Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Sir Gadabout: The Worst Knight in the Land

Sir Gadabout, the Worst Knight in the Land

On Saturday night, after going to confession and picking up Eden from work, she mentioned the idea of going to the video shop and getting the Thief Lord for the little kids. So we drove to the video shop, went inside and began looking for it. As it turned out, they didn't have it. Which was very disappointing! But we ended up coming out with one or two, or seven or eight movies. :P Yeah, anyway....one of the movies we got was called Sir Gadabout: The Worst Knight in the Land, which we had seen at the S's when we went four our Holiday in 2011 over for the Deb. Gee, that was a long time ago! Anyway, we'd only seen the first two and so we begged Mum to get it, assuring her that yes, she'd probably hate, and yes it was really, stupid. But the important thing: It was funny!

Basically that's a lot of what we've been watching since Saturday night. I love Sir Gadabout. Yep, that's right. It's funny, (hysterical in fact) lame, stupid, ridiculous, and some rather interesting story-lines. Yes, I know that to some people they are really repetitive and yes some of them are very hiding-behind-hands-because-it-is-so-embarrassing type way. Like Eleanora's Betrothal. :)

On Sunday night we sat down and watched the three last of the episodes (there were only five on the disc! Five mind you!) and we all laughed very hard. Even Mum found it funny.
Then me being the awesome person that I am (and not too modest about it :P ) found some more on YouTube which was great.
Now, apparently it's suppose to be based loosely on the King Arthur legends. Now, what it actually means is VERY loosely based. King Arthur is a dimwit, and is obsessed with his hair ('Do you think I should try scrunched?') Gadabout is a loyal, but bumbling, Knight of the Round table. Who always calls King Arthur, 'Majesty.'  Joining him at the round table are: Sir Lancelot (who I hate and I really enjoy it when something bad happens to him) Sir Gestion, Sir Real, Sir Prano, Sir Tificate, and Sir Prise, who obviously do exactly as King  Arthur tells them.
Also in there are Will, Sir Gadabout's squire who wishes to be a great knight one day, Merlin, (who does absolutely nothing) Princess Eleanora the daughter of King Arthur who has a lots more brains than people think she has and is the mysterious, but ever helpful, Sir Knight. Rancid and Nanny, a comical version of Mordred and his aunt Morgan Le Fay, are always the bad guys! And they are rather funny, too.

Will and Eleanora 
So if you are in the mood for a laugh, entertainment, and a rather interesting medieval story with a lot of dashes of modern day addes in, then please be my guest: watch Sir Gadabout, see how funny it is. And maybe we can go and talk about how funny it it! :D

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