Mystery of the Royal Wedding
Mister T: The Animated Series
Episode Mystery of the Royal Wedding
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Previous Episode Mystery of the Talk Show
Next Episode The Mysterious Town (series), Mister T: Mystery of the Missing Child (movie)
Mystery of the Royal Wedding is the seventy-seventh episode of Mister T: The Animated Series. It is inspired by Entertainment Tonight and the wedding of Prince Charles and Princes Diana and guest stars former Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart.

Premise Edit

Entertainment Tonight is covering a wedding between the Crown Prince of a country and a noblewoman in that same country. Mr. T and the team investigate when they uncover a plot to sabotage the wedding. With help from former Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart, can they stop the saboteurs?

Plot Edit

In the introduction sequence, Mr. T and the team appear on Entertainment Tonight where they are being interviewed by Kevin Frazier, who is the host of the show. Mr. T notes that you should not take an impending marriage for granted and the team starts talking about the Mystery of the Royal Wedding.

Mr. T and the team are in Mankovia for the wedding of Prince Edward, the Crown Prince of Mankovia, and his bride Karen, a member of a family of nobles, who is a friend and a former member of the team. The whole thing is being covered on Entertainment Tonight. They are greeted by its former host Mary Hart who is on vacation. That night, a giant statue seems to come to life and threatens the wedding. Mr. T wants to call Mystery, Inc. for help, but they are busy solving a mystery with Jonny Quest. So they end up doing the investigation. At first, Robin suspects Karen because she is nervous about the marriage which is on international television. Vince does not think so. Another suspect is soon uncovered. He is Lord Hagenthal, a Mankovian nobleman. Jeff and Kim discover that he is a controversial figure in the Mankovian Parliament. Woody suspects that Lord Hagenthal might be behind the attack. Mr. T and the team with Mary's help sneaks in and discover a conspiracy to sabotage the wedding, massacre the Mankovian Royal Family, and take over the country. The next day, Mr. T and the team show up just in time to stop Lord Hagenthal and his henchmen. A riot breaks out, and Lord Hagenthal escapes in the "living statue", which is really a robotic exoskeleton. While Mary Hart gets the police, Mr. T and the team chase Lord Hagenthal. Using a fire hose, they catch Lord Hagenthal. Mr. T and the team are thanked by the Mankovian Royal Family who present them with an award.

In the closing sequence, Mr. T explains that Lord Hagenthal was eventually convicted and given the death penalty. His execution had just happened. He and the team then turn to the camera and point out that if a person is getting married, it is best not to take that upcoming marriage for granted because there might be some problems.

Cast and Characters Edit

Actor Character
Mr. T Himself
Tia Carrere Priscilla Bisby
Grey DeLisle Robin O'Neill
Frank Welker Jeff Harris
Brenda Song Kim Nakamura
Corbin Bleu Woody Daniels
Reese Hartwig Spike O'Neill
Matthew Lillard Vince d'Amato
Mary Hart Herself
Kevin Frazier Himself
Jim Cummings Prince Edward
Amy Jo Johnson Princess Karen
Kevin Michael Richardson Lord Hagenthal

Suspects Edit

Suspect Motive
Princess Karen She is nervous about getting married.
Lord Hagenthal He is a controversial figure in Mankovian politics.

Culprits Edit

Culprit Motive
Lord Hagenthal He did not the marriage to succeed because it threatened his plans to take over the country.

Songs Edit

Song Credits Performed by
You Give Love a Bad Name Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, and Desmond Child Bon Jovi

Locations Edit

  • Mankovia

Trivia Edit

  • This episode was one of a handful of episodes of Mister T: The Animated Series that generated controversy for its content.
  • Although Mary Hart was the guest star, Kevin Frazier also appeared as himself in this episode. He only appears in the opening and closing scenes.
  • This is one of the few times when the show that inspired the episode appeared in the episode itself.