The Fisherman and His Wife
Updated: 5/8/2020
The Fisherman and  His Wife

Storyboard Text

  • If you were going to release the enchanted fish, you should have at least asked for a cottage to live in. Now go tell the fish I want a cottage.
  • My wife wants what I don't. She wants a cottage.
  • Go home. She has it already.
  • Go home. She already has it.
  • My wife wants what I don't. She wants a castle.
  • This cottage is too small. You should go back and ask for a castle.
  • Go tell the fish I want to be king.
  • I don't want to ask the fish for more. It isn't right.
  • I am the Pope now, but if I can't control the sun and moon, I will never be able to rest. Go tell the fish.
  • I don't want to ask the fish for more. It isn't the right thing to do.
  • Go home. You will find her at the old hovel.
  • Now my wife wants to control the moon and stars.
  • The moral of the story is that if you can't be satisfied with what you have, you will never be satisfied with anything you get.