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Chuck Learns to Look!
Season 4, Episode 13A
Chuck learns to look title
Air date November 20, 2016
Written by Jeffrey King
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"Chuck Learns to Look!" is the first segment of the one-hundred and fifth episode of the Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins, which premiered on November 20, 2016.

SummaryEdit

When Chuck, the wind-up chicken, crosses the street without looking, he unintentionally causes accidents.

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Stuffy: [Pants] Hurry, guys. We're gonna be late for our shift at the hospital.
Chilly: But it's hard to run without any legs.
Stuffy: Then hop like you've never hopped before.
Chilly: Hm? Okay. (Starts hopping in a circle, only to stop when he notices Stuffy looking at him) What? I have never hopped like this before.

Chuck: (After he first arrives in McStuffinsville) Small-town chicken in the big-toy city. Wow-wee! So this is McStuffinsville? It's so much bigger and busier than Southwest Sal's ranch.

Doc: Chilly, what test do we run first?
Chilly: Um, if I were a wind-up toy, I'd be worried about my legs. Is it the treadmill test?
Doc: Correct. Well done, Chilly.

Doc: Don't rush around too much, Chuck. We don't want you to get into an accident.
Chuck: You got it, Doc. There's just so much I have to do and see in great big McStuffinsville before my train home.

Lambie: We just finished getting all the fluff out of Ricardo's tries, Doc.
Doc: Great. Do you think you can handle this headlight replacement?
Stuffy: This dragon could do it in his sleep, with both eyes closed. Which I guess would make sense, since I'd be sleeping. (Giggles)

Chuck: I didn't think one little chicken crossing the road could make a difference in the big city.
Doc: When it comes to safety, everyone makes a difference. Toys have to be careful just like kids do.

TriviaEdit

  • Toys that debut in this episode: Chuck

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