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Princess 

Cara, Zedd and Richard get comical make-overs in an entertaining bid to save Kahlan from an egotistical King, who has converted all of his subjects, including his wife, to his own personal vision of "all that is Right and Good".

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Kahlan Amnell
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Cara Mason
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The Margrave
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Sister Nicci (as Emily Foxler)
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Darken Rahl
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Herald
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Duchess Drucilla (as Rachael Blampied)
Lucy Schmidt ...
Millicent
Gilda Proietti ...
Arla
Clayton Carrick-Leslie ...
Jailer
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Sister Merissa
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Shadrin
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Cara, Zedd and Richard get comical make-overs in an entertaining bid to save Kahlan from an egotistical King, who has converted all of his subjects, including his wife, to his own personal vision of "all that is Right and Good".

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Wonderfully placed intermezzo
20 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

Second season started with a BANG, and felt dark in overall - much, much darker than the 1st Season. The "darkness" atmosphere continued non-stop right up to episode 10, it's almost tiring to watch (even more when you see it on DVD in a marathon like me). Last episode "Torn" was somewhat 'light' and thought provoking, a nice change of pace. But "Princess" was truly felt as a breathe of fresh air after a continuity of a tiring, non-stop full action. It was a much needed intermezzo! Cara has been my favorite character and in this episode she stole the screen away from both Richard and Zedd with her mighty interpretation of a 'Mord-Sith going Princess' style.

This episode serves no purpose at all to the overall plot, but this was by far the most entertaining episode out of all the 2nd Season. Zedd's creepiness had increased tenfold, Richard's cuteness was up twice, and Cara's level of awesomeness was just... well, the same, really. Because she's always awesome in every episode.

Believe me, I lol'd more in this episode than all the first season combined.


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