A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding 2018. English subtitles. .

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[holiday fanfare plays]

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[Amber] <i>Loyal readers,</i>

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<i>it's been 349 days,</i>

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<i>11 hours, 23 minutes, and seven seconds</i>

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<i>since I said "yes"</i>

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<i>to the love of my life,
Richard Bevan Charlton,</i>

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<i>King of Aldovia.</i>

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<i>But who's counting?</i>

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<i>Other than me and millions of people
around the world.</i>

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<i>Needless to say,
it's been a whirlwind year.</i>

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<i>There's been a lot of back and forth
between New York and Aldovia.</i>

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[excited chatter]

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<i>The long-distance engagement
hasn't always been easy,</i>

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<i>but it's always been interesting.</i>

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[audience cheers]

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[man] Let's welcome Amber Moore,

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the future Queen of Aldovia.

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[woman] There she is. It's Amber Moore!

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[man] Amber!Amber!
Can I have your autograph?

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- I love you so much.
- [woman] I've never met a queen.

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[Amber] <i>Somehow through all this insanity,</i>

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<i>I'm still me.</i>

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Even though I'm about to become
queen of a small country.

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<i>Thank you for all your love
and support this past year.</i>

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<i>Sharing my writing with all of you
means more than you'll ever know.</i>

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<i>I promise to keep you posted
on all my adventures to come,</i>

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<i>especially our wedding</i>

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<i>on Christmas day in Aldovia.</i>

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[holiday fanfare plays]

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- [Rudy] What's with the sunglasses?
- [Amber] I don't want to get recognized.

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[Rudy] Yeah, I don't need a disguise.

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I feel like a brand new person.

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Must be this fresh mountain air
in Aldovenia.

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- Pop, it's Aldovia!
- Yeah, Aldovenia has more snap.

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As Queen, can you change it?

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I'm not sure how open they are to change.

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[brakes squeal]

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Amber?

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I'm damn stuck again, okay?
The samples were not good.

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Hey, you trying to steal our cab?

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Trying?

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No, darling, Sahil has the cab.

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Okay, bye.

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- If my daughter wasn't with me, I...
- [Amber] Pop?

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Huh?

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We don't need a cab after all.

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Looks like they sent the royal limos.

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[woman] There she is!

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Oh, so much for my plan
to slip in quietly.

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- [woman] Look, it's the Queen-to-be!
- [man] It is her!

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- Come, let's hurry before...
- Any comment on the King's initiative?

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- Will it affect the wedding?
- Amber, look this way, please.

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I am very happy to be back in Aldovia,

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and excited for the wedding and Christmas,

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and living the dream.

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Miss, sir, welcome to Aldovia.
Now, if you mind, quickly to the car.

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- Thank you.
- Amber, Amber, one more question!

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What are you thinking
about the wedding?

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The palace insisted that I greet you,

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and as you are now
a member of the royal family,

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protocol must be observed.

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My name is Mr. Louis Zabala,

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and I am your personal attache.

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And may I say, Miss,
it will be an honor to serve you.

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And you, Mr. Moore.

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[reporters] Amber!

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All right.

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[man] Amber, please, look back!

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[camera shutters clicking]

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- Amber, one more!
- Amber, one more picture, please.

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[holiday fanfare plays]

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Well, beats the Cross Bronx Expressway.

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I'll say.

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I can't get over the fact
this is gonna be my home.

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That makes two of us.

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- Hey, Louie.
- Sir?

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All this stuff free?

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Of course, sir. Please, do help yourself.

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When you shipped all your stuff over,
that was one thing,

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- but now...
- Pop.

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I'm gonna come visit New York
all the time,

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and you can come here
whenever you want.

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Imagine your mom
could see her little princess.

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A queen.

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She'd flip.

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She would definitely flip.

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[holiday fanfare continues]

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[Rudy] You gotta be kidding me.

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Not bad, huh?

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Amber!

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Emily! So good to see you again!

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I have so much to tell you.

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First, I received high marks
across the board.

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- Shocker!
- Best of all,

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my school's Christmas pageant
is coming up.

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I've been cast as the lead role!

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[Amber] That's so cool.

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Oh. Mrs. Averill, Mr. Little.

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- Ms. Moore.
- Welcome home.

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Is this her?

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Princess Emily?

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- Pleased to meet...
- I heard a lot about you, kiddo.

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The Princess shall not be addressed
as "kiddo."

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I am gonna bet that you are
the famous Mrs. Averill.

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Rudy Moore, put her there.

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- [chuckles]
- He looks different in person.

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- I thought he had a goatee.
- He shaved it for the wedding.

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Oy-way. Good grip.

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Well, shall we? [laughs awkwardly]

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Mr. Moore, have you ever been
inside a palace?

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I went to Caesar's Palace once.

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Now, I know, what happens in Vegas
is supposed to stay in Vegas,

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but let me tell you,
there was this one time...

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Pop, Pop, we can tell that story later.
Come on.

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No. Too bright.

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Too... too tropical.

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No.

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Too whimsical.

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It has to be...

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regal.

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New, but traditional.

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Youthful, but classic.

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Rhododendron is a nice flower.

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- Amber.
- It's so lovely to see you.

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We're having a welcome reception tonight
in your honor.

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And you must be...

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Rudy Moore, great to finally meet you!

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- [Rudy grunts]
- Ooh!

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[Rudy laughs]

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We're gonna be family.

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It's a brave new world.

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[both laugh]

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[Rudy] Hey, before you know it,

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we'll be sharing grandparent duties,
me and you.

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Mr. Moore, Mr. Moore,

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you must be exhausted by your journey,
as we are by your arrival.

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Let's give you a chance
to freshen up, shall we?

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See you at the reception, Mr. Moore.

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We're gonna burn the house down, kiddo.

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He doesn't mean that literally.

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One would hope not.

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Where's Richard?

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Oh, I-I thought he'd be here.

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He's been terribly busy of late.

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The King's duties never cease.

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Mr. Zabala, would you take Amber
upstairs, please?

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Until the wedding, you're going to have
your own bridal suite.

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Suite?

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Your suite.

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Sweet!

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"To my love, with all my heart.

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From this day forth,
we shall not be apart.

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Poetry can be a challenging art.

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If not yet mastered, here's a start."

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It's a limerick. Of sorts.

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- Hey!
- [Richard chuckles]

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Sorry I wasn't there to greet you.

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I had to finish decorating.

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Well, your decorating is amazing!

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I can't believe
this is actually happening. It's real!

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Oh, it's very real. "From this day forth,
we shall not be apart."

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Your poetry... not so amazing.

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[Richard laughs]

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Excuse me, Your Majesty. An urgent call
from the Minister for Economic Affairs

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and the Prime Minister.

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They insist.

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I have to take this. We'll have our time
this evening at the reception.

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[Amber exhales]

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[Mr. Little]
<i>My lords, ladies, and gentlemen!</i>

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King Richard

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and the guest of honor, our future Queen,

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Ms. Amber Moore.

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[fanfare plays, crowd applauds]

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Can I invite you to a meeting? Can I?

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Richard?

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Uh, I'll find you.

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[speaking indistinctly]

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Hi! How are you?

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[classical music plays]

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...with that, bring back control.

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[Helena] Ms. Amber Moore.

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- Hi.
- And Ambassador Wang and Mrs. Wang.

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And President Adina, Ms. Amber Moore.

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Hello, so lovely to meet you all.

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I should go save poor Richard.

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Best, I think, to leave him be.

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And you and I have a wedding to plan.

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I remember mine as if it was yesterday.

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And I want your day to be just as special.

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I want it to be perfect.

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And to that end, I have hired
the world's best wedding planner.

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Wedding designer, Your Majesty.

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Sahil designs,

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he does not plan.

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And designing a wedding
for this captivating creature...

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This...

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Venus...

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This Helen of Troy...

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[giggles]

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This...

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This shall be
Sahil's greatest achievement.

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Aww.

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Sahil Mattu.

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Sahil is honored to create for you

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the wedding of the century.

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- Fantastic. Well, I had a few ideas...
- Mm-hmm.

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- ...that I thought we could talk about...
- Oh, the Baroness of Frankfurt.

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Yoo-hoo!

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Sahil designed her wedding last year.

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Mmm, Sahil designed
all six of her weddings.

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- Sahil was a child prodigy...
- Excuse me, pal. Don't I know you?

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Looking good, Peanut.

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You may know of Sahil,

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but I assure you, you do not know Sahil.

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Ignore this interloper.

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- That's my...
- [Sahil] You...

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are my canvas now, and Sahil the artist.

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Sahil will not rest
until we attain perfection.

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Perfection?

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Now, Sahil must go and prepare.

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Until tomorrow, Your Highnesses.

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Okay, thank you.

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Okay, bye.

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Wait a second.

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- That's the bum who stole our cab.
- Oh, no, Pop, please don't... Oh.

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Hey, you! You cab-stealing phony!

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- Get back here!
- [Emily] Mr. Moore.

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May I bother you with a question?

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Call me Rudy, kiddo. We're family.

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What do you wanna know?

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I was curious, how does our palace compare
to that of Mr. Caesar?

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Better in every area but one.

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Amber and I call it "meat jelly."

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Yuck.

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I'd love to have a talk
with the palace chef.

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Maybe give him a few tips,
chef-to-chef, you know.

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I'm sure Chef Krasnov would love to hear
your culinary ideas.

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I'll see what I can arrange.

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Amber, Mrs. Averill has been promoted

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to head of Palace Office
of Press and Protocol.

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And in that capacity

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has requested a quick word
before the press photographs.

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Of course.

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It's clear that you've had
a very laissez-faire attitude

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concerning your image over the past year.

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Magazines, television, blogs.

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Blogs, that's what I do for a living.

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- I'm a professional...
- Oh, no.

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But now that you're part
of the royal family,

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we must be careful of the image
that you project.

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Consider me your protector.

252
00:13:22,051 --> 00:13:26,681
The goal is to see you and the crown
in the best possible light.

253
00:13:27,265 --> 00:13:29,809
Well, nothing shines
quite like the truth, right?

254
00:13:30,601 --> 00:13:32,145
I'm glad we see eye-to-eye.

255
00:13:32,520 --> 00:13:37,150
Please wait here and I'll have the King
and you pose for the photographs.

256
00:13:39,360 --> 00:13:40,360
[sighs]

257
00:13:41,487 --> 00:13:44,324
[whispers] One minute, down there.
Down there.

258
00:13:53,291 --> 00:13:54,500
When I was a boy,

259
00:13:54,584 --> 00:13:56,961
this is where I hid from Mrs. Averill
to avoid my lessons.

260
00:13:57,045 --> 00:13:59,047
You must have spent
a lot of time out here.

261
00:13:59,130 --> 00:14:00,340
Half my childhood.

262
00:14:01,424 --> 00:14:02,800
So, how are you bearing up?

263
00:14:03,426 --> 00:14:05,970
[exhales] Life in a fishbowl
takes getting used to.

264
00:14:06,054 --> 00:14:07,638
Mmm. Try being King.

265
00:14:07,972 --> 00:14:10,224
You've been groomed for this
your whole life.

266
00:14:10,641 --> 00:14:12,769
You still find it hard,
how am I gonna handle it?

267
00:14:12,852 --> 00:14:14,479
You're gonna do a brilliant job.

268
00:14:14,812 --> 00:14:15,812
I know it.

269
00:14:16,481 --> 00:14:19,108
Perhaps you can start by choosing
the perfect Christmas tree

270
00:14:19,192 --> 00:14:20,443
for the palace courtyard.

271
00:14:22,528 --> 00:14:26,407
My dad used to drive my mom and I out
to a farm each Christmas to find our tree.

272
00:14:26,491 --> 00:14:28,409
He told me how much it meant to you.

273
00:14:29,202 --> 00:14:30,536
Can we do that tomorrow?

274
00:14:30,953 --> 00:14:35,166
Uh, not tomorrow. Perhaps the day after.
Tomorrow the King must give a speech.

275
00:14:35,249 --> 00:14:36,959
Oh, what kind of speech?

276
00:14:37,418 --> 00:14:41,047
Well, you know my initiative,
"Bring Aldovia into the 21st Century."

277
00:14:41,130 --> 00:14:43,466
Strengthening infrastructure,
schools, tech.

278
00:14:43,549 --> 00:14:45,259
- It's smart.
- That's what I thought.

279
00:14:45,718 --> 00:14:49,263
But instead of strengthening the economy,
the country is bleeding money.

280
00:14:49,347 --> 00:14:50,723
Nobody can tell me why.

281
00:14:51,432 --> 00:14:53,059
Is there anything I can do to help?

282
00:14:53,601 --> 00:14:55,520
Something tells me
that wedding preparations

283
00:14:55,603 --> 00:14:57,021
are going to keep you occupied.

284
00:15:08,866 --> 00:15:11,619
[Sahil] Rise and shine, my sleepy beauty.

285
00:15:12,120 --> 00:15:15,039
We have much preparation to do
and very little time.

286
00:15:16,332 --> 00:15:17,332
[sighs]

287
00:15:17,959 --> 00:15:18,960
Thanks.

288
00:15:19,419 --> 00:15:20,461
[Sahil] Welcome...

289
00:15:20,837 --> 00:15:23,464
to Sahil's masterpiece.

290
00:15:25,091 --> 00:15:28,803
The Bavarian orchestra
will start precisely at your entrance

291
00:15:28,886 --> 00:15:31,722
with the release of the Barbary doves.

292
00:15:32,014 --> 00:15:34,851
South African wildflowers...
[snaps fingers]

293
00:15:34,934 --> 00:15:37,687
will adorn your path down the aisle.

294
00:15:38,271 --> 00:15:40,440
I mean, you won't, and I mean it...

295
00:15:40,773 --> 00:15:43,234
you won't be able to take a step

296
00:15:43,317 --> 00:15:47,113
without a Namaqualand daisy between
the floor and your Jimmy Choo-Choos.

297
00:15:47,196 --> 00:15:48,196
Choo-Choos?

298
00:15:48,823 --> 00:15:51,534
Your footwear, very important.

299
00:15:51,909 --> 00:15:52,909
Hmm.

300
00:15:53,578 --> 00:15:55,538
There will be a roast pig

301
00:15:55,621 --> 00:15:59,000
from each of Aldovia's seven provinces.

302
00:15:59,083 --> 00:16:02,462
Montrachet Grand Cru
will be in every goblet.

303
00:16:03,129 --> 00:16:05,465
Nineteen-ninety-two. Hmm?

304
00:16:06,007 --> 00:16:07,091
[exhales]

305
00:16:07,175 --> 00:16:09,719
But of greatest importance...

306
00:16:11,053 --> 00:16:12,221
is the star

307
00:16:12,555 --> 00:16:15,975
around which all the wonder circulates.

308
00:16:16,058 --> 00:16:19,145
[inhales] And that, of course, is...

309
00:16:19,854 --> 00:16:20,854
the gown!

310
00:16:23,232 --> 00:16:25,485
Wow, that... that's... that's extravagant.

311
00:16:26,527 --> 00:16:31,073
[Sahil] Yes! An extravaganza
of style and taste.

312
00:16:31,157 --> 00:16:33,868
A bravura of haute couture!

313
00:16:39,373 --> 00:16:40,666
You are...

314
00:16:41,292 --> 00:16:42,292
welcome.

315
00:16:43,961 --> 00:16:45,421
Uh, Sahil,

316
00:16:45,796 --> 00:16:47,423
I must... Thank you.

317
00:16:49,967 --> 00:16:51,719
This dress is very eye-catching,

318
00:16:52,386 --> 00:16:56,682
but I was actually looking
for something a little more... simple.

319
00:16:57,225 --> 00:16:58,309
Simple?

320
00:16:58,643 --> 00:16:59,643
You know, just...

321
00:17:00,019 --> 00:17:01,019
more me.

322
00:17:05,483 --> 00:17:06,859
When you envision

323
00:17:07,568 --> 00:17:10,321
yourself in this gown, hmm,

324
00:17:11,364 --> 00:17:14,075
think not of who you are, unh-unh,

325
00:17:14,158 --> 00:17:18,287
but who you shall be.

326
00:17:19,163 --> 00:17:20,206
And, um...

327
00:17:20,289 --> 00:17:24,961
you should bear in mind
that this design wasinspired

328
00:17:25,545 --> 00:17:27,880
by Queen Helena's ownwedding gown.

329
00:17:27,964 --> 00:17:30,341
Right, right, which...
which I'm sure was just...

330
00:17:31,217 --> 00:17:33,553
beautiful and very much of the time,

331
00:17:33,636 --> 00:17:36,514
but I'm looking for something
more contemporary.

332
00:17:36,597 --> 00:17:40,768
The Kingdom of Aldovia has over 700 years

333
00:17:40,851 --> 00:17:43,729
of history and tradition.

