BBC (ended 2012)
It was a pretty good episode, not as dramatic and all as the last episode was but I still liked it.
I was actually pretty surprised that I liked Elena that much She was such a sweet person. Although I wouldn't have eaten the frog
Loved all the Arthur/Gwen scenes, but I have to disagree with Gwen: it's not only hers and Arthurs perspective, Merlin is a Arthur/Gwen shipper too
Also thought Morgana being all: "It's so obvious you like him, I totally noticed it" was kind of ironic considering she didn't notice it AT ALL for a really long time
|is Morgana getting more prettier every time ? :O she looked so beautiful in this episode. ''The prettier the eviler? ''|
|Also thought Morgana being all: "It's so obvious you like him, I totally noticed it" was kind of ironic considering she didn't notice it AT ALL for a really long time|
I liked this ep, I was somewhat skeptical about it because it sounded similar to the Troll one and whilst it wasn't that different Elena was really likable which was nice. I like how all the females on Merlin always have a little bit of an edge.
I thought Miriam was fantastic.
I am not too thrilled about this episode. Some scenes were really great, like Arthur/Uther discussion at the begining, Gwen/Arthur scenes (the one in his chamber is actually quite moving lol), Morgana finding out about Gwen and Arthur...
But I found that the all story with the magic was made in a hurry. Scenes were too shorts. It's like 15 seconds with the sidhes and then 15 secondes with the misarable Arthur and then again 15 secondes with the nanny eating flies. It wasn't really like that but I felt like they wanted to show us a lot but didn't have time to do it.
And I like Merlin's advice : "Your destiny is to rule Camelot but you still have a choice. It's how you do it". I loved this because, in my opinion, he is actually telling Arthur to detach himself from his father's influence and start to think by himself ( and not only in the matter concerning Gwen).
|I didn't notice it either. When is it?|
Just watched the episode. Pretty good. But I think they need better writers. these writers keep drawing on past episodes and repeating stuff. How many more eps are there gonna be, where Arthur throws something at Merlin?(But This time it was kinda funny, as the pillow landed at Uther's feet!) It's like they aren't being very original. I too thought this was a recycling of beauty and the beast. And I thought they should have drawn some of the scenes out more, for instance, I LOVED seeing Arthur getting down on his knees to propose-- I just wish we could have seen a bit more of that...instead it cut off.I liked Elena, despite her being a fairy.Loved her riding skills. Her beating Arthur was great. And cute. And I liked that Lord Godwyn thot that Arthur had done the right thing. Again, he should have been referred to as a KING instead of a Lord. He was a bit more understanding than Uther, I think.
Disappointing not to see Sir Leon. Where's he hiding, anyway? Even if he doesn't have lines, he still belongs there. And why is it that we don't see Gwen curtsying to Arthur whenever she meets him? Grrrr. That's kind of a sore point, with me. Ahhh well. I liked this episode, and I would watch it again.That grunhilda character was a joy to watch....warts and all.