So, Gwen's still evil then.
"The Hollow Queen" keeps the "Evil Gwen" storyline for another week without really taking it anywhere - I know, imagine Merlin
dragging a storyline out. At least it looks like next week Arthur will cotton on that his wife's trying to kill him.
I thought maybe Bradley James had had it written into his contract that he keep his shirt on this series so people would be fooled into thinking he'd been cast for his acting, not his nipples (hence all the knights getting their tits out instead.) But no, he gets them out this week, on the pretext that he can't dress himself. Usually the fact that he can
dress himself has been enough excuse in past series, but you can't expect the writers to remember that far back.SOSSERY! count
Nil; I thought John Shrapnel might be up for a bit of shameless ham but he went for a standard "sorcery" instead.GAYWATCH!
Want to get Merlin out of the way? Just get a twinky boy to lure him into the forest. I didn't realise this show was actually a biopic of Kevin SpREDACTED