There are no CDs in Cornwall. Instead, there are Merlin and Gerlois riding up on horses at this very moment (conveniently for Daddy's little girl, because who knows what Gerlois's instructions were if any of his women got caught disobeying his decree). I know what you're saying -- Gerlois is a dead man, killed moments ago by Uther Pendragon, and since he's Christian he won't even get reincarnated. Yes, that's true. And even though Rogaine psychically saw her father's death a couple of times already in the last ten minutes, she's able to suspend disbelief and run up to her "father" and Merlin, who is getting sassy without Vivarin to keep him down, and keeps throwing shade at the red-tape guys. The guard is unable to do likewise, instead asking to peek under "Gerlois's" helmet; apparently, this was another rule set forth by Gerlois before leaving, just in case someone stole his armor, impersonated him, and rode up in the company of the Lady of the Lake's second-in-command. My lord's motto is "Be Prepared For Every Contingency." So too is that of the Harvest Home Womyn's Collective: there's some weirdly stock-footage-like wind in the trees, and Merlin makes some stupid faces, and "Gerlois" removes his helmet to reveal that he is, in fact -- Gerlois. I KNOW! I thought it was going to be Uther, but that's only because I've seen a movie before. The guard, who has not, is apparently just being a jerk for no reason except for the opportunity to show us that the power of the Harvest Home Womyn's Collective is such that it can make a tall, swarthy red-haired man look just like a tall, swarthy dark-haired man.
Rogaine didn't see her father's death as a barrier to his coming home, and hasn't noticed the weirdness of him hanging out with Merlin (like that would ever happen), but she still is somewhat observant, as she looks up at Gerlois's arm and sees the dragon-shaped puddle tattoo which I was pretty sure she didn't at all know about (and if she did, bad on you, Vivarin, because it's not classy to discuss infidelity and intercourse in front of little kids). The Queen of Mean and Rogaine are standing at a window a little while later while "Gerlois" is upstairs with his wife, who's apparently feeling better if ya know what I mean. Rogaine is being creepy just for the hell of it in a scene with some truly crappy dialogue, in which Rogaine attests that she is waiting for her father -- who she knows is dead -- to come home. At which point the Queen of Mean figures it out and gets so fascinated and excited that she has to start yelling about Vivarin and how Rogaine should stay away from her. Rogaine should stay the hell away from Morgause, instead, because she just, like, flings all this bitterness around without really caring where it lands or if it makes even basic sense.
Then everybody makes weird faces out the window as the paramedics ride up with the real Gerlois all dead and crusty-bloody and gross. The lame guard from before makes the sign of the cross, which explains why he wasn't into the whole herbal remedy thing, I guess, and then Rogaine touches the gross, bloody head of her dead father. She is "distraught," although that could also be due to the ugly hat she's wearing which seems to be made of a cloth diaper. This really ugly guy from the meeting at Satriale's is standing with the paramedics, and he and the Queen of Mean -- since they have no class at all -- decide that it's cool to flirt over the head of a child mourning her father's death. This is Lot, the King of Lothian in Orkney, Scotland, and he is creepy, yes precious, and he is the king-husband Vivarin foretold for the Queen of Mean earlier. Somehow all of this leads Rogaine to the epiphanic realization of the power of the Harvest Home Womyn's Collective she will be having about every five minutes for the duration: "It was then that I understood the power of [The Harvest Home Womyn's Collective]," she VOs from the Flashback Canoe.