7 October 2006
Robin, Earl of Huntingdon, returns to Locksley from fighting with King Richard in the Crusades, but England is not as he left it and all attempts to resume his former life are foiled by the Sheriff of Nottingham.
14 October 2006
Robin is captured by Little John, the sheriff takes extreme measures to find Robin, and Marian tries to offer assistance.
21 October 2006
An assassination attempt implicates Robin, and calls for an unholy alliance.
28 October 2006
Roy is captured and the results may be dire for Locksley; at Nottingham, Marian pays a price for her outspokenness.
Season 1, Episode 5: Turk Flu4 November 2006
Robin interferes when the sheriff begins to man his mines with slaves.
11 November 2006
Robin captures a tax inspector and plots to heist the year's taxes, but a surprise is in store for both him and the sheriff; Marian makes her own preparations after a row with her father, and Gisbourne makes his intentions clear.
18 November 2006
Allan A'Dale's brother comes to Locksley and keeps putting his foot wrong; meanwhile at Nottingham the Sheriff is convinced there's a spy leaking info to Robin, but the trap Gisbourne sets has far-reaching consequences.
25 November 2006
Robin, chafing under the announcement of Marian's engagement, comes upon a devastating discovery about Gisbourne that ties him to the Holy Land.
2 December 2006
When Gisborne betrays a friend to obtain Greek Powder for the Sheriff, Robin scrambles to find the recipe and stash of powder before the Sheriff turns it against him. Elsewhere, Much is unexpectedly promoted, and Marian puts her trust in the wrong man.
9 December 2006
When Robin saves an arsonist from burning Locksley Church he unleashes a series of events culminating in the discovery of a mysterious Saracen visitor at Nottingham Castle.
16 December 2006
A routine trip to Locksley to collect new weaponry descends into chaos when Robin and Little John witness a brutal tax collection and the capture of their bow maker.
23 December 2006
The glorious news spreads that King Richard is returning to England. For most it hails a return to the good old days, but for Will and Allan it means a return to their lacklustre former lives - and for Robin and Marian it means her impending marriage to Guy of Gisborne. Robin is desperate to find evidence convicting Gisborne of his crimes, while Marian sets out on one last mission as the Nightwatchman. But tragedy strikes and as the Sheriff and his men surround Robin and the gang it seems that Marian and Robin will be separated forever- if not by Gisborne and the bonds of marriage, then by something far more powerful and impossible to stop.
Season 1, Episode 13: A Clue: No30 December 2006
Robin cannot come to terms with losing Marian. He refuses to help Edward in confronting the King and abandons Much and the gang: his world has fallen apart. There is no point in being Robin Hood anymore. But all is not what it seems and the discovery of a terrible secret will spur Robin back into action and see the Sheriff and Gisborne defeated before the day is out.
Season 2, Episode 1: Sisterhood6 October 2007
Robin Hood is back stealing from the rich, until he is tricked by a woman who turns out to be the Sheriff's sister and one of his men turns against him.
14 October 2007
In his first mission since discovering the devastating truth about operation Shah Mat, Robin launches an abortive raid on Nottingham Castle's new Strong Room. The Sheriff has stored all his Shah Mat funding in the medieval Fort Knox, but, before the Black Knights arrive to divide up the silver, he's preparing a final big deposit.
Season 2, Episode 3: Childhood20 October 2007
When a group of boys accidentally stumble on Gisborne's weapons-testing site, all but one is taken prisoner. The resourceful escapee, Daniel, is able to elude Gisborne's men and runs to Robin to raise the alarm. Robin is horrified to discover that Gisborne has developed an indestructible new suit of armour, made of special Damascus steel - an army wearing this armour would easily defeat King Richard and must be stopped!
27 October 2007
The Sheriff and his sinister scientist, Joseph, are testing a chemical weapon on a street in Nottingham Town and blaming the ill effects on the Pestilence. But Dan Scarlett (Sean Murray), who is in town to visit his son Will, knows it is not the pestilence at all.
3 November 2007
A horrified Robin realises that his plan to capture the Sheriff's spy, Henry of Lewes, has failed because he has a traitor in his gang. Fearing for Marian's safety in the castle, Robin sets about rooting out the turncoat. His only clue is supplied by Marian: the spy's meeting place is located at the Trip To Jerusalem Inn, where the traitor outlaw sells his secrets to Gisborne.
10 November 2007
The Sheriff's Black Knights gather at the castle to attend a feast and declare their allegiance to Prince John by signing the Great Pact of Nottingham. With the outlaws disguised as entertainers, Robin infiltrates the castle to join forces with the only man who can stop them: former Sheriff Edward's old ally and Black Knight, the Sheriff of Winchester. Winchester's territory is key to the Sheriff's Shah Mat plan that will apprehend a homecoming King Richard at the southern ports.
17 November 2007
Robin is determined to get hold of the Great Pact of Nottingham, written proof of the Sheriff's treason. So when lovelorn knight John of York (John Hopkins) and his chest of silver pass by Robin and the gang, and the Knight begs the outlaws to take pity on him and save his girl, Robin formulates a plan.
24 November 2007
Marian wakes up in Sherwood Forest on the first day of the rest of her life as an outlaw with Robin and his gang. Surprising everyone with a new energy and recklessness, however, she jeopardises the gang's mission to bring aid to Clun Village after it's ransacked by the Sheriff's men.
