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Whole Lotta Hula
Season 4, Episode 24B
Whole Lotta Hula Title
Air date October 21, 2017 (U.S.)

October 28, 2017 (Canada)

Written by Jeffrey King
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"Whole Lotta Hula" is the second segment of the one-hundred and sixteenth episode of the Disney Junior show Doc McStuffins which premiered on October 21, 2017.

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When Leilani is homesick for Hawaii, Doc and the toys throw her a luau at Bathtub Lake.

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When Leilani is homesick for Hawaii, Doc and the toys throw her a luau at Bathtub Lake, but as Leilani was teaching the toys how to hula dance, her knees started to melt from the hot sun, so she had to be hospitalized. When she discovers that she can't hula, Leilani leaves the hospital and hides in the Snow Globe where she nearly freezes because she didn't have the proper clothing to wear. 

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Hallie: It is hotter than a Houston heat wave outside.
Chilly: How hot? Melty hot? I'm just asking for a friend... Who's also a snowman, who's also named Chilly.
Hallie: It's not too hot for toy snowmen, sugar.

Leilani: I've been feeling sad lately. Like something's missing.
Chilly: Like a missing button or a missing hat? Wait. Where's my hat? Oh. (Chuckles) There it is.
Leilani: No, not like a missing hat. I've been away from my beautiful, sunny home in Hawaii for so long, I haven't felt like my normal Hawaiian self.
Lambie: That's gotta feel baa-ad. (Gives Leilani a cuddle)
Leilani: Thanks, Lambie.

Doc: Leilani, what normally makes you feel the most Hawaiian? Maybe it could help with your homesickness.
Leilani: My favorite thing from Hawaii is the hula. It's a kind of dance we do at a Hawaiian party called a luau.
Doc: What if you threw a luau at Bathtub Lake?
Hallie: Then you can hula until you have a happy Hawaiian heart.
Leilani: That's a great idea, Doc. A luau would make me feel batter. I'm gonna go get ready right now. Come by the lake this afternoon. And bring your dancing sandals.

Leilani: Now, hula is performed in a group called a halau; that's you guys. And I'm the kumu hula, that's the teacher.
Chilly: I hope there's not gonna be a quiz on this later.
Stuffy: I'm an expert on roaring and stomping. Hula, not so much.

Doc: Plastic toys, like kids, can get hurt if they stay in the sun or heat for too long. The heat from the sun melted the plastic parts on Leilani's knee together. That's what's keeping your leg from bending normally.
Leilani: Oh, Doc, that's terrible news. The hula is my favorite thing about being Hawaiian. It was starting to help me feel less homesick.
Doc: I'm sorry, Leilani. I know this is hard, but we'll do everything we can to get you better.

The Dude: Hey, are you lost? You look more like a beach toy than a snow toy.
Leilani: Aloha. I'm Leilani. I'm a t-toy from Hawaii. But, well...

Stuffy: Found it!
Lambie: A knee replacement?
Stuffy: Even better. A dashing 'stache.
Doc and Lambie: Stuffy!
Stuffy: Oh, and a toy knee part, too. Should I have said the part part first? (Everyone else giggles)
Doc: Great job, Stuffy.

Doc: Leilani?
Leilani: Oh, hi, Doc.
Doc: What are you doing in here? We found you a replacement knee part. You'll be able to dance again.
Leilani: It doesn't matter, Doc.
Doc: What do you mean?
Leilani: What's the use in hula-ing if I can't go out and hula in the sun?
Doc: Oh, Leilani, I didn't mean that you could never go out in the sun again. You just have to be careful when you do.
Leilani: I can go back outside?
Doc: It's always important to wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen, when you're going to be outside for a long time. And to take breaks in the shade to avoid getting too hot. I also make sure to bring lots of cold drinking water too.
Leilani: So I can keep hula-ing at the beach, and have luaus?
Doc: Of course. Oh, which reminds me. You'll need this if you're gonna lead the hula. (Gives Leilani her flower lei)
Leilani: Thanks, Doc.

Stuffy: Uh, ma-what now?
Leilani: (Giggles) Mahalo, Stuffy. That means "thank you" in Hawaiian.
Stuffy: Oh! What was it again? (Everyone else giggles)
Leilani: Mahalo.

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