Renbock warns Alcott that the Queen seems insane. Alcott brushes it off as all women getting crazy when a prince is around, and Renbock replies that there's a difference between "I'm in the same room as a prince" crazy and good, old-fashion psycho crazy.
As Alcott sends Renbock back to get guards, gold and clothes, Renbock echoes Snow's earlier demand ("only if you say please") from when she rescued them back in the woods. Alcott is a good sport about it and actually says please.
Brighton: You look fabulous, Your Majesty.
Queen: Fabulous? Brighton, I haven't even begun to get ready yet.
Brighton: Well, then, one can only imagine how fabulous-
Queen:[Covered in all manner of muck] I can feel you smiling.
Snow and Alcott's Dance of Romance includes Snow awkwardly saying how nice it is to see him dressed... up so nicely this time, and both of them agreeing that his rabbit getup for the costume party is ridiculous.
Snow revealing that she's "kind of the princess".
Alcott:What? You didn't tell me that!
Snow: Well you didn't tell me that you were a prince!
The prince shoving aside other dancers when they try to take his position with Snow, and when Snow mentions that she thought they were supposed to be switching partners, Alcott casually says that yes, he thinks they are, and carries on talking.
The Queen's taste in men's fashion is abhorrent, apparently. Renbock complains that the clothes she gave him made him look like a pink profiterole, Alcott and Snow agree that his rabbit costume at the ball makes him look like an idiot, and when dining with the Queen, Alcott exasperatedly rips off his overly frilly sleeves when they keep draping over his plate.
After the Queen tells Alcott that Snow is dead, she gives him a literal second to process it before launching into attempting a marriage proposal.
When heading out to fight the Beast alone, Snow locks Prince Alcott and the dwarves inside the house to prevent them from following. She explains through the door how she always used to read stories about the princess being saved by the prince at the end.
Snow: I think it's time we changed that ending.
Alcott: No, no, no, Snow, you're trying to mess with tried-and-true storytelling, it's been focus-grouped and it works, just let me save you!