|“||I am more than okay! I am fabulous!||”|
A books appears entitled "Lo! A Tale of Princesses and Dragons," with Barbara serenading the origins of the fair in the background. Kara interrupts her as she was annoyed from her fancy singing. Jess and Karen come in, as Jess tells that Zee and Diana are running late. At the fair, Kara decides to order some turkey wings from a stall owned by Ember. Ember suddenly follows a girl who was dressed up as a princess. As she was about to eat her, Kara calls her for a second batch. As Kara left, Ember tells to herself that she is dying to eat a real princess when she saw Zee wearing a very beautiful dress. Zee tells Diana that she doesn't look like a princess, though Diana really is a princess, ironically speaking. Diana states that a princess is much more than just clothes but rather being responsible and acting as a leader.
Diana criticizes that the fair isn't authentic as it should be, but chooses to go along with the others, being prompted by Babs. Babs sees some weapons and a sword located at a blacksmith tent, claiming it is authentic, but Diana disagrees. She then tries to make the sword sharper, which she did. But as she spins the sword, it cuts through a rope, causing the side of the tent to fall over Ember. The episode shifts to Falconer where he attempts to impress a small crowd with his pet, Lady Hawk. However, Diana interferes with his act, saying that he is a fool and that his hawk doesn't follow him. She tells Lady Hawk to flee, causing Falconer to be upset. Below Zee, Ember tries to grab her until Lady Hawk comes right back at her. Zee blames her for ruining the act.
They went to the mud pit, as Zee becomes disgusted about it. Diana tells that there is also pig filth in it, threatening Zee and her dress. When a small bit of mud stains her dress, she freaks out, dropping Ember into the pit in the process. Afterward, the girls are watching a jousting event, in the stands (with Kara looking rather bloated). Zee uses her magic to remove the stain, surprising Karen which she tells her not to use it in public. The announcer tells that the contestants shall be fighting for a maiden. Zee becomes delighted to be one, which makes the contestants to admire her and fight for her attention. Yet again, Diana criticizes the way they fought, making Zee to lose her temper. As one of them throws a pink rose to her, instead Diana catches it, saying that it was her reflexes. All of this made Zee angry and tells Diana that she just wanted to be a princess for a day, since the latter is a princess for 317 years. Unfortunately, they part ways as Zee begins to privately mock Diana's criticism in a corner. But she becomes sad as she just wanted to be a princess for a day. However, Ember takes advantage as she corners her in the form of a dragon. Zee becomes scared as she was about to scream, but Part 1 had already ended.
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- Kimberly Brooks as Karen Beecher/Bumblebee
- Keith Ferguson as Falconer, Announcer
- Grey Griffin as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman
- Amanda C. Miller as Ember
- Tara Strong as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl
- Nicole Sullivan as Kara Danvers/Supergirl
- Myrna Velasco as Jessica Cruz/Green Lantern
- Kari Wahlgren as Zee Zatara/Zatanna
- A Tale of Bold
- The girls wore some medieval costumes that resembled the following people:
- Batgirl - Bard
- Wonder Woman - Themyscirean Princess; Medieval Knight (in Part 2)
- Jessica Cruz - Elven Ranger
- Zatanna - Princess
- Bumblebee - Fairy Princess
- Supergirl - Viking (in Part 2)
- This episode, along with "Fantastic Beasts and How To Mind Them" and other episodes, was featured in a TV commercial called Wonder Sundays for Cartoon Network US.
- This is the last episode aired in 2020.
- This is also aired after Christmas in the US.
- This episode premiered on Canadian television on a Friday, December 18, 2021 instead of regular Sunday premieres.
- The title of the episode is a reference to the 1990 NBC sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
- Additionally, Diana's costume resembles that of Hippolyta's outfit.
- Also, Jess's elven ranger outfit shares similarities to Robin Hood's costume.
- Bumblebee's appearance somehow resembles to Tinkerbell from the 1904 play, Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie
- The falconer calls his falcon "Lady Hawk", in reference to the 1985 film, Ladyhawke.
- When Ember unleashes all her power, growing into a bigger dragon, this could be a reference to Maleficent in the 1959 film, Sleeping Beauty.
- During the battle, Jess surfs on a shield while simultaneously shooting arrows, imitating Legolas in the film of The Two Towers.
- This is the second time in the series that Zee was gagged; the first was in "Ally Cat."
- This is the sixth half-hour special in the series. The first five were "DC Super Hero Boys", "Frenemies", "Soul Sisters", "Ally Cat", and "League Of Shadows."
- These are the ninth and tenth episodes that were animated by Boulder Media, since this is a two-parter episode. The previous episodes were "Ally Cat," "All About Zee," "League Of Shadows," "It's Complicated," "The Bird and the Bee," "Fantastic Beasts and How To Mind Them" and "School Ghoul."
- In Part 1, When Diana is walking in the other direction of the bleachers, she is shown to wear flats but before the fair, Diana is seen wearing sandals instead.
- In Part 2, there were some scenes where Jess's eyes appear to be glowing green. However, in the majority of both episodes, her eyes are brown even if she was glowing anyway. Some of these scenes include:
- When she was shooting arrows towards the water tank; and
- When she was saving Zatanna at the tower.
- In Part 2, some scenes had Jess’s hair with her brown streaks. Strangely, in others her hair had her green streaks.
- In Part 1, some scenes had Jess with her earrings. Strangely, in others She appears without them.
- In Part 1, Kara's overindulgence on turkey legs left her lethargic and fat. By the beginning of Part 2, she returned to normal with no explanation.
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