Crikey! It's Wildlife Will!
Season 2, Episode 17A
Crikey! It's Wildlife Will!
Air date April 8, 2014
Written by Jennifer Hamburg
Episode guide
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"Crikey! It's Wildlife Will!" is the first segment of the forty-third episode of the Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins, which premiered on April 8, 2014.


Wildlife Will, a toy explorer, loses his legs after a run in with a Chihuahua and it's up to Doc and company to build a special wheelchair for him.




For more quotes, see the episode's transcript

Chilly: Doc, where can I look? There aren't any more sides. (Doc giggles and puts Chilly in her bike basket) Oh, a front row seat. (Chuckles) I am honored...and scared. But more honored. Come to think of it, I don't usually do front row seats. Do you have a driver's license? Don't go to fast. I don't have my helmet!
Doc: Chilly!

Wildlife Will: Crikey, is that a dragon? I've never seen one of those in these parts before.
Stuffy: Then you're in luck. I'm the rarest, bluest, bravest dragon around!
Wildlife Will: An exotic lamb! White fur, bushy tail, pink bow. Must be indigenous to this area.
Lambie: (Gasp) Does he mean me? Oh, I'm exotic! I like it.

Wildlife Will: Well, g'day, mates. The name's Wildlife Will. I search for wild animals all over the world.
Lambie: Oh, what kind of wild animals?
Wildlife Will: Snakes, turtles, lions.
Stuffy: Wow!
Wildlife Will: Joeys, freshies, salties.
Stuffy: And now you've lost me.

Doc: (to Wildlife Will) First, let's give you a checkup.
Stuffy: Um, Doc, I'm pretty sure we know what's wrong. You know, like, his legs, as in, they're gone.
Doc: I know, but a good doctor needs to cover all of her bases, and that starts with a checkup.

Wildlife Will: Let's roll! (Laughs) Roll. Get it?
Stuffy: Ah, roll! I get it.
Chilly: I do not.
Hallie: You go on, sugar. I'll explain. Ooh, this could take a while.


  • Diagnosis: Missing-parts-atosis
  • Toys that debut in this episode: Wildlife Will


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