Lilliana’s Teleportation Door 🏰 Kiddyzuzaa Land Season 2: Episode 8

Lilliana’s Teleportation Door 🏰 Kiddyzuzaa Land Season 2: Episode 8


– [Kids] Kiddyzuzaa. (lively cheerful music) – Huh? (dramatic music) (banging) Lilliana. – Olivia. It worked. – What worked? What on earth is that thing? – This, Olivia, is a teleport. Your hair looks nice today. – Thanks. – Um, anyway. This is a teleporting door. – Ooh. – It can teleport me
straight to my lab, so I can access it on the go. – Amazing! Can we try it out? – Of course. (beeping) Okay. Ready? – Ready. – Oh, just one quick
thing before we go. – Yes? – You have a fruit
basket on your head. (dramatic music) (laughing) (banging) Now, it’s not quite finished. It still needs the
finishing touch. – And what’s that? – [Olivia] A doorbell. (upbeat music) – Why do I recognise that tune? – Well, that’s enough of that. Come on, let’s go
show the others. Esme’s treehouse. (drumbeats pounding) (laughing) (banging) (triumphant music) – That’s what I
think of you cake. – The no-cake diet
going well, Esme? (giggling) – It sure is, Olivia. Just fruits and
vegetables for me. Wait. Hang on. How did you guys get here? – With this, my new
teleporting door. – No way. – Yes way. Try it out. Type in Isabella’s house. The Cake Factory. – Oops. (giggles) Slip of the finger. (banging) Isabella! – Princesses. Okay. I appreciate the gesture, but I’ve actually
already got a front door. – Oh, this is my new
teleportation machine. – Ooh. – Cool, eh. – Such nice panelling. – Ah, I guess. Well anyway, it can teleport
you wherever you want. Just type the destination
into this keyboard. – Wow! Be careful Malice doesn’t
find out about this. – Huh? – Isabella’s right. If Malice gets her
hands on this machine who knows what
she’ll do with it. – Oh, don’t worry. It’s not like she’s
spying on us or anything, (giggling) Right. Where shall we go to next? (beeping) – What’s that’s noise? (beeping) – Oh oh. (banging) (swirling) This isn’t good. (banging) (evil laugh) – Excellent work, Timothy. Think of what mischief we
can get up to with this. (banging) (gasping) (banging) (boinking) (evil laugh) (dog barking)
(banging) (screaming) (banging) (splashing) (evil laugh) – Right princesses, time
to reclaim what’s ours. – That’s odd. She’s left her door wide open. – Malice, the game’s up. Give me back my door. – Of course, you can
have it back, Lilliana, if you can guess
the correct one. (gasping) You have one guess. – Ah. Ah. Oh. I don’t know. – Come on, Lilliana. You can do this. – None of them ring any bells. – Bells? Bells, of course. Isabella, you’re a genius. (upbeat music) – Huh? – There it is. – We did it. – Oh no, you don’t. – Come on, let’s get
this thing out of here. (door slamming) (grunting) – Oh, oh. (crashing) (splashing) Princesses! (triumphant music) – There. Oh, I can’t wait to
show the princesses. (dramatic music) Princesses, guess
what I just invented. – Oh, what is it? (splashing) – I just made myself a– – Behold my newest invention,
the cloning machine. (dramatic music) – But hey, that’s my– – Wow, that’s so cool. – Wow, awesome. – I can’t believe it. (playful music) (gasping) – Where did you get
the idea, Malice? – Well, I just thought
one of me is great, so several of mes
would be really great. – So Malice, why don’t
you show us how it works? – Oh, uh, sure. So you just do this and
press that, and then. (beeping) (dramatic music) Ah. (zapping) (scratching) Clone Malice, there’s
laundry to do. – Yes Malice, right away. – Wow Malice, you’re a genius. – Whoa. – I wonder if we
can clone chocolate. (dramatic music) (splashing) (playful music) (slurping) – Hey! Down in front. – Malice, how could you? You stole my invention. – I didn’t do
anything of the sort. (slurping) (dramatic music) – I’ve got to find a way to
prove that it was my invention. Ah ha. (fast paced music) (squeaking) – Princesses, I built the
cloning machine, not Malice. – Sure you did, Lilliana,
that’s why there’s a lot of Malice clones and
no Lilliana clones. – I thought you might say that. This will take us back in time, so you can see for yourself
that Malice stole it. – All right, let’s go. – Yeah. – Why not just stay
here and have fun? (fast paced music) – Ah ha, see. She stole my invention. – Another Malice, wow, I
didn’t even turn it on yet. (dramatic music) – Malice, I think as punishment you should do my
