GIANT APPLE PIE 🏰 Kiddyzuzaa Land: Episode 7 🏰 Princess Olivia Meets A Talking Giant Surprise Egg!

– [Kid] Kiddyzuzaa. – Ah. – Uh. – Ah. (playful music) Ewe. (screaming)
(fast paced music) Was that meant to happen? – No, it was meant to turn
into a delicious apple pie. – [Lilliana] Apple pie, you say? – [Olivia] Lilliana. – At your service. – Lilliana, we really need your help. I tried to use my wand to
turn my apple into a pie, but it completely malfunctioned. – You don’t need magic to make apple pie. – I do. – Nonsense. Wait here. I’m going to build you
a machine that will make the best apple pie you’ve ever tasted. – Right. Well Esme, that means it’s down to us to get to the bottom of this. (dramatic music) – Well, it’s a pretty big apple, Olivia, but I’ll do my best. – Not the apple, Esme. We’ve got to get to the bottom of why my magic isn’t working. – Right, of course. Whoa. – Ah, come on Esme to the palace. (playful music) There’s got
to be something in this. Let’s see. The origin of chocolate fountains. No. Cheese string theory. No. The Malice palace paradigm. No. – Hang on, Olivia. Look at this. – What to do if your
magic wands stops working. This is perfect. To get your wand’s magical powers back you must pay a visit to Mr.Zuzaa. – Who’s Mr.Zuzaa? – The source of all the magic
in Kiddyzuzaa land apparently. He lives at the top of Mount Zuzaa. – Mount Zuzaa, how do we get there? – First, you must cross
the great Zuzaan Gorge. (dramatic music)
(wind blowing) Oh. That was easy. Next, you must climb to the
top of the Mighty Zuzaan Oak. (dramatic music) (fast-paced music) Appreciate the view and
then climb back down again. Wait. What? Oh, that is actually pretty spectacular. – Hey look, there’s Lilliana. (playful music) – Right. One apple pie machine coming up. (tools screeching) – Next, simply follow
the signs to Mount Zuzaa. This way. (playful music) – Oh, do we have to? I had a really big lunch. – Come on, Esme. It won’t take is long. – Uh. Okay, this better be worth it. – Esme, look. Mr.Zuzaa
– Mr.Zuzaa. – Correct. It is I, Mr.Zuzza, the
source of all the magic in Kiddyzuzaa Land. – Mr.Zuzaa, thank goodness we found you. I really need your help. My magic wand just stopped working. – Say no more, Olivia. Say no more. – Aren’t you gonna fix my want? – No. I just wanted you to stop talking. – Oh. – Goodbye. – You mean, we came all the
way up here for nothing. – Hang on. – Yes. What? Wait. What are you doing? Get away from there. – Isabella. – Wait. This isn’t Isabella. It’s a robot. (hollow knock) Hang on. Lilliana. Lilliana, how could you? Wait, hang on. (hollow knocking) This is a robot as well. Right. I think this is the last one. Timothy. This one’s definitely not a robot. – I think someone has led
us on a wild goose chase. (dramatic music) – Ah ah ah. Those princesses are so gullible. Whilst they’re away looking for Mr.Zuzaa, I’ve got all the time in
the world to lace over my new tracks around
the stinky old palace. Let’s see. Prank number one, in the
Malice palace paradigm. What on earth is? Oh oh. (screaming) – And done. Just need an apple to test it with now. Huh. (screaming) – What’s going on here? – Ah, Olivia just in time. One delicious apple pie. (grunting) – You know what, I’m actually not hungry. – Speak for yourself. (screaming) (dramatic music) – Haha. Hahaha. Hahaha. (playful music) – Ah. (whooshing) Isabella, it’s okay. You’re not gonna get splashed
by the fountain, you know. – You can never be too careful, Olivia. Chocolate stains, you know. – Honestly, I’ve sunbathed
here a million times, and I’ve never been splashed
by the chocolate fountain. It just doesn’t happen. – You were saying. – What did that? (screaming)
(dramatic music) – It’s gone into the forest. What was that thing? – I have no idea, but I
know someone who will. – Oh, do we have to? – If it’s a weird forest creature coming into the Palace gardens, Isabella, I want to know what it is. Now, come on. – Fine. But if I get mucky I’m sending
you the dry cleaning bill. (dramatic music) – Come on, Isabella. – Ew, so gross. (playful music) – Esme. – Ah, 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? – Zuzaan stink bats. They’re pretty cool. – Uh. – I don’t think it was one
of them. It wasn’t flying. It was bouncing. – Um. A fluhdonk. Um, 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. (dramatic music) Uh, come on. Let’s get after it. (dramatic music) – What are those for? – You’ll see. (screaming) Right, the thing went this way. (popping) It has to be around here somewhere. – Okay, let’s split up and find it. Wand to the ready, princesses. (fast-paced music) (playful music) (gasping) – Oops, just my shadow. (playful music) – Ah, time for a break I think. (playful music) Huh, hello you. You cute little thing. You like raspberries. (dramatic music) (screaming) – Esme, you find anything? – No. You? – Nothing. Have you seen Isabella? (playful music) – Isabella. That’s it. – Esme, you scared it off. – Quickly princesses, after it. (dramatic music)
(bouncing) – 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 girls] All right. – Where are we? – Who’s that? Malice. – Where? – Wait, Lilliana. – Oh, (chuckles) hey princesses. Welcome to my new lab. (playful music) – Oh, there you are. – I see you’ve met one of my forgabbits. – Forgabbits, those aren’t real. – They are now, thanks to
my creature creator 3,000. 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 are still a few glitches. – Lilliana, what kind of glitches? – Oh, it just makes a few more versions of the creature that you want. – A few more. – Yeah, don’t worry about them. They’ll find as long as you
close the door on the way in. (gasping) (screaming) – Oh no. (screaming) – Woo hoo. (beeping) – No way. Eaten by the demon surprise egg again. Uh. Mr.Snuggles, who put this here? This isn’t funny anymore,
whoever keeps doing this. – Tell me again why we’re going for a nighttime walk in the woods. – Because it’s fun. – It’s not. It’s scary. (screaming) See. – 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? – Malice.
