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The King is enraged upon his return as he sees Lucky marrying his treasured daughter with his written approval. The episode was directed by Peter Smith. The episode was directed by Jon Amiel. The ferryman shares that he doesn't know why he is forced to perform his task rowing back and forth across the blackened water without ending. They are married, to the dismay of the entire kingdom.
The Princess tries to resist but as her mother pries she gives in and tells her that Hans is bewitched. The episode was directed by Steve Barron. The Queen says that the only way to reverse the spell is to fling the quills in the fire. When she finally does, he turns out to be bewitched in the hands of the troll's evil daughter the Trollop. Two are as ugly and as bad as can be, but the third nicknamed Sapsorrow is as kind and as beautiful as her sisters are not.
Anja lives happily in the castle. She lives thus for years, working in the kitchen of a handsome but proud prince.
He knows she has seen him when he finds her slumbering on the discarded quills the following night. Claiming that the new groom must prove his worth, the king declares that Lucky must bring him a golden feather from the dreaded Griffin a nigh impossible task as far as the king is concerned.
When the troll asks her to build him a palace, the Lion build it for her, and the troll falls to his death in a bottomless room. Instead, it turns out to be his beautiful daughter, the Princess of sweetness and cherry pie. Zeus punished them by destroying them with thunderbolts, and from the ashes humankind was created, a mixture of the evil of Titans and the divinity of Dionysus. The princess says she knows what she must do.
Her wish is heard by a wondrous white lion called the Thought Lion who completes her impossible tasks for her. The Titans then devoured these dismembered pieces of flesh.
Once her father provides these, on the night of the wedding she takes the gowns and goes into hiding, disguising herself as a creature of fur and feathers known as Straggletag. He tells her that he is bewitched and only if she can keep his secret for one more night can he be freed and remain in the form of the handsome man. He comes into the chamber with his bagpipes and takes a seat by the fire and begins to play the same beautiful music that saved the king a year prior.
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