Galavant's party's bickering seems futile when they're captured by a crew of river-stranded 'pirates' who prove hopelessly clumsy, hence are easily overpowered. The king finds out his jester is the queen's lover, but instead of applying his usual cruelty, as with the Valencian people, seeks him for flirting lessons, notably courting by humor, for which he alas shows no aptitude.
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WILHELM SCREAM: When King Richard pushes a guard off the balcony during the song "Comedy Gold". See more
Now look. Either we can take your pirate supplies, the swords, the hooks.
Yes, yes. All of it! Or, we can work together to get your ship off that hill. And you can take us to Valencia.