Good Luck questioned the king about the condition of his crown; he explains the significance of it. King Will then replies that it is not the crown on his head, but the one on his tooth. He also exaggerates how cracked it is.
"You broke your crown?" questioned Good Luck, "How can it be fixed, it has been worn by family members for years?"
"No, the crown on my tooth, it is in more cracks than the San Andés Fault!" cried King Will.
The king exits the dentistry in impressment as the fix was less vapid than he would have expected.
"Wow, I was in and out of the dentistry; meanwhile, it usually takes a day to leave there because they work vapidly!" exclaimed King Will,
"And it just so happens to be on Friday the 13th!"
King Will encroaches on his mighty castle and tells Good and Bad Luck he is home; meanwhile, he slips and falls on a puddle next to golden coins.
"Hello Good and Bad Luck!" yelled the king, "I am back from the dent-!"