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: Why can't we remember our last names, Sue? Sue
: [in fear
] I don't know. Eddie
: If only we can find Mom and Dad... Sue
: Eddie, I can't even remember what they look like. Eddie
: Neither can I! Sue, where do we live? Do we live in a house? I can't picture it at all! Sue
: I can't remember! Eddie
: This is crazy! Sue
: Shh! People are staring.
[the people in the hotel restaurant stare at them
: There must be something wrong with our memories. I can remember what I did today. Eddie
: So can I. Sue
: I can remember our room number and that Nom and Dad are at a meeting. Eddie
: But those memories are wrong. Sue
: [loses it
] Eddie, I can't even remember yesterday or the day before that, can you? Eddie
] No! I can't! What's wrong with us?
: [getting taken away by the guards, to the peasant woman who told on them
] LIAR! Peasant Woman
: [showing regret
] I'm sorry, lass. I hope you can forgive me. But I dare not go against the Lord High Executioner. Sue
: [in a state of shock
: When I sent you far into the future, I gave you new memories, so that you could survive in a new and distant time. But the memories were not complete. Sue
: So that's why we couldn't remember our parents! But our parents... Morgred
: Your real parents - your only parents, the rightful king and queen - are dead. Eddie
: No! So... Morgred
: Your wicked uncle has named himself king, and he has ordered you to the tower to get you out of the way. Eddie
: But what are they going to do to us?
: [after she and Eddie become a prince and princess
] Now I remember. Eddie
: So do I. Morgred
: The spell has worn off. Eddie
: [holds out his hand in gratitude
] Good Morgred, I commend thee for thy valiant service to Susannah and me. Morgred
: I promised your parents to keep you from harm. Morgred
] And now... Sue
: Oh, do not despair. You did your best. Eddie
: We may be gone, but the idea of freedom lives on.
[Eddie points out a stonecarved writing on the wall, "Long Live Freedom"
: My brother, let us face the executioner's axe... with dignity.