Merlin (2008–2012)
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A Servant of Two Masters 

When Merlin falls into Morgana's hands, he becomes a deadly weapon in her fight for supremacy. Using ancient magic, she pits friend against friend to create the perfect assassin. An ... See full summary »

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When Merlin falls into Morgana's hands, he becomes a deadly weapon in her fight for supremacy. Using ancient magic, she pits friend against friend to create the perfect assassin. An oblivious Arthur is in great danger. Will anyone notice Merlin's unusual behaviour before he does the king some serious harm? Written by bbc

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As Merlin enters Arthur's chambers to give him his lunch, Guinevere is serving Arthur at the end of the table nearest the door. Yet, by the next shot, Arthur is sitting at the opposite end. See more »

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[Morgana throws a bucket of water into Merlin, who is hanging from the ceiling by bound wrists]
Morgana: [coldly] Good morning.
Merlin: [sarcastically] Is it?
Morgana: Oh, don't be like that. We've a lot of catching up to do. After all, I haven't seen you since you condemned my sister to a slow and painful death, thwarted my plans to take over Camelot, and forced me to live in a hovel.
Merlin: Couldn't do me a favor, could you? Let Arthur know. He still thinks of me as an underachiever, but I'm quite proud of those accomplishments...
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The writers took a risk ... and it paid off...
10 January 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

As indicated in reviews of other episodes. the quality of this superb series can waver, depending on whether the writers are willing to acknowledge they are dealing with one of the greatest dramatic tales of all time, or whether they would simply rather muck about.

This episode starts off with a direct and long overdue confrontation between Colin Morgan and Katie McGrath (who, BTW, may possibly be one of the most photogenic individuals ever to grace the small screen).

However, just when the audience might think sparks are going to fly, the writers find their inner Jerry Lewis and suddenly we have a slapstick comedy taking place for most of the remainder of the episode.

To be honest, it should not have worked. But it did. By now of course it is clear that the writers are building to a close, yet willing to do whatever it takes to delay until the final season.

Good clean fun.


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