wash for a week. – Uh, fine. I guess it’s not that bad. (playful music) (clicking) Lilliana, please no. Just, uh. Ready Timothy? Good evening residents
of Kiddyzuzaa Land. I’m Malice, the most
powerful witch around, but of course you will
know that already. As I am so powerful that quite frankly it’s boring.
– Wait, Esme, what’s this? – I have decided to change
this awful green forest to a more appropriate
colour, purple. (gasping) Behold, the purplifier 3000. (evil laugh) – Well, that’s not too bad. – Oh, and also by
turning the forest purple the trees will all rot. (dramatic music)
(gasping) – Come on, princesses,
we have to stop her. – Oh, and also I’ve built
a giant and beastful maze around my tower, so no one
can foil my genius plan. Let’s see. Turn forest purple,
all the trees rotten, giant awesome maze,
yep, that’s it. (evil laugh) – Okay, game plan. Lilliana, keep an
eye out for trouble. Have you got your
slime launcher. (triumphant music) Isabella, have you got your
magic direction seeking mirror? And Esme have you got your? (screaming) Okay, break. (playful music) (zapping) (evil laugh) – Everything is going to plan. (fast paced music) (evil laugh) – You have arrived at
the first challenge. Answer this question
if you wish to pass. Raisins, currants and
sultanas are all dried forms of which fruit? – Got any idea, Lilliana? – I don’t know. – Oh no, what are
we going to do? – That’s easy. Grapes. Ooh. – Wait, Esme, it
could be a trap. (dramatic music) (evil laugh) – [Malice] Silly princesses. – Oops. – Don’t worry,
princesses, I’ve got this. (triumphant music) – Great thinking with that
flame speller, Olivia. – Yeah, flame spell. (evil laugh) – Time for round two. What colour do you get when
you mix these two potions? – Oh, I know this it’s– – Wait. This is Malice
we’re talking about. Purple? (grunting) – Fine. Go ahead, princesses. (door clanking) – I wonder which
way we should go. – This way. (fast paced music) (evil laugh) – You have reached the final
and most difficult challenge, get through this door. – Wait, that’s it. – Well, the door’s really
hard to get through. Okay? – Okay, game plan. (screaming) – One day that’s going to work. – Anyway, how are we
going to get through? – Don’t worry, I’ve got this. – Pin do your thing. (triumphant music) – Ah ha, Kiddyzuzaa
Land is safe. – Esme, that’s just
the light switch. (dramatic music) – And now for the main event. (dramatic music) (clicking) (banging) (dramatic music) (splashing) (grunting) – Phew! – Well, that was weird. – Yeah, what’s up with Malice? – Oh, I was talking about that
dog riding a hot air balloon. (arcade music) But yeah, Malice
didn’t seem herself. Normally, she’s at
least manage an insult. – Princesse, got no shoes. – Esme, what are you looking at? – Sorry. Just remember 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 my hand, but it’s still here. (triumphant music) – 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. (dramatic music) – Seriously guys, what
are you looking at? – Nothing. It just helps when you’re
remembering things. – Scientifically proven. Try it. (triumphant music) (clanking) (grunting) – Phew! (triumphant music) (grunting) (dramatic music) (sighing) (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 with her to find out what’s wrong. – Great idea. Not me though. – Yeah, me neither. (triumphant music) – Well, I’m definitely
not doing it. (triumphant music) So, what’s wrong then 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. (laughing) – 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 can
fly one of these bad boys. – I use that to sweep up. – Um. 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 eternally
smell like a bat. – 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. (triumphant music) 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? (splashing) Malice is back, princesses. (dramatic music) – Well, at least she’s
feeling herself again. She’s got better
at magic as well. (laughing) – Actually, her spell missed. – But the fountain? – That was me. I put my foot on the hose, so it exploded with a
giant burst of chocolate while I let go. – So what happened to
Malice’s spell then? – I have no idea. (dramatic music) (sighing) (playful music)

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