to be you, Robin! You're the one who has to live! It has to be you.
: You're not weak. Allan A Dale
: No, but I might *get* weak. Anyway, it doesn't matter to you. Much
: Why? Allan A Dale
: You've always been weak.
: Very funny.
: We are Robin Hood. Allan A Dale
: What? Much
: Just say it. Much
, Allan A Dale
, Robin Hood
, Little John
, Will Scarlett
] We are Robin Hood.
: If we've learned one thing from today it's that you are never going into Nottingham alone again, ever. If you had died today... Robin Hood
: If I had died, today, Much, or if I die tomorrow, you will carry on without me. Much
: How? We are Robin Hood's men. Robin Hood
: No! You ARE Robin Hood! Much
: What? Robin Hood
: You are Robin Hood. And you are. And you are. All of you. Much
: ...we're not though, are we? Robin Hood
: Listen to me. Listen.We are not just six outlaws in the forest, we are the spirit of England, and THAT is Robin Hood! And that, Lads, THAT! Is this country's only hope.
, Robin Hood
, Allan A Dale
, Will Scarlett
: We... are Robin Hood!
: We've been herded. Much
: Like sheep. Robin Hood
: Like lambs... to the slaughter! They've been tracking us! They've exhausted our arsenals. I've one arrow left!
: Looking well, Gisborne. For a dead man. Sir Guy of Gisborne
: Be assured that your death will be real... not rumoured. Robin Hood
: You must have made quite an impression on Prince John. Sir Guy of Gisborne
: A better impression than you have. Much
: What's he got in there? Robin Hood
: How should I know? Just ready yourself. Much
: How can I ready myself when I don't know what I have to be ready for? Kate
: Just be ready for anything.
: All I'm saying is, I shot them. It's be nice if someone else offered to cook them. Kate
: Oh, don't look at me. Just because I'm the girl... Allan A Dale
: Oh, I think it's established that Much's the girl around here. Kate
: Hang on, Allan, what is this about? I am a man in mind and body. Allan A Dale
: Yeah? Prove it.
Allan A Dale
: What the HELL? Much
: ...you ready for that? Sir Guy of Gisborne
: Seemed a rather apt way to dispatch such virulent supporters of the Couer De Lion. He hasn't been fed in days. I wanted him ready for you.
: Prince John and his soldiers have made camp down there. Robin Hood
: What? How many men has he got? Much
: Thousands! Little John
: No! Much
: Hundreds! Kate
: Much. Much
: I didn't stop and actually count them! I can't actually count!
: The King's evil! Much
: Prince, Tuck. Prince is evil. Tuck
: Oh, no no no no no no no. Price John is searching for a victim of scrofula. Robin Hood
: So he repeat that same feat. Prove his divine right to the throne, yeah? Tuck
: We can give him a victim - I can make a potion which brings out red blisters on the neck which looks exactly like scrofula! Robin Hood
: So the nobles all assemble in the great hall. In comes Prince John with his victim. He touches him... Tuck
: ...fails. Robin Hood
: Then we humiliate him! Little John
: Which distracts the nobles while we steal the gold. Much
: That might work.
: [to angry gang
] She said she can help us. Isabella
: Look, I can get you into the castle. Tuck
: You want us to trust her with our lives? Little John
: Gisborne's sister? Robin Hood
: Yes. I trust her with mine. Allan A Dale
: All right, so she gets us in the castle. Then what? Much
: Then we get captured and I presume, killed.
: We're already too late, the gold is in the castle. Robin Hood
: Then we'll steal it back. Much
: It's dangerous! Robin Hood
: It's too dangerous not too!
: We are also against the Sheriff! Roy
: What do you want, a medal?
: [indignantly about Robin
] The Sheriff was cutting out tongues. Well, he could hardly stand by and watch people lose their tongues.
: Look, you've tied us up, we've tied you up, we could call it quits.
[the guards dragging Much away at Marian's wedding to Guy
] He needs you! Marian!
: Her, we liked. Robin Hood
: Her, we loved. Her, I loved. I loved her, and I never told her. Much
: Well, she knew.
: John, I think we're going to die. Little John
: A good day... Much
: What? Little John
: A good day... to die. Much
: What? Little John
] It's a saying. Much
: Take aim. Much
: I *hate* sayings.
: [as he and Djak run away from the Sheriff's guards
] -and you know where you can stick your *pike* too!
