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Episode title?

Does anyone have a clear idea what the episode title is referring to? Is it Gwen? Because that's an odd place to refer to Arthurian legend. And the bulk of the episode doesn't have a lot to do with Gwen, besides the mushy romantic parts. Isn't it more about Arthur? Am I missing something?

Comments

Default avatar cat
Oct 13, 2009 9:54AM EDT
Guinevere is Arthur's future Queen. It's interesting how they will show the romance between the two as they have changed the positions. In Arthurian legend and Arthurian mythos, Guinevere was the daughter of King Leodegrance. Arthur was not a Prince. Guinevere also has a relationship with Sir Lancelot as known from the legend and mythos of their love affair. Another part I find interesting is that in the show, Lancelot is not from noble blood? Arthurian mythos, not so much Arthurian legend shows that Lancelot (born Galahad) is the son of King Ban of Benwick (or Benoic) and Elaine. Therefore, from noble blood!!
Default avatar cat
Sep 29, 2009 7:42AM EDT
arthur is called "the once and future king" because in these legends he didn't really die but is someone going to come back to life and help britain in its hour of need. (odd i know). and since gwen is his queen and this is the first episode where they have romantic interaction, its referring to the fact that someday she'll be his queen. Didn't you notice how they played up the kiss and tried to make it all epic with the music and sunlight?
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