Edmund Blackadder is amused to learn that his Scottish cousin McAdder has arrived in London, once again determined to wreak havoc and break hearts. Meanwhile, the Prince Regent has seduced some relatives of the Duke of Wellington, who is back from his military campaign in Europe and keen to defend the honor of his young female relatives. Written by
Did You Know?
When Prince George talks about a large eagle circling the room and Duncan's horses turning and eating each other, it is a reference to Macbeth. See more
The Prince refers to the story 'The Prince and the Pauper' which was written by Mark Twain
in the 1880s, 60 years after the end of the Regency. See more
King George III
Some people say I'm mad, and say the word "penguin" after each sentence. But I believe that we two can make Britain great, with you as the Prince Regent, and I as King Penguin.