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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
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Season: 2
Production code: 5b
Broadcast number: 5b
Written by:
Andrew Robinson
Broadcast Information
PBS Kids Premiere:
June 8, 2001
Paired with
"One Big Wish"

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do is the second segment of the fifth episode of the second season of Dragon Tales.

Summary[]

Max and Ord work on a school project together and both want to take it home at the same time, but have arguments because they are having a hard time on learning how to take turns on who takes the school project home first.

Plot[]

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Cast[]

Transcript[]

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (transcript)

Memorable Quotes[]

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Home Video release[]

VHS[]

DVD[]

Goofs[]

  • After Zak splits the "what do you call it" in two with his firebreath to stop Max and Ord fighting about who takes it home first, the crystal from the sparkling sand and the wrecking ball are located at the wrong spots since the crystal should have in the same spot as the sparkling sand and the wrecking ball was now too separate from the tower that it wrecked.

Notes and Trivia[]

  • This is the third and last time Max has an antagonist role in the show. The first time being "The Fury Is Out On This One," and the second time being "No Hitter."
  • This is also the second time Max and Ord fight about something. The first time being "Remember The Pillow Fort," arguing about which color was the best color of pillows to build the fort.
  • This is one of the rare times where both Zak and Wheezie get equally annoyed with someone other than each other.
  • This is the only episode where the same character cries twice, each for a different reason, that character being Ord.
    • The first time, it's because Max accidentally stepped on his foot.
    • The second time, it's because splitting the boys' group project made it not work, leaving him with nothing to show his mother.
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