: [Disguised as a guard, sneaking up on Much and Djak, who are following his orders from a previous scene and waiting for him with two horses
] Oi! What do you think you're doing? Much
: Uh... Nothing. Just, uh... my horse... is lame, and, uh... I just wanted to rest him here, and...
[He and Djak draw their swords and lunge at the "guard"
] Robin Hood
: All right!
[Rips off his helmet
] Robin Hood
: Don't panic. It's me! Much
] Don't *do* that!
: Where's Little John? Robin Hood
: There's been a change of plan. Much
: Change of plan? Robin Hood
: I've found the distraction we needed. Much
: We're still rescuing Little John? Robin Hood
: Of *course* we are! And Luke the bow-maker. And the boy. And... Alice Little. And all the other prisoners. Oh, and the tax money. Much
: Not a *big* change, then?
: [Little John and the others have just returned from an attempt to rescue Djaq, during which they were forced to slide into a waste pile
] You *stink*! Ha!
: [after Robin decides on a risky plan
] *There is* something wrong with you. Robin Hood
: Brought you some food.
: Some knights in shining armor you lot are! Just swoop in, and now I have to leave home. Much
: You were in trouble! We were only trying to help. Kate
: Do I really have to do this? Robin Hood
: Kate, he'll tell the Sheriff and you'll be hunted, all right? It's time to say goodbye.
: You hear that? Allan A Dale
: Which bit? Kate being sarcastic? Kate being ungrateful? Much
: What she said about us! "You guys are legendary!" Plural. Referring to all of us, not just Robin. She may have turned me down, but she thinks I'm legendary.
: Yeah, I've been to war. I didn't come back a mad killer. Robin Hood
: Well, the demons work in different ways, don't they? But they're the same demons. Much
: Yeah, I've got my demons. And you've never held me like you held him. Robin Hood
: Much. Much
: You haven't! You haven't listened to MY story. Robin Hood
: That's because I was there with you! It's my story, too. Much
: Yeah, I know. It's just we've never talked about it. You know, we never talk. Robin Hood
: Well, all right. Well, let's talk. Much
: Not if you're doing it to humor me, no. Robin Hood
: Oh come on, Much. Much
: Whatever I say, you never listen to me, anyways. Robin Hood
: Well you KNOW that's not true.
: Old friend. You hold a special place in my heart. Much
: Do I? Robin Hood
: Well, do I really have to say it? Much
: No. Of course not. Just once in a while would be nice.
: [to the Sheriff
] Out of my kitchen!
: I knew a man once who got up, milked all his goats, and then went right back to bed, all in his sleep. Will Scarlett
: What? Much
: What? Djaq
: But it's true! His wife saw it. Will Scarlett
: And didn't she wake him up? Djaq
: Are you mad? She went out and bought six more goats.
: Even on a bad day, there is always something good. Or so my mother used to say.
: Get in there and get yourselfs ready. Much
: Ofcourse. We'll go in there and tune up Much
: [sees Allan
] We can't possibly go in there. Much
] Allan man
: Why not? Much
: We... never share dressing rooms. man
: You are already dressed. Much
: It's a principle... We're artists. Much
: [pointing at John
] He's the drummer.
: You just want everyone to love you. Robin Hood
: No, I do not want to be branded a killer. It is different. Much
: You want to be loved! And I'll tell you something, it's not fair. I love you, but no one gives me any food. Yet people who do not love you are fed. Robin Hood
: Oh, Much. Much
: No, the world is wrong. We're feeding people who do not love us and saving a man who wants us dead... I've changed my mind. I no longer love you. Now can I eat?
: [Robin has just reopened the mill and is surrounded by a joyful crowd
] He has to have the glory, doesn't he? Much
: Glory? Nah...
: I think he just wants to be loved.
Allan A Dale
: [about the food
] I thought you said 'chicken' Allan A Dale
: This is a pretty small chicken, Much... Again Djaq
: And have you seen in the trees? No squirrels lately. Much
: It's not squirrel. Djaq
: And what happened to the vegetables? All you eat is bread and meat. We're surrounded by eatable berries and leaves.
: Sorry. Who're you? Robin Hood
: That... That's Much Daniel
: Oh, yes. The servant. Much
: [the group laughs
] Very funny.
: That's the last drop. Tuck
: God help us.
