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Theme song
Donny: This is gonna be awesome!
Doc: I know. Lambie and Stuffy and I have perfect seats.
Mr. McStuffins: And in honor of the meteors, we have frozen star-shaped fruit pops, star cookies, and star-shaped apple slices.
Doc: Mmm! Startastic, dad.
Donny: Dad, look! I'm shining my flashlight on Mars!
Mr. McStuffins: Greetings, Martians. Anyone up there want a star cookie?
Donny: Ha ha ha!
Henry: Mom, I'm gonna set up my new telescope on the back patio.
Doc: Whoa! A telescope? Dad, can I go over to Henry's to see it?
Mr. McStuffins: Sure. But don't be gone too long. The meteor shower is supposed to start in about 20 minutes.
Doc: Hi, Henry.
Henry: Hi, Doc. Come look at this.
Doc: Wow! What a great telescope.
Henry: I just got it. Can't wait to use it to watch the meteor shower. We just have to put it together. Now I'm gonna check out the moon.
Doc: What do you see? A star? Maybe two stars? A whole galaxy?
Henry: Everything is all blurry. I can't see anything.
Doc: Let me try. You're right. It's all fuzzy.
Henry: But the meteor shower is gonna start soon. I got my telescope just so I could see it up close.
Doc: You know, I'm really good at fixing toys. Maybe I can fix it before the meteor shower starts.
Henry: OK. You can try.
Doc: If you want, come over to our yard for our star picnic.
Henry: Mom, is it OK if I watch the meteor shower at Doc's house?
Henry's mom: Sure, honey.
Donny: Who goes there?
Doc: It's me...and Henry.
[Henry laughs]
Doc: Dad, I'm gonna try to fix Henry's telescope. I'll be right back.
Mr. McStuffins: OK, honey. Henry, help yourself to some startastic treats.
[Music playing]
Doc: The doc is in.
[Stethoscope goes off]
Stuffy and Lambie: Ha ha ha!
Toys: Hi, Doc!
Doc: Hi. Everyone, this is our new patient.
Aurora: Far out! I'm Aurora. Wow! Totally cool place you got here. It's got a really groovy vibe, and I love the big-screen TV you have.
Lambie: It's a fish tank. Ah!
Aurora: So what's this groovy place all about?
Stuffy: It's where--ooh!
Hallie: This is Doc McStuffins' Clinic for stuffed animals and toys.
Aurora: Well, I dig it, but I can't stay long. Tonight's the big meteor shower. It's gonna be totally cosmic.
Chilly: Huh? Did she say "shower"? No one told me it was gonna rain! [Grabs umbrella]
Doc: Ha ha! Chilly, you can't get wet from a meteor shower. Meteors are the streaks of light made by little rocks flying through space.
Chilly: Flying rocks? [Hides under table] Ooh, that's worse!
Aurora: Ha ha. Well, I'd better boogie. Peace.
Lambie: Ooh!
Stuffy: Hey!
Aurora: Oh! Whoa. I was totally sure that was the door. Oh, here it is. Ow.
Doc: Aurora, I'm not sure you're seeing things clearly through your lens.
Aurora: Why? My lens is crystal-clear. Look at the groovy little doggy. Oh, poochie.
[Aurora goes after Lambie]
Lambie: I am definitely not a dog.
Aurora: 3 kisses. Oh, I see. Or maybe I don't. Bummer. I wonder if there really is something wrong.
Hallie: Nothing the doc can't fix, I'm sure.
Doc: Let's do a quick checkup.
[Stuffy, Lambie and Hallie]
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
♪ I'm gonna check your ears ♪
♪ Check your eyes ♪
♪ Find out how much you've grown ♪
[Stuffy, Lambie and Hallie]
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
♪ I'm gonna listen to your heart beat ♪
♪ Fix you up, ready to go ♪
[Stuffy, Lambie and Hallie]
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
[Doc and Lambie]
♪ It's OK if you giggle ♪
♪ This will only tickle a little ♪
[Doc, Stuffy, Lambie and Hallie]
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
Aurora: A checkup sounds way cool.
Doc: I'm gonna do an eye exam. I mean, a lens exam. I'll try to see what you can see. Now follow the light. Looks good. Stuffy, can you get the eye chart?
Stuffy: You betcha. Ta-da. Whoa! Wowwee! Uh, a little help here? I'm good.
Doc: OK, Aurora. Can you tell me what pictures you see on here?
Aurora: Ooh, that's a pretzel. The twisted kind obviously. That's a banana. This is totally fun.
Doc: How about this one? It's--it's hard.
