Tony wishes he had met King Kamehameha, who defended the Islands from invasion 200 years before. Jeannie blinks and the King, in full regalia, pops in. Tony feels the King will be impressed by the Islands' progress, but finds him dismayed by all the changes. They find him in a shop, angrily smashing plastic souvenirs, which Tony is forced to pay for. When he sees a fountain, the King thinks the rain is falling up and demonstrates a rain dance. He forces Tony and Roger to join him, where Dr. Bellows sees them. To please the King, Jeannie makes it rain. Impressed, Dr. Bellows wants to send the native fellow to Washington to show his rain making power. The King breaks loose again. After being caught in traffic, he decides to raise an army to free Hawaii.