Has anyone ever heard of this TV show? Because I hadn’t…but apparently it’s pretty spectacular
I have not, though I know somebody that made a replica of Morgause’s dress (at least I think it was Morgause).
Is it the one on Netflix?
One of my friends likes it and has told me some about it. I’ve never seen it though
This might sound awful, but I thought this thread would be about someone’s pet…
Franklin… I… Franklin…
I’ve heard of it, but never watched it before…
Yeah it’s the one on Netflix! I’m almost done with the first season…and I think it’s pretty good so far.
Honestly if I hadn’t known it was a show I might’ve thought someone’s pet died too…
But then why would it have died in 2012? And why would I be mentioning it now?
I don’t know. I… I’m sorry…
Yes, I watched it as it was coming out. I loved that show. Gaius is my favorite.
It’s alright, I started it with my siblings as something where we could watch together and all really like but I’m the only one with a job and they all went ahead without me
That’s a struggle Wiley. I missed a lot of episodes of Monk that way.
I have been lurking around. I just haven’t had much to say.
Hi Manalive! We’ve all missed you. How’s life?
Yes indeed, what Awkward said.
Life’s a complicated issue. The future looks a little less clear with each passing day, but I’ve been doing just fine.
The thought of a pet never occurred to me, Tomorrow.
Gaius is the best, Manalive.
I find it hilarious that Merlin kinda acts like he’s surrounded by dunderheads, but he himself is a dunderhead, and Gaius is literally the one with a brain in the show, though the others have their moments.
Has anybody read the Squire’s Tales by Gerald Morris?
I haven’t. Are they good? I did have to read “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” in a college literature class, which is one of the traditional Arthurian stories that those books appear to be based off of. Later on in the semester I got to write one of my favorite college papers entitled “Sir Gawain and Everyman at McDonald’s”, which incorporated the main character (Sir Gawain) and the main character from another tale (Everyman) in a trip to a present day fast-food joint. The entire paper was written in rhyme. I had fun in that class. 😀
I haven’t finished the series yet, but so far so good!! It’s definitely more of a retelling than a reiteration of the tale.
I guess what I’m saying is, just know that it does take a lot of creative license 😀
It is pretty crazy how they start out Guinivere and Morgana in very different roles than they typically take.
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