The King is highly disappointed with his foreign minister, who has no flair for the grand lies that will keep up appearances with the other kings of the land. So, the King decides to hold a lying contest to find a replacement. Meanwhile, Peter Piper, from a place called Poppycock with a pittance of a population, has decided to seek his fortune. He’s a pauper, you know. In order to perform a good deed for an unusual woman he meets, he must find (among other things) a flower that blooms when a yeti hits puberty, a newborn lamb with two clefts in its right front hoof, and an answer to a riddle for a leprechaun. All we can say is that truth is sometimes better than lies.