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Give Zak A Hand
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Season: 2
Production code: 20b
Broadcast number: 20b
Written by:
Nancy Neufeld Callaway
Broadcast Information
PBS Kids Premiere:
September 14, 2001
Paired with
"Just For Laughs"

Give Zak A Hand is the second segment of the twentieth episode of the second season of Dragon Tales.


The dragon friends tell Max and Emmy that they are invited to Spike's spring fiesta, but Zak has a boo-boo on his wrist when he falls down while running around the house, since Wheezie forgot to put her roller skate away, and worries he won't be able to do anything. Luckily, the others help him learn to use it by thinking of how to do things differently.





Give Zak A Hand (transcript)

Memorable Quotes[]

  • Zak: Can I take a turn?
  • Wheezie: But what about your boo-boo? You can't use it to pick up that basket.

Home Video release[]



  • When the gang is flying in the wind after Ord warns them of a bumpy ride, and when they fly down from the sky to retrieve Cassie's basket (before they are shown landing), Zak's bandage is gone.
  • This goof happens again when Cassie makes way to try and retrieve it, and again when Ord does the same.

Notes and Trivia[]

  • Morals:
    • Even though you can't use one particular part of your body, it doesn't mean you can't have fun.
    • It's good to try things in a different way if you can't do them like you do them normally.
  • The children's song "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" is sung throughout the episode.
  • Cassie wears the same flower headdress from "Cassie Loves A Parade," except in this episode, she wears it throughout the episode.
  • This is the last episode to feature the Columbia TriStar Television Logo at the end before getting renamed to Sony Pictures Television.
  • It is also the last episode to air in 2001.


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