334
00:17:43,813 --> 00:17:48,651
An established set of protocols exist
to guide every decision.

335
00:17:48,734 --> 00:17:51,237
Which I respect, but times are ch...

336
00:17:51,320 --> 00:17:54,615
These protocols have protected
the royal family

337
00:17:55,032 --> 00:17:58,077
since long before
you set foot in our kingdom.

338
00:17:58,160 --> 00:18:00,705
I didn't realize that becoming
part of the royal family

339
00:18:00,788 --> 00:18:02,999
meant having to give up who I am.

340
00:18:04,667 --> 00:18:06,127
[Amber sighs]

341
00:18:06,586 --> 00:18:07,962
May we continue?

342
00:18:11,966 --> 00:18:13,342
[inhales deeply]

343
00:18:15,386 --> 00:18:17,263
It's not even my wedding anymore.

344
00:18:17,972 --> 00:18:21,392
This protocol is driving me crazy.
It's like <i>Bridezilla </i>in reverse.

345
00:18:21,475 --> 00:18:23,519
<i>Forgive me if I don't ooze sympathy</i>

346
00:18:23,603 --> 00:18:27,148
<i>from the night security desk
of Noodle Chalet's corporate office.</i>

347
00:18:27,231 --> 00:18:28,482
<i>Hey, at least you've got a job.</i>

348
00:18:28,566 --> 00:18:30,836
<i>I've been living with my parents
for the last three months</i>

349
00:18:30,860 --> 00:18:31,986
<i>since Now Beat shut down.</i>

350
00:18:32,403 --> 00:18:34,739
Now Beat? It was Beat Now.

351
00:18:34,822 --> 00:18:36,532
Whatever. It's gone now.

352
00:18:36,616 --> 00:18:38,200
But enough about our problems.

353
00:18:38,284 --> 00:18:39,869
You're having some royal pains?

354
00:18:39,952 --> 00:18:41,829
<i>Right, perspective.</i>

355
00:18:42,204 --> 00:18:44,123
<i>I still need a shoulder to cry on.</i>

356
00:18:44,206 --> 00:18:46,459
Have you talked to Richard
about any of this?

357
00:18:46,834 --> 00:18:49,920
I haven't even seen him today.
They know how to keep the King busy.

358
00:18:50,004 --> 00:18:52,006
Just hurry up and get here already.

359
00:18:52,089 --> 00:18:54,717
<i>Counting down the seconds, trust.</i>

360
00:18:55,176 --> 00:18:56,176
[sighs]

361
00:18:56,218 --> 00:18:58,429
["O Come All Ye Faithful" plays on piano]

362
00:19:13,069 --> 00:19:14,695
[Mr. Zabala hits wrong note]

363
00:19:16,197 --> 00:19:18,366
That sounds amazing.

364
00:19:18,824 --> 00:19:20,076
Don't stop on account of me.

365
00:19:20,951 --> 00:19:22,912
That was on account of Mr. Zabala.

366
00:19:23,496 --> 00:19:24,914
He's a tad rusty.

367
00:19:24,997 --> 00:19:29,251
And if you practiced between lessons,
you might get to play this on your own.

368
00:19:29,627 --> 00:19:31,087
[Mr. Zabala chuckles]

369
00:19:31,170 --> 00:19:33,565
You still haven't let me tell you
about my Christmas pageant.

370
00:19:33,589 --> 00:19:35,174
I need help finishing my costume.

371
00:19:35,257 --> 00:19:36,300
I'm in.

372
00:19:36,634 --> 00:19:39,095
Oh, if protocol allows.

373
00:19:39,428 --> 00:19:42,223
I'll make sure
that I schedule a conference

374
00:19:42,306 --> 00:19:44,934
between you and Princess Emily.

375
00:19:45,434 --> 00:19:48,854
And I've cleared it for you
to join King Richard.

376
00:19:50,147 --> 00:19:55,236
Behind me stands an enduring symbol
of Aldovia's historical strength.

377
00:19:55,653 --> 00:19:58,114
Before me, and all of us,

378
00:19:58,698 --> 00:20:01,367
lies our current revitalization project,

379
00:20:01,742 --> 00:20:05,121
a symbol of Aldovia's shining future.

380
00:20:05,204 --> 00:20:09,417
- [camera shutters clicking]
- For crops to flourish, rain must fall.

381
00:20:09,875 --> 00:20:12,294
Likewise, today's temporary hardships

382
00:20:12,378 --> 00:20:16,674
will soon spur on
a bountiful future for all.

383
00:20:16,757 --> 00:20:18,259
[cheering and applause]

384
00:20:18,342 --> 00:20:19,218
[booing]

385
00:20:19,301 --> 00:20:21,804
[man] What about our jobs?

386
00:20:21,887 --> 00:20:23,347
[booing]

387
00:20:23,681 --> 00:20:25,558
[man 2] The country's going broke!

388
00:20:25,641 --> 00:20:28,644
[protesters continues booing and yelling]

389
00:20:30,646 --> 00:20:32,231
[man 3] Shame on the King!

390
00:20:32,314 --> 00:20:34,859
[dark music plays]

391
00:20:34,942 --> 00:20:37,737
A new Aldovian chapter

392
00:20:37,820 --> 00:20:39,280
is about to begin.

393
00:20:39,739 --> 00:20:41,407
And I'm honored and excited

394
00:20:41,490 --> 00:20:45,202
to sharethat journey
with each and every one of you.

395
00:20:45,286 --> 00:20:46,120
[booing]

396
00:20:46,203 --> 00:20:49,165
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas

397
00:20:49,248 --> 00:20:51,041
and a prosperous New Year.

398
00:20:51,751 --> 00:20:53,127
[cheering and applause]

399
00:20:53,210 --> 00:20:54,795
[man] This isn't right for Aldovia!

400
00:20:54,879 --> 00:20:56,464
[woman] We're going broke!

401
00:20:56,547 --> 00:20:59,008
[man 2] Talk, talk, talk,
we've heard it before!

402
00:20:59,091 --> 00:21:00,009
Thank you.

403
00:21:00,092 --> 00:21:01,093
[booing]

404
00:21:01,177 --> 00:21:03,763
[Richard] <i>I feel like a total fraud
reading out that propaganda.</i>

405
00:21:04,138 --> 00:21:05,473
Your ideas make perfect sense,

406
00:21:05,556 --> 00:21:07,436
I just don't understand
why they're not working.

407
00:21:07,475 --> 00:21:08,517
Neither do I.

408
00:21:08,601 --> 00:21:11,187
When numbers don't add up,
there's usually a reason.

409
00:21:11,979 --> 00:21:15,316
What? Who do you think
balanced Dad's books at the diner?

410
00:21:15,733 --> 00:21:17,818
Amber, this isn't a diner,
it's a kingdom.

411
00:21:17,902 --> 00:21:20,279
And I'm gonna be Queen,
I wanna contribute.

412
00:21:21,155 --> 00:21:25,159
You're gonna make an excellent queen, but
we mustn't let politics come between us.

413
00:21:25,242 --> 00:21:28,579
We should be doing everything we can
to help the kingdom, right?

414
00:21:29,205 --> 00:21:30,206
Absolutely.

415
00:21:31,081 --> 00:21:32,841
Maybe there should be
a revitalization effort

416
00:21:32,875 --> 00:21:34,755
to bring the royal family
into the 21st century.

417
00:21:35,169 --> 00:21:38,172
- Amber, I think it's hardly...
- An excellent speech, Your Highness.

418
00:21:38,255 --> 00:21:42,551
Now I need you to come meet the press
with your most confident smiles.

419
00:21:45,471 --> 00:21:47,014
[dark music plays]

420
00:21:54,104 --> 00:21:55,314
[spoon clatters]

421
00:21:55,815 --> 00:21:57,608
I said simmer, not hellfire!

422
00:21:58,567 --> 00:21:59,985
I need this ten minutes ago.

423
00:22:00,069 --> 00:22:01,695
Excuse me, Miss.

424
00:22:03,239 --> 00:22:04,990
Putrid! Start from scratch.

425
00:22:05,616 --> 00:22:08,327
Yeah, I was told a chef was expecting me.

426
00:22:09,870 --> 00:22:12,289
Who are you and what are you doing
in my kitchen?

427
00:22:13,207 --> 00:22:15,876
I expect no one
except the father of the Queen-to-be.

428
00:22:16,627 --> 00:22:18,671
Well, that's me. Rudy Moore.

429
00:22:19,880 --> 00:22:20,880
Oh.

430
00:22:23,175 --> 00:22:25,177
- Pleasure to meet you.
- Pleasure is mine.

431
00:22:25,678 --> 00:22:29,306
You know, I'm actually a chef myself.
Yeah, I got my own place in New York City.

432
00:22:29,390 --> 00:22:31,809
- Really? What's its name?
- Rudy's Diner.

433
00:22:33,102 --> 00:22:34,687
- Diner?
- Yeah.

434
00:22:34,770 --> 00:22:37,857
Yeah, I thought we could give the wedding
guests a little taste of New York.

435
00:22:39,483 --> 00:22:41,443
Excuse my posing, I'm in shock.

436
00:22:41,527 --> 00:22:44,071
[laughs] Oh, I get it.
Too many cooks, huh?

437
00:22:44,154 --> 00:22:46,034
No, this is your kitchen,
I'm just here to help.

438
00:22:48,158 --> 00:22:49,158
Dishes.

439
00:22:49,618 --> 00:22:50,618
Excuse me?

440
00:22:50,828 --> 00:22:52,079
You start with dishes.

441
00:22:56,876 --> 00:23:00,212
The press office assures me
your speech today will do a world of good.

442
00:23:00,296 --> 00:23:01,536
Less than a year into my reign,

443
00:23:01,589 --> 00:23:03,629
I feel like I'm running the kingdom
into the ground.

444
00:23:03,674 --> 00:23:05,551
Oh, you put much too much pressure
on yourself.

445
00:23:05,634 --> 00:23:07,595
- It's my initiative, Mother.
- Richard...

446
00:23:07,678 --> 00:23:10,890
your father first proposed the need
for such a program.

447
00:23:10,973 --> 00:23:14,643
Lord Leopold oversaw the implementation
and the country backed it.

448
00:23:15,728 --> 00:23:18,063
Economic fluctuation is a fact of life.

449
00:23:18,147 --> 00:23:20,691
Yes, but I can't help but feel
Father would be disappointed.

450
00:23:20,774 --> 00:23:22,276
Oh, nonsense!

451
00:23:23,277 --> 00:23:26,071
You mustn't let this put a strain
on the season.

452
00:23:27,114 --> 00:23:28,114
Or the wedding.

453
00:23:28,157 --> 00:23:30,367
I hear the stress may be getting to Amber.

454
00:23:30,451 --> 00:23:33,954
Can I not have a single conversation
without it being observed and reported?

455
00:23:34,038 --> 00:23:35,038
Darling,

456
00:23:35,539 --> 00:23:38,417
I just... I just want you to be happy.

457
00:23:38,918 --> 00:23:42,421
And to that end,
I've asked Lord Leopold to come back.

458
00:23:42,880 --> 00:23:45,883
But he seemed so keen to retire
after launching the initiative.

459
00:23:45,966 --> 00:23:49,929
Well, only because he found it
too difficult to continue without Father.

460
00:23:50,846 --> 00:23:53,474
But he's graciously agreed
to come back from Monaco

461
00:23:53,557 --> 00:23:55,935
to help us through
these challenging times.

462
00:23:57,436 --> 00:23:58,479
Mother...

463
00:23:59,813 --> 00:24:00,813
Thank you.

464
00:24:01,065 --> 00:24:03,067
["God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" plays]

465
00:24:10,741 --> 00:24:13,327
[Rudy] Do you put the stockings
on the tree

466
00:24:13,410 --> 00:24:15,412
or you put them on your chimney?

467
00:24:15,496 --> 00:24:16,496
[Amelia] Chimney.

468
00:24:16,747 --> 00:24:18,374
I do feel I need to apologize.

469
00:24:18,791 --> 00:24:22,086
- Really, I appreciate that, but...
- I don't know what came over me.

470
00:24:22,169 --> 00:24:24,213
The pressures I'm facing as King
are no excuse

471
00:24:24,296 --> 00:24:26,173
for my lack of enthusiasm earlier.

472
00:24:27,132 --> 00:24:28,509
Can you forgive me?

473
00:24:29,051 --> 00:24:30,678
I really would like to help.

474
00:24:30,761 --> 00:24:32,805
There's actually some very good news
on that front.

475
00:24:32,888 --> 00:24:35,015
Lord Leopold,
one of Father's most trusted advisors,

476
00:24:35,099 --> 00:24:37,017
has agreed to return to give guidance.

477
00:24:37,101 --> 00:24:38,435
[Richard inhales sharply]

478
00:24:38,519 --> 00:24:39,812
Which is quite a relief.

479
00:24:39,895 --> 00:24:42,022
And I know Father would have been pleased.

480
00:24:42,106 --> 00:24:44,024
Whatever you two are discussing can wait.

481
00:24:44,108 --> 00:24:46,652
I have an urgent matter
vital to all of Aldovia to discuss.

482
00:24:47,277 --> 00:24:48,821
And what might that be?

483
00:24:48,904 --> 00:24:53,117
The people of Aldovia demand a magnificent
royal Christmas tree to make them proud.

484
00:24:53,200 --> 00:24:54,368
And so far we have none.

485
00:24:54,952 --> 00:24:56,412
The palace courtyard is bare.

486
00:24:56,495 --> 00:24:59,498
As King, I implore you
to rectify the situation.

487
00:24:59,581 --> 00:25:00,916
Here, here.

488
00:25:01,000 --> 00:25:02,960
Well, that is precisely the kind of issue

489
00:25:03,043 --> 00:25:06,880
where a king greatly benefits
from the presence of his queen.

490
00:25:06,964 --> 00:25:08,799
It shall be rectified tomorrow.

491
00:25:09,049 --> 00:25:10,049
[knock on door]

492
00:25:13,429 --> 00:25:14,722
Your Majesties.

493
00:25:15,347 --> 00:25:16,807
You have a guest.

494
00:25:17,391 --> 00:25:19,268
Lord Leopold, already?

495
00:25:19,643 --> 00:25:20,769
Send him in.

496
00:25:22,479 --> 00:25:23,897
[dark music plays]

497
00:25:33,991 --> 00:25:34,991
Simon.

498
00:25:35,993 --> 00:25:37,077
Hello, all.

499
00:25:38,871 --> 00:25:41,165
- Your Majesties.
- It's all right, Mr. Zabala.

500
00:25:41,915 --> 00:25:44,793
He appears to be in no shape
to do us any further harm.

501
00:25:45,502 --> 00:25:46,628
Queen Helena,

502
00:25:47,421 --> 00:25:48,505
Merry Christmas.

503
00:25:48,589 --> 00:25:50,340
What do you want, Simon?

504
00:25:51,508 --> 00:25:54,720
I know I deserve to be met
with such hostility.

505
00:25:55,304 --> 00:25:56,304
Wait a minute.

506
00:25:56,346 --> 00:25:59,266
- Is this the guy...
- Who tried to steal Richard's crown? Yes.

507
00:25:59,808 --> 00:26:01,560
I'm amazed to see your face here.

508
00:26:02,394 --> 00:26:03,812
After the unfortunate...

509
00:26:04,605 --> 00:26:06,732
incident last Christmas,

510
00:26:07,441 --> 00:26:12,529
I lost almost everything I had
to Sophia in the divorce.

511
00:26:12,988 --> 00:26:14,490
Just desserts!

512
00:26:16,158 --> 00:26:17,910
I don't expect you to forgive me.

513
00:26:19,203 --> 00:26:21,205
But I wanted to say I'm sorry.

514
00:26:21,955 --> 00:26:23,165
And Merry Christmas.

515
00:26:24,166 --> 00:26:25,667
And congratulations.

516
00:26:26,794 --> 00:26:27,795
To you both.

517
00:26:30,047 --> 00:26:31,047
And, well...

518
00:26:32,049 --> 00:26:33,049
Wait.

519
00:26:37,387 --> 00:26:39,807
I don't know how you'll ever
regain our trust.

520
00:26:42,059 --> 00:26:43,185
But we're still cousins.

521
00:26:44,520 --> 00:26:45,729
We're family.

522
00:26:47,689 --> 00:26:48,941
And it's Christmas.

523
00:26:57,533 --> 00:26:59,118
[birds chirping]

524
00:27:00,828 --> 00:27:02,955
[Sahil] <i>Ms. Moore, eyes on me.</i>

525
00:27:04,081 --> 00:27:06,166
Now, profile to the right.

526
00:27:08,335 --> 00:27:10,254
Profile to the left.