Aurora: No, it's not. It's a far-out flower. How'd I do? Let's try another test. I want to check how far away you can see things. Stuffy, will you go stand away from Aurora?
Stuffy: You got it. Just tell me when to--wah! Stopping now.
Doc: Good. Now stand right there. OK, Aurora, just walk towards Stuffy. He's right in front of you. Tell me when you can see him clearly.
Aurora: Oh...not yet. Almost. Right on. I can see this porcupine just fine.
Doc: I have a diagnosis! This looks like a case of Blurry-Star-itis.
Hallie: Ooh, this is one for the "big book of boo-boos."
Doc: Blurry-Star-itis. This is what a star look like to us, and this... Is what it looks like to Aurora.
Lambie: Oh, that does look all blurry.
Aurora: Lay it on me, Doc. Will I ever be able to see clearly?
Doc: Sure. There are all kind of ways a doctor can help you see better. For kids and hippos, we give them glasses to help them see.
Hallie: That's right. I can't see a thing without them, kind of like I can't see a thing right now. Well, that's better.
Doc: I know. Maybe you're missing something, too. Something that helped you see better. I think I see the problem.
Aurora: I don't.
Doc: But you will when we find this missing eyepiece. It's what helps you see clearly. And you don't have it.
Aurora: Bummer, Doc. It's almost time for the shower. So where do we look?
Doc: It's not here. Maybe it fell out when Henry was putting you together.
Stuffy: Road trip!
Henry: Did you fix my telescope yet?
Doc: Not yet, but I'm almost done. Dad, I'm gonna run over to Henry's real quick. I left something over there.
Mr. McStuffins: OK. Ooh, take Donny's flashlight. And hurry. The meteor shower should be starting in about 5 minutes.
Doc: Everybody spread out. That eyepiece had got to be here somewhere.
Chilly: Oh, it's dark out there. You know, maybe I ought to stay in the wagon, just to protect it, not because I'm... Ha ha. Scared of the dark or anything.
Stuffy: Not to worry, Chilly. Just stick with me. I'm a big, brave dragon, so I'm not scared of anything. Aah!
Lambie: It's me. You know, cute, cuddly, not-at-all-scary me.
Stuffy: [Gulp] Who said I was scared?
Chilly: It's OK, Stuffy. You can stick with me. [Gulp] We can be scared together.
Doc: Look! There it is!
Stuffy: Yeah!
Hallie: All right!
Chilly: Way to go!
Lambie: Yes! She found it!
Doc: Come on. We have to get this eyepiece on Aurora before the shower starts.
Aurora: Right on, Doc! Oh, Hallie, those glasses are so groovy.
Hallie: Why, thank you, sugar. Wait! You can see!
Aurora: I really can. This is deep, really deep. And the moon and the stars. Totally cosmic! Take a look.
Doc: Wow. It'a so close I can almost touch it.
♪ Hey, that's a rocket! ♪
♪ Hey, there goes a comet! ♪
[Everyone except Chilly]
♪ Whoo-hoo! Looks like a party on the moon! ♪
♪ Stars, stars, planets and stars ♪
♪ I can see Jupiter ♪
♪ I can see Mars ♪
[Everyone except Chilly]
♪ Out there, everywhere you see ♪
♪ Planets, stars, and galaxies ♪
♪ All those dots of light in space ♪
♪ Are other places far away ♪
[Doc and Aurora]
♪ Let's go searching pass the sun ♪
♪ The solar system and beyond ♪
[Everyone except Chilly]
♪ Stars, stars, planets and stars ♪
♪ I can see Jupiter ♪
♪ I can see Mars ♪
♪ I'm so glad that I see ♪
[Everyone except Chilly]
♪ Planets, stars, and galaxies ♪
♪ Planets, stars, and galaxies ♪
Aurora: I never knew how beautiful everything was until you helped me see clearly. Thank you, Doc. Thanks to all of you. You're all really groovy.
Mr. McStuffins: Better hurry, pumpkin.
Doc: Coming! Let's go, everybody! We don't want to miss the meteor shower.
Stuffy: Uh! Wah! Uh...uh...wah!
Mr. McStuffins: You're just in time. It's about to start.
Henry: Did you fix it?
Doc: Take a look.
Henry: Hey, what's my mom doing on the moon?
Mr. McStuffins: [Chuckles] You might want to point the telescope that way.
Henry: The meteor shower! It's happening! Want to look?
Doc: Far out.
Mr. McStuffins: What did you say?
Doc: I's so amazing. Ha ha ha.
Stuffy, Lambie, Hallie and Chilly: It sure is.