128 BC. Pot Belly and the younger Cleopatra re-invade Egypt, banishing Cleopatra the mother to Syria, where her daughter Cleopatra Thea is maintaining the best family traditions of remorseless feuding. Meanwhile, Pot Belly announces a sudden change of character - henceforth he is to be known as "Pot Belly the Benign." The results are startling.
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And King Grypus and his queen, Cleopatra Tryphaena, your great-great-aunt, lived happily...
...Happily ever after?
I was going to say, lived happily for a time.