A full-sized traveler is visiting Lilliput for the first time in many years and discovers that border security has been dramatically increased. All visitors are now required to pass through a body scanner, but of course the scanners are too small.
Elizabeth is quite content to remain a pampered palace pet in the court of Brobdingnag, where she and Gulliver are protected and provided with every material need and comfort. Gulliver, however, is frustrated by their lack of autonomy, and as a Man of the Enlightenment he resents humoring the court’s conceits and superstitions.
After surviving many perils, Gulliver is more than ready to get it on with his fiancée, but Elizabeth somehow imports 1950s morality into this 17th-century satire, and she insists they be married before surrendering to Gulliver’s ardor.