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Sir Caradoc at the Round Table 

Alex's meddling in a King Arthur story begins to change the modern world when he prevents Lancelot's and Guinevere's love affair from being discovered.

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Matt Bellows (archive footage)
Wendy Anderson ...
Lily Bellows
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Cleo Bellows
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Max Asher
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Detective Saybrook
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Philthy
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Colette Stevenson ...
Guinevere
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F. Braun McAsh ...
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Leslie Malton ...
Barbara Frazier (archive footage)
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Gareth
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Storyline

Alex appears in Camelot as Caradoc, son of King Arthur's niece, who accepts Eliaures' beheading game and thereafter becomes a knight. In this position, and supported by Merlin, he strives to preserve Camelot by keeping Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere apart, preventing Arthur from discovering their love affair. It works but, to his horror, he discovers that his actions have started to change reality and his own fate. Written by statmanjeff

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29 September 2001 (Canada)  »

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Coincidence or not, only 7 years later BBC made a TV series Merlin (2008-2012) where the entire myth on Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot and even Merlin himself has been twisted and turned inside out, just like it was suggested by Merlin in this very episode. See more »

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Merlin: I was really hoping you were going to find a way to keep those two apart, but nothing seems to stop them rushing towards their fate, no matter what WE do about it.
Alex Bellows: Yeah, only this time, Sir Caradoc winds up in the dungeon because of me.
Merlin: Mmm. That is a different version of the story. Now, where do you suppose Arthur got that idea?
Alex Bellows: I thought you knew everything.
Merlin: Oh, legends get boring when they get set in stone, don't you think? This one's so much more interesting now that no one knows how it's ...
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References First Knight (1995) See more »

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