A furious Guy lays into Isabella for interfering with his goal of finally getting rid of Hood once and for all. Yet another plan has gone awry.
After shoving over some furniture and giving a marvelous whipping of the hair, Guy is beginning to calm down. Good Lord knows, he's been thwarted enough times in his life, he should be familiar with the sensation.
I can never think of Guy as out-and-out evil as the Sheriff was, even though the master-at-arms could be brutal and harsh. There was an almost heart-aching vulnerability and gullibility about Guy at times. The sheriff manipulated him, Marian manipulated him; and now his not-terribly-stable sister appears on the scene to manipulate him further.
.Guy’s humanity, his “weakness” as Vasey tells him, is showing again. His fragile-looking sister appealing to his chivalrous instincts, begging him with wide eyes to protect her. We can see the emotions in those expressive eyes of his, in the set of his jaw. In spite of his frustation and rage, Guy is softening to her. Oh Guy, don’t trust her.