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Express Yourself
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Season: 3
Production code: 9a
Broadcast number: 9a
Written by:
Jana King Kalichman
Broadcast Information
PBS Kids Premiere:
March 4, 2005
Paired with
"A Snowman For All Seasons (2005 broadcast)"

Express Yourself is the ninth episode of the third season of Dragon Tales.

Summary[]

Enrique nicknames Cassie "pinky" since she mostly comes in the color pink, which reminds him of his cousin Rosa, but she does not like the nickname because it reminds her of a mean dragon in school who used to bully her. However, she is too shy to express her feelings to him.

Plot[]

TBA

Cast[]

Transcript[]

Memorable Quotes[]

  • Polly: My uncle Stratus is sick, and I need to bring him some of my homemade cloud custard. It's the only thing that's sure to make him feel better.
  • Wheezie: It’ll be a breeze! Get it? Breeze?
  • Zak: [unamused] We get it, but we wish we didn’t have to.
  • Cassie: A mean dragon in school used to tease me. He called me "pinky shrinky" all the time.
  • Cassie: Enrique, may I please talk to you alone?
  • Enrique: Claro que sí. (Of course.)
  • Cassie: I know you really like the nickname "Pinky," because it makes you think about your cousin.
  • Enrique: You'd really like her, Pinky.
  • Cassie: Yes, well, the thing is, when you call me that, it makes me think about a mean dragon who used to tease me.
  • Enrique: Oh. Really? I didn't know.
  • Cassie: So, um, could you please not call me that name anymore?
  • Enrique: Of course, Cassie. I understand.
  • Cassie: I hope I didn't hurt your feelings.
  • Enrique: No way. I hope I didn't hurt yours.
  • [They hug.]

Goofs[]

  • When Windy helps blowing the cloud away, Max’s voice can be heard cheering with the others. However, he and Ord don’t arrive until moments afterward.

Notes and Trivia[]

  • Morals:
    • If someone says or does something to you that you don’t like, tell him or her how you feel, even if you know he or she is not saying or doing it to be mean.
    • There are many ways to express how you feel, either by art or by using your words. Choose a way that works best for you.
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