The rest of the scene, it's almost like I am slowly realizing (or perhaps being led to realize?) that there are key differences between Gerlois and this "mysterious stranger," like how Gerlois and all his soldiers have darker hair and this guy has lighter reddish-blond hair, or how the mysterious stranger is a devotee of the "old religion," like Migraine, while Gerlois has already been described as rabidly against the lame psychic powers of the Goddess, or how the only dog Gerlois brought to dinner was his wife. Could Migraine's husband and this random guy be less like each other? Because they're way different.
OH MY GOODNESS! You'll never guess! Mysterious guy leans across the table to get some kind of barbarian aperitif and exposes his inside wrist and -- wait for it -- there is a DRAGON TATTOO just hanging out on that wrist. Just like Merlin's dragon-shaped puddle of wine from less than five minutes ago! It looks just like it! This is more than a coincidence, I'm sure of it. In fact, my own psychic powers tell me this might just be the fellow Migraine's supposed to get procreating with. But can we be sure it's the same tattoo? Just in case, there's now a flashback to the blurry dragon-shaped puddle of wine and a quick comparison with the dragon tattoo on the guy (so you don't have to stop and rewind in order to compare, I assume, because this isn't Memento, people -- it's not even Blair Witch 2), then back to Migraine, who seems dizzy from this rapidly-reviewed turn of events. Maybe she thinks she's having deja vu since the flashback occurred so close to events which happened only minutes ago. Guess her short-term memory works the same as her lame mind powers, only in lame reverse.
Migraine excuses herself to flip out in the courtyard while High King Ambrose says to the assembled braid-and-beard capos of all New Jersey, "What I am about to say will be of great importance to you all." Ordinarily in a movie or book or real life, when someone says this, you feel like listening to what the person says next. If you don't feel that way this time, you're in luck! Because we don't hear the greatly important thing -- maybe it's too important for us to hear? -- but instead are treated to some awful dialogue that makes us feel greased up and dirty. Uther Pendragon has followed Migraine out into the courtyard and starts in on her like a fifties stereotype guy talking about blue balls, only even grosser because he's also talking about reincarnation, and how can she not give in to his advances when it's possible they were total porno sex-buddies in their other lives, maybe, not to mention that she's been begging for it ever since he walked in a few minutes ago when she checked out his arm and then bolted for the door. "Coach said I could die if we don't."
Migraine has a point to make about how married she is, but it's like they're at a dance club and it's really loud and he's just being polite and nodding, but he can't really hear her, because the music's too loud, and when he sees her mouth pause, he leans in and says creepy forward non-romantic weird things no matter what she just said. I think we've all been there. Except that this is not a discotheque, it's the dirty chicken yard outside Satriale's, and there is no techno music to be heard, because the only song invented at this point in history was "Greensleeves" (true fact!). Migraine gets up to dance or run away or buy a pack of smokes or something, I don't know that she is wholly aware of where she is, and she kind of wanders away with her eyes watering so much that I wonder if she's going to have another fit. Uther says to her, "I will come for you before the moon is full again." Which means she has less than two weeks to get her act together and obtain a restraining order from The Authorities.