527
00:27:13,465 --> 00:27:15,134
It's perfect.

528
00:27:15,217 --> 00:27:16,635
It's fabulous.

529
00:27:16,718 --> 00:27:18,011
Stunning.

530
00:27:18,387 --> 00:27:19,513
Regal.

531
00:27:19,596 --> 00:27:20,764
Divine.

532
00:27:21,682 --> 00:27:22,682
Not quite.

533
00:27:23,350 --> 00:27:24,184
Hey.

534
00:27:24,268 --> 00:27:26,812
We need to take out the derriere
a touch, hmm.

535
00:27:27,229 --> 00:27:30,440
And take in the bust.
But first... [snaps fingers]

536
00:27:32,359 --> 00:27:33,485
The veil.

537
00:27:33,902 --> 00:27:35,279
["Joy to the World" plays]

538
00:27:40,742 --> 00:27:41,742
[sighs]

539
00:27:42,536 --> 00:27:43,829
Take a look.

540
00:27:44,872 --> 00:27:48,125
Tell Sahil you adore it.

541
00:27:48,208 --> 00:27:49,418
I can't see.

542
00:27:49,501 --> 00:27:51,170
[Sahil laughs]

543
00:27:51,712 --> 00:27:54,256
We are looking for you, darling. Hmm.

544
00:27:54,339 --> 00:27:57,092
And believe us, you are to die for.

545
00:27:57,176 --> 00:28:00,012
Wait until you see it flow.

546
00:28:00,470 --> 00:28:02,389
- Take it down, Your Highness.
- [Amber] I...

547
00:28:02,973 --> 00:28:04,141
I can't walk in these.

548
00:28:04,224 --> 00:28:08,103
You don't have to walk,
you have to glide. Hmm.

549
00:28:08,687 --> 00:28:09,771
Glide.

550
00:28:10,606 --> 00:28:12,024
Glide.

551
00:28:12,107 --> 00:28:13,107
Feel it...

552
00:28:13,817 --> 00:28:14,943
inside.

553
00:28:15,027 --> 00:28:16,027
Mmm.

554
00:28:18,238 --> 00:28:21,074
That dress is something. Yes, Mr. Zabala?

555
00:28:21,992 --> 00:28:24,828
I think the opinion of the bride-to-be

556
00:28:24,912 --> 00:28:26,997
is much more important than ours.

557
00:28:27,331 --> 00:28:31,001
Well, as I said about the sketch,
I think it's a little elaborate.

558
00:28:31,084 --> 00:28:34,129
Nothing is too elaborate for a queen.

559
00:28:34,213 --> 00:28:36,131
It... it sets the image.

560
00:28:36,215 --> 00:28:39,009
Not to mention the amount of work
that went into this.

561
00:28:39,384 --> 00:28:44,014
Furthermore, this gown was
Queen Helena's sole request

562
00:28:44,556 --> 00:28:49,102
before she hands over her son
and her crown to you.

563
00:28:49,603 --> 00:28:50,604
[Sahil] Very true.

564
00:28:54,149 --> 00:28:56,109
[Rudy] One Coney Island bloodhound,

565
00:28:57,569 --> 00:28:59,404
and a blonde with sand.

566
00:29:01,240 --> 00:29:02,366
You're my hero.

567
00:29:03,659 --> 00:29:06,245
So, you bonding with the chef yet?
Where is he?

568
00:29:06,328 --> 00:29:07,328
Eh, she.

569
00:29:08,163 --> 00:29:09,665
Out shopping with the staff.

570
00:29:10,165 --> 00:29:12,417
Oh, I needed a break.

571
00:29:12,876 --> 00:29:15,045
Yeah, a lot of mutual, uh...

572
00:29:16,004 --> 00:29:17,631
respect between us.

573
00:29:18,215 --> 00:29:19,508
Eh, different styles.

574
00:29:20,175 --> 00:29:22,552
There's a lot of things
that are different here.

575
00:29:23,387 --> 00:29:24,387
You feeling it, too?

576
00:29:25,889 --> 00:29:28,684
I feel like it's my wedding,
but it's not my wedding.

577
00:29:29,601 --> 00:29:31,270
All this pomp and circumstance.

578
00:29:31,353 --> 00:29:33,634
It's like, at this point,
I'm almost dreading the big day.

579
00:29:34,106 --> 00:29:35,315
It's your wedding.

580
00:29:35,983 --> 00:29:38,527
Your special day. Nobody's gonna ruin it.

581
00:29:39,319 --> 00:29:40,988
There somebody I need to straighten out?

582
00:29:41,405 --> 00:29:42,405
No.

583
00:29:43,448 --> 00:29:45,033
I just always thought that my wedding

584
00:29:45,117 --> 00:29:47,661
would be about being
with the person I love, with...

585
00:29:48,203 --> 00:29:50,497
with all the people that I love
there with me.

586
00:29:51,790 --> 00:29:54,042
Christmas without Mom
is always gonna be hard.

587
00:29:55,210 --> 00:29:56,570
But getting married without her...

588
00:29:58,839 --> 00:30:00,716
I guess we're both feeling that, huh?

589
00:30:01,758 --> 00:30:03,927
Hey, I've got something for you. Um...

590
00:30:04,761 --> 00:30:07,889
I planned on giving it to you
on your wedding day, but...

591
00:30:08,807 --> 00:30:11,268
I think you could use an angel
on your shoulder.

592
00:30:16,231 --> 00:30:17,858
She would be so proud of you.

593
00:30:22,279 --> 00:30:23,864
[voice breaking] So proud.

594
00:30:25,532 --> 00:30:26,575
[Rudy] Oh.

595
00:30:34,875 --> 00:30:35,875
And...

596
00:30:38,378 --> 00:30:40,339
<i>Voila! </i>What do you think?

597
00:30:40,422 --> 00:30:42,507
Far better. It's perfect.

598
00:30:43,300 --> 00:30:46,061
If I can't dress myself for my wedding,
at least I can make you shine.

599
00:30:46,511 --> 00:30:48,805
If you want me to place a mouse
in the vicinity of Sahil,

600
00:30:48,889 --> 00:30:49,765
please let me know.

601
00:30:49,848 --> 00:30:50,849
Don't tempt me.

602
00:30:51,391 --> 00:30:52,601
So what's this play about?

603
00:30:52,684 --> 00:30:54,394
The story of Princess Froon,

604
00:30:54,478 --> 00:30:57,356
a fair maiden who granted Santa Claus
his magical powers.

605
00:30:58,648 --> 00:31:02,069
The most famous Aldovian Christmas story.
You haven't heard of it?

606
00:31:02,402 --> 00:31:03,487
Not yet.

607
00:31:03,570 --> 00:31:04,821
Come on, sit down.

608
00:31:08,992 --> 00:31:10,452
Okay, so.

609
00:31:10,535 --> 00:31:13,789
Princess Froon was coveted for her ability
to grant magical powers.

610
00:31:13,872 --> 00:31:16,750
One day she was captured
by a big, hairy ogre named Grundle...

611
00:31:16,833 --> 00:31:18,877
- Like Shrek!
- Nothing like Shrek.

612
00:31:18,960 --> 00:31:21,546
Grundel traps Princess Froon
inside a castle made of ice.

613
00:31:21,630 --> 00:31:22,506
Like <i>Frozen?</i>

614
00:31:22,589 --> 00:31:23,589
Not at all.

615
00:31:23,840 --> 00:31:26,402
Grundel was going to eat her
for breakfast, when his pet turtle...

616
00:31:26,426 --> 00:31:27,969
- Turtle?
- Yes.

617
00:31:28,345 --> 00:31:30,430
His turtle found a little baby
in the woods.

618
00:31:30,514 --> 00:31:32,641
And when he brings the baby to the castle,

619
00:31:33,016 --> 00:31:35,435
she cares for it
and nurses it back to health.

620
00:31:35,519 --> 00:31:38,688
Her kindness melts the ogre's heart
and he falls in love with her.

621
00:31:39,356 --> 00:31:40,816
The end?

622
00:31:40,899 --> 00:31:42,901
No. The ogre sets the princess free,

623
00:31:42,984 --> 00:31:44,986
so then she turns the baby
into Santa Claus.

624
00:31:45,070 --> 00:31:47,989
And she kisses the ogre
to say goodbye and thank you,

625
00:31:48,490 --> 00:31:51,701
and he turns into a dashing knight
in shining armor.

626
00:31:51,785 --> 00:31:52,785
The end.

627
00:31:53,537 --> 00:31:54,871
And it's all true?

628
00:31:54,955 --> 00:31:55,955
Obviously.

629
00:31:56,206 --> 00:31:59,918
How else do you think Santa got his magic?
He couldn't have just been born with it.

630
00:32:00,377 --> 00:32:02,295
Who's playing your knight
in shining armor?

631
00:32:02,379 --> 00:32:03,755
No one special.

632
00:32:04,131 --> 00:32:05,257
Just a boy.

633
00:32:05,799 --> 00:32:07,008
A boy, huh?

634
00:32:07,092 --> 00:32:08,218
[exhales]

635
00:32:08,301 --> 00:32:09,511
He's really shy.

636
00:32:09,886 --> 00:32:11,096
His name's Tom Quill.

637
00:32:11,513 --> 00:32:12,639
Sounds cute.

638
00:32:13,014 --> 00:32:14,558
Don't be silly!

639
00:32:15,934 --> 00:32:18,228
- Shut up!
- I didn't say anything.

640
00:32:18,687 --> 00:32:20,939
You're so totally blushing right now.

641
00:32:21,022 --> 00:32:22,023
[Emily laughs]

642
00:32:29,739 --> 00:32:32,242
Time to find the most perfect tree
on the mountain.

643
00:32:33,368 --> 00:32:36,788
- Are you serious?
- Didn't you fall off last time you rode?

644
00:32:36,872 --> 00:32:39,791
Yes, but these horses are
much better natured than your last.

645
00:32:39,875 --> 00:32:42,711
- What about the wolves?
- No wolves, I promise.

646
00:32:42,794 --> 00:32:44,234
But you need to watch outfor yetis.

647
00:32:44,296 --> 00:32:45,130
[Mr. Zabala laughs]

648
00:32:45,213 --> 00:32:48,550
If I wasn't more excited about this than
anything in the world,I'd be worried.

649
00:32:48,633 --> 00:32:51,052
But I am more excited about this
than anything in the world.

650
00:32:51,136 --> 00:32:52,053
So am I.

651
00:32:52,137 --> 00:32:55,557
I've cleared both your schedules,
so take as long as you like.

652
00:32:55,640 --> 00:32:56,808
Find a good one.

653
00:32:56,892 --> 00:32:57,893
We will.

654
00:32:58,560 --> 00:32:59,895
[Mr. Little] King Richard!

655
00:33:00,270 --> 00:33:02,189
I am most sorry, Your Majesty,

656
00:33:02,272 --> 00:33:04,357
but you are needed in thechancellery
at once.

657
00:33:04,441 --> 00:33:05,775
Why on earth?

658
00:33:05,859 --> 00:33:08,445
The unions are calling
for a nationwide strike

659
00:33:08,528 --> 00:33:12,282
in solidarity over unpaid wages
on our work programs.

660
00:33:12,741 --> 00:33:15,869
I need to deal with this, Amber.
Can we choose a tree tomorrow?

661
00:33:16,369 --> 00:33:17,369
I'm sorry.

662
00:33:21,500 --> 00:33:22,751
[Emily] Sorry, Amber.

663
00:33:23,335 --> 00:33:26,338
But as you don't appearto be
terribly busy this afternoon,

664
00:33:26,421 --> 00:33:28,840
I have a final rehearsal.
I could use your input.

665
00:33:29,174 --> 00:33:30,174
Shall we?

666
00:33:31,092 --> 00:33:32,093
We shall.

667
00:33:35,680 --> 00:33:37,432
Why must you trap me here, Grundle?

668
00:33:37,849 --> 00:33:39,476
Your fair beauty hurts my eyes.

669
00:33:40,143 --> 00:33:42,062
But that is not why I trap you here.

670
00:33:42,145 --> 00:33:44,773
I trap you here because I want your magic!

671
00:33:45,148 --> 00:33:46,775
You cannot force me to use it.

672
00:33:46,858 --> 00:33:48,652
I must believe in my heart!

673
00:33:49,402 --> 00:33:50,695
Then I shall eat you.

674
00:33:51,112 --> 00:33:53,865
And your magic shall seep
into my flesh and stones!

675
00:33:54,658 --> 00:33:55,784
I think it's "bones."

676
00:33:55,867 --> 00:33:56,867
[Emily laughs]

677
00:33:56,910 --> 00:33:59,037
- That's what I said, isn't it?
- Never mind.

678
00:33:59,412 --> 00:34:00,622
Let's move on to scene 12.

679
00:34:01,957 --> 00:34:02,957
Um...

680
00:34:03,375 --> 00:34:06,086
Isn't that the one where we...

681
00:34:07,587 --> 00:34:08,587
kiss?

682
00:34:08,964 --> 00:34:09,964
Is it?

683
00:34:10,215 --> 00:34:11,967
- [woman gasps]
- What's going on?

684
00:34:12,884 --> 00:34:13,969
[people murmuring]

685
00:34:16,763 --> 00:34:18,056
This can't be right.

686
00:34:22,352 --> 00:34:23,478
What's going on?

687
00:34:23,562 --> 00:34:25,897
Why did the lights go off?
Why is everybody leaving?

688
00:34:25,981 --> 00:34:28,650
The theater workers
have gone on strike in solidarity.

689
00:34:28,984 --> 00:34:30,735
Our performance is cancelled.

690
00:34:31,528 --> 00:34:32,696
I'm so sorry.

691
00:34:32,779 --> 00:34:34,864
Maybe they can get things together
in time.

692
00:34:34,948 --> 00:34:36,658
The performance was tomorrow.

693
00:34:38,368 --> 00:34:41,037
You would have been
a brilliant Princess Froon, Emily.

694
00:34:41,121 --> 00:34:43,456
Not just because you're a real princess.

695
00:34:44,207 --> 00:34:45,208
Uh...

696
00:34:45,292 --> 00:34:47,419
I'm sorry we didn't get to do the play.

697
00:34:48,336 --> 00:34:49,379
Anyway,

698
00:34:49,796 --> 00:34:51,131
have a nice Christmas,

699
00:34:51,214 --> 00:34:52,299
Your Highness.

700
00:34:52,632 --> 00:34:54,259
You make a brilliant ogre, Tom.

701
00:34:55,468 --> 00:34:56,469
Thanks?

702
00:34:58,763 --> 00:35:01,016
And a brilliant knight in shining armor.

703
00:35:01,099 --> 00:35:02,100
[Amber sighs]

704
00:35:04,936 --> 00:35:06,187
[chain jangles]

705
00:35:12,652 --> 00:35:14,404
I'm so sorry, Emily.

706
00:35:14,487 --> 00:35:16,948
No Christmas play, no Christmas tree.

707
00:35:17,032 --> 00:35:18,792
There won't even be a Christmas
at this rate.

708
00:35:18,825 --> 00:35:20,869
Of course there's gonna be Christmas.

709
00:35:21,703 --> 00:35:23,783
Richard is working really hard
to make things better.

710
00:35:23,830 --> 00:35:26,291
And I hear help is on the way.

711
00:35:27,334 --> 00:35:28,501
[fanfare plays]

712
00:35:28,585 --> 00:35:29,836
Your Majesty.

713
00:35:30,253 --> 00:35:31,546
Leopold!

714
00:35:34,716 --> 00:35:36,426
Thank you so much for coming.

715
00:35:36,509 --> 00:35:40,305
- It's good to be back in Aldovia.
- And Aldovia's delighted to have you back.

716
00:35:41,348 --> 00:35:44,100
I understand the situation is critical.

717
00:35:44,726 --> 00:35:48,897
Richard, and all of us, are very anxious
to hear what advice you have to give.

718
00:35:49,564 --> 00:35:50,690
Cancelled?

719
00:35:50,774 --> 00:35:53,252
So I'm not only failing the nation,
I'm also failing my sister.

720
00:35:53,276 --> 00:35:54,876
No one thinks that. We'll figure it out.

721
00:35:54,903 --> 00:35:57,947
The ministers today were in panic,
mostly for their own positions.

722
00:35:58,031 --> 00:35:59,471
I need people around me I can trust.

723
00:35:59,532 --> 00:36:01,534
Like Mother, Lord Leopold,
and most of all, you.

724
00:36:01,618 --> 00:36:04,162
King Richard, I was hoping
for a moment of your time.

725
00:36:04,245 --> 00:36:06,665
- Moments are in short supply, Simon.
- [Simon] I understand.

726
00:36:06,748 --> 00:36:09,348
I just wanted to thank you again
for taking me back into the fold.

