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Madhulk
Sheridan: The Crown is surrounded by outlaws,

where outlaws fear to tread. First of all why the crown is with a capital letter.

Is that the actual crown or is it the king? And second - he says there are

a lot of outlaws near it but in the same time he denies it in the second part.

How come?


Some people have a habit of Capitalising Important Words, so it's conceivable that it might refer to the physical object (it might have been stolen, say). But it seems much more likely to me that it stands for the king, or for the instutition of the monarchy generally. (Another theoretical possibility is that "The Crown" has some special meaning in the context, say as a placename, but this doesn't seem at all likely in context.)

The next bit of wordplay is somewhat difficult to interpret. I read it as meaning that the Crown is surrounded by outlaws, but it's very dangerous so even these outlaws are fearful.
MadhulkWell, if you're happy with the Prince then...Satisfied with him?
Yes, satisfied that he has the relevant desirable quality(ies).
Madhulk
what problems can I possibly have? He agrees with him?

He's trusting that if the other person is happy with the prince then nothing will go wrong; nothing bad will happen. (It's possible that this is meant ironically -- i.e. it's likely that things will go wrong -- but one can't tell just from a fragment of written script.)
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where outlaws fear to tread.

The allusion is to a line in Alexander Pope's An Essay on Criticism: "For fools rush in where angels fear to tread". Angels, even with their divine support, are careful where they go.

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Thanks, guys! About the crown wordplay The Crown is surrounded
by outlaws, where outlaws fear to tread. It turned out the
crown was hidden in the dungeons.Emotion: smile
Madhulk
It turned out the

crown was hidden in the dungeons.


Aha!
That makes perfectly good sense.

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