Cinderella II: Dreams Come True

I always said we needed
some new traditions around here.

Go on, now, Prudence.
You're missing all the fun.

- Did I miss something?
- Surprise!

Splendid job. Splendid!
It is the princess
who deserves your praise, Sire.

And I am honoured to be
at Her Highness's service.

I think we're going
to be great friends.

I told my son
he had chosen well.

You're a natural.
Hooray! Hooray!
Another dance!
I'm glad you do things
your own way.

Someday I'll get
this princess thing right.

I think that day is today.
Well, Cinderella certainly turned
things around, didn't she?

Yeah, no more big hair.
Or prunes.
Can't get it.
Oh, let me help with that.
Watch it.
I don't like that magic stuff.

Remember what
happened last time.

Oh, now there's a story
we should tell.

Yeah, that's a good one!
Oh, no. No, no, no.
Very, very boring story.

We don't want to hear that one.
- But, Jaq, it's my favourite.
- Okay, let's hear it.

Well, it certainly was
an unusual wish, Jaq, dear.

But things didn't turn out
quite the way you had planned.

Duh, what are we doing
in the garden, Jaq-Jaq?

Gus-Gus not had breakfast yet.
Gus-Gus, we're going to pick
flowers for Cinderelly.

- What for?
- Because we never get a chance
to do anything for Cinderelly now.

Uh, sure we do.
- Like what?
- Uh, well, uh, duh, uh, let's see.

Oh, Cinderelly don't need mice-mice.
She got lots of people to help her.

Well, I want to bring her
a big bunch of flowers.

- That's enough!
- You've got to think big, Gus-Gus.