Cause and Effect (Robin Hood)
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|"Cause and Effect"|
|Robin Hood episode|
|Episode no.||Season 3
|Directed by||Douglas Mackinnon|
|Written by||Simon J. Ashford|
|Original air date||4 April 2009|
"Cause and Effect" is the second episode of series three of the BBC's Robin Hood series. It was aired on Saturday 4 April on BBC One. It shows the first appearance of Kate.
The Sheriff starts selling his own men to an Irishman for money he owes Prince John. Kate, a village girl from Locksley, tells Gisborne that Robin is in the group of villagers so Gisborne won't kill her brother. Kate walks away with Robin's gang, and is then captured by Gisborne. Her brother tries to save her but Gisborne kills him. Gisborne captures Robin. The Irishman's brother gets the Irishman against the Sheriff, and the Sheriff locks him up with Robin. The two escape the castle, and the Irishman's brother is taken away. The Sheriff gets angry at Gisborne and gives him to Prince John.