|Season 3, Episode 2B|
|Air date||July 16, 2015|
|Written by||Cate Lieuwen|
Itty Bitty Bess Takes Flight
Doc and her toys invite Flora, a cute Flamenco dancer in a display box, to their McStuffins toy ball and help Flora overcome her fear of leaving her box.
- Laya DeLeon Hayes as Doc McStuffins
- Lara Jill Miller as Lambie
- Robbie Rist as Stuffy
- Loretta Devine as Hallie
- Jess Harnell as Chilly
- Rob Paulsen as Sir Kirby
- Julianne Buscher as Bella
- Grey DeLisle as Dress-up Daisy
- Damienne Merlina as Flora
Lambie: Hello, Flora! Your dress is so beautiful.
Flora: Gracias, señorita. This is what we wear in Spain to do the flamenco dance. Ay-yi-yi!
Sir Kirby: I think I've caught a case of flamenco fever.
Chilly: Flamingo fever? [Gasps] I'm gonna turn into a bird. Will I turn pink and stand on one leg?
Stuffy: You don't have a leg to stand on. *Laughs*
Doc: And she's saying flamenco, like the dance. Not flamingo, like the bird.
Flora: So I don't have to stay stuck in this box forever?
Doc: No, you don't. But you're gonna have to face your fears. Stuck inside a box is no way to play.
Stuffy: If I put myself back in the toy box every time I got messy...I'd never leave the toy box.
Lambie: Yeah, ever.
Dress-Up Daisy: I like my fashion-forward outfits to be runway ready, but I like playing even more than that! And when something gets messy, I can just clean it up.
Doc: Toys are meant to be played with.
- Diagnosis: Messy-ophobia
- Toys that debut in this episode: Flora
- Chilly and Stuffy wore the same clothes they got when they traveled back to Florence Nightingale's time in "Let the Nightingale Sing" for the dance.
- Hallie and Lambie are the only characters who didn't dress up at the McStuffins Toy Ball. Lambie wore her tiara to the Ball.
- According to Sir Kirby, his nickname when he was a young knight was twinkle toes.
- This is the seventh time Lambie wears her tiara. The first six were in "Knight Time", "To Squeak, or Not to Squeak", "Disco Dress Up Daisy", "The Big Sleepover", "Big Head Hallie" and "Crash Course".