The King of Camelot was an AR computer game character. ("Stoke Me a Clipper")


When Lister's libido was getting too much for him to bear, he decided to use a book of cheats on an Artificial Reality game. In this game, the player took the role of a knight at the court of Camelot. The King and Queen of Camelot were hosting a tournament, which Lister entered as "Lister of Smeg".

The King was a large, middle aged man with a paunch. He had a beard and long hair under his coronet and was considerably older than his young Queen. He spoke with a refined English accent, in contrast to the Queen's French accent. His royal robes were richly adorned and obviously expensive.

When Lister challenged the King's champion to a joust, the King asked him what he would ask for if he should be victorious, Lister asked for a night and a day in the Queen's bed. The King was angry when the Queen accepted rather quickly, and demanded that his champion bring him Lister's manhood on a silver platter.

When Lister used his cheats to win the joust easily, the knight's head landed in the King's lap. As the Queen walked toward Lister's tent, the King explained that Lister's plan would not succeed and brandished a key. Lister then used a second cheat to make the Queen's chastity belt fall off. They then went into his tent, which began to bounce up and down. The King demanded that Lister emerge from the tent and beg for forgiveness, to which Lister replied that he needed whipped cream.

Lister never got to finish his "adventure", because the program shut down shortly after. ("Stoke Me a Clipper") This was another example of Lister using the AR machine to satisfy his sexual urges.

Behind the scenes

  • All of Brian Cox's scenes had to be reshot because the first day's filming was ruined by torrential rain.
  • Costume designer Howard Burden acted as a stand-in for Brian Cox.

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