The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

How does Twain continue the lightened mood of the chapter in the last few lines?

chapter 20

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Really this has to do with making light of the king and duke. Jim tells Huck that he has had quite enough of "royalty" for a long time. Jim also says that he has been trying to get the king to speak french but the king says he has been in the country so long that he forgets. Very funny!