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Singing Camelot Knight #4 Who was played by John Cleese (who also played Sir Lancelot the Brave). You can see yellow and silver in this frame: This knight is also wearing yellow and silver, and the crest is conceivably the same: And in case you are not quite sure who's face that is, here is John Cleese wear the same pattern and crest: So yes, a knight ...


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Sir Bedevere is determining the truth of the assertions made by the guards (independently or not). Or simply the reason Arthur was able to find a coconut to use as a horse in the first place. But like this whole movie, it is focused more on being funny than making sense. So in short, it's a reference to the first scene of the movie. GUARD #1: Halt! ...


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Sir Bedevere's defining characteristic is that he's a man of scientific inquiry. The fact that our first view of him is conducting an experiment (albeit a nonsensical one) is a way of introducing this concept to the audience. Now, obviously his experiment is a reference to the scene a few moment before (in which the guard asserts that a bird couldn't carry ...


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Firstly, in the books so far, GRRM has only used a few words of Valyrian. When it got turned into a TV show, David Peterson used those few words to create the language for the show. Indeed, it turns out... Yes, it's a reference Not only is 'Oa mysa iles me nýnyghi.' Astapori Valyrian for 'Your mother is a hamster', but according to this interview with ...


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