– [Esme] Malice. It looks like she’s just gone to sleep. Come on. – What do you mean come on? – Malice is asleep. Have you even been in her tower? – No, and I never plan to. (playful music) Uh, but I’m not going. I’m just gonna stay
here alone in the woods, the scary dark woods. (dramatic music) Esme, wait up. Uh, Esme what have you done? This place is a tip. – It was already like this. And shh. – What a mess. This place is disgusting. – This is weird, a school year book, our class as well. (playful music) Huh, I remember that gal. Alice. Alice something. – Why would Malice have
circled Alice in our yearbook? – I don’t know unless huh. – Malice is Alice.
Malice is Alice. – Hey, when did we learn to
communicate telepathically. – We didn’t. – So, we’re just talking
out loud in silly voices. – Let’s hope we didn’t wake 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! (playful music) – So, you’re saying Malice
used to be our classmate Alice, and then she turned evil. – Yes.
– Yes. – But what turned her evil? – Maybe it was something we did. – Can I have a go? – I don’t know Alice. It’s Mr.Snuggles turn next. – 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. (playful music) – 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 fault. 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? – Princesses, it’s simple. We’ll go around there and apologise. (playful)
(gasping) (gulping) (bell ringing) (screaming) (playful music) (screaming) (giggling) (screaming) (chuckling) (dramatic music) (playful music) – Lilliana, are you okay? – 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. (evil laugh) – 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. Uh, but it felt awful. Anyway, you princesses are
trespassing on evil property. Do I need to use my teddy canon again? – Yes. – I think it’s time. – Leave. – Lots to do. (playful music) – 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. (dramatic music) (grunting) Whoa. – Well, that was weird. – Yeah. What’s up with Malice? – Oh, I’m talking about that
dog riding a hot air balloon. (arcade music) But yeah, Malice didn’t seem herself. Normally, she’d at least manage an insult. – [Malice voiceover]
Princesses, good no shoes. – Esme, what are you looking at? – Sorry, just remembering Malice’s insult. – Hey guys. What’s up with Malice? – Hey Lilliana. We were just wondering the same thing. – Yeah. I thought she was gonna knock
my ice cream out of my hand, but it’s still here. – She’s being so unmalicy. Normally, she’d never miss
an opportunity to prank us, but recently, it’s like she doesn’t care. – I noticed that too. (playful music) – Seriously guys, what are you looking at? – Nothing. It just helps when you’re
remembering things. – Scientifically proven. Try it. (playful music) (grunting) – Phew. (drumbeat) (dramatic music) (grunting) – Phew. (grunting)
(dramatic music) – 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. – Well, I’m definitely not doing it. (playful music) So, what’s wrong there 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. (giggling) – 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 witches broomstick. Only a truly evil witch could
fly one of these bad boys. – I use that to sweep up. – Hum. Ah ha. A caldron. There’s even something
terrible brewing in there now. What’s this then? A potion to give whomever
drinks it feathers or dooms them to eternity
smell like a fox. – 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 retire, 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
around to do some gardening. Then, we’re going to loudly laugh about how bad she’s at being evil. But you never told us what happens next. – Yeah, Esme. – No time for that. Here she comes. Just follow my lead. (laughing) 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? (laughing) – Yeah, and I heard she
still sleeps with a teddy. (grunting) – I suck at being evil, eh. Well, how’s this for evil? (dramatic music) Malice is back, princesses. (dramatic music) – Well, at least she’s
feeling herself again. She’s gotten better at magic as well. – Actually, her spell missed. – But the fountain. (dramatic music) – That was me. I put my foot on the hose, so it exploded with a giant whoosh of
chocolate when I let go. – So, what happened to
Malice’s spell then? – I have no idea. (playful music) (upbeat music)

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