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Eggs Over Easy
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Season: 1
Production code: 10a
Broadcast number: 10a
Written by:
Cliff Ruby
Elana Lesser
Broadcast Information
PBS Kids Premiere:
September 24, 1999
Paired with
"A Liking To Biking"

Eggs Over Easy is the first segment of the tenth episode of the first season of Dragon Tales.

Summary[]

Cyrus the Slinky Serpent steals a Rhyme Bird egg and Cassie feels bad that she did not speak up when needed.

Plot[]

TBA

Cast[]

Trancript[]

Eggs Over Easy (transcript)

Memorable Quotes[]

  • Ord: I don't smell anything.

Home Video release[]

  • N/A

Goofs[]

  • TBA

Notes and Trivia[]

  • Moral: If you feel that something shady is going on, speak up. Your voice might make a difference.
  • This is the second episode where the playroom isn't seen in the end. The first episode is "The Fury Is Out On This One." The third episode is "It Happened One Nightmare," & the fourth and last episode is "To Fly With A New Friend, Pt. 1."
    • This is, however, the last such episode with a villain. Interestingly, both this episode and "The Fury Is Out On This One" had a male villain.
  • The mother rhyme bird is voiced by Chantal Strand, just like Cassie, and she is the only rhyme bird to speak in full sentences, and only use two words that rhyme in the process, instead of just saying three rhyming words in a row like most of them do, or to say a sentence without rhyming.
  • The reason for Cassie not speaking up when needed was because Wheezie laughed at her for suggesting that Ord use two bats, just because there was only one ball.
  • Emmy and Max were farther from the camera than usual when reciting the rhyme to enter Dragon Land, and are in the lower left of the screen instead of dead center. The music cue is also different.
  • In cooking talk, "over easy" is when the egg whites are cooked softly, and the yolks are still runny.
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