727
00:36:09,417 --> 00:36:11,177
That's putting it a bit generously,
isn't it?

728
00:36:11,211 --> 00:36:13,672
Perhaps, but I'd like to do something
to repay you.

729
00:36:13,755 --> 00:36:14,589
Both.

730
00:36:14,673 --> 00:36:18,093
I may have a solution
to Aldovia's financial crisis.

731
00:36:18,176 --> 00:36:20,345
There's this new crypto-currency
I've been researching.

732
00:36:20,428 --> 00:36:22,406
By investing just a fraction
of what you've sunk...

733
00:36:22,430 --> 00:36:25,368
I should've known this was about getting
your hands on the kingdom's money.

734
00:36:25,392 --> 00:36:27,519
Richard, cousin, no.

735
00:36:27,602 --> 00:36:29,354
It's just as I say, I want to help!

736
00:36:29,437 --> 00:36:31,690
- I have a degree in economics from Oxford.
- You do?

737
00:36:31,773 --> 00:36:34,168
Which he hardly worked for,
which he's squandered ever since.

738
00:36:34,192 --> 00:36:37,320
All I'm asking is that you to hear me out.
I have a sound plan.

739
00:36:37,779 --> 00:36:39,614
Give me a chance to redeem myself.

740
00:36:41,825 --> 00:36:43,368
[door closes, Simon sighs]

741
00:36:47,372 --> 00:36:50,041
Richard, my boy, three words for you.

742
00:36:52,085 --> 00:36:53,461
Stay the course.

743
00:36:53,920 --> 00:36:56,005
Even in light of everything
that's happened?

744
00:36:56,089 --> 00:36:58,591
We put into action
what your father dreamed of doing

745
00:36:58,675 --> 00:37:00,385
for the last years of his reign.

746
00:37:00,468 --> 00:37:01,720
May he rest in peace.

747
00:37:03,972 --> 00:37:07,100
But the situation has changed so vastly
since then.

748
00:37:07,642 --> 00:37:09,602
Are there really no adjustments
you'd consider?

749
00:37:10,562 --> 00:37:11,730
Patience.

750
00:37:11,813 --> 00:37:16,109
This kind of long-term investment
in roads, hospitals, schools...

751
00:37:16,192 --> 00:37:17,277
it's good business.

752
00:37:17,360 --> 00:37:18,862
Just as I've been saying.

753
00:37:20,613 --> 00:37:23,616
I beg your pardon. Lord Leopold, may I?

754
00:37:24,576 --> 00:37:25,910
Yes, of course, my dear.

755
00:37:26,327 --> 00:37:29,289
If all the infrastructure projects
are happening in Aldovia

756
00:37:29,372 --> 00:37:30,707
through Aldovian companies,

757
00:37:30,790 --> 00:37:33,084
how can the country
be losing so much money?

758
00:37:34,043 --> 00:37:37,422
Did you think that perhaps we should
consider taking some proactive steps

759
00:37:37,505 --> 00:37:38,505
to find out?

760
00:37:38,840 --> 00:37:41,134
Absolutely we should, and will.

761
00:37:41,760 --> 00:37:43,261
A thorough review begins tomorrow.

762
00:37:47,474 --> 00:37:48,808
To Lord Leopold!

763
00:37:49,142 --> 00:37:51,895
May the holidays shine that much brighter
now that he's here.

764
00:37:51,978 --> 00:37:54,189
- Lord Leopold!
- To King Richard!

765
00:37:54,272 --> 00:37:56,107
And the beautiful, charming Ms. Amber.

766
00:37:56,191 --> 00:37:58,526
[Rudy] Oh! [laughs]

767
00:37:58,610 --> 00:38:02,530
You are as blessed as your father, sir,
to have such a wise queen at your side.

768
00:38:03,406 --> 00:38:05,246
I had heard so many wonderful things
about you,

769
00:38:05,325 --> 00:38:08,453
yet somehow you seem to exceed
every expectation.

770
00:38:08,536 --> 00:38:10,038
Does the same thing to me.

771
00:38:10,121 --> 00:38:12,499
And I've known her all her life. [laughs]

772
00:38:12,874 --> 00:38:14,292
[Leopold laughs]

773
00:38:14,375 --> 00:38:17,337
[laughs] Hey, I like this guy.
Has a good sense of humor.

774
00:38:17,420 --> 00:38:19,047
Indeed he does, sir.

775
00:38:19,589 --> 00:38:21,174
I trust your meeting went well?

776
00:38:21,591 --> 00:38:23,802
Not sure this is the time or place, Simon.

777
00:38:23,885 --> 00:38:25,512
I beg your pardon, Your Majesty.

778
00:38:25,595 --> 00:38:28,348
I love our country
and was merely curious to know

779
00:38:28,431 --> 00:38:31,017
how Lord Leopold accounts
for the inverse returns

780
00:38:31,100 --> 00:38:33,061
on our New Aldovia initiatives.

781
00:38:33,144 --> 00:38:34,729
Ignore my cousin, Lord Leopold.

782
00:38:34,813 --> 00:38:35,855
[Leopold] No, not at all.

783
00:38:35,939 --> 00:38:38,191
- He'll be a good practice for you, sir.
- How so?

784
00:38:38,274 --> 00:38:41,528
Well, as King, you'll find everyone
has their own agenda.

785
00:38:41,611 --> 00:38:43,988
Keep a watchful eye
on those who try to lead you astray.

786
00:38:44,072 --> 00:38:45,281
I take offence to that.

787
00:38:45,698 --> 00:38:47,033
I take offence to you.

788
00:38:47,450 --> 00:38:48,450
Emily.

789
00:38:49,160 --> 00:38:52,497
I think what Lord Leopold
has to say is very true.

790
00:38:52,831 --> 00:38:55,834
I have no doubt
that Aldovia's future is secure.

791
00:38:56,459 --> 00:38:57,544
Thank you, sir.

792
00:38:58,503 --> 00:39:00,797
I do believe our fortunes
are about to change.

793
00:39:00,880 --> 00:39:02,131
[Rudy] Oh.

794
00:39:04,133 --> 00:39:05,343
It's snowing!

795
00:39:06,261 --> 00:39:09,222
Fresh snow at Christmas
is an Aldovian sign of good fortune.

796
00:39:09,305 --> 00:39:12,642
A signal from your father, no doubt,
that all will be well in the kingdom.

797
00:39:12,725 --> 00:39:13,725
Indeed.

798
00:39:14,519 --> 00:39:16,646
In time to save
my Christmas play tomorrow?

799
00:39:17,355 --> 00:39:18,439
I'll do my best.

800
00:39:18,940 --> 00:39:20,608
The strike will end.

801
00:39:21,109 --> 00:39:24,153
And if you don't do your play this year,
I'll make sure it happens next year.

802
00:39:27,282 --> 00:39:29,117
- Mr. Zabala?
- Yes, Miss?

803
00:39:29,200 --> 00:39:31,953
Would I be able to ask you a favor?
It's a pretty big favor.

804
00:39:32,036 --> 00:39:33,246
Of course, Miss.

805
00:39:33,329 --> 00:39:35,123
[whispers indistinctly]

806
00:39:37,375 --> 00:39:38,668
I would be honored.

807
00:39:42,839 --> 00:39:44,549
[classical fanfare plays]

808
00:39:56,394 --> 00:39:57,478
[horse snorts]

809
00:40:03,067 --> 00:40:04,402
It's amazing.

810
00:40:04,485 --> 00:40:06,946
I thought you might prefer
this mode of transport.

811
00:40:07,363 --> 00:40:09,741
But sleighs can get chilly.

812
00:40:10,116 --> 00:40:11,117
Thank you.

813
00:40:13,202 --> 00:40:15,663
Now, let's go and find
the most perfect Christmas tree

814
00:40:15,747 --> 00:40:17,832
that the palace courtyard has ever seen.

815
00:40:53,660 --> 00:40:55,662
[Amber] Oh, this is perfect.

816
00:40:57,038 --> 00:40:58,289
- Thank you.
- [Richard] Mm-hmm.

817
00:40:58,790 --> 00:41:00,458
What about this one?

818
00:41:01,167 --> 00:41:02,835
It's a little bare on the side.

819
00:41:04,087 --> 00:41:05,088
This one's nice.

820
00:41:06,089 --> 00:41:08,591
- It's not really a cone, is it?
- What?

821
00:41:09,050 --> 00:41:12,428
Well, a Christmas tree should be a cone.
That was more of a triangle.

822
00:41:12,512 --> 00:41:15,098
Well, I always thought a cone
was a sort of triangle.

823
00:41:15,181 --> 00:41:18,101
Finding the perfect tree
is like finding the perfect man.

824
00:41:18,184 --> 00:41:19,268
It takes time.

825
00:41:19,894 --> 00:41:21,854
And first Impressions can be deceiving.

826
00:41:22,397 --> 00:41:25,066
Oh, I see. Just because
I stole your taxi a year ago

827
00:41:25,149 --> 00:41:28,361
now means I need to freeze to death
while we find a perfect tree?

828
00:41:29,654 --> 00:41:31,614
No geometrical imperfections here.

829
00:41:32,281 --> 00:41:33,281
This one?

830
00:41:34,492 --> 00:41:35,492
Yes.

831
00:41:35,994 --> 00:41:36,828
No.

832
00:41:36,911 --> 00:41:40,581
- Tall, majestic, really the perfect tree.
- Totally wrong.

833
00:41:41,541 --> 00:41:43,167
Are you sure this isn't the one?

834
00:41:46,879 --> 00:41:47,922
Come on.

835
00:41:48,840 --> 00:41:50,758
That's... that's a runt.

836
00:41:50,842 --> 00:41:54,387
I mean, it's missing branches. It looks
more like a tetrahedron than a cone.

837
00:41:54,470 --> 00:41:55,555
It's unique.

838
00:41:56,514 --> 00:41:57,598
Unique?

839
00:41:57,932 --> 00:41:59,058
It's special.

840
00:42:00,226 --> 00:42:01,310
This is the one.

841
00:42:03,604 --> 00:42:04,731
As you wish.

842
00:42:09,777 --> 00:42:11,696
[holiday fanfare plays]

843
00:42:13,740 --> 00:42:17,201
Wow, that's a very... unique tree.

844
00:42:17,285 --> 00:42:18,828
Exactly. It's perfect, right?

845
00:42:19,704 --> 00:42:21,807
[Rudy] It'll look great
once we get the colored lights

846
00:42:21,831 --> 00:42:23,751
and those big, old, inflatable reindeer
up there.

847
00:42:23,833 --> 00:42:24,959
When are we decorating?

848
00:42:26,794 --> 00:42:28,379
The staff will attend to that.

849
00:42:29,213 --> 00:42:32,383
And as things have gone back to normal
with the crown this year,

850
00:42:32,759 --> 00:42:34,677
we will light the tree Christmas Eve,

851
00:42:34,761 --> 00:42:36,012
after the King's address.

852
00:42:36,095 --> 00:42:37,096
That's okay.

853
00:42:37,180 --> 00:42:39,390
Reindeer don't fly
till Christmas Eve anyway.

854
00:42:40,016 --> 00:42:42,727
The decor mandate is white and gold.

855
00:42:43,227 --> 00:42:44,937
No inflatables.

856
00:42:45,563 --> 00:42:48,066
You're about to be Queen.
Thought maybe you might have a say.

857
00:42:48,149 --> 00:42:50,985
I'm pretty sure they'd rather treat me
as an ornament myself.

858
00:42:51,069 --> 00:42:53,071
Richard, Amber, Emily!

859
00:42:53,154 --> 00:42:54,154
[Leopold] Your Majesty!

860
00:42:54,197 --> 00:42:57,450
- You're late! You're very late.
- [Richard] Late for what, Mother?

861
00:42:57,533 --> 00:42:59,660
An important pact we made a year ago.

862
00:42:59,744 --> 00:43:01,204
Are thosetoboggans?

863
00:43:06,417 --> 00:43:08,127
- Ready?
- That's it, kiddo!

864
00:43:08,211 --> 00:43:09,045
[Amber screams]

865
00:43:09,128 --> 00:43:10,797
- No!
- We're gonna go faster.

866
00:43:10,880 --> 00:43:11,923
Oh, my goodness.

867
00:43:12,006 --> 00:43:13,841
- Richard!
- [Richard laughs]

868
00:43:14,300 --> 00:43:17,470
Please, Your Majesty. I beg you, slower.

869
00:43:17,553 --> 00:43:19,388
[laughing]

870
00:43:19,472 --> 00:43:20,515
Faster!

871
00:43:20,598 --> 00:43:21,682
You're crazy.

872
00:43:21,766 --> 00:43:24,477
[Emily screaming, Rudy laughing]

873
00:43:24,560 --> 00:43:26,062
Whoa!

874
00:43:26,145 --> 00:43:27,563
[laughing]

875
00:43:27,647 --> 00:43:29,315
[screaming and laughing]

876
00:43:29,398 --> 00:43:30,398
Faster!

877
00:43:30,441 --> 00:43:31,734
[laughing]

878
00:43:32,401 --> 00:43:34,070
- Here we go!
- [Mr. Zabala] Oh!

879
00:43:36,823 --> 00:43:38,533
[keyboard keys clacking]

880
00:43:46,082 --> 00:43:47,667
I can see your reflection.

881
00:43:49,544 --> 00:43:51,546
You don't care for tobogganing?

882
00:43:52,296 --> 00:43:54,841
Not anymore than I care
for you spying on me.

883
00:43:55,383 --> 00:43:58,094
I call it looking after
the interests of Aldovia.

884
00:43:58,177 --> 00:43:59,846
Or for one Aldovian.

885
00:44:00,972 --> 00:44:02,014
Named Simon.

886
00:44:02,390 --> 00:44:04,100
Yes, I get it.

887
00:44:04,183 --> 00:44:05,476
It's not that clever.

888
00:44:05,560 --> 00:44:08,271
King Richard may have been taken in
by your little act.

889
00:44:08,980 --> 00:44:09,981
I'm not.

890
00:44:11,440 --> 00:44:13,442
[keyboard keys clacking]

891
00:44:13,526 --> 00:44:14,569
[laughing]

892
00:44:15,278 --> 00:44:17,029
[Rudy] Come on, bigger wings, kiddo.

893
00:44:17,113 --> 00:44:18,865
- I'm trying!
- Angel's gotta fly!

894
00:44:19,198 --> 00:44:20,700
Hey, you need more snow.

895
00:44:22,451 --> 00:44:24,453
- You messed with the wrong girl!
- Don't!

896
00:44:24,537 --> 00:44:25,705
[Rudy laughs]

897
00:44:25,788 --> 00:44:28,749
Your father's a miracle worker,
cheering her up like that.

898
00:44:29,584 --> 00:44:30,793
[camera shutter clicks]

899
00:44:32,879 --> 00:44:34,714
[Emily] Your father is a true menace.

900
00:44:34,797 --> 00:44:36,632
He is brutal with those snowballs.

901
00:44:37,008 --> 00:44:39,010
But I know what he's trying to do.
All of you.

902
00:44:39,093 --> 00:44:42,281
Trying to make me forget that I'm meant
to be starring in the Christmas play today

903
00:44:42,305 --> 00:44:43,639
- with Tom.
- Did it work?

904
00:44:43,723 --> 00:44:44,932
I won't allow it to.

905
00:44:45,016 --> 00:44:47,185
I have every right
to feel sorry for myself.

906
00:44:49,187 --> 00:44:50,730
Why is my costume here?

907
00:44:58,613 --> 00:45:00,406
You moved my play to the palace.

908
00:45:00,489 --> 00:45:01,782
How did you do this?

909
00:45:03,534 --> 00:45:04,744
[Mr. Zabala laughs]

910
00:45:06,245 --> 00:45:07,788
[excited chatter]

911
00:45:14,128 --> 00:45:15,671
You better know your lines.

912
00:45:18,507 --> 00:45:20,009
[classical music plays]

913
00:45:25,932 --> 00:45:27,767
[audience laughs]

914
00:45:30,394 --> 00:45:32,813
- [ogre yells]
- [girl screams]

915
00:45:33,147 --> 00:45:36,567
[ogre yelling]

916
00:45:37,610 --> 00:45:40,279
- Real nice of you, Peanut.
- Aw, thanks, Pop.

917
00:45:43,616 --> 00:45:45,493
[audience laughs]

918
00:45:49,038 --> 00:45:50,873
[applause]

919
00:45:57,380 --> 00:45:58,422
Oh.

920
00:45:58,506 --> 00:46:00,091
This is Emily's big moment.

921
00:46:16,857 --> 00:46:17,733
Ready?

922
00:46:17,817 --> 00:46:18,817
I think so.

