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Excuuuuuuse me, princess. Does that phrase ring any bells? Speaking of bells, remember the Christmas movie, It’s A Wonderful Life? The part at the end where the little girl tells her father that everytime a bell rings an angel gets it’s wings. Well, Nintendo thought that maybe everytime Link says, “Excuse me, princess,” kids would ask their parents for a new video game. Yep, and it worked. Or at least that’s my theory.
I know we’re going a little retro here, but kids still play a ton of Legend of Zelda. It’s like the Police Academy movies of video games. Minus the dude who makes all the beeps, creeps, and sweeps noises (Yes, I know that’s from Spaceballs, relax). Since, you tortured your parents by watching this show every Saturday morning, you might as well keep the tradition going and torture your kids. Especially, if you are already waking them up for the Captain N power hour. Basically, Link and the Princess have to save Hyrule from the evil wizard, Ganon. For some reason, they completely fail at destroying Ganon for good.
Pro-tip: The “Excuse me, princess” phrase is a parody of Steve Martin’s stand up bit.