(L-R): Kate (Joanne Froggatt), Robin (Jonas Armstrong) and Tuck (David Harewood). Photo by Tiger Aspect Productions
SPOILER ALERT!! - The Sheriff of Nottingham (Keith Allen) agrees to sell all local men to Finn (William Houston, Elizabeth: The Golden Age), the rightful King of Ireland, who needs them to help liberate Ireland. A village girl, Kate, fights to save her younger brother, Matthew, from consumption, but Sir Guy of Gisborne (Richard Armitage) and his henchmen catch him. She has endangered herself, but she escapes and Robin manages to save her. Kate (Joanne Froggatt) joins the outlaws as they try – and fail – to save the conscripts. Robin is caught, shackled and taken to the Castle, though his identity remains unknown. Kate sneaks inside the Castle and is recognized by Gisborne, who says that her brother will hang as punishment. To save him, Kate tells Gisborne that Robin is with the conscripts. In the ensuing battle, Gisborne kills Kate’s brother and goes for Robin. He is thwarted by the Sheriff, who wants Robin to suffer a slow death and locks him in the vault. While imprisoned, Finn suggests they join forces to destroy Prince John (Toby Stephens). Episode two of season three airs on Saturday, September 19th @ 9 p.m. EST/PST on BBC America.
The not-so-nice Sir Guy of Gisborne (Richard Armitage). Photo copyright of Tiger Aspect Productions
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