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Captain Braid Beard and his pirate crew come to North Beach to recruit young Jeremy Jacob - a good digger - to help them find the perfect spot to bury the treasure and become a pirate!
Becoming a member of the pirate crew requires a familiarity with the ship, the pirate code, and - of course - learning to "talk like a pirate!"
Princess Rapunzel is singing from the tower about her greatest wishes and dreams.
Sitting in Edgar's hair stylist's chair, the evil Lady Za Za reflects on her life being "only second in line to the throne!"
Cinderella dreams of a life where someone cares for her.
Snow White is excited to attend her first royal ball!
Guinivere and Arthur meet for the first time - and she asks him what he would do if - indeed - he were to become the King of all England.
As they journey to the sword in the stone, the young Merlin tutors an equally young Arthur in the ways of magic and life.
The rotund Captain Braid Beard comes face-to-face woth jolly old Santa and - it's uncanny - almost like they're looking in a mirror!
The French Chef/Pirate Pierre describes to young Jeremy Jacob how to make "zee perfect Christmas coookiee."
Anne is mistakenly sent to live at a new home - and the kindly Matthew Cuthbert hasn't the heart to tell her she was supposed to be a boy!
Matthew's crusty sister Marilla wants to send Anne back to the orphanage - but during an encounter that seems to be "Positively Providential" - Marilla changes her mind.
On the way home from his counting house on that fateful Christmas Eve, Ebenezer encounters a group of street urchins who both taunt and fear the "ole' geezer!"
When her father announces that the entire Beecher family will be moving West, young Harriet Beecher Stowe muses on what she might find as they follow the river.
After visiting a Kentucky plantation and witnessing a slave auction, Harriet takes up her pen and begins writing her story about Uncle Tom and Eliza and wonders "Are They Real?"
The finale of the show - the ensemble wonders what all the issues of their marriages really amount to after all - good or bad - should we stay or should we go?
A wise Aunt Bess tells her young niece and nephew that - despite what looks gloomy - every day is full of surprises and anything can happen!
At the end of a rough day, a kind Mom sings her son to sleep and assures him that he has nothing to worry about.
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