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"The Musketeers" Knight Takes Queen (TV Episode 2014) - Plot Summary Poster

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(2014)

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  • Frustrated by his wife's infertility Louis makes a foolish statement, suggesting it were best if she were dead. As a result Richelieu sends Irish gunman Gallagher and his gang to kill her while she is travelling with the musketeers. Sending their friends back for reinforcements Aramis and Athos take her to a convent for sanctuary, where Aramis is surprised to see his former love, Helene is one of the nuns though she and the Mother Superior prove themselves very capable in the subsequent siege. However it is with the queen that Aramis grows intimate, to Athos's horror. The siege is lifted, the queen saved and the king contrite whilst Richelieu manages to frame somebody else for the assassination attempt.

  • Hearing king Louis react to the arrival of German banker count Mellendorf with his charming daughter that such a bride would solve his troubles, Richelieu orders Milady Dewinter to engage banished Irish chieftain Gallagher and his band of mercenaries to kill queen Anne, then frame the count. While the regiment escorts the royal party on a hunt, only the four musketeers escort the queen, so Gallagher strikes. Dartagnan and Porthos return for reinforcements while Athos and Aramis guard the queen, taking refuge in a women's convent. There Athos finds his once true love Isabella, who lost their child, in orders and unwilling to return into the world. Aramis is seduced by queen Anne all the way into bed. The rescue relief is mounted timely thanks to inept fake musketeers. Richelieu still manages to frame and jail the Mellendorfs, the count even confesses to see Charlotte spared.


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