923
00:46:19,568 --> 00:46:21,362
[thunder roars]

924
00:46:24,657 --> 00:46:26,242
[applause]

925
00:46:34,750 --> 00:46:36,294
[cheering]

926
00:46:45,469 --> 00:46:46,762
[man] Bravo!

927
00:46:48,389 --> 00:46:50,182
[excited chatter]

928
00:46:52,852 --> 00:46:53,936
Listen up!

929
00:46:54,854 --> 00:46:59,483
Best Christmas cookie wins a free meal
at Rudy's Diner, New York, New York.

930
00:47:00,318 --> 00:47:02,028
Plane fare not included.

931
00:47:08,242 --> 00:47:12,079
[Richard] Let me just put
some finishing touches on and...

932
00:47:12,663 --> 00:47:13,914
What do we think of that?

933
00:47:14,582 --> 00:47:16,334
Is that a snowman or yeti?

934
00:47:16,417 --> 00:47:18,210
[laughter]

935
00:47:29,722 --> 00:47:30,723
You...

936
00:47:31,474 --> 00:47:33,059
are not a normal chef.

937
00:47:38,481 --> 00:47:40,441
You were really good tonight,
Princess Froon.

938
00:47:40,524 --> 00:47:42,777
You're not so bad yourself, Wicked Ogre.

939
00:47:45,488 --> 00:47:47,573
[Tom laughs]

940
00:47:48,032 --> 00:47:49,032
What?

941
00:47:49,200 --> 00:47:50,326
[man] Come back here!

942
00:47:58,709 --> 00:47:59,710
[woman] Watch out!

943
00:48:07,176 --> 00:48:08,636
Oh, Chef Ivana!

944
00:48:09,053 --> 00:48:10,388
Chef Ivana!

945
00:48:13,516 --> 00:48:15,601
Hey, do you like tobogganing?

946
00:48:15,976 --> 00:48:17,019
Sure.

947
00:48:17,895 --> 00:48:19,605
Maybe you might go with me sometime?

948
00:48:20,064 --> 00:48:21,148
[man] Come back here!

949
00:48:24,944 --> 00:48:26,195
[Amber] <i>Loyal readers.</i>

950
00:48:26,278 --> 00:48:28,531
<i>Christmas spirit has overtaken the palace,</i>

951
00:48:28,614 --> 00:48:31,325
<i>and the Aldovian saga
of Princess Froon and the Wicked Ogre</i>

952
00:48:31,409 --> 00:48:35,746
<i>melted hearts and sparked a wild frenzy
of sweet treats and cocoa in the kitchen.</i>

953
00:48:36,831 --> 00:48:37,998
<i>It was a wonderful day,</i>

954
00:48:38,082 --> 00:48:42,753
<i>a great release from the pressure I feel
as my life is about to change forever.</i>

955
00:48:50,219 --> 00:48:52,304
[Andy] <i>Kingdom of Aldovia, here we come!</i>

956
00:48:52,388 --> 00:48:53,639
[horn honks]

957
00:48:53,973 --> 00:48:55,599
<i>We're on our way to the airport!</i>

958
00:48:55,683 --> 00:48:59,395
Try and get some sleep on the plane, okay?
So you're not totally jet-lagged.

959
00:48:59,478 --> 00:49:02,231
I'm on vacation.
I'll sleep after New Year's.

960
00:49:02,314 --> 00:49:05,484
Your blog is out of control.
We're loving it.

961
00:49:05,568 --> 00:49:10,114
<i>But why did you take down all the snow,
and play, and food fight pics?</i>

962
00:49:10,531 --> 00:49:11,699
What are you talking about?

963
00:49:11,782 --> 00:49:14,577
<i>Everything you put up
is, like, totally gone.</i>

964
00:49:14,827 --> 00:49:16,579
<i>Vanished about an hour ago.</i>

965
00:49:16,662 --> 00:49:18,956
- I didn't take it down.
<i>- Someone did.</i>

966
00:49:20,332 --> 00:49:21,333
[exhales]

967
00:49:21,667 --> 00:49:22,960
I bet I know who.

968
00:49:23,878 --> 00:49:26,046
May I suggest a little damage control?

969
00:49:26,338 --> 00:49:28,841
I shall have a word
with my friends in the press.

970
00:49:28,924 --> 00:49:30,217
Much appreciated.

971
00:49:30,509 --> 00:49:31,594
Mrs. Averill,

972
00:49:31,969 --> 00:49:34,930
you are aware
Sahil requires promptness, hmm?

973
00:49:35,014 --> 00:49:39,018
So perhaps you can tell me where,
oh, where can Sahil find the bride-to-be?

974
00:49:39,602 --> 00:49:40,769
She hasn't arrived?

975
00:49:41,645 --> 00:49:42,646
She has not.

976
00:49:42,938 --> 00:49:44,857
Sahil, may I strongly suggest

977
00:49:44,940 --> 00:49:47,318
that you get a better handle
on our young queen.

978
00:49:47,735 --> 00:49:50,404
- Better know who's in charge.
- [Amber] I can hear you.

979
00:49:50,488 --> 00:49:53,115
Miss Moore, it is imperative
you adhere to the schedule.

980
00:49:53,199 --> 00:49:54,658
Did you censor my blog?

981
00:49:55,367 --> 00:49:56,911
With all due respect,

982
00:49:56,994 --> 00:49:59,747
I thought we had talked about this,
and agreed that...

983
00:49:59,830 --> 00:50:01,832
I never agreedto my work being censored.

984
00:50:02,500 --> 00:50:04,335
Do you really think that this

985
00:50:04,793 --> 00:50:07,880
is the sort of image
the royal family should portray?

986
00:50:08,297 --> 00:50:11,926
I saw that it's trending... It was trending
with tons of positive comments.

987
00:50:12,760 --> 00:50:14,970
It's also a breach of protocol.

988
00:50:15,054 --> 00:50:17,056
I seriously doubt
that traditional protocols

989
00:50:17,139 --> 00:50:19,725
were set up for viral social media.

990
00:50:20,059 --> 00:50:21,227
Times change.

991
00:50:21,310 --> 00:50:23,062
Protocol does not.

992
00:50:23,145 --> 00:50:24,605
Well, in this case...

993
00:50:25,606 --> 00:50:28,067
Your image belongs to us now.

994
00:50:28,150 --> 00:50:30,361
- [Amber sighs]
- It's just the way that it is.

995
00:50:31,278 --> 00:50:32,278
Now,

996
00:50:32,488 --> 00:50:35,533
shall we turn our attention
to the royal portrait?

997
00:50:35,616 --> 00:50:39,411
It is to be rendered at 4:30 promptly.

998
00:50:52,716 --> 00:50:54,593
I can tell something's bothering you.

999
00:50:54,927 --> 00:50:57,346
- Can we talk about it?
- I don't know, can we?

1000
00:50:57,930 --> 00:51:00,641
It seems like we need a royal decree
to go to the loo.

1001
00:51:01,016 --> 00:51:02,685
Who's ruffled your feathers now?

1002
00:51:03,644 --> 00:51:06,730
I had a rather unpleasant conversation
with Mrs. Averill today.

1003
00:51:09,400 --> 00:51:11,443
I don't appreciate being controlled.

1004
00:51:12,695 --> 00:51:13,821
It's a balancing act.

1005
00:51:13,904 --> 00:51:16,824
At the end of a day, they work for us.
But we need to play by the rules.

1006
00:51:17,366 --> 00:51:20,160
She deleted posts from my blog,
without informing me.

1007
00:51:20,244 --> 00:51:23,706
Ah-ah-ah. Stop your chattering, mmm?

1008
00:51:24,623 --> 00:51:26,750
It will disrupt the make-up.

1009
00:51:35,926 --> 00:51:38,929
Once we get through the wedding
and you're officially Queen,

1010
00:51:39,513 --> 00:51:41,353
we'll be at a better place
to pick our battles.

1011
00:51:41,807 --> 00:51:43,058
"Once we get through it."

1012
00:51:43,559 --> 00:51:45,811
Sounds like you're talking
about a medical procedure.

1013
00:51:45,894 --> 00:51:49,815
Let's just go with the flow.
Keep calm and carry on, for now. Okay?

1014
00:51:57,364 --> 00:51:59,283
I spent all night cleaning up.

1015
00:52:00,909 --> 00:52:01,909
Forgive me.

1016
00:52:02,911 --> 00:52:04,121
I do not forgive.

1017
00:52:05,122 --> 00:52:07,458
But since you bring flowers,
put them in water.

1018
00:52:08,542 --> 00:52:10,377
No sense killing flowers.

1019
00:52:11,003 --> 00:52:13,255
I got carried away
with the holiday spirit.

1020
00:52:14,173 --> 00:52:15,758
The kids had so much fun.

1021
00:52:17,926 --> 00:52:18,926
Um...

1022
00:52:18,969 --> 00:52:20,179
Sorry I made you cry.

1023
00:52:24,933 --> 00:52:27,102
When I was a child, life was not easy.

1024
00:52:29,605 --> 00:52:32,608
Spending time with my family
in the kitchen for Christmas...

1025
00:52:33,609 --> 00:52:35,235
are best memories I have.

1026
00:52:39,031 --> 00:52:41,075
They were tears of nostalgia, not anger.

1027
00:52:42,493 --> 00:52:45,079
I could never be angry
for bringing joy to children.

1028
00:52:45,162 --> 00:52:47,665
That is so good to hear.

1029
00:52:50,209 --> 00:52:51,835
I need small dice these peppers.

1030
00:52:54,046 --> 00:52:56,256
And then maybe we can try
make the diner food.

1031
00:52:56,340 --> 00:52:58,175
Ohh.

1032
00:52:58,258 --> 00:53:00,844
[laughs]

1033
00:53:06,058 --> 00:53:08,852
Splendid, you look absolutely regal.

1034
00:53:08,936 --> 00:53:09,937
Indeed.

1035
00:53:10,020 --> 00:53:12,314
Well done. They're in your capable hands.

1036
00:53:13,899 --> 00:53:15,651
Chin up, King Richard.

1037
00:53:16,151 --> 00:53:18,237
Give me some power, huh.

1038
00:53:18,529 --> 00:53:19,738
Some "boom."

1039
00:53:20,447 --> 00:53:21,573
More. Boom!

1040
00:53:22,449 --> 00:53:24,201
Bigger. Boom!

1041
00:53:25,160 --> 00:53:27,371
Boom, huh? Yes, very good. I like it.

1042
00:53:27,454 --> 00:53:29,289
[Mrs. Averill] Watch the smiling.

1043
00:53:29,581 --> 00:53:34,795
I mean, this image, it has to exude
solemnity and control.

1044
00:53:35,587 --> 00:53:38,757
I would be exuding something else
if this dress was any tighter.

1045
00:53:40,134 --> 00:53:42,010
- It's just not working.
- [Sahil] Mmm.

1046
00:53:42,094 --> 00:53:44,763
I think there's something wrong
with her face, huh.

1047
00:53:45,389 --> 00:53:47,015
Maybe the other side is better.

1048
00:53:47,099 --> 00:53:49,643
Ms. Moore, could you turn to the left?

1049
00:53:50,686 --> 00:53:51,686
A bit more.

1050
00:53:52,020 --> 00:53:53,020
Down.

1051
00:53:53,313 --> 00:53:54,313
Right.

1052
00:53:54,690 --> 00:53:55,690
No, left.

1053
00:53:56,024 --> 00:53:57,024
No, right.

1054
00:53:58,652 --> 00:53:59,778
It's not working.

1055
00:54:00,487 --> 00:54:02,156
How much longer will this take?

1056
00:54:02,239 --> 00:54:04,491
The sooner we get it right,
the sooner we can go.

1057
00:54:04,575 --> 00:54:05,575
[gasps]

1058
00:54:06,785 --> 00:54:08,078
It's the necklace.

1059
00:54:09,663 --> 00:54:11,165
Who approved this?

1060
00:54:11,248 --> 00:54:12,166
Oh.

1061
00:54:12,249 --> 00:54:13,083
I chose it.

1062
00:54:13,167 --> 00:54:16,378
Well, it's absolutely wrong!
Get her a proper one, now!

1063
00:54:16,962 --> 00:54:19,882
- I really want to wear this one.
- [Mrs. Averill] It's inappropriate.

1064
00:54:19,965 --> 00:54:20,965
Quick.

1065
00:54:23,260 --> 00:54:24,720
Yes.

1066
00:54:26,597 --> 00:54:28,390
Now this, mmm...

1067
00:54:28,682 --> 00:54:31,351
This will tie it all together.

1068
00:54:31,435 --> 00:54:34,688
- No, I really think...
- No. It's not about you.

1069
00:54:35,230 --> 00:54:38,400
This is about the official royal portrait.

1070
00:54:38,942 --> 00:54:39,942
Richard...

1071
00:54:40,360 --> 00:54:42,154
Mrs. Averill, is there really no way...

1072
00:54:42,237 --> 00:54:44,990
This necklace is part of the Crown Jewels.
I mean...

1073
00:54:45,657 --> 00:54:48,952
Do you really want to insult the crown,
Miss Moore?

1074
00:54:56,043 --> 00:54:57,169
[owl hooting]

1075
00:54:57,252 --> 00:55:00,047
["Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" plays]

1076
00:55:01,173 --> 00:55:03,842
"It makes us proud to have you
as our royal family.

1077
00:55:04,510 --> 00:55:08,055
May you be blessed
with the happiest of Christmases.

1078
00:55:08,680 --> 00:55:10,349
Love, the Frosts."

1079
00:55:10,808 --> 00:55:14,728
All the cards from well-wishers
have to be my favorite part of the season.

1080
00:55:14,812 --> 00:55:15,687
Thank you.

1081
00:55:15,771 --> 00:55:18,732
Hmm, I'd say the second best.
Presents, for me.

1082
00:55:19,191 --> 00:55:20,526
I do the same thing.

1083
00:55:20,609 --> 00:55:23,320
Oh, hang cards all around my kitchen
at the diner.

1084
00:55:23,403 --> 00:55:24,403
[Simon laughs]

1085
00:55:24,988 --> 00:55:28,867
Nothing could be finer
than Christmas in a diner.

1086
00:55:30,202 --> 00:55:32,538
Would you like some coffee
with that whiskey, Simon?

1087
00:55:34,748 --> 00:55:35,874
"Dear Royals,

1088
00:55:36,667 --> 00:55:39,878
while I'm sure you're having
a dandy Christmas at the palace,

1089
00:55:40,295 --> 00:55:43,090
the real working people of Aldovia
are suffering..."

1090
00:55:46,677 --> 00:55:48,178
This one isn't very festive.

1091
00:55:49,346 --> 00:55:50,556
Keep reading, Mother.

1092
00:55:53,225 --> 00:55:54,309
"I've lost my job,

1093
00:55:54,393 --> 00:55:58,063
as the company I worked for my whole life
was put out of business

1094
00:55:58,146 --> 00:56:00,607
by your 'New Aldovia' disaster.

1095
00:56:01,984 --> 00:56:06,196
Thanks for nothing but a big lump of coal
in our stocking this year.

1096
00:56:07,114 --> 00:56:08,114
Bah, humbug."

1097
00:56:10,409 --> 00:56:12,870
We are doing everything we can,

1098
00:56:13,245 --> 00:56:14,245
aren't we?

1099
00:56:14,288 --> 00:56:16,331
That man has no idea
how hard we're working

1100
00:56:16,415 --> 00:56:18,500
for the long-term well-being
of the kingdom.

1101
00:56:18,584 --> 00:56:20,586
[Rudy] Some people just like to complain.

1102
00:56:20,669 --> 00:56:22,254
It's like I always say,

1103
00:56:22,337 --> 00:56:24,631
"Can't let the naysayers bring you down."

1104
00:56:25,007 --> 00:56:26,007
Right, Peanut?

1105
00:56:26,383 --> 00:56:27,383
Pop!

1106
00:56:28,051 --> 00:56:30,637
All hail, Princess Peanut!

1107
00:56:31,138 --> 00:56:33,724
All hail, the village idiot.

1108
00:56:34,099 --> 00:56:36,184
[Leopold] Mister Moore has a valid point.

1109
00:56:36,518 --> 00:56:39,646
Mustn't let a malcontent
disrupt the season.

1110
00:56:40,606 --> 00:56:41,857
Read another one, Mother.

1111
00:56:44,902 --> 00:56:46,570
"Dearest royal family,

1112
00:56:47,237 --> 00:56:49,781
sending you warmest wishes this holiday...

1113
00:56:50,699 --> 00:56:52,159
and hoping for the best.

1114
00:56:53,368 --> 00:56:54,703
Merry Christmas."

1115
00:56:59,666 --> 00:57:00,918
How do you do that?

1116
00:57:01,376 --> 00:57:02,376
It's easy.

