The Commodore receives advice from one of his lawyers on how to save his crumbling empire, the fall due to the many family scandals, from his affair with Celine and fathering her yet unborn child, to Dodo's morphine addiction, to banished Lillian and Beatrice's media fueled infamy as the pigs, their whereabouts which are currently unknown. With Hortense nixing a plan specifically related to her, the Commodore decides on Plan B, which requires not only finding Lillian and Beatrice, and buying off Victor and Albert, but also receiving a favor from a person of authority across the ocean. Meanwhile, Lillian and Beatrice have enjoyed their proverbial fifteen minutes (in actuality, two weeks) of fame, but have since faded back into obscurity to their and Penelope's dismay, she who has housed them since their banishment. They meet someone who has managed to be famous for quite a while and want to learn her secret, namely Harriet Tubman. For a price, Harriet agrees to help them "brand" ...
Did You Know?
The character Harriet Tubman mentions that she's so successful at what she does that one day she'll be on money. On April 20, 2016, U.S. Treasury Secretary announced plans to add Tubman to the front of the $20 bill. See more