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Scullery Maid: You old goat! If I ever catch you in my kitchen again, I'll--
Merlin: [firmly] Madame, you won't! [disappears in a puff of smoke]
Scullery Maid: [surprised] Oh dear. He-he's gone!
Sir Ector: Well, by Jove...
Kay: We ought to run the old geezer right out of the castle.
Sir Ector: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, Kay, no! He might cast an evil spell on the lot of us. Turn us all to stone! Shh! No, there's no telling what the old devil might do.
Arthur: He's not an old devil! He- he's good, and his magic is good, too. If you'd just leave him alone--
Sir Ector: Now look here, Wart, that's three more demerits!
Kay: Box his ears, Dad.
Arthur: Just because you can't understand something, it doesn't mean it's wrong!
Sir Ector: [spluttering in shock] Ten more demerits!
Arthur: [in tears] You make all the rules, and nobody else can say anything!
Sir Ector: You've said aplenty, boy! All that popping off just cooked your goose! Kay, from now on, young Hobbs is your squire. You hear that, Wart? Hobbs is going to be Kay's squire.
Arthur: [quietly] Yes, sir.
Kay: And that'll teach you to pop off, you little pipsqueak. [As Kay leaves the kitchen with Sir Ector, he chops a mop (that humiliated him earlier) in half with his sword]
[Arthur kneels in the kitchen alone with the broken mop in his hand, feeling sad and ashamed. Merlin magically appears.] Merlin: I'm sorry, lad. Sorry I spoiled everything. I know that trip to London meant a great deal to you.
Arthur: Oh, it's not your fault. I shouldn't have popped off. Now I'm really done for.
Merlin: No, no, you're in a great spot, boy. You can't go down now, it can only be up from here.
Arthur: I'd like to know how.
Merlin: Use your head, and education, lad.
Arthur: [lightning up] What good would that do?
Merlin: Get it first, and who knows? Are you willing to try?
Arthur: [resigned] Well, what have I got to lose?
Merlin: [patting his back] That's the spirit! We'll start tomorrow! We'll show 'em, won't we, boy?
Arthur: [unenthusiastically] We sure will.
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