1117
00:57:04,838 --> 00:57:08,926
You just have to focus on what's important
and not let anything else distract you.

1118
00:57:12,554 --> 00:57:14,139
You're absolutely right.

1119
00:57:14,222 --> 00:57:15,474
Then take a shot.

1120
00:57:16,058 --> 00:57:18,143
No, I mean, you're right about...

1121
00:57:18,894 --> 00:57:20,437
not getting distracted.

1122
00:57:21,521 --> 00:57:24,399
I've sensed there's more
to these New Aldovia problems,

1123
00:57:24,483 --> 00:57:27,736
but I've been too caught up
thinking about the wedding protocols.

1124
00:57:28,862 --> 00:57:30,238
What do you mean "more"?

1125
00:57:30,322 --> 00:57:32,074
Call it journalistic instinct.

1126
00:57:33,158 --> 00:57:35,786
I just have to focus on the target.

1127
00:57:35,869 --> 00:57:38,205
- Clear your mind and aim.
- Amber!

1128
00:57:39,039 --> 00:57:40,749
Amber, hey! We're here!

1129
00:57:40,832 --> 00:57:41,832
[gasps]

1130
00:57:44,211 --> 00:57:45,128
[gasps]

1131
00:57:45,212 --> 00:57:46,338
I-I'm so sorry.

1132
00:57:47,339 --> 00:57:49,257
Well, that was a real royal welcome.

1133
00:57:49,716 --> 00:57:50,716
Hey!

1134
00:57:52,344 --> 00:57:53,971
- Hey!
- [laughing] Hey!

1135
00:57:55,222 --> 00:57:57,015
You must be Princess Emily.

1136
00:57:57,599 --> 00:57:59,977
It's an honor to be a guest of the realm.

1137
00:58:00,560 --> 00:58:04,481
Uh, excuse Andy,
this is his first royal wedding.

1138
00:58:04,564 --> 00:58:05,816
I'm Melissa.

1139
00:58:06,274 --> 00:58:07,693
The realm welcomes you both.

1140
00:58:07,943 --> 00:58:09,861
Abide, and you will avoid the dungeon.

1141
00:58:12,698 --> 00:58:14,282
Guys, there's no dungeon.

1142
00:58:14,616 --> 00:58:16,451
[all laugh]

1143
00:58:17,661 --> 00:58:19,663
[bell tolls faintly in background]

1144
00:58:20,497 --> 00:58:23,417
Oh, my gosh, can you believe this place?
It's amazing.

1145
00:58:23,500 --> 00:58:25,460
You think if we just moved in,
they'd even notice?

1146
00:58:25,544 --> 00:58:26,795
Let's give it a try.

1147
00:58:26,878 --> 00:58:30,007
- Where are the knights in shining armor?
- When's jousting? I want to joust.

1148
00:58:30,090 --> 00:58:32,884
- I want wenches serving mead.
- There are no wenches in my kingdom.

1149
00:58:32,968 --> 00:58:33,802
Richard!

1150
00:58:33,885 --> 00:58:34,720
- My King!
- Hello!

1151
00:58:34,803 --> 00:58:36,963
- Good to see you again.
- Good to see you, too. Hello.

1152
00:58:37,014 --> 00:58:38,015
- Hello.
- Hello.

1153
00:58:38,098 --> 00:58:40,600
Oh, um, let me introduce you
to the Prime Minister.

1154
00:58:40,684 --> 00:58:43,979
Uh, Andy, Melissa,
this is Prime Minister Denzill.

1155
00:58:44,563 --> 00:58:46,815
Welcome. It is wonderful
to have you in our country.

1156
00:58:46,898 --> 00:58:48,275
You have a beautiful country, sir.

1157
00:58:48,358 --> 00:58:51,653
Sir, it's an honor. I never get to meet
dignitaries at the Noodle Chalet.

1158
00:58:52,029 --> 00:58:54,173
I wish I could come have some fun
with you three today,

1159
00:58:54,197 --> 00:58:56,241
but sadly, my day is far from over.

1160
00:58:56,324 --> 00:58:58,160
Lord Leopold has
the new accounts for us.

1161
00:58:58,243 --> 00:59:01,079
- I wish I could come with. I miss you.
- I miss you too.

1162
00:59:02,914 --> 00:59:05,792
Unfortunately, the Prime Minister and I
have meetings to attend.

1163
00:59:05,876 --> 00:59:08,670
But think of me when you're having fun.

1164
00:59:08,754 --> 00:59:10,964
We shall celebrate in your honor,
King Richard.

1165
00:59:11,048 --> 00:59:12,049
[Richard chuckles]

1166
00:59:13,258 --> 00:59:14,698
You heard the King, it's party time.

1167
00:59:14,760 --> 00:59:17,137
It's your bachelorette night!
We're gonna get it going!

1168
00:59:17,220 --> 00:59:19,740
Actually, there's something I was hoping
you could help me with.

1169
00:59:19,765 --> 00:59:20,807
What kind of something?

1170
00:59:20,891 --> 00:59:23,351
- A lead I wanna follow up on.
- A lead?

1171
00:59:23,852 --> 00:59:25,687
More of a hunch. Potentially a source.

1172
00:59:25,771 --> 00:59:26,772
Wait, for what?

1173
00:59:27,147 --> 00:59:29,274
Discrepancies in the kingdom's finances.

1174
00:59:29,357 --> 00:59:31,818
That sounds way more fun
than a bachelorette party.

1175
00:59:31,902 --> 00:59:33,070
Should've seen this coming.

1176
00:59:33,153 --> 00:59:34,821
It's two days before your wedding,

1177
00:59:34,905 --> 00:59:37,505
your best friends just flew halfway
around the world to celebrate,

1178
00:59:37,532 --> 00:59:38,533
and you want to work?

1179
00:59:38,617 --> 00:59:41,578
Yes. There's something going on
in Aldovia that doesn't make sense.

1180
00:59:41,661 --> 00:59:42,871
What does Richard say?

1181
00:59:42,954 --> 00:59:45,082
He's too busy going with the flow.

1182
00:59:45,165 --> 00:59:46,625
Please, I need your help.

1183
00:59:47,292 --> 00:59:49,294
There's someone we need to find tonight.

1184
00:59:50,087 --> 00:59:51,963
It's gonna be a bit of a mission.

1185
00:59:54,800 --> 00:59:57,427
Be quite. We don't want them to see us.

1186
00:59:58,345 --> 01:00:01,348
- The guest list, per your request.
- Thank you, Mr. Little.

1187
01:00:02,849 --> 01:00:03,849
Oh.

1188
01:00:04,017 --> 01:00:05,060
No.

1189
01:00:05,143 --> 01:00:06,686
No, cross her off.

1190
01:00:08,563 --> 01:00:10,043
- Oh, I don't think...
- [door closes]

1191
01:00:17,155 --> 01:00:18,155
Come on.

1192
01:00:19,991 --> 01:00:20,991
This one.

1193
01:00:23,829 --> 01:00:26,164
[footsteps approaching]

1194
01:00:43,265 --> 01:00:44,474
Does it say who said it?

1195
01:00:44,558 --> 01:00:46,059
Mr. Ernest Mason.

1196
01:00:46,143 --> 01:00:48,520
Let us search the realm
for one Earnest Mason.

1197
01:00:52,274 --> 01:00:54,234
[Andy] Your outfit's very incognito.

1198
01:00:54,317 --> 01:00:56,361
Having the Queen-to-be
spotted in a place like this

1199
01:00:56,444 --> 01:00:58,321
would not be in keepimg
with royal protocol.

1200
01:00:58,405 --> 01:01:01,575
If this Ernest guy isn't here,
can we please do something fun?

1201
01:01:01,658 --> 01:01:03,660
Yes, something that resembles
a bachelorette party.

1202
01:01:03,743 --> 01:01:05,162
I spoke to his wife on the phone,

1203
01:01:05,245 --> 01:01:08,081
she said that he's been here
almost every day since he lost his job.

1204
01:01:08,165 --> 01:01:10,417
Notice how she didn't answer my question.

1205
01:01:10,500 --> 01:01:11,877
Well, at least it's a bar.

1206
01:01:13,295 --> 01:01:15,463
["We Wish You a Merry Christmas" plays]

1207
01:01:23,305 --> 01:01:24,639
Go ask the bartender.

1208
01:01:31,229 --> 01:01:34,191
Oh, honey. Honey, please...

1209
01:01:34,274 --> 01:01:36,151
Merry Christmas, lass.

1210
01:01:36,234 --> 01:01:38,695
It's darker than a dungeon in here.

1211
01:01:38,778 --> 01:01:41,615
Why prevent us from the light
of your pretty, pretty eyes?

1212
01:01:41,698 --> 01:01:43,533
I have a light sensitivity disorder.

1213
01:01:44,951 --> 01:01:47,829
Do I know your voice from somewhere?

1214
01:01:47,913 --> 01:01:49,414
I gotta go, sorry.

1215
01:01:49,497 --> 01:01:50,540
Merry Christmas.

1216
01:01:55,587 --> 01:01:57,214
Walter!

1217
01:02:03,803 --> 01:02:05,347
- Ernest Mason?
- [sighs]

1218
01:02:05,430 --> 01:02:06,598
Who wants to know?

1219
01:02:06,681 --> 01:02:09,643
We have a friend here who'd love
to ask you some questions.

1220
01:02:10,018 --> 01:02:12,604
- What kind of questions?
- About your work situation.

1221
01:02:13,688 --> 01:02:15,065
You some kind of reporter?

1222
01:02:15,148 --> 01:02:17,400
No, but she is.

1223
01:02:25,200 --> 01:02:27,827
First off, you're wrong about the royals.
They do care.

1224
01:02:27,911 --> 01:02:30,121
King Richard has barely slept
since I got here.

1225
01:02:30,205 --> 01:02:32,165
[scoffs] And I'm supposed
to feel sorry for him?

1226
01:02:32,249 --> 01:02:33,929
How much sleep you think
I've been getting?

1227
01:02:33,959 --> 01:02:35,759
I'm sorry, Mr. Mason,
that's not what I meant.

1228
01:02:35,835 --> 01:02:39,256
It's just that they... that we are all
trying to find the best solution.

1229
01:02:39,339 --> 01:02:41,179
But you're one of them.
Why should I trust you?

1230
01:02:41,258 --> 01:02:44,427
Why else would I be here?
I want to understand what's going on, too.

1231
01:02:44,511 --> 01:02:47,138
This whole "New Aldovia" initiative,

1232
01:02:47,222 --> 01:02:49,349
- it's a fraud.
- It was supposed to be a way

1233
01:02:49,432 --> 01:02:51,661
to get the country
to invest more money back into itself.

1234
01:02:51,685 --> 01:02:54,437
That be the case, the money
should actually stay in Aldovia.

1235
01:02:54,854 --> 01:02:59,234
I was a foreman for Derryville Concrete
for 25 years before we were shut down.

1236
01:02:59,317 --> 01:03:02,445
If companies like yours aren't getting
a piece of the pie, then who is?

1237
01:03:02,529 --> 01:03:04,739
Well, a new company, Meadowlark.

1238
01:03:05,198 --> 01:03:07,284
They absorbed
all the contracts in our zone.

1239
01:03:07,367 --> 01:03:09,202
I even heard their bids
were higher than ours.

1240
01:03:09,286 --> 01:03:10,495
An Aldovian company?

1241
01:03:10,578 --> 01:03:12,289
Well, on paper, maybe.

1242
01:03:12,372 --> 01:03:14,916
But my boss said that them
and another couple of companies

1243
01:03:15,000 --> 01:03:16,960
formed at the start of the initiative.

1244
01:03:17,043 --> 01:03:18,378
All a bit fishy, if you ask me.

1245
01:03:19,254 --> 01:03:22,134
- What are you planning on doinganyway?
- Getting to the bottom of this.

1246
01:03:22,173 --> 01:03:24,426
Thank you for your help, Mr. Mason.
It's a good start.

1247
01:03:24,509 --> 01:03:25,760
Call me Ernie, Your Highness.

1248
01:03:25,844 --> 01:03:28,114
- There she is! With the hat!
- Amb? I think we got trouble.

1249
01:03:28,138 --> 01:03:29,472
- Amber, Amber!
- Oh, no.

1250
01:03:29,556 --> 01:03:31,016
- What do we do now?
- We're trapped.

1251
01:03:31,099 --> 01:03:32,684
Follow me. I know a way out.

1252
01:03:32,767 --> 01:03:35,103
Or, you can stay here
and be picked clean by the vultures.

1253
01:03:35,186 --> 01:03:37,689
What... You tipped these people off,
didn't you?

1254
01:03:37,772 --> 01:03:40,626
If I tipped them off, why would I be
trying to help you escape? Let's go.

1255
01:03:40,650 --> 01:03:41,860
- You with us?
- Yeah.

1256
01:03:42,444 --> 01:03:43,695
- Come on.
- Thank you.

1257
01:03:44,487 --> 01:03:46,323
Long live the Queen!

1258
01:03:49,576 --> 01:03:52,537
- Did you follow us here?
- We're fighting on the same side here.

1259
01:03:52,620 --> 01:03:55,349
I don't know what angle you're
playing, but I know you're playing one.

1260
01:03:55,373 --> 01:03:56,624
This is my car, come on.

1261
01:03:58,001 --> 01:03:59,001
[door squeaks open]

1262
01:03:59,044 --> 01:04:00,879
- Get in!
- What happened to the Lamborghini?

1263
01:04:00,962 --> 01:04:02,547
Ferrari. Don't ask.

1264
01:04:05,258 --> 01:04:06,384
[door squeaks open]

1265
01:04:08,303 --> 01:04:09,596
[engine struggles, turns on]

1266
01:04:09,679 --> 01:04:10,722
All right, let's go.

1267
01:04:16,519 --> 01:04:19,314
Not much on Meadowlark Enterprises.

1268
01:04:19,397 --> 01:04:22,317
Just a public web site
with no physical address.

1269
01:04:23,902 --> 01:04:27,197
It's like someone's scrubbed the records.
There's no footprint.

1270
01:04:27,280 --> 01:04:28,823
Is that the best you can do?

1271
01:04:29,491 --> 01:04:31,034
Remind me again why you're here?

1272
01:04:31,117 --> 01:04:33,995
Hello? He saved your ass
from the paparazzi?

1273
01:04:34,079 --> 01:04:35,872
You really have a way with words.

1274
01:04:35,955 --> 01:04:37,749
Well, I am a writer.

1275
01:04:38,416 --> 01:04:39,626
Hey, check that out.

1276
01:04:39,709 --> 01:04:42,271
Looks like Meadowlark is getting
the lion's shareof the contracts

1277
01:04:42,295 --> 01:04:43,375
with these two other firms:

1278
01:04:43,421 --> 01:04:45,423
Geller Inc., and Houghton Alexis.

1279
01:04:45,507 --> 01:04:47,634
Those must be the others
that Ernie was talking about.

1280
01:04:47,717 --> 01:04:50,178
Do you know anything
about those companies?

1281
01:04:50,261 --> 01:04:53,723
No, but I do know that any company
involved in public works projects

1282
01:04:53,807 --> 01:04:55,487
has to register
their financial information

1283
01:04:55,517 --> 01:04:57,143
with the Hall of Records database.

1284
01:04:57,227 --> 01:04:58,645
How do we get in there?

1285
01:04:58,728 --> 01:05:00,522
You're the one with the King for a fiance.

1286
01:05:00,605 --> 01:05:03,733
I don't want to ask Richard about this.
Not unless I really have to.

1287
01:05:03,817 --> 01:05:04,651
Why not?

1288
01:05:04,734 --> 01:05:06,611
Do I detect trouble in paradise?

1289
01:05:06,694 --> 01:05:08,947
Wipe that stupid look off your face.

1290
01:05:09,447 --> 01:05:10,447
Um...

1291
01:05:10,573 --> 01:05:12,826
We could break into the Hall of Records.

1292
01:05:13,785 --> 01:05:15,453
Or kidnap the records keeper,

1293
01:05:15,537 --> 01:05:17,956
toss him in a dungeon,
and hope he gives up the passcode.

1294
01:05:18,039 --> 01:05:18,873
[Melissa laughs]

1295
01:05:18,957 --> 01:05:20,792
Or you could leave it to me.

1296
01:05:21,918 --> 01:05:23,670
How long have you been out there?

1297
01:05:23,753 --> 01:05:25,338
Long enough to get the gist.

1298
01:05:25,422 --> 01:05:29,175
Chances are Aldovia's public firewalls
aren't exactly state of the art.

1299
01:05:29,259 --> 01:05:32,804
- And I know a thing or two about hacking.
- Are you saying you could get us in?

1300
01:05:33,471 --> 01:05:34,471
Mm-hmm.

1301
01:05:35,181 --> 01:05:36,766
Well, let Princess Emily get to work.

