I do the same.
There's a St. George poster on the wall of the Camelot Christian sanctuary, which is all about killing dragons, a.k.a. pagans, just like St. Patrick is all about killing snakes, a.k.a. pagans. The sermon is something about "I will bear a race of strong men" or something, so you're sure this scene is about the fertility couple, and the camera swings around on Gwen and Arthur, looking not great. I think this is to make us aware of how Arthur's leaning ever more to the right. And then it's back to the Round Table, where Incest Bastard comes in all cocky and rude and says that he's been torturing Saxons for fun and has found out that they are building boats. Remember how, before, the Saxons invaded and it was not a huge deal, and then they came back "in force" and it was not a huge deal some more? Incest Bastard wants you to know that this is different, like "in force" squared, an actual huge deal, and he is central to saving the whole world, because he has the power and can bend men to his will.
Incest Bastard asks to be knighted so he can add his expertise and Saxon knowledge to the cause. The Knights of the Round Table laugh at him because he is a drama queen and doesn't know what he is talking about. He offers to take them on, and one of them stands up and says he's been waiting for an excuse to beat this kid down since he barged in. There is a swordfight that lasts two whole years, which Incest Bastard of course wins. The Knights have recently discovered banging on the table, and use it as a historical precursor to applause. Incest Bastard tells Arthur that he is Margulaine's son, and everyone is like, "No wonder he's so pushy." There's more growly-voice from Arthur as he says he wants to stay up all night with Incest Bastard, braiding their hair and trying different facial masks and watching all the 90210 episodes he has on tape. Gwen's all, "Not cool, dude," but doesn't say anything because she is evil, and then there's a local commercial for a little shop here in Houston that sells crystal balls and the like, located under my friend Matt's old apartment, just in case we in the audience feel like doing some Goddess-worship of our own. At our peril, I should add, because if there's anything this movie stresses, it's that the Goddess will only get you in trouble.
I regret to inform you that, over the commercial break, King Uriens died. I know, I was shocked too. Let's get through this together. Sir Accolon asks her to stay there, and she reminds him that A) Wales is sucky even though it has occult cachet, B) he is her son, and C) every time she looks at him, she'll be reminded of her dead husband. I guess pretending Uriens was her own stepfather is how she got through being married to him, which is gross, and backfired. Unexpectedly, she has decided -- without bothering to explain why -- to go back to the Harvest Home Womyn's Collective, I assume to fight with Vivarin some more, or maybe because the gals back home are having a party to celebrate that Merlin is dead.