With Alex and Philthy away on a skiing trip, Cleo - already feeling intensely sorry for herself - enters the Cyber Museum alone. There to investigate an African elephant box, she finds herself conversing with a shape-shifting snake who tells her she's part of a story. In this story (a fable on looking at life) a father dies, bestowing all his worldly goods to his son but his blessing to his daughter Radhi (Cleo). Who will ultimately be the happier for it? Written by
Did You Know?
"Cooling of the tongs is not the end of the forging."
You have a million of those, don't you? "Cooling of the tongs" - what does THAT mean?
When one story ends, where does the next one begin?
References The Lion King