Blondie's MirrorCast show is being streamed widely in the school.
Everyone at school is buzzing about the Royal Student Council elections, but there's only one choice for President! She's running unopposed - again: Apple White.
[Apple enters.] Blondie, just because I don't have an opponent doesn't mean I'm not going to work my crown off. I'll use my debate time to outline my plan for royal dances, royal fundraisers, royal canned food drives, royal...—[She uses her fingers to count the endless events.]
Raven and Maddie are sitting together on the steps watching the MirrorCast.
Royal bleh, and royal blah, and royal nah-nah-nah! Wouldn't it be great if someone else—
I'll do it! I will run against Apple for President!
Ah... What now?
Maddie is handing pins out for her campaigning as the president.
Vote for Maddie! Vote for me!
[Squealing in fright.]
Hats over crowns! Vote for Maddie!
[Dexter steps in.] Oh... ah hey, Raven! Uh...
Maddie appears in between Raven and Dexter.
Dexter! Vote for ME! [She plants a pin hard on his chest.]
Ow! I mean, ow boy! [Holds his pin on his throbbing chest.] Thanks so much for that pin-ahahah. [Runs off.]
In the charmitorium, it is the day of the elections.
So here we go, fellow fairy tales! The Ever After High Royal Student Council debate! First question goes to Apple White: Why would anyone not vote for you?
Let me just say, I will preside over this school like I will my future kingdom - perfectly!
Royals cheer for Apple, leaving the Rebels annoyed.
And Maddie, my question for you is: Why would you run against Apple? Are you hm-he-he... mad?
Why yes, and thank you for noticing. If the squirrel eats acorns but never a steak, how much water fills up the lake?
Madeline's remark confuses the Royals, but the Rebels cheer.
[Stands up.] Excuse me?
You heard us!
Apple's been President long enough!
The Royals and Rebels start bickering.
[Annoyed.] Quiet! [She slams her podium as her microphone echoes around the room. She continues on happily.] I have a tea-rrific idea! [Earl Grey squeaks in unison.]
It'd just be oh-so-swell if the Council could have the castle doors widened for the not-so-tiny of us.
I think we could make that happen, but I need to check with my co-president. [Gestures to Madeline sitting next to her.]
For the cave of the bear is open soooo wide, would you really change the pull of the tide? [Giggling.]