If I recall correctly, the program started with Prince Nikolas of Greece who was interviewed by some male journalist in London. They followed him around demostrating to the public that he is a normal guy (which came off as some over privileged thirtysomething with no job or career direction. It was actually very sad to watch... I felt kind of bad for him.)
As the segment went on, we watched him workout at the gym with his private trainer, at an uber-exclusive club mind you. Shopping at the local newstand, then strolling in the park when the reporter snagged several people asking them, "Do you know who this is?"
Their repsonses, "No."
Followed by, "He is a prince..."
Some were puzzled hence the didn't care while others were polite stating, "Oh...okay...um... it's nice to met you."
I hate to say it, but the way his segment was edited, he came off like a buffoon.
Then after Frederik's segment another reporter, not Deborah Roberts, interviewed Prince Emmanual Filibreto (sp?). Again, the way he was edited they made him seem completely useless in today's world. He talked about his family's history, his new baby, and his recent return to his princely hometown (I don't remember the name.)
There were other segments which discussed Princess Stephanie and Monaco. I think. At the end of the program the head journalist hinted that royals were essentially not necessary; specifically those like Nikolas and Emanuelle Filibrito (sp?). Others, like Frederik and the British royals have some what of a siginificance to their respective countries such as Nationalism. In the end, they made it seem like most royals only survive these days for show.
Finally, it ended with "America's royalty" (hence cheesy celebrities and so forth.)
Overall the 20/20 program was okay, I was only interested because I knew Frederik was going to interviewed. By the way, the show was called Royals Rule.
Finally, I'm having a hard time uploading the Rapidshare file. Can someone help me?