MYSTERY ANIMAL HUNT ? Kiddyzuzaa Land: Episode 6 ? Princess Olivia’s Chocolate Fountain DISASTER!

– [Child] Kiddyzuzaa. (synthesiser music) (explosion) – Ha-ha! Ha-ha-ha! Mwa-ha-ha-ha! (sighing) – Isabella, it’s okay. You’re not gonna get splashed
by the fountain, you know. – You can never be
too careful, Olivia. Chocolate stains, know you? – Honestly, I’ve sunbathed
here a million times and I’ve never been splashed
by the chocolate fountain. It just doesn’t happen. (splashing) – You were saying? – What did that? – Ahh!
– Ahh! – It’s going to the forest. What was that thing? – I have no idea, but I
know someone who will. – Oh, do we have to? – If there’s some
weird forest creature coming into the palace
gardens, Isabella, I want to know what it is. Now, come on. – Oh, fine. But if I get mucky, I’m sending
you the dry cleaning bill. – Come on, Isabella! – Ew. So gross. – Esme? – Uh, Esme? – It wasn’t me. What? Huh? Oh, hey guys. What brings you here? – We need your help. How much do you know about
the animals of the forest? – Oh, I think I can help. Did it look like this? – What is that? – Zuzan Stink Bat. They’re pretty cool. (groaning) – I don’t think it
was one of them. It wasn’t flying,
it was bouncing. – Hm. A Fluhdonk? Hm. Then was it Willard the Sloth? – No! – Guys? – There’s nothing
else it could be? – [Isabella] Guys? – Not that I know of. – [Isabella] Guys! – That’s it! – Quick, grab it! Uh, come on. Let’s get after it. – What are those for? – You’ll see. (yelling) – Right, the thing
went this way. It has to be around
here somewhere. – Okay, let’s fit
up and find it. Wands at the ready, princesses. – Hm.
– Hm. – Ha! Oops, just my shadow. – Hm, hmmm, ah, time
for a break I think. (gasps) Hello you, you
cute little thing. Ha ha, you like raspberries. (footsteps) (yells) – Esme, you find anything? – No, you? – Nothing. Have
you seen Isabella? – Isabella? (gasps) That’s it. – Esme, you scared it off. – Quickly princesses, after it. (footsteps) (bouncing) (footsteps) (bouncing) – Ooh, a break, at last. – Where did it go? – Hey, is that a
door in the rock? – Quick, let’s see if
we can get it open. (grunting) – [All] Alright. – Where are we? (gasps) – Who’s that? Malice? – Where? – Wait, Liliana! – Oh (laughs) hey princesses,
welcome to my new lab. – Oh there you are. – I see you’ve met
one of my furgabbits. – Furgabbits, those aren’t real. – They are now, thanks to
my Creature Creator 3000. Simply place one
animal on one end, and another one on
the other, and boom, you have a completely
new animal. And before you ask, Esme,
we can’t try it on you. It’s early days you see,
there’s still a few glitches. – Liliana, what
kind of glitches? – Oh, it just makes a few
more versions of the creature than you want. – A few more. – Huh, yeah, don’t
worry about them. They’ll be fine as long as you
close the door on the way in. – [All] Ehhhhh. (yelling) (beeping) – No way, eaten by the
demon surprise again? Ugh. Mr. Snuggles, who put this here? This isn’t funny anymore,
whoever keeps doing this. (kicks) – Tell me again why we’re going for a night time
walk in the woods? – Because it’s fun. – It’s not, it’s scary. (yells) See? – Oh, it’s just Mr.
Snuggles, Olivia. – Well I’m sorry,
but even teddy bears falling from the sky is scary. Where did he come from? – [Both] Malice. – Looks like she’s
just gone to sleep. Come on. – What do you mean “come on”? – Malice is asleep, have
you ever been in her tower? – No, and I never plan to. Ugh, well I’m not going, I’m
just gonna stay here, alone, in the woods,
scary, dark, woods. Esme, wait up. Whoa, Esme, what have you
done, this place is tip. – It was already
like this, and shhh. – What a mess, this
place is disgusting. This is weird, our school
year book, our class as well. Hmm, I remember that girl,
Alice, Alice something. Why would Malice have circled
Alice in our yearbook? – I don’t know, unless. (gasps) – [Both] Malice is Alice. – Hey, when did we learn to
communicate telepathically? – We didn’t. – So, we’re just talking
out loud in silly voices. (gulps) – Let’s hope we didn’t wake – [Malice] Malice? – We should run. – Quickly, before
she knows our plan. – You do realise you guys
are speaking out loud, right? – We did it again. Run. – So you’re saying Malice used
to be our classmate Alice, and then she turned to be evil? – Yes. – But what turned her evil? – Maybe it was something we did. (flying noises) – Can I have a go? – I don’t know Alice, it’s
Mr. Snuggles turn next. (scoots) – Two seconds Esme,
I’m coming up. – Oh, I wouldn’t,
this branch might not take the weight of
the three of us. – The three of us? – Yeah, me and Mr. Snuggles
are already up here. – You princesses. – So that means we can talk to
each other whenever we want. Mr. Snuggles, Mr.
