The BBC still makes programs worthy of a gathering the family together for an evening in front of the ‘box.’ My family has spent that last two Saturdays swept up in a post-modern re-conception of Camelot. Normally, I barely tolerate the television targeted at tween boys. I don’t object to a few, like Phineas & Ferb, but I would hardly whoop with joy at the prospect of an evening spent in their company. By contrast, I excuse each anachronism and relish every mystical moment with Merlin. An Anglo-American family that counts castles per day on Celtic vacations could hardly do better than a short ‘staycation’ in Camelot. I hope you join us for jousts with injustice and meritocratic magicians on Netflix. The dragon in the dungeon says Arthur cannot unite Albion alone.