Merlin: Season 2, Episode 10

Sweet Dreams (11 Jun. 2010)

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Rulers from the Five Kingdoms converge on Camelot for a peace conference, including King Olaf and his spoilt, over-protected daughter Vivian. King Alined is also present, along with his ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
The Dragon (voice)
King Alined
King Olaf
Lady Vivian


Rulers from the Five Kingdoms converge on Camelot for a peace conference, including King Olaf and his spoilt, over-protected daughter Vivian. King Alined is also present, along with his jester, the wizard Trickler. He is a disruptive force who wants to cause discord between Olaf and Uther to gain ultimate power for himself. To this end he gets Trickler to bewitch Vivian and Arthur so that they fall in love and incur the annoyance of Olaf, who will challenge Arthur to a dual. This time it is down to Guinevere, rather than Merlin, to break the spell. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Bradley James who plays Arthur did his own stunt fighting with broad sword, bo, and hand-to-hand combat in the fight scenes against Lady Vivian's father, King Odin. See more »


In the first image of the castle Camelot, a jet's contrail in the sky is visible. See more »

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one of the best in the series
6 July 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

The reason for the popularity of this series (and continued popularity on DVD) is clear. It is enchanting. Literally. Speaking of which, this episode strays just far enough afield from the usual "Anthony Head as an annoying prat trying to kill Merlin" plot line to capture the imagination and indeed for a few brief moments actually brings to mind the very best of the British "comedy of manners" tales, where, it seems, everyone is in love with everyone else .....Bradley James continues to shine and if you watch the whole series top to bottom you will see that his infectious characterization became "the glue" which held the series together through thick and thin. The fact it effectively steals the main plot line from the very recent "troll" two parter(also brilliant, but mainly for the astonishing physical acting of Sarah Parish - see Beauty and the Beast I and II) is the only negative.

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