Snuggles, do you copy? Repeat, this is
Olivia to Snuggles. – Okay, maybe I wasn’t
that kind either. – It’s all our faults, we
didn’t share our things with Alice, and that
turned her evil. She became Malice because of us. – Oh no, what are
we going to do? (claps) – Princesses, it’s simple. We’ll go ’round
there and apologise. (whines) (gulps) (doorbell rings) (yells) (grunts) (yells) (laughs) (yells) (whirring) (gasps) (thuds) – Liliana, are you okay? (gasps) – I’ve got it. – Got what? – Malice didn’t turn
evil because we didn’t share our things with her. She turned evil
because we didn’t share Mr. Snuggles with her. – Mwahahaha. You think I turned
evil because of you, princesses, and some
stupid teddy bear. – Exactly. – Ha. I turned evil because
my whole family was evil. It’s in my blood. – But, you were
cuddling Mr. Snuggles. – An experiment to
see what it felt like. Ugh, but it felt awful. Anyway, you princesses are
trespassing on evil property. Do I need to use my
teddy cannon again. – Yeah, I think it’s
time we left, lots to do. – I’m sorry Mr. Snuggles, let’s
keep this between us, yeah? (playful music) – So all I’m saying
is, I ran a marathon in my dream last
night, and this morning I’m feeling exhausted. – It doesn’t work
like that, Esme. Oh no, Malice. (evil music) (popping) (groaning) – Wooo. – Well that was weird. – Yeah, what’s up with Malice? – Oh, I was talking about that
dog riding a hot air balloon. (playful music) But yeah, Malice
didn’t seem herself. Normally, she’d at
least manage an insult – [Malice Voiceover]
Prin-sissi, goody no shoes. – Esme, what are you looking at? – Sorry, just remembering
Malice’s insults. – Hey guys, what’s
up with Malice? – Hey Liliana, we were just
wondering the same thing. – Yeah, I thought she was
gonna knock my ice-cream out my hand, but,
it’s still here (slurps) – She’s being so un-Malice-y. Normally, she’d never
miss an opportunity to prank us, but recently,
it’s like she doesn’t care. – I noticed that too. (electronic music) – Seriously guys, what
are you looking at? – Nothing, it just helps when
you are remembering things. – Scientifically proven, try it. (dinging) (groaning) – Phew. (suspenseful music) (groaning) – Whoof. (groaning) (sighs) – Yeah, there’s definitely
something wrong with Malice. – Amazing, maybe I’ll
finally be able to do, well, anything,
without her ruining it. – We can’t just ignore it if
something’s wrong with her. – Yeah, I suppose you’re right. – Someone should go speak to
her to find out what’s wrong. – Great idea, not me though. – Yeah, me neither. (suspenseful music) – Well I’m definitely
not doing it. So what’s wrong my Malice? – Right, now what’s wrong
is that you’re in my tower. – Come on Malice, what’s up,
you’re not being yourself. – I know, I’ve retired. – Retired, why? – Because I suck at being
evil Esme, that’s why. (laughs) – Malice, you’re not
bad at being evil, you’re brilliant at it. – I’m not. – You are, look at all the
evil stuff in this room. See, a witch’s broomstick. Only a truly evil witch could
fly one of these bad boys. – I use that to sweep up. – Hmm, Ah ha! A cauldron. There’s even something
terrible brewing in there now. What’s this then? A potion to give whoever
drinks it, feathers? Or doom them to eternally
smell like a foot? – That’s my dinner. – Ah, then I take it back.
You are bad at being evil. – See? Now get out, I’m going
to do whatever it is people do once they’ve retired. Knit, or play golf,
or do some gardening. – Gardening eh? I hear the palace is
looking for a new gardener. I’ll put in a good word for you. Okay, so Malice should
be here any moment. We all know the plan, right? – Yes, she thinks she’s coming
’round to do some gardening. Then, we’re gonna loudly laugh about how bad she
is at being evil. But you never told
us what happens next. – Yeah, Esme. – No time for that, here she
comes, just follow my lead. (laughter) Yeah, Malice is so
bad at being evil. Would you believe
she’s got a broomstick, but she can’t ride it. – Ha, what kind of witch
can’t ride a broomstick. (laughter) – Yeah, and I heard she
still sleeps with a teddy. (groaning) – I suck at being evil, eh? Well how’s this for evil. (exploding) Malice is back, prin-sissis. (raining) – Well, at least she’s
feeling herself again. She’s got better
at magic as well. (laughs) – Actually, her spell missed. – But the fountain. – That was me, I put my foot
on the hose so it’d explode with a giant rush of
chocolate when I let go. – So what happened to
Malice’s spell then? – I have no idea. (explodes) – All giant chocolate
eggs filled with, Ha, you’ll never guess
what they were filled with. Chocolate, yeah chocolate. – Oh, those princesses, are
just so happy with themselves. Well I have a plan
to make sure this so-called picnic is
a complete washout. He he he. – And at another point, I actually did turn
into chocolate egg. Oh, it was so funny. (squeaks) (dings) (roars) – There, finished. Now, let’s see what you can do. (beeping) (whirring) – Yes, come on. (whirring) (pops) – Oh, well, that’s not right. Hmmm, I wonder if.. (splat) Huh? (splat) Hmmm. (whirring) – Oh dear. Right. Let’s try that again. (ding) (whirring) (playful music) (claps) That should do it. (beeping) (whirring) Mwahahahaha. – Which is why I am
absolutely certain that the correct number of
dinners is actually two, maybe even three. It just makes perfect
sense in every way. You have one dinner to warm
up with, a second dinner for the main, and then a
third dinner for the dessert. (yelling) – Hang on, is it me, or did
it just get a little chilly? (yelling) (evil music) – Right, time to fix
this useless machine
once and for all. (clattering) (thunders) (roaring) (relaxing music) (sighs) – This is the life. – You said it, Olivia. – Who would have thought
you could sunbathe in the middle of a
storm, eh Malice? (thunders) (groans) (laughs) – Cheers, princesses. – [All] Cheers. (playful music)

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