Séli cooked a blueberry pie that is not eatable, but Arthur, Guenièvre and Léodagan are forced to eat it. This dessert starts a heated conversation around family traditions and the lack of an heir.
Arthur, Léodagan et Perceval sont isolés en forêt pendant une bataille et se cachent derrière des arbres. Ils cherchent comment se tirer de cette situation, mais Perceval suggère de très nombreuses solutions farfelues (telles qu’un allumage d’incendie pour débusquer les ennemis), et manque de les faire repérer.
Around the brand new Round Table, the knights talk about a mystery knight: Provencal the Gaul. But in fact, it is Perceval the Welsh, who didn't give his own name correctly. There's still a mystery though: how can Provencal the Gaul have such a good reputation while Perceval the Welsh doesn't?
An artisan just delivered a round table ordered by Arthur. He wishes it was in stone, and Breccan, the artisan, reminds him to beware of the leather because it's messy. Other people, like Father Blaise and the Dame of the Lake, come to see the result and make some comments.
Arthur, Léodagan and Bohort have to negotiate with Attila, the Hun king. The meeting takes place in the throne room and Attila first demands all the gold from Kaamelott, or else, he'll destroy everything. In front of the refusal of the king, and despite his terrible screams, Attila shows that he's not as terrifying as his reputation says. So, after very hard negotiations, the barbarian leader thinks he won: he's going back with a cooked meal (but cold).