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Sir Lancelot (People)

"Sir Cheats-a-Lot. How's business?"

In folklore, a noble knight of King Arthur's round table, famed for rescuing damsels in distress; being a noble, pure-hearted, handsome, charismatic, and skilled warrior; and being denied possession of the Holy Grail because of his illicit love affair with King Arthur's wife, Guinevere. While Max may live up to his knightly namesake, rescuing damsels in distress, his propensity for "aiding" those unfortunate damsels (and certain young men) caught unawares in the not-so-noble quest for the perfect term paper (minus, of course, the work) is far too reminiscent of Lancelot's fatal flaw.

3.11 "Poughkeepsie, Tramps and Thieves"

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