1302
01:05:39,352 --> 01:05:40,979
If I can create a network interface

1303
01:05:41,062 --> 01:05:43,314
that catches the traffic
to the legitimate server,

1304
01:05:43,398 --> 01:05:44,649
I can backdoor the access.

1305
01:05:44,732 --> 01:05:47,444
An interfacing server-traffic-catcher,
of course.

1306
01:05:47,527 --> 01:05:48,987
So obvious.

1307
01:05:49,070 --> 01:05:50,697
You think you can crack this?

1308
01:05:50,780 --> 01:05:52,866
Yes, it's gonna take some time.

1309
01:05:52,949 --> 01:05:53,992
Perhaps all night.

1310
01:05:54,075 --> 01:05:55,075
No problem.

1311
01:05:55,410 --> 01:05:58,246
- Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
- Bachelorette party?

1312
01:05:58,329 --> 01:05:59,789
[rock music plays]

1313
01:06:06,337 --> 01:06:07,755
[Melissa and Andy] To the bride!

1314
01:06:07,839 --> 01:06:10,383
And may we all find
our own happily ever after.

1315
01:06:12,802 --> 01:06:14,762
[all laugh]

1316
01:06:17,348 --> 01:06:18,808
[classical music plays]

1317
01:06:24,647 --> 01:06:26,649
[indistinct voice] <i>Miss Moore. Miss Moore!</i>

1318
01:06:27,317 --> 01:06:29,152
Sahil, go away.

1319
01:06:29,235 --> 01:06:31,154
[scoffs] I am not Sahil.

1320
01:06:31,446 --> 01:06:33,156
Now, get up, get dressed,

1321
01:06:33,239 --> 01:06:34,699
and follow me to my office.

1322
01:06:40,038 --> 01:06:42,499
- Richard?
- Amber, what are you doing here?

1323
01:06:42,999 --> 01:06:46,377
- I have no idea. You don't know?
- Not a clue. Mrs. Averill asked me here.

1324
01:06:46,461 --> 01:06:48,087
Your Highness, thank you for coming.

1325
01:06:48,171 --> 01:06:50,798
- What can we do for you?
- I hate to be the bearer of bad news,

1326
01:06:50,882 --> 01:06:55,470
but we have been hit by a rather
severe public relations snafu.

1327
01:06:55,553 --> 01:06:59,224
This is exactly what we don't want.

1328
01:07:00,725 --> 01:07:03,561
That's absurd.
That's Amber's bachelorette party.

1329
01:07:04,312 --> 01:07:05,355
Is that Simon?

1330
01:07:06,523 --> 01:07:07,857
It wasn't a party.

1331
01:07:08,900 --> 01:07:10,068
We were investigating.

1332
01:07:10,568 --> 01:07:11,568
Investigating?

1333
01:07:11,611 --> 01:07:13,154
Investigating what?

1334
01:07:13,655 --> 01:07:15,990
The discrepancies in the royal finances.

1335
01:07:16,533 --> 01:07:17,825
- Excuse me?
- What?

1336
01:07:19,619 --> 01:07:21,538
I'm afraid that Ms. Moore

1337
01:07:21,621 --> 01:07:25,124
does not understand her role
within the royal family.

1338
01:07:25,208 --> 01:07:26,709
Oh, no, I get it.

1339
01:07:27,001 --> 01:07:29,963
I'm supposed to smile, and nod,
and do as I'm told.

1340
01:07:30,046 --> 01:07:31,422
I understand, I just...

1341
01:07:32,048 --> 01:07:33,216
I don't agree.

1342
01:07:33,299 --> 01:07:37,637
Well, I suggest that you cease
from any further investigation

1343
01:07:37,720 --> 01:07:40,932
and any activity pertaining to your blog
immediately.

1344
01:07:41,015 --> 01:07:42,100
No way.

1345
01:07:44,561 --> 01:07:45,561
Your Majesty?

1346
01:07:49,774 --> 01:07:50,775
Sir?

1347
01:07:51,276 --> 01:07:52,276
I...

1348
01:07:53,069 --> 01:07:54,988
- [Richard clears his throat]
- Really, Richard?

1349
01:07:57,740 --> 01:07:59,701
- Amber! Amber!
- Sir! Sir!

1350
01:08:02,537 --> 01:08:04,914
Give her some space. Let her calm down.

1351
01:08:05,873 --> 01:08:11,671
And meanwhile, Lord Leopold has
sent some notes for tonight's speech.

1352
01:08:17,385 --> 01:08:19,095
[keyboard keys clacking]

1353
01:08:24,017 --> 01:08:25,017
Still at it?

1354
01:08:25,643 --> 01:08:28,479
Not exactly Mr. Robot, are you?
More like Mr. Slowbot.

1355
01:08:28,563 --> 01:08:30,607
Silence, Simon. I'm getting there.

1356
01:08:30,690 --> 01:08:33,901
It takes a lot of work.
A concept quite foreign to you, I know.

1357
01:08:34,277 --> 01:08:35,361
Anything we can do?

1358
01:08:35,445 --> 01:08:38,323
Develop malware for me
to drop into their RDP.

1359
01:08:38,406 --> 01:08:40,199
[keyboard keys clacking]

1360
01:08:41,200 --> 01:08:42,702
Is Ms. Moore not here?

1361
01:08:43,202 --> 01:08:44,245
I thought she would be.

1362
01:08:44,746 --> 01:08:46,956
Well, if she's not here, where is she?

1363
01:08:47,457 --> 01:08:49,125
She must be located!

1364
01:08:49,626 --> 01:08:50,793
Sahil will find her.

1365
01:08:53,296 --> 01:08:55,381
What are you doing there, Princess Emily?

1366
01:08:56,466 --> 01:08:58,301
Showing Amber's friends my new game.

1367
01:08:58,384 --> 01:08:59,384
Hmm.

1368
01:08:59,886 --> 01:09:01,387
And you, Count Simon?

1369
01:09:01,471 --> 01:09:03,765
Uh, I was just, um...

1370
01:09:03,848 --> 01:09:05,350
He's bothering us.

1371
01:09:05,767 --> 01:09:06,893
[chuckles awkwardly]

1372
01:09:11,939 --> 01:09:13,483
[keyboard keys clacking]

1373
01:09:13,566 --> 01:09:16,319
We'd all feel much better
if you could stay longer.

1374
01:09:16,694 --> 01:09:19,322
I'd love to, but I'm afraid
I'm compelled to depart

1375
01:09:19,405 --> 01:09:21,115
immediately following the wedding.

1376
01:09:21,199 --> 01:09:22,992
I assure you, things will stabilize.

1377
01:09:23,076 --> 01:09:25,119
Your Majesty, excuse me!

1378
01:09:27,413 --> 01:09:28,998
Have you seen the Queen-to-be?

1379
01:09:29,082 --> 01:09:30,375
She's missing.

1380
01:09:38,675 --> 01:09:40,677
Your Majesty. How may I assist you?

1381
01:09:40,760 --> 01:09:42,011
Amber is missing.

1382
01:09:43,096 --> 01:09:45,682
Mrs. Averill indicated
that she would be in conference

1383
01:09:45,765 --> 01:09:47,350
with Miss Moore this morning.

1384
01:09:47,809 --> 01:09:49,852
And it was requested that I not attend.

1385
01:09:49,936 --> 01:09:51,604
In conference, Mrs. Averill?

1386
01:09:51,688 --> 01:09:54,315
Oh, it was a press and protocol issue.

1387
01:09:54,399 --> 01:09:56,484
It was discussed and resolved.

1388
01:09:56,567 --> 01:09:59,654
Well, subsequently, Miss Moore
did not show up for her fitting.

1389
01:09:59,737 --> 01:10:02,865
Now, Sahil cannot create magic
with a run-away bride.

1390
01:10:02,949 --> 01:10:06,202
Well, I sincerely hope
we won't have to cancel the wedding.

1391
01:10:07,537 --> 01:10:08,871
Cancel the wedding?

1392
01:10:09,622 --> 01:10:10,915
Who will wear the gown?

1393
01:10:12,417 --> 01:10:13,417
Put an alert out!

1394
01:10:14,085 --> 01:10:15,628
Ms. Moore is missing!

1395
01:10:17,505 --> 01:10:18,923
Amber!

1396
01:10:19,924 --> 01:10:21,134
[Queen Rayleen] <i>Amber!</i>

1397
01:10:21,426 --> 01:10:22,760
[Mrs. Averill] <i>Miss Moore!</i>

1398
01:10:23,010 --> 01:10:24,387
[Sahil] <i>She has vanished!</i>

1399
01:10:24,762 --> 01:10:26,139
Amber!

1400
01:10:29,976 --> 01:10:30,893
Richard.

1401
01:10:30,977 --> 01:10:32,145
There's a situation.

1402
01:10:32,228 --> 01:10:33,312
A calamity.

1403
01:10:38,401 --> 01:10:41,162
I could always sniff out the name
of the record keeper's favorite pet.

1404
01:10:41,237 --> 01:10:43,781
- Maybe that's the passcode.
- Gross oversimplification.

1405
01:10:44,282 --> 01:10:47,577
- Did you try one, two, three, four, five?
- Zip it, Simple Simon!

1406
01:10:48,578 --> 01:10:50,246
Look, I don't mean to beat a dead horse,

1407
01:10:50,329 --> 01:10:51,956
- but the dungeon option...
- Shut up!

1408
01:10:52,039 --> 01:10:52,874
[beeping]

1409
01:10:52,957 --> 01:10:53,957
[computer chimes]

1410
01:10:55,710 --> 01:10:56,836
What happened?

1411
01:10:57,128 --> 01:10:58,212
We're in.

1412
01:10:58,296 --> 01:10:59,338
We did it.

1413
01:10:59,839 --> 01:11:02,425
[Melissa] What's it say
about those three companies?

1414
01:11:02,675 --> 01:11:06,679
[Emily] Each are listed as a division
of this... Glockenspiel Consortium.

1415
01:11:06,763 --> 01:11:07,763
Glockenspiel?

1416
01:11:07,805 --> 01:11:09,140
What's that?

1417
01:11:09,223 --> 01:11:11,058
It could be a parent company, or a shell,

1418
01:11:11,142 --> 01:11:13,352
used to funnel the money
to a foreign entity.

1419
01:11:13,895 --> 01:11:16,689
You have a disturbing knowledge
of underhanded activities.

1420
01:11:16,773 --> 01:11:19,942
That would explain why so little
of the money's staying in Aldovia.

1421
01:11:20,026 --> 01:11:23,154
Perhaps if we dig a little bit deeper
into Glockenspiel...

1422
01:11:26,741 --> 01:11:27,784
Oh, my.

1423
01:11:27,867 --> 01:11:28,951
I can't believe it.

1424
01:11:29,452 --> 01:11:30,995
Would you look at that?

1425
01:11:31,621 --> 01:11:33,581
Now is hardly the time to be smug.

1426
01:11:37,794 --> 01:11:38,711
Amber?

1427
01:11:38,795 --> 01:11:39,795
Amber!

1428
01:11:41,506 --> 01:11:42,673
Amber, are you here?

1429
01:11:44,008 --> 01:11:45,008
Amber!

1430
01:11:49,680 --> 01:11:50,598
Amber.

1431
01:11:50,681 --> 01:11:52,725
Amber, I'm so sorry,
I've been such a fool.

1432
01:11:52,809 --> 01:11:54,519
You have no idea.

1433
01:11:54,894 --> 01:11:55,894
Emily?

1434
01:11:56,479 --> 01:11:59,732
- No idea about what?
- How much of a fool you really have been.

1435
01:11:59,816 --> 01:12:03,056
If you're talking about how I've fallen
out with Amber, I have a pretty good idea.

1436
01:12:03,110 --> 01:12:04,612
You've fallen out with Amber?

1437
01:12:04,695 --> 01:12:06,030
Is that why she's missing?

1438
01:12:06,531 --> 01:12:07,615
I'm afraid so.

1439
01:12:08,199 --> 01:12:10,910
Just when she needed me most,
I caved in to the crown.

1440
01:12:13,871 --> 01:12:15,248
After Father died...

1441
01:12:16,123 --> 01:12:18,292
and you left us to go soul-searching,

1442
01:12:18,626 --> 01:12:20,253
I was so angry with you...

1443
01:12:20,336 --> 01:12:22,213
- Oh, Emily.
- ...at first.

1444
01:12:22,922 --> 01:12:25,466
But then I realized this life
we find ourselves in,

1445
01:12:25,550 --> 01:12:27,718
the titles and responsibilities we bear,

1446
01:12:28,135 --> 01:12:29,804
can overwhelm any person,

1447
01:12:30,137 --> 01:12:31,764
especially a good-hearted one.

1448
01:12:32,723 --> 01:12:34,433
And I've allowed it to happen.

1449
01:12:34,767 --> 01:12:38,396
You accepted your title with eyes
wide open. With the best intent.

1450
01:12:38,479 --> 01:12:41,482
- And that's the brother I love.
- I've made such a mess of everything.

1451
01:12:41,566 --> 01:12:44,443
You're only guilty of being manipulated.
Horribly.

1452
01:12:45,027 --> 01:12:46,696
I suspect you're too good to even see it.

1453
01:12:47,071 --> 01:12:48,823
Are you telling me
you suspect Mrs. Averill

1454
01:12:48,906 --> 01:12:51,325
of intentionally driving a wedge
between Amber and me?

1455
01:12:51,409 --> 01:12:55,371
Her loyalty to protocol and history
may have unduly influenced her.

1456
01:12:55,830 --> 01:12:58,833
But there are others in the palace
with even worse intentions.

1457
01:12:59,667 --> 01:13:01,043
What are you talking about?

1458
01:13:01,294 --> 01:13:03,713
Thanks to Amber,
we know where the money's going.

1459
01:13:04,463 --> 01:13:06,299
[Richard] <i>Don't do a thing
until I find Amber.</i>

1460
01:13:06,382 --> 01:13:08,092
<i>There's only one place she can be.</i>

1461
01:13:10,052 --> 01:13:11,052
[horse snorts]

1462
01:13:43,544 --> 01:13:44,544
Amber.

1463
01:13:48,215 --> 01:13:49,550
I'm so sorry.

1464
01:13:52,845 --> 01:13:53,845
Talk to me.

1465
01:13:54,221 --> 01:13:55,473
Now you want to talk?

1466
01:13:56,057 --> 01:13:59,644
You had nothing to say when I needed you
in Mrs. Averill's office.

1467
01:14:00,227 --> 01:14:01,227
I know.

1468
01:14:02,688 --> 01:14:05,024
They want me
to give up everything, Richard.

1469
01:14:05,733 --> 01:14:07,109
My voice, my career.

1470
01:14:07,193 --> 01:14:10,112
Forget about everyone else.
This should be about you and me.

1471
01:14:10,696 --> 01:14:12,531
I always thought
that you would support me,

1472
01:14:12,615 --> 01:14:14,659
and this week has just been so tough.

1473
01:14:14,742 --> 01:14:17,411
- Amber, please...
- Just let me finish, okay?

1474
01:14:18,162 --> 01:14:19,664
Everything is changing.

1475
01:14:21,540 --> 01:14:23,542
I feel like I'm losing control and...

1476
01:14:24,251 --> 01:14:28,464
I'm not used to living like this.
This fishbowl, this distance between us.

1477
01:14:28,547 --> 01:14:30,049
I know it's hard, Amber.

1478
01:14:31,300 --> 01:14:32,385
Trust me, I know.

1479
01:14:34,095 --> 01:14:35,721
And everything is changing.

1480
01:14:36,472 --> 01:14:37,556
For both of us.

1481
01:14:38,724 --> 01:14:41,102
But there is one thing
that will never change...

1482
01:14:43,312 --> 01:14:44,522
My love for you.

1483
01:14:49,527 --> 01:14:52,029
I'll put you before the crown,
I'll put you before everything,

1484
01:14:52,113 --> 01:14:55,783
but if you have to sacrifice
a single thing to be with me...

1485
01:14:56,450 --> 01:14:58,786
your talent, your creativity...

1486
01:14:59,161 --> 01:15:00,538
your determination...

1487
01:15:02,832 --> 01:15:04,959
I don't think I could live with myself.

1488
01:15:09,296 --> 01:15:10,756
I need you, Amber.

1489
01:15:14,510 --> 01:15:16,262
And Aldovia needs you, too.

1490
01:15:17,763 --> 01:15:19,724
We need to get back to the palace, now.

1491
01:15:28,190 --> 01:15:29,358
Oh, Amber!

1492
01:15:29,442 --> 01:15:30,860
Thank goodness.

1493
01:15:31,986 --> 01:15:34,238
- Is everything all right?
- No, not at all.

