Dragon Tales

I Believe In Me

Season 2, Episode 11 of 25

I Believe in Me - Tryouts are now being held for The School in the Sky production of " Queen Dragonia." Cassie really wants to sign-up, but her desire to perform is overshadowed by her timid nature. She's never been in a play before. How can she possibly audition and perform in front of people? Emmy convinces her to try out and everyone vows to help her overcome her fear. It is then that Cassie decides to practice in front of her friends. It's hard at first, but the more she rehearses, the more comfortable she feels in the spotlight. In fact, she really starts to enjoy herself. Eventually Cassie presents her song and dance for Quetzal. She doesn't get the lead part she wanted but because she appeared so happy and at ease on stage, she wins a role in her very first play! Bye, Bye Baby Birdie - While playing in a meadow, the gang discovers afamily of rhyming birds, and Emmy and a baby bird take a shine to each other. Emmy names the bird Cutie Pie, and they have so much fun together that she doesn't notice when the bird's family flies away. Although she's very attached to Cutie Pie, Emmy, with help from Quetzal and all her friends, understands that the baby bird needs to go home. After all, how would Emmy feel if she couldn't be with her family? The gang promises to help her say goodbye to her new pal. They all set out together and find Cutie Pie's family at their home in Very Merry Valley. Zak reminds Emmy that she knows where Cutie Pie lives now, so she can visit anytime she wants! Emmy gives Cutie Pie a keepsake - a ribbon from her hair. As Cutie Pie waves goodbye, one of her feathers flies into the air, she catches it in her beak and presents it to Emmy. Feeling much better, Emmy says goodbye to her new friend- until next time!

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