1 December 2007
A mortally wounded, one-legged messenger from King Richard flees Locksley Manor pursued by Gisborne's men and ends up in the arms of Robin. With his dying breath, he tells Robin that the King needs him to return to fight in the Holy Land, and utters the word "Lardner".
Season 2, Episode 10: Walkabout8 December 2007
Tormented by Robin Hood, The Sheriff sleepwalks straight into Sherwood Forest. Unfortunately, he goes missing on the very day that Prince John's messenger, Jasper, arrives to check all is well in Nottingham. By the time Gisborne raises the alarm, Prince John's private army is already on its way, ready to raze Nottingham at sunset. Drastic action is called for, so, while keeping up appearances with Jasper, Gisborne and Marian secretly task Robin with tracking down the Sheriff in the forest.
15 December 2007
The Sheriff has turned Locksley into a garrison town, throwing its people out to make room for an army of vicious mercenaries. As Robin and the outlaws formulate a response plan to stop them, they are intercepted by three burly King's Guards, led by the fearsome Legrand who brings a vital message from King Richard.
29 December 2007
Robin and the Outlaws arrive at a barn for Robin's birthday party, only to find that they are surrounded by The Sheriff's mercenaries and will not be let out alive. The Outlaws share their secrets with one another while the traitor, Allan A Dale, realizes that The Sheriff and Gisborne are heading to the Holy Land to kill the King. Fearless Marian takes it upon herself to stop The Sheriff in his tracks, while Allan must choose his allegiance.
29 December 2007
Robin and the Outlaws, The Sheriff, Gisborne and Marian are now in the Holy Land. Robin warns the King of the impending threat to his life, but The Sheriff's cunning has prevailed and, instead of a heroes' welcome, Robin and the Outlaws are treated as traitors. Marian makes a final attempt to redeem Gisborne - if he kills The Sheriff, he will have everything he wants, including her.
28 March 2009
When Robin returns from the Holy Land to avenge Marian's murder an epic battle rages between him and Gisborne, with both determined to fight to the death. Tuck arrives in Nottingham searching for Robin Hood, believing he's the only man who can unite the people of England and destroy the tyrannical reign of the Sheriff, Gisborne and Prince John.
4 April 2009
The Sheriff sells the local village men to Irish warriors who need new army recruits, but when Robin is captured himself, can he escape execution in time to save the conscripts? Kate, a village girl from Locksley, tries to help the outlaws and rescue her brother, but her heroics have devastating consequences.
11 April 2009
The Sheriff turns the heat up on Robin and his gang by forcing the Abbot to accuse them of stealing from the church. Tuck's attempt to clear Robin's name ends with him being captured and tied to the rack. Will the gang free Tuck in time, while escaping execution themselves?
18 April 2009
Ruthless Rufus is in town, intent on revenge. When he kidnaps Allan and Kate, Robin retaliates by snatching his son. Robin and the gang face a race against time as they try to find Rufus' hiding place. Will they succeed, or is this the end of the road for Allan and Kate?
25 April 2009
Gisborne is back, and he is not alone; by his side are Prince John's Elite Guards and a mysterious weapon. This time, he is determined to catch Hood. As the gang run for their lives, Little John gets separated and ends up in a Gladiator circus. And who is the damsel in distress Robin saves?
2 May 2009
Prince John pays a long-awaited visit to Nottingham, and he is out to make mischief. With Gisborne and the Sheriff assigned a royal mission, it surely spells the end for one of them. Meanwhile, Robin is up to mischief of his own, but who is the lucky woman?
9 May 2009
A heat wave hits Nottinghamshire and, when Prince John blocks all the local wells, the outlaws are forced to take desperate measures to save those at risk. Prince John discovers Robin and Isabella's secret relationship, and orders Gisborne to dispose of them, telling him that if he completes the task he will be made the new Sheriff. Isabella proposes a life away from Nottinghamshire, and Robin has to make a difficult choice about his future.
23 May 2009
Isabella will go to any lengths to prove her loyalty to the Prince, and to win the Sheriff's job for herself. Meanwhile, suspicious news arrives from the Holy Land that King Richard is dead, and Robin squares up against his former mentor, Lord Sheridan, in an attempt to stop Prince John's hasty coronation.
30 May 2009
Gisborne awaits his execution in a Nottingham dungeon, and meets a fellow prisoner who has a profound effect upon him. Robin thinks he can strike a deal with Sheriff Isabella, but his plans are thwarted when an unexpected stranger from her past arrives, looking for revenge.
Season 3, Episode 10: Bad Blood6 June 2009
It's a step back in time as a mysterious figure forces Robin and Gisborne to hear the story of their past. The truth about their parents is exposed and a huge revelation rocks them both to the core. As the strange figure shows his face, Robin and Gisborne know their lives will never be the same again.
13 June 2009
The gang is shocked when Robin announces that Gisborne is joining their fight against Isabella, but can their uneasy truce survive? Robin and Gisborne then travel to York to save their half-brother Archer from execution, and find that he has made a formidable enemy in the Sheriff of York.
20 June 2009
The battle begins as Isabella rounds up men to send to Prince John, and the gang does everything they can to stop her. Archer joins forces with his sister, and sends a trap to snare Robin and Gisborne. But who is really pulling the strings behind the evil that is coming to Nottingham?
27 June 2009
War breaks out in Nottingham as the Sheriff attacks with everything he has. Robin and the gang fight to defend the castle, but are forced to retreat. Finally it comes down to the feared few: Robin, Gisborne, Isabella and the Sheriff. Who, if anyone, will survive the bloodiest of battles?
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