They call it a day of rest, then they get mad at you for snoring to loud. (Never mind how I know this)
It took me some time to get this one. I thought Rodney was referring to the comment that the King had made about a boring sermon and then I realised that the significance of “And do unto others as others do unto you” meant that the boring sermon was a response to the King’s boring speeches.
That the “Golden Rule”.. Evidently they want to replace it with the “Platinum Rule” Do unto to others as they would want to be done to.
So in other words he knew they didn’t want to hear him, so he droned on.
Next Panel: Welcome to the dungeon, Rodney.
Parker and Hart
Mastroianni and Hart