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Theme song
Doc: Hi, mom. I'm home.
Dr. McStuffins: Hi, sweetie. How was your day?
Doc: Pretty awesome.
Dr. McStuffins: That's great, but I think it's about to get even more awesome.
Doc: No way. Is that for me?
Dr. McStuffins: Yep. It's from grandma.
Doc: What kind of writing is this?
Dr. McStuffins: It's Japanese. Grandma is visiting friends in Japan.
Doc: Wow, it's a doll, and she's really cool.
Grandma's letter: "Dear Doc, I hope you enjoy this doll from Japan. Her name is Kiko, and I'm sure she can't wait to meet you. Love, Grandma".
Doc: I can't wait to meet her, either! I mean, I'm meeting her right now, obviously.
Dr. McStuffins: Make sure you send grandma a thank-you note.
Doc: I will. I'm gonna take Kiko to the clinic.
Dr. McStuffins: Great. Just be careful taking her out of the box. She's had a very long trip.
Doc: OK.
[Stethoscope goes off]
Doc: Hi, everyone.
Toys: Hi, Doc.
Doc: Look what I got.
Hallie: Who's the new girl?
Kiko: I'm Kiko.
Doc: I'm Doc and this is Stuffy, Lambie, Hallie and Chilly.
Toys: Hi, Kiko.
Kiko: Hi!
Doc: Oh. You're still packed up for your trip. Let me get that. There you go.
Kiko: Arigato gozaimasu.
Stuffy: Bless you.
Doc: Stuffy, that wasn't a sneeze. That was Japanese.
Kiko: I said "thank you."
Stuffy: Yeah, I knew that.
Lambie: And why do you speak Japanese?
Kiko: Because I'm from Japan.
Stuffy: Wow. Japan. What kind of store is that, again?
Doc: Japan isn't a store, Stuffy. It's a country. Here, we'll show you.
Chilly: OK, this is making me very dizzy. Whoo! [Bubble wrap popping] I popped!
Doc: You don't have anything that pops, Chilly. You're all stuffing in there.
Chilly: Well, then my stuffing popped.
Doc: Stuffing doesn't pop. You're bouncing on bubble wrap.
Chilly: Oh. That explains it. Hoo-hoo. Hey, hey, this is fun.
Kiko: Wait till I hit the bubble wrap with my action kick.
Stuffy: Ooh. Wow, can you really do that?
Kiko: Of course. I'm an action toy. That's my big move. Ha-hah! Whoa!
Hallie: [Gasps]
Doc: Oh!
Kiko: [Grunts] Wow. That was weird. I can totally jump better than that.
Hallie: You OK, sugar?
Kiko: Oh, yeah. First day out of the box.
Lambie: Hmm. I still want to know where Japan is.
Doc: Right. Kiki, want to help me find Japan?
Kiko: You bet. Let's show 'em. Uh, there it is!
Doc: Yep. This is Japan, and here we are.
Lambie: [Gasps] That really is far away. Oh, you must be tired after all that traveling.
Kiko: I'm an action toy. I never get tired. Standing still all that time I was traveling from Japan, well, that was the hard part for me. I can't wait to get moving.
Lambie: Why don't we play a game?
Kiko: Oh, yeah! Let's do it. But gotta warn ya, I tend to win--a lot. After all, I am an action toy. Who wants to take me on...
Stuffy: Oh, me.
Kiko: In jump rope?
Stuffy: Wait, jump rope? But I'm not good at jumping rope. Ha. Tail gets in the way.
Hallie: Well, I'm happy to take this on. This hippo's been known to skip a rope or 2 in her day.
Kiko: Great.
Hallie: All right, then. Let me get myself warmed up! Ha ha. Hoppin' Hippo, move your rump. Hallie's happy with a rope and a jump! Whoo.
Stuffy: Yay!
Lambie: Go, hippo!
Doc: Nice jumping, Hallie.
Hallie: Ohh. [Giggles] Is all that cheering for little ol' me?
Doc: You're amazing, Hallie. Now it's Kiko's turn.
Kiko: As a hopping hippo, you're pretty good, but I have a few moves myself. Step aside.
Hallie: Let's see what you got.
Lambie: On 3... 1 A 2... 3!
Kiko: [Grunts] Uhh Yaah!
Doc: You OK?
Kiko: I don't get it. I can usually do all this stuff easy. I know. I'll do my big action move to get myself moving again.
Stuffy: I can do that. Ooh-wah! Hi-- aah! Um, why don't you show us?
Kiko: Stand back. This is how an action toy does it. Ooh-eee-- oh!
Stuffy: Huh. I fall like that all the time. I must be an action toy, too.
Kiko: I-I can't do it. There's something wrong with my legs. How can I be an action toy with legs that go all kozooey every time I use them?
Doc: Well, you probably can't, so we'll just have to fix your legs.
