Was it the Black Knight or King Arthur that said "We'll call it a draw." Because my roommate insists it was the black knight Which makes absolutely no sense to me I mean let's think about it. The entire scene, King Arthur was trying to avoid making a.. uh, scene Yet the dark knight had to keep it real up in the thizang and all that other stuff with the "None shall pass" this and the "Let's keep fighting" bullshit Why would he call it a draw only to yell "Get back here!" and whatever else? Doesn't it make ten times more sense as King Arthur's line? "All right. We'll call it a draw." seems like the perfect thing to say to him before going on your merry way, doesn't it? DOESN'T IT?