it is king kamehameha. king kamehameha has come back. it is a miracle. rise. what do you wish of us, oh, mighty one? tonight, we conquer hawaii. i sure wish i knew where the king was right now. i'll tell you where he is, roger. he's up at the pali contemplating his own victory. oh, you don't think he's serious about that-- that invasion business, do you? [bird calling] [making bird calls] [making bird calls] [people chattering] roger: ah, look what we have here. tony: oh. thank you. ah, thank you. mine's a little rare, why don't we go up to my room and cook it? [speaks indistinctly] roger: wow, are they beautiful. whoo! are you enjoying yourselves, gentlemen? tony: oh, yes, sir, thank you very much. i'm looking forward to a quiet and restful evening. [bird calls] tony: boy, i'd like another rib. mine's a little rare. why don't we go-- jeannie, what are you doing here? this is my first luau. oh, really? oh, you'll love it. there's a lot of great food and good music. she can't stay. you'll hate it. the music's bad and the food's bad. oh, i'm going to stay. no, y
"kamehameha nui was the most--" i thought we were talking about king kamehameha. oh, yeah. well, uh, nui means "the great" in hawaiian. it says here, "over 200 years ago, "he defended these islands against the invaders and drove them over the pali." i sure would have liked to have met him. i did say i wish i could have met him, didn't i? yes, master.
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