With the knights broken, Hank reveals his schools, mines, and factories in the kingdom.
He renews his challenge to take on any number of knights with just himself and fifty assistants.
Three years pass with no major challenges for Hank. Slavery ends, new inventions flood the land, and Hank even plans to send out a ship and "discover America." Nothing can possibly go wrong, right? Nothing.
Hank plans to overthrow the Catholic Church and establish a variety of Protestant ones to replace it, and he also intends to establish a voting democracy once Arthur dies. Clarence disagrees, feeling that a constitutional monarchy would be better.
In the interim, Hank has married Sandy and they have a daughter named Hello-Central. Lucky kid.
Sandy interrupts Hank's work with news that Hello-Central is sick, so he sends for doctors, and he and Sir Launcelot prepare medicine for her.
The doctors recommend rest by the sea for the girl, so they set sail for France.
While there, Hank devises a new diversion for the knights: baseball. He draws up teams, using Arthur and the rulers of various little kingdoms as players.