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The Sleepwalking King
Season 4, Episode 19B
The Sleepwalking King Title.jpg
Air date June 17, 2017
Written by Kerri Grant
Episode guide
Lambie Stuffy Switcharoo
Count Clarence's Daytime Adventure

"The Sleepwalking King" is the second segment of the one-hundred and eleventh episode of the Disney Junior show Doc McStuffins, which premiered on June 17, 2017.


During a sleepover at the Royal Castle, Doc discovers the Wicked King has been sleepwalking.




For more quotes, see the episode's transcript

Lambie: A sleepover in the Royal Land castle. I feel like a pretty princess.

Stuffy: I can't wait to tell ghost stories.
Chilly: Ghost stories?
Stuffy: Don't worry, Chilly. We'll only tell the best and scariest kind.
Chilly: Oh! Um, well... I just remembered that I left my, um... nose back at the hospital. Better go get it.
Doc: Chilly, I see your nose right there on your face. Stuffy, why don't we save the ghost stories for another time?
Stuffy: Okay. You got it, Doc.

Doc: (After Chilly shrieks) Chilly?
Lambie: What is it?
Doc: What's wrong?
Chilly: Ghost. It was a ghost! Oh, the ghost left me these buttons. And... Oh, they're really nice.
Stuffy: Let me get this straight. So you were hunted by a niceness ghost.
Chilly: Ah! Niceness ghost!
Doc: There's no such thing as ghost.
Lambie: Maybe you were having a bad dream.
Chilly: (Stammering) But... the buttons.
Hallie: Could they just be extra buttons of yours, sugar?
Lambie: Yeah. You usually keep some buttons in your hat.
Chilly: Yeah, that's true.
Doc: Everything's okay, Chilly. I'll tuck you in.
Lambie: And I'll provide goodnight cuddles.
Chilly: Oh, thanks, Lambie. Thanks, Doc.

Doc: First the buttons, and now the king waking up outside. There's something odd going on around here.
Chilly: (Shrieks) The niceness ghost. I knew it. There it is. It's so pale! (Gasp) And it's yelling at me!
Lambie: No, Chilly. That's just your reflection.
Chilly: Whew! Another close call.
Doc: I still don't think we're dealing with a ghost. But I'll keep an eye on things until we can figure out what's going on.