Prince John: You impersonate the King?
Robin Hood: Just like you. PRINCE John.
Prince John: Arrest him!
Robin Hood: You can do what you want! These people, they know the truth.
Archbishop Walter: And so do I. I will never make you King.
Prince John: Where's my crown?
Guy of Gisborne: Is this what you're looking for? How about a state funeral?
[aims crossbow at Prince John]
Robin Hood: Gisbrone! Don't do it. I know he deserves it, but with no leader at home, England could be ripped apart, torn up by war.
Guy of Gisborne: What has England ever done for me?
Guy of Gisborne: Don't think I won't shoot you as well after everything you've done.
Isabella: I know. But you'll have to decide which one of us you want dead the most - Prince John or me. Because as much as I hate Robin Hood, he loves his country. And he won't give you a second shot.
Townspeople: Long live the King! Long Live the King! Long live the King!
Prince John: ...long live me!
Much: It's Sheridan.
Tuck: The keeper of the crown.
Robin Hood: Used to be the King's favorite trainer of knights... he trained me.
Much: 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.
Much: You can hold my hand if you get scared.
[Much grabs hand]
Kate: Much, get off me!
Robin Hood: It's time to play dead. Come on, get this lid off
[starts pushing lid off coffin]
Much: 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!
Isabella: I mean, what does Sheridan know about Nottingham, anyway? Stupid old fool!
Guy of Gisborne: Hello, Sister.
Isabella: Guy, please, please just wait.
Guy of Gisborne: What, for you to betray me again?
Isabella: You got what you deserved.
Guy of Gisborne: And you will get what you deserve.
Isabella: So kill me. You did as much to me when I was a child, anyway.
Guy of Gisborne: Is that to be your dying thought?
Isabella: Yes. Go on. End it now. Put us both out of our misery. Come on! What's wrong with you? Maybe we change things. King Richard is dead. Prince John is due to be crowned.
Guy of Gisborne: What?
Isabella: That's right. I can help you.
Guy of Gisborne: How can you help me?
Isabella: I can speak for you. But for that, you need me alive. Kill me, and you kill your last chance back with the new King. Let me live, and we both get what we want.
Archbishop Walter: Thank you, Robin Hood. England owes you a debt of gratitude.
Robin Hood: Just make sure Prince John pays it.
Prince John: Stop! Fragile! This is what happens when you employ incompetents. I trust you will not make the same mistake, Sheriff.
Isabella: Oh, fear not, Sire. By the time you return I intend to have Robin Hood in shackles alongside my brother... or coffins.
Tuck: If God had wanted you to have the crown, he's have given it to you.
Prince John: I want the theme of my coronation to be "Out of the darkness, into the light." And I want all the guards with mirrored shields to reflect the glory of my leadership far and wide.
Archbishop Walter: I wonder if this opulence is appropriate while people starve.
Prince John: Well, I'm giving them something to aspire to. Archbishop. All right,very well, I'll compromise. I'll use rubies instead of diamonds.
Robin Hood: If you were Sheridan, where would you hide the crown?
Tuck: Well, you know him better then I do.
Robin Hood: Well, apparently not.
Tuck: Come on, Robin, trust yourself.
Robin Hood: What did he say? "Surrounded by outlaws, where outlaws fear to tread."
[Looks at Tuck, they both have the same thought]
Robin Hood: The Dungeons.
Robin Hood: You know... I think this is the first time we've ever stopped a carriage to give gold back.
Little John: 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?
Little John: STOP IT!
Tuck: Come on! Robin could be dead and you're squabbling like a couple of school boys!
[Both stop, ashamed]
Tuck: Put them out of their misery, will you?
Kate: 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.
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?
Lord Sheridan: Hello, Master.
[Robin takes hood off]
Lord Sheridan: Robin of Locksley.
Robin Hood: Shh. I do apologize for our surroundings. I'm not really a favorite with the guards.
Lord Sheridan: So it's true. I heard tell of your feral existence.
Robin Hood: I thought it only right to raise a toast to our late King. I know you would have been as... distraught as I was with the news.
