Sir Kirby and the Plucky Princess
Season 2, Episode 21A
Sir Kirby and the Plucky Princess
Air date July 11, 2014
Written by Kerri Grant
Episode guide
Chilly and the Dude
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Sir Kirby and the Plucky Princess is the first segment of the forty-seventh episode of the Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins, which premiered on July 11, 2014.


Doc and the toys meet Princess Persephone, a brave and adventurous princess doll who challenges Sir Kirby to a playoff competition and sets out to prove that princesses can do anything knights can do.


As Doc and Emmie were playing a game of knights and princesses, Emmie gets called from her mother as Doc discovers that Princess Persephone or "Peri" for short isn't a run-of-the-mill princess as Sir Kirby thinks that she is, as Peri explains to Sir Kirby that she is as knightly as Sir Kirby as she and him do a challenge to see whose good at what they are until Sir Kirby gets injured.




For more quotes, see the episode's transcript

Lambie: As an amateur princess myself, I have to admit, I didn't know princesses could do that.
Princess Persephone: Oh, yeah, princesses can do all kind of things. It's pretty sweet.

Lambie: Ooh, Peri is no ordinary princess. I like that.

Sir Kirby: Firstly, I need someone to volunteer to be my squire.
Stuffy: Oh, oh, pick me, pick me! I'm the bravest and best squire around.
Sir Kirby: Okay, Stuffy. You are my squire.
Stuffy: Uh, wanna go over what the brave squire does again? You know, for Squeakers.
Sir Kirby: Ah, well, a squire helps the knight. They help me up on my horse, pass me my jousting lance, that sort of thing. Chilly, will you be my second squire?
Chilly: As long as I get to hide behind the first squire, that'll be fine.


  • Diagnosis: Break-apart-atosis
  • Toys that debut in this episode: Princess Persephone
  • After Sir Kirby loses his limbs, he says, "Just a flesh wound!" This line comes from the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, when King Arthur encounters the Black Knight and hacks off his limbs.


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