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Have No Fear
Season: 2
Production code: 6b
Broadcast number: 6b
Written by:
Nancy Neufeld Callaway
Broadcast Information
PBS Kids Premiere:
June 18, 2001
Paired with
"A New Friend"

Have No Fear is the second segment of the sixth episode of the second season of Dragon Tales.


Ord is afraid of BeeBee, Cassie's pet Butterfrog. But when BeeBee flies away, Ord must overcome his fear and come to her rescue.


Max is trying to find something to bring for show and tell at the School in the Sky, but he can't. Luckily for him, Emmy has something special: a special fruit called a pomegranate.

Once Max and Emmy arrive in Dragon Land, they have appeared in the School in the Sky, where Ord hugs them, telling them they are just in time. Cassie shushes him because Zak and Wheezie are in the middle of their show and tell: they are showing pictures of their family and telling about them.

When it is Max and Emmy's turn, Emmy reveals her pomegranate, which Max mistakenly gets wrong in saying (he switches syllables 1 and 3), but Emmy corrects him. Quetzal halves it with his finger claw to show the insides.



Have No Fear (transcript)

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Notes and Trivia[]

  • Moral: As Sid so puts it, courage is about going out on a limb, even when you're afraid.
  • It is mentioned that Zak and Wheezie aren't the only conjoined twins in their family. Among others are cousins named Hunky and Dory. They also have a great-grandfather Twist and grandmothers named Shout, Tuck, and Roll (the last two may or may not be a reference to the pillbugs in Disney and Pixar's film A Bug's Life).
  • Speaking of Great-Grandpa Twist, he bears a lot of resemblance to the eventual design of Zak and Wheezie's father, and the female lavender dragon next to him looks like what their mother would look like.
  • The only difference is that in the family picture, all of the adults have their heads and faces shown.