Lord Sheridan: Indeed. But we must look to the future. You're not going to cause me any problems, are you?
Robin Hood: What do you mean?
Lord Sheridan: Well, I also hear that you've been making trouble for the Prince. And as the new Sheriff of Nottingham, I can't allow that to happen.
Robin Hood: So you're to be the new Sheriff, are you?
Lord Sheridan: Mmm. And a very strict one at that!
Robin Hood: All work and no play. That doesn't sound like Lord Sheridan, the great keeper of the crown, to me.
Lord Sheridan: The crown is surrounded by outlaws... where outlaws fear to tread.
Robin Hood: Well, if you're happy with the Prince, then what problems could I possibly have?
Lord Sheridan: To King John!
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!
Isabella: I wanted to give you a personal coronation gift from me.
Prince John: ...so you take me to your bedchamber?
Lord Sheridan: Lady Isabella.
Prince John: Pay her no heed. She's a prisoner of state for aiding and abetting her terrorist brother, Gisborne, in the attempted assassination of the new King of England.
Lord Sheridan: A serious crime.
Prince John: For which she will be punished as seriously as you shall be rewarded.
Lord Sheridan: Perhaps she merely requires the firm hand of a man to encourage her to mend her ways.
Prince John: But where, where would I find such a man willing to martyr himself?
Lord Sheridan: Always at your service, Your Highness.
Prince John: She's all yours.
Isabella: Please, Sire...
Prince John: Or she can rot alone down here.
Kate: 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?
Robin Hood: Well, for a coronation to take place, you need a crown, am I right? Well then, we steal his crown.
Guy of Gisborne: So... how I am to get back into the New King's favor?
Isabella: I have decided to speak to him for you, on one condition. I need you to apologize.
Guy of Gisborne: Apologize? What for?
Isabella: You know what for.
Guy of Gisborne: Isabella, had I not arranged your marriage, we would still be living in some godforsaken corner of France without a penny or acre to our name.
Isabella: Better that then to have been with him.
Guy of Gisborne: No, it is not my fault that you failed to make the best of your chance. In fact, it's down to me that we're still in with a chance of anything, so instead of wasting time, I say we work out exactly what it is you're going to say to the Prince.
Isabella: I was thinking, maybe I should just drug you and hand you in to him myself.
Guy of Gisborne: ...what?
Isabella: I was willing to forgive you, brother. But you don't deserve my absolution.
[Guy gasps and knocks his cup over]
Isabella: Oh, no, no, It's not your drink. It's your wound. Straight into your bloodstream.
Robin Hood: [Speaking of dogs] You taught them well.
Lord Sheridan: Better then you.
Robin Hood: You taught me to love the King, not lie about him.
Lord Sheridan: I gave the King the best years of my life, and do you know what he gave me in return? Retirement. Too old to train his knights and good for nothing but looking after his jewelry.
Robin Hood: He entrusted you with the crown because he loved you!
Lord Sheridan: Then why didn't he keep me by his side? Is that the blow of an old man?
Robin Hood: So that's what this is about, is it? You gave up on your country for your vanity, for your ego?
Lord Sheridan: If the King cared about the country he's be here, but he isn't!
Robin Hood: [flips Sheridan to the ground] Your time is past, old master.
Lord Sheridan: It still is my time.
[Guards appear and grab Robin]
Lord Sheridan: Leave him. He's mine. Just like the crown. Out of respect for a good student, I will not kill you, but you shall never see England again. Take him to Hull. Put him on a boat. One way. Farewell, Locksley!
Tuck: 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: [exhales] Good. But doesn't "storm" imply that there's more then five of us?
Robin Hood: How about six?
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.
Prince John: Do you love me? I said, DO YOU LOVE ME?
Prince John: You know, I think I prefer this one to the real thing. At least this one doesn't lie and double deal. And steal his brothers place on his fathers throne... or in his mother's heart.I've been in your shadow too long, brother. It's my turn to step into the light while you burn in the pits of hell!
Prince John: Wakey, wakey, Archbishop! No rest for the wicked. You've got a coronation to attend - mine. All mine. And no one to stop me.