When Edmund's Scottish lands are given to the King's Supreme Commander, Douglas McAngus, he plots revenge.
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Edmund is granted the lairdship of Roxburgh, Selkirk and Peebles. At the time this programme was made, Roxburgh, Selkirk and Peebles was the name of the parliamentary constituency of the leader of Britain's Liberal Party, David Steel
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In the hunting scene McAngus tries but fails to sheath his dagger after using it to skin an animal but instead holds it in place until his back is turned. With The Black Adder hanging upside-down behind him a reshoot was presumably not thought desirable. See more
[Edmund has unwillingly given up his lands in Scotland to McAngus
Hey, I hope life doesn't become dull for you not being able to pass laws over Scotland.
[Edmund laughs nervously and turns away from the violent Scotsman
[under his breath
I wouldn't pass water over Scotland.
In reference to the plot, king Richard IV is credited as "Richard XII of Scotland" and Edmund is credited by his Scottish titles. See more