We were on the third episode of the series and in one scene, Guinevere was supposedly "giving up her flower" (Thank you, Monica Geller!) to her new husband, Leontes (who is actually Lancelot, but Camelot's creator thought Leontes is a better name).
Hours before her wedding to Leontes, Guinevere had spent time with Arthur. And by "spent time" I meant this:
|Guinevere and NOT HER FIANCE|
She knew that she was in trouble. She knew that her future husband (as in, just hours near into that future! She was gonna marry that night!) would know she's no longer a virgin.
So, she hatched an evil plan.
That night, as expected, the marriage between Guinevere and Leontes was consummated:
|THIS IS HER FIANCE. NOW HER HUSBAND.|
This happened in spite of King Arthur's disdain, by the way.
He presided over their wedding. But he was clearly pissed (see facial reaction) the woman he just had, uh, sexy time (hah!) with was right in front of him saying "I do" to one of his best friends.
You must know the legendary story by now. So back to the Honeymoon Suite...
Alright, after this:
Leontes went to pee, not a few feet away from his new wife...
And Guinevere took the chance to take something from under her side of the bed...
What is it?
Tadaaaaaaaah! It's blood!
From this poor guy...remember him? (Scroll up!)
And once Leontes saw the blood, he was concerned but he also smiled all-knowingly...
And that's when I said, "HAHA! STUPID!"
But of course, as pointed out by the husband watching it with me --- this was in a different time and they didn't know any better and women wore real chastity belts.
But I just feel sorry for Leontes because:
- Lancelot is a better sounding name.
- His new wife and his best friend, the King, are cheating on him.
- It's the Days of Yore (Thank you, Rachel Green!) and his haircut is so 2010 Justine Beiber, which is to say....it's not hip when a grown man is sporting it.
Anyhoot...I think I'm the only one who watched the episode and found it funny. :P Amusing thoughts aside, Camelot's still entertaining and the costume department is top-notch!
I love what they had Arthur wear...this deep blue and hunter green ensemble. I thought it looks current. A gorgeous man can wear this thing now:
And the women's jewelry? Gorgeous!!!
Have you been watching Camelot? Enjoying all the sex scenes, huh? LOL!