Dragon Tales

Sticky Situation/Green Thumbs

Season 2, Episode 14 of 25

Sticky Situation - Max and Emmy join their dragon friends building a fence to protect some baby animals. When more wood is needed, Max volunteers to stays behind to keep an eye on the animals. When his friends return, they find that even though he promised, Max got tired of watching carefully, and Oinkers, a dragonpig, ran away! Max, who feels very bad, joins the search. Following dragon pig footprints into the marshland, they meet Jack, a dragonfrog, collecting truffles to keep the marsh-turtles from his mother's garden. Just like Max, Jack wants to play rather than do his job, and accidentally kicks over his bucket of truffles. Worried about the marsh-turtles and Oinkers, Jack and the gang manage to locate Oinkers before it gets dark. Surprise! Oinkers has been digging up truffles all along. Jack has truffles to feed the turtles just as they reach his mother's garden, and the gang returns to finish the fence and keep all the baby animals safe. Green Thumbs - Following a torrential storm, the gang discovers Lily, a baby flower, helplessly floating downstream after being uprooted by the rain. They learn that she was separated from her family and misses them dearly. The gang knows that she's too little to take care of herself, and they use what they know to plant her in a bucket of soil and promise to take her back to where she belongs. Along the way they need to figure out how to keep her healthy and happy, and discover that, in addition to soil, Lily needs sun and water to live - but not too much! They find Lily's home eventually and transfer her back into the ground where she belongs. The surrounding flowers immediately thank the gang with a beautiful song and a spectacular shower of glittering petals.

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