Kiko: You can do that?
Doc: I may not be an action hero, but I can fix you up, no problem.
Kiko: Cool.
Doc: Let's go get a quick checkup.
[Stuffy, Lambie and Hallie]
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
♪ Time for your check up! ♪
[Doc]
♪ 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! ♪
[Doc]
♪ 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! ♪
Kiko: What's the plan, Doc?
Doc: I'm gonna listen to your heart.
Kiko: Ooh, can I hear? Thump, thump. Thump, thump. Thump, thump. That sounds like a heart ready for action.
Doc: It sure does. Now say, "aaaaahhhh."
Kiko: Aaaah-yaah!
Doc: Hee hee hee.
Kiko: Cool hammer, Doc. What are we gonna build?
Hallie: That's Doc's reflex hammer to test your reflexes.
Stuffy: Right. And, uh, just to be sure Lambie knows, what are reflexes, again?
Lambie: Reflexes are how your muscles move when they're working right.
Stuffy: See, now she knows.
Kiko: Just watch out, 'cause my reflexed are lightning fast. Uhh! See?
Stuffy: Impressive. Ohh!
Doc: Let's test your leg reflexes.
Kiko: Nothing happened.
Stuffy: Well, that's how they do it in Japan, right?
Kiko: No.
Doc: Stuffy, our bodies are the same wherever we come from, and Kiko's leg should have kicked up. I need to do one more test. Kiko, do what I do.
Kiko: That's easy. [Grunts] It's such a simple move, but... I can't do it.
Hallie: Poor thing.
Doc: I have a diagnosis. This looks like a case of Weak-Muscle-itis.
Hallie: Now you're talking the language of the big book of boo-boos.
Kiko: That sounds bad. Is it?
Doc: Well, your muscles are like... rubber bands. If you don't stretch them enough, they get weak and don't work very well.
Hallie: Oh, dear. How did it happen, Doc?
Kiko: Yeah. I've never been weak before.
Doc: Kiko was in her box and the way from Japan, so she wasn't able to move her muscles. I think they got stiff.
Lambie: Oh. Well, can you fix her?
Doc: Absolutely. Kiko, first you have to get up and stretch those muscles.
Kiko: Show me what to do, and I'll do it.
[Doc]
♪ Stretch and flex, stretch and flex ♪
♪ Stretch and flex ♪
[Doc, Stuffy, Lambie and Chilly]
♪ 1, 2, 3, 4! ♪
[Doc]
♪ Let's get better, stretch it out together now ♪
[Stuffy and Lambie]
♪ Get ready for action ♪
[Doc]
♪ Reach up high, take it to the sky and down ♪
[Doc, Stuffy and Lambie]
♪ To get ready for action ♪
♪ If your knees are wobbly ♪
♪ Head's a little bobble-y ♪
♪ A bit of stretching's all you need ♪
♪ Ready, steady, go! ♪
[Kiko]
♪ Let's rock it, we'll be unstoppable ♪
[Doc]
♪ And ready for action ♪
[Kiko]
♪ I'm ready for action! ♪
[Doc]
♪ Are you ready for action? ♪
[Toys]
♪ We're ready for action ♪
Doc: So, how are you feeling?
Kiko: Like I'm ready for action. Everyone, stand back.
Doc: Whoa!
Stuffy: I can do that.
Lambie: Girl power!
Hallie: Leaping locusts, she's as limber as a leopard in a leotard!
Doc, Stuffy, Lambie, Hallie and Chilly: Yeah!
Doc: Stretching really works.
Kiko: Arigato gozaimasu.
Doc: Ari... gatooo...?
Kiko: Ari... gato... gozai... masu.
Doc: Ari-gato gozai-masu. [Gasps] I did it. I spoke Japanese.
Lambie: Baaa-rilliant.
Doc: Arigato gozaimasu. Arigato gozaimasu.
Kiko: I've got business to finish with those ropes.
Doc: Let's see what your legs can do.
Hallie: Who--me?
Lambie: [Giggles] Looks like you've saved another toy, Doc. Nice work.
Doc: Thanks, Lambie.
[Knock on door]
Doc: Toys!
Dr. McStuffins: Doc?
Doc: Hi, mom.
Dr. McStuffins: Your father's working late, so I thought you, Donny and I could go out for dinner together. What do you say?
Doc: Arigato gozaimasu.
Dr. McStuffins: What does that mean?
Doc: It's "thank you" in Japanese.
Dr. McStuffins: Where did you learn that?
Doc: Un, I learned it... from a new friend.
Dr. McStuffins: Ooh, impressive.
Stuffy: Don't be a stranger.
Doc: Before we go to dinner, I have to write grandma to thank her. And, mom, can we go out for Japanese food?
Dr. McStuffins: [Giggles] Sure.
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