King Arthur: Is there a better time of year, Merlin? Ever since I was a boy I have loved the spring. And the festivals and revelry that go with it...
Merlin: Yes. And now you're a king who has trouble keeping his mind on business.
Prince Edwin: Might I suggest you do us all a favor and in the future learn to use your sword as something more than an ornament?
Prince Valiant: Your manner tempts me to use it now - as a skewer.
Prince Edwin: Since arriving in Camelot I've been told there are times you can be quite impressive with a sword...
Prince Valiant: I would like nothing better than to show you *how* impressive.
Queen Guinevere: [laughing] It's easier to jump the walls of Camelot on horseback than to persuade my husband to dance.
Queen Guinevere: You were a woman long before you ever thought of becoming a knight. And women are capable of far more than the male mind can imagine. Just because you wear a dress, pretty or otherwise, does not mean you cannot do anything you set your heart to. And should anyone ever try to suggest anything to the contrary, just calmly and quietly enlighten them.
[points the sword she just took down at the dressmaker's dummy]
Prince Edwin: I think she adores me.
Prince Giles: Than you and she certainly have something in common.
Prince Edwin: Do you know how many women back in Linden would give their lives to be my bride?
Rowanne: Let them get to know you better; I guarantee their numbers will dwindle.
Sir Bryant: There seems to be a bit of competition between our two young princes.
Sir Gawain: What do you say we go somewhere less crowded?
Prince Giles: A knight, or any man who hopes to be one, should fight only for right and honor. He should never raise a weapon simply to furnish his own glory.
Prince Edwin: What is this? My own brother turns against me?
Prince Giles: It is because I am your brother, and because I love you, that I tell you this. There is no honor here. If you truly do aspire to be a knight, set aside your arrogant pride. Shake Valiant's hand and walk away from this.
Sir Gawain: All right, lads. Let's not disappoint the people. Let's make it a good show. Now, let's have at it!
King Arthur: I want you two gentlemen to take a good hard look at the table before you. It has no edges or corners. Do you know why that is? Because in Camelot, no man is better than another. Any knight who aspires to this table must banish his own ego, and fight with, not against, the man who sits beside him.