The pair meet a Duke and Duchess who invite them to stay in their palatial castle so they can play tricks on them remorselessly.
From preparations for their third sally to the massacre of Don Pedro’s puppet theatre, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza have trouble keeping out of trouble.
They find themselves in the midst of hanged outlaws, then are surrounded by living bandits. Eventually they reach Barcelona and see the sea.
In the previous episode, Sancho Panza made up for his lunchtime starvation by eating voraciously at dinner. It […]
Don Quixote agrees to fly on a magic wooden horse on a mission to rid the duennas of their beards, but his squire is more reluctant. All most amusing for the Duke and Duchess.
The Dolorous Duenna tells the story of how she and her accompanying duennas sprouted beards as the result of the marriage of a knight and princess.
Finding an empty boat on the bank of the Ebro, the pair drift out on a new adventure to rescue a knight or queen in distress. The result is disaster.
A mule loaded with weapons leads them to an inn, where they’re told the story of the villagers who were going to fight over their braying. Then a puppeteer arrives with a performing ape.
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza attend the grand wedding. But the bride’s original suitor turns up and says over his dead body.
Four days of relaxation before Don Quixote drags Sancho Panza back out onto the road, where they witness a fencing duel.