Dragon Tales

Teasing Is Not Pleasing/Team Work

Season 2, Episode 15 of 25

Teasing is Not Pleasing - The big Dragonbasketball game is about to start, and Emmy is raring to go! The opposing team is from the School on the Lake, and Ord is worried because they're very good. Quetzal reminds the gang that the most important thing is to have fun. Go team, go! Buster and Mookie, players on the other team, pass the ball back and forth and score. Emmy takes a shot but misses and the ball bounces out of bounds. She's disappointed but still upbeat- until Buster and Mookie tease her about the miss. Although she tells them that what they said hurt her feelings, they continue to tease her throughout the entire game. With Quetzal's advice, Emmy decides to show those guys that their teasing doesn't bother her anymore. After all, she knows that what they say about her isn't true! Emmy scores the winning point, leaving the name-callers speechless - and wondering why she isn't teasing them now. Emmy leaves the game feeling fine. Team Work - While searching for Giggle Flowers, Zak and Wheezie happen upon a Stinkydink Bug, who sprays them with his bad smelling vapor. After blaming each other for their predicament, they decide to wash up in the river. Zak places both of their badges on what looks like rock. It turns out to be Speedy the Turtle. Speedy, repulsed by the lingering Stinkydink smell, attempts to escape it by walking away- unaware that the contaminated badges are on top of his shell. Zak and Wheezie try to catch up to Speedy, but their bickering wastes time and Speedy makes it across the river and into the Forest of Darkness. To get their badges back, the two must work together and make their badges shine in the dark so they can spot Speedy. With support from the gang, Zak and Wheezie finally listen to each other long enough to make their plan work. The badges are back where they belong! Problem solved!

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