: Hey. What's wrong? Robin Hood
: I envy them, Much. You know, they have nothing, and yet I envy them, their lives, because... they have each other. You know? Much
: Well... we've got each other. Robin Hood
: That's not the same though, is it? Much
: No. It's not.
: You're an educated man. Who sais it is better to give than to receive? Friar Tuck
: Oh, it's nobody important. Just some carpenter from Nazareth. Much
: Oh, him!
: The rope's too thick. I can't get through it.
[Drops arrow head
: We're toast! I knew it!
: We have a problem. Robin Hood
: We have many problems. Most of them guard-shaped.
: I love a wedding. And this is one of the best cakes I have ever tasted.
: ROBIN, STOP! Allan A Dale
: Come on, Robin! Little John
: ROBIN! Do NOT do this! Robin Hood
: Give me that staff!
] Little John
[Robin knocks him out with staff
: HEY! Hey, ROBIN! Robin Hood
: I SAID, STOP. HOLDING. ME. BACK! Allan A Dale
: You can't do this alone. Robin Hood
: And what are you going to do, Allan, eh? What are you going to do? Rat me out? Allan A Dale
: That's a bit harsh. Robin Hood
: Once a traitor, always a traitor! Much
: That's not fair. Robin Hood
: You shut up! You leech! You're pathetic. Allan A Dale
: You're tired, Robin. We've been traveling for months. Robin Hood
: And I've had time to think! And I've made up my mind. I don't need you anymore - any of you. Much
: You don't mean that. This is not you! None of this! Robin Hood
: MUCH, IT'S OVER! ROBIN HOOD IS FINISHED. Much
: ...don't say that. Robin Hood
: He died in the holy land, all right? With Marian. Now all I have left is vengeance. Much
: Then let us come with you. Robin Hood
: [knocks Much out, warningly holds out sword to others
] Stop holding me back, I mean it! Get back, now! Don't follow me. It's between me and Gisborne now - Gisborne dies today.
: Goodbye, Robin... forever.
: Well-shot! He's eaten his last lamb. Worth a bit too. The lord'll give us six pennies for his head. Much
: Six pennies for a wolf's head? Little John
: Aye, a wolf's head. Ours were worth more.
: Sir, what did he see in the book that made him go mad? Joshua de Talmont
: His own wickedness.
: ...so they tried to fight their way out, and that's when her brother was killed. And then all hell broke loose, and then Gisborne found out that Robin was with them, and now the Sheriff has Robin in the castle, heavily guarded. Little John
: Right. We go to Nottingham. Kate
: What about the village men? They're shipping them out to Ireland today! Tuck
: Robin is our priority. Kate
: Losing an entire generation of men will kill all the villages for miles around. You put one man before stopping that? Tuck
: Kate... villages are dying across England. The only thing that people have is a spark of hope called Robin Hood. He's more important then any one man: he's an idea. Something the people can believe in. Kate
: ...I gave up Robin Hood to Gisborne. Allan A Dale
: You what? Much
: You didn't say that! Kate
: I'd do it again, to save my little brother. He wasn't important enough. He was just a village man who wanted to raise a family and live an honest life. Well, I believed in HIM. Now he's dead. And you think that the idea of Robin Hood is more important then his life. You make me sick.
[Djaq is hiding behind a rock a little way from Much, who is sitting in front of an unlighted fire. She lights the fire using her glass
] A sign! Which means I have to fast...
[Djaq throws a dead rabbit on the ground next to Much
: Except God wants me to eat!
[Djaq throws another dead rabbit
: Quite a lot! Robin Hood
] Djaq. Come and join us.
: [afraid they've caught leprosy
] I got it for sure! I'll kill myself! Much
: We might be lucky... Will Scarlet
: Lucky? You might be. You might be lucky. Not me, not with my luck! I got it! I know I've got it!
: I wrestled with the King of England! Much
: Did you know he was the king, Robin? Where's his crown? Has he lost it? Robin of Loxley
: No, Much. Much
: Should've worn it, then, shouldn't he? Then we'd have known who he was.
: The King won't mind. Not ONE deer. He's got plenty, the King has. I'd tell him I was hungry. Robin of Loxley
: And he'd say, it's better to be hungry and have both your hands. Much
: Both my hands? Robin of Loxley
: And then he'd lop one off. So you'd remember what he'd said.