1494
01:15:37,533 --> 01:15:38,617
What's happened?

1495
01:15:39,618 --> 01:15:42,747
Let's start with the wedding.
There are gonna be some changes.

1496
01:15:42,830 --> 01:15:43,830
Changes?

1497
01:15:43,873 --> 01:15:47,251
Yes, to protocol.
Everything, right down to the gown.

1498
01:15:47,334 --> 01:15:48,419
[gasps]

1499
01:15:48,502 --> 01:15:51,881
It's gonna be our wedding,
so Richard and I are taking it back.

1500
01:15:52,423 --> 01:15:54,091
I don't think you understand.

1501
01:15:54,550 --> 01:15:55,550
Go on.

1502
01:15:56,969 --> 01:15:58,971
I know that it has to be grand,

1503
01:15:59,680 --> 01:16:01,390
and royal, and magnificent,

1504
01:16:01,474 --> 01:16:03,309
but it also has to be about us.

1505
01:16:04,393 --> 01:16:05,561
And I'm half of us.

1506
01:16:05,644 --> 01:16:07,438
So my gown,

1507
01:16:07,772 --> 01:16:10,107
my shoes, my jewelry, and...

1508
01:16:10,983 --> 01:16:12,151
my menu...

1509
01:16:13,444 --> 01:16:14,820
prepared by my dad.

1510
01:16:16,197 --> 01:16:18,074
With all due respect...

1511
01:16:18,616 --> 01:16:20,451
this outburst here, now,

1512
01:16:20,534 --> 01:16:22,536
on the eve before your wedding, it's...

1513
01:16:22,620 --> 01:16:23,996
Long overdue.

1514
01:16:24,789 --> 01:16:25,873
Amber is right.

1515
01:16:27,500 --> 01:16:29,043
And I'm the worst offender.

1516
01:16:29,710 --> 01:16:33,214
I got so caught up in the protocol,
the pomp, the ceremony,

1517
01:16:33,297 --> 01:16:35,800
that I've lost sight
of what the wedding's really about.

1518
01:16:36,842 --> 01:16:38,677
Christmas is about family.

1519
01:16:41,889 --> 01:16:43,057
And your wedding...

1520
01:16:43,724 --> 01:16:45,851
is about the love between you...

1521
01:16:46,560 --> 01:16:47,560
and Richard.

1522
01:16:48,604 --> 01:16:50,189
Everything else is secondary.

1523
01:16:51,774 --> 01:16:53,359
Which means, Mrs. Averill,

1524
01:16:53,442 --> 01:16:56,237
you will stop trying to disrupt
the Queen-to-be and her work.

1525
01:16:56,320 --> 01:16:58,239
Protocol be damned.

1526
01:16:58,322 --> 01:16:59,406
[Leopold] Here, here.

1527
01:16:59,824 --> 01:17:02,910
And as long as the memory
of your dear father is respected,

1528
01:17:02,993 --> 01:17:05,913
a little modernization
should be no threat to the monarchy.

1529
01:17:06,705 --> 01:17:09,708
- To kings and queens...
- That's enough out of you.

1530
01:17:10,251 --> 01:17:11,252
Richard?

1531
01:17:13,003 --> 01:17:14,171
I'm sorry, Mother,

1532
01:17:14,713 --> 01:17:16,632
but there is a threat to the monarchy.

1533
01:17:17,341 --> 01:17:18,384
Lord Leopold.

1534
01:17:18,467 --> 01:17:21,387
I'm sorry? What on earth do you mean?

1535
01:17:21,470 --> 01:17:23,389
The New Aldovia initiative
has been failing

1536
01:17:23,472 --> 01:17:25,432
because you've been
siphoning off the money.

1537
01:17:25,516 --> 01:17:28,018
- That's absurd.
- People lost their jobs because of you.

1538
01:17:29,019 --> 01:17:30,980
And you lied to our faces.

1539
01:17:31,939 --> 01:17:33,482
You should be ashamed.

1540
01:17:34,817 --> 01:17:36,861
I have an army of lawyers

1541
01:17:37,444 --> 01:17:38,988
that shall right that slander.

1542
01:17:48,038 --> 01:17:50,166
- [Amber] You're not going anywhere.
- [gasping]

1543
01:17:55,129 --> 01:17:56,129
You wouldn't dare.

1544
01:17:56,422 --> 01:17:58,591
She's deadly with that thing.

1545
01:18:00,134 --> 01:18:01,594
You'll never prove anything!

1546
01:18:01,677 --> 01:18:05,306
Then why do I hear the dulcet tones
of a glockenspiel?

1547
01:18:05,389 --> 01:18:06,891
[glockenspiel chimes]

1548
01:18:06,974 --> 01:18:10,394
As in Glockenspiel Consortium.

1549
01:18:10,477 --> 01:18:12,980
Yes, yes, I get it. It's not that clever.

1550
01:18:25,326 --> 01:18:26,326
Mr. Little.

1551
01:18:27,453 --> 01:18:28,454
Mr. Zabala.

1552
01:18:30,456 --> 01:18:32,458
Take Lord Leopold to the dungeon.

1553
01:18:34,335 --> 01:18:35,502
There's actually a dungeon?

1554
01:18:35,586 --> 01:18:37,171
Oh, yes, there's a dungeon.

1555
01:18:37,880 --> 01:18:40,883
In the deepest, darkest depths
of the castle.

1556
01:18:41,508 --> 01:18:42,509
Cool!

1557
01:18:51,769 --> 01:18:53,395
[owl hoots]

1558
01:18:53,479 --> 01:18:54,897
[Richard] <i>Loyal Aldovians,</i>

1559
01:18:55,773 --> 01:18:58,150
I'm happy to announce
that I am able to tear up the script

1560
01:18:58,234 --> 01:18:59,902
that I was given for tonight's speech,

1561
01:19:00,569 --> 01:19:04,657
one which glossed over the hardships
that I know a lot of you have been facing.

1562
01:19:11,330 --> 01:19:14,124
I can instead announce,
thanks to the Queen-in-waiting,

1563
01:19:14,583 --> 01:19:17,336
that severe corruption is responsible

1564
01:19:17,711 --> 01:19:19,171
for our recent hardships.

1565
01:19:19,672 --> 01:19:21,590
<i>It has been discovered and eliminated.</i>

1566
01:19:21,674 --> 01:19:26,262
<i>The funds have been recovered,
and every one of you will be paid...</i>

1567
01:19:26,595 --> 01:19:28,430
She did it!She did it!

1568
01:19:28,514 --> 01:19:30,825
- Merry Christmas, darling!
<i>- ...along with a Christmas bonus</i>

1569
01:19:30,849 --> 01:19:32,768
<i>for every hard-working man
and woman in Aldovia.</i>

1570
01:19:33,143 --> 01:19:34,728
[cheering and applause]

1571
01:19:39,066 --> 01:19:41,318
On behalf of the entire royal family...

1572
01:19:42,319 --> 01:19:43,320
Queen Helena,

1573
01:19:44,613 --> 01:19:45,656
Princess Emily,

1574
01:19:46,532 --> 01:19:47,574
Count Simon,

1575
01:19:48,450 --> 01:19:49,743
Queen-to-be Amber,

1576
01:19:50,202 --> 01:19:52,121
and the new Earl of Aldovia,

1577
01:19:52,663 --> 01:19:54,206
Rudy Moore...

1578
01:19:55,582 --> 01:19:57,543
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas.

1579
01:19:58,252 --> 01:20:01,171
Let's celebrate with the lighting
of the royal Christmas tree.

1580
01:20:01,255 --> 01:20:03,590
[crowd] Three, two, one.

1581
01:20:04,842 --> 01:20:07,219
[cheering]

1582
01:20:07,803 --> 01:20:09,346
Now that's more like it.

1583
01:20:09,430 --> 01:20:12,391
<i>d Noel, Noel d</i>

1584
01:20:12,474 --> 01:20:15,769
<i>d Noel, Noel d</i>

1585
01:20:16,103 --> 01:20:21,191
<i>d Born is the King of Israel d</i>

1586
01:20:21,275 --> 01:20:24,528
<i>d Noel, Noel d</i>

1587
01:20:24,611 --> 01:20:28,365
<i>d Noel, Noel d</i>

1588
01:20:28,449 --> 01:20:34,246
<i>- d Born is the King of Israel d</i>
- [bell tolls]

1589
01:20:34,580 --> 01:20:36,332
[cheering]

1590
01:20:44,006 --> 01:20:45,549
[guitar plays]

1591
01:21:01,982 --> 01:21:04,860
- I believe I owe you a debt of gratitude.
- No, not at all.

1592
01:21:05,361 --> 01:21:06,801
But, now that I've proven my mettle,

1593
01:21:06,862 --> 01:21:09,007
and there being an open seat
on your Advisory Council...

1594
01:21:09,031 --> 01:21:10,783
- Don't push your luck.
- Fair enough.

1595
01:21:48,320 --> 01:21:51,031
["A Midsummer Night's Dream -
The Wedding March" plays]

1596
01:21:56,370 --> 01:21:57,579
My goodness.

1597
01:22:00,666 --> 01:22:02,501
Mom's right here with us, Peanut.

1598
01:22:04,795 --> 01:22:05,879
I know, Pop.

1599
01:22:15,097 --> 01:22:16,097
[laughs]

1600
01:22:39,746 --> 01:22:41,290
Do you, King Richard,

1601
01:22:41,373 --> 01:22:44,710
take the beautiful Amber Eve Moore
to be your bride?

1602
01:22:45,210 --> 01:22:46,210
I do.

1603
01:22:50,674 --> 01:22:54,845
Do you, Amber, takeRichard Bevan Charlton
to be your husband?

1604
01:22:55,888 --> 01:22:56,888
I do.

1605
01:23:02,102 --> 01:23:04,104
King Richard, you may kiss your bride,

1606
01:23:04,188 --> 01:23:06,356
Queen Amber of Aldovia.

1607
01:23:08,108 --> 01:23:09,776
[applause]

1608
01:23:30,797 --> 01:23:32,257
[cheering]

1609
01:23:40,432 --> 01:23:42,309
["Cannon in D" plays]

1610
01:23:47,606 --> 01:23:48,440
[cheering]

1611
01:23:48,524 --> 01:23:51,610
[man] Ladies and gentlemen,
our newlywed couple,

1612
01:23:52,069 --> 01:23:55,155
King Richard and Queen Amber.

1613
01:24:01,954 --> 01:24:04,039
[inaudible]

1614
01:24:06,416 --> 01:24:08,585
[both laugh]

1615
01:24:09,002 --> 01:24:10,546
[cheering and applause]

1616
01:24:12,422 --> 01:24:13,422
[man] Bravo!

1617
01:24:27,187 --> 01:24:28,522
[both laugh]

1618
01:24:28,605 --> 01:24:30,649
How did you even manage to do that?

1619
01:24:30,732 --> 01:24:32,818
- I don't know. I don't know.
- [Emily laughs]

1620
01:24:34,361 --> 01:24:35,361
Queen Helena,

1621
01:24:35,696 --> 01:24:38,198
hockey puck sliders painted red.

1622
01:24:38,532 --> 01:24:40,534
Your Majesty, they are delicious.

1623
01:24:43,161 --> 01:24:44,746
Mmm! Mmm. Mmm.

1624
01:24:44,830 --> 01:24:46,582
So you're from New-York?

1625
01:24:46,665 --> 01:24:48,917
- Queens.
- Nice.

1626
01:24:52,379 --> 01:24:54,548
[women scream]

1627
01:24:54,631 --> 01:24:55,631
Oh!

1628
01:24:56,300 --> 01:24:57,300
[applause]

1629
01:24:57,509 --> 01:25:00,137
Ah! Congratulations!

1630
01:25:00,220 --> 01:25:01,220
[Amber laughs]

1631
01:25:01,430 --> 01:25:02,639
I'm happy, too.

1632
01:25:02,723 --> 01:25:03,765
[Amber laughs]

1633
01:25:06,393 --> 01:25:08,562
Excellent catch, Your Majesty.

1634
01:25:11,940 --> 01:25:13,900
The only one wearing Sahil...

1635
01:25:14,526 --> 01:25:15,902
is the cake topper.

1636
01:25:16,486 --> 01:25:17,696
Between me and you,

1637
01:25:17,779 --> 01:25:19,781
your version would have been way better.

1638
01:25:22,576 --> 01:25:24,620
["Waltz of the Flowers" plays]

1639
01:26:14,294 --> 01:26:16,421
[music stops, people murmuring]

1640
01:26:19,925 --> 01:26:21,176
[dance music plays]

1641
01:26:21,259 --> 01:26:22,259
Let's dance.

1642
01:26:26,014 --> 01:26:27,516
Conga!

1643
01:26:27,766 --> 01:26:29,059
[both laugh]

1644
01:26:29,142 --> 01:26:30,560
- [conga music plays]
- Hey!

1645
01:26:30,644 --> 01:26:32,062
- Come on, let's do this.
- Ho!

1646
01:26:35,732 --> 01:26:36,900
Come on, Mrs. Averill.

1647
01:26:38,360 --> 01:26:39,486
All right.

1648
01:26:53,291 --> 01:26:54,418
[laughing]

1649
01:27:01,967 --> 01:27:02,967
Come on!

1650
01:27:03,301 --> 01:27:04,344
[Amber laughs]

1651
01:27:04,428 --> 01:27:06,304
Wait, wait, wait. [Richard laughs]

1652
01:27:12,185 --> 01:27:14,646
Thank you for making this
the best Christmas ever.

1653
01:27:15,564 --> 01:27:18,066
I don't think we'll ever be able
to top this one.

1654
01:27:18,150 --> 01:27:19,484
Well, you never know.

1655
01:27:19,568 --> 01:27:20,861
There's always next year.

1656
01:27:21,361 --> 01:27:22,904
I'm willing to try if you are.

1657
01:27:24,281 --> 01:27:25,281
To Christmas.

1658
01:27:26,366 --> 01:27:27,409
And to you.

1659
01:27:27,784 --> 01:27:28,784
[glasses clink]

1660
01:27:29,327 --> 01:27:30,620
Alone at last.

1661
01:27:35,792 --> 01:27:37,169
[conga music plays]

1662
01:27:37,753 --> 01:27:39,463
[people laughing]

1663
01:27:43,717 --> 01:27:44,717
[laughs]

1664
01:28:05,363 --> 01:28:06,531
[laughter]

1665
01:28:08,742 --> 01:28:12,120
Until the wedding,
you're going to have your own...

1666
01:28:12,204 --> 01:28:13,205
[sneezes]

1667
01:28:13,288 --> 01:28:14,498
<i>Gesundheit.</i>

1668
01:28:14,581 --> 01:28:15,999
Bless you!

1669
01:28:16,416 --> 01:28:17,416
[laughter]

1670
01:28:18,001 --> 01:28:19,753
She's alergic to flowers.

1671
01:28:20,086 --> 01:28:21,379
Is Ms. Moore not here?

1672
01:28:21,922 --> 01:28:23,089
I thought she would be.

1673
01:28:24,049 --> 01:28:26,009
Well, if she's not here, where is she?

1674
01:28:29,179 --> 01:28:30,263
Sh...

1675
01:28:30,972 --> 01:28:33,183
She must be located. Sorry.

1676
01:28:33,266 --> 01:28:34,643
[laughter]

1677
01:28:34,726 --> 01:28:37,896
I should've known this is about you
getting your hands on... money.

1678
01:28:37,979 --> 01:28:38,979
Oh.

1679
01:28:39,481 --> 01:28:40,481
I...

1680
01:28:40,899 --> 01:28:42,359
I don't know what to say to that.

1681
01:28:42,442 --> 01:28:45,570
[Sahil] Not to mention the amount of work
that went into...

1682
01:28:46,321 --> 01:28:47,906
[laughter]

1683
01:28:50,784 --> 01:28:52,244
[speaking indistinctly]

1684
01:28:52,577 --> 01:28:53,578
[laughter]

1685
01:28:53,954 --> 01:28:55,080
Aldovia's future...

1686
01:28:55,163 --> 01:28:56,039
Oh.

1687
01:28:56,122 --> 01:28:57,707
There's no need to point to him, sorry.

1688
01:28:57,791 --> 01:28:59,709
[laughter]

1689
01:29:00,585 --> 01:29:01,628
[laughter]

1690
01:29:11,012 --> 01:29:12,472
Bachelorette party?

1691
01:29:12,556 --> 01:29:13,932
[Amber and Melissa laugh]

1692
01:29:15,183 --> 01:29:16,183
Are you okay?

1693
01:29:20,730 --> 01:29:22,315
No one gets in the front with you?

1694
01:29:22,399 --> 01:29:23,775
[laughter]

1695
01:29:25,610 --> 01:29:26,903
[classical music plays]

 
 
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