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Knuck Knuck, Who's Where?
Season: 2
Production code: 9a
Broadcast number: 9a
Written by:
Ronnie Krauss
Broadcast Information
PBS Kids Premiere:
June 21, 2001
Paired with
"Just Desserts"

Knuck Knuck, Who's Where? is the first segment of the ninth episode of the second season of Dragon Tales.


After the Giant of Nod takes two of Cassie’s pick-up sticks, she and Emmy go to get them back, but end up getting lost in the Knuckerhole tunnels. Can Emmy and Cassie find their way back home?





Knuck Knuck, Who's Where? (transcript)

Memorable Quotes[]

  • Emmy: Cassie has something to show me. Right, Cassie?
  • Cassie: Uh huh.


  • TBA

Notes and Trivia[]

  • Morals:
    • When exploring a new place, leave a trail behind so you don’t get lost.
    • If you do get lost, try to remember what you saw before to help you find your way back.
  • The episode title is a play on the wording of "Knock Knock" jokes.
  • This is the first time Cassie's stomach growled since it usually happens to Ord.
  • This is the second episode where Cassie brings up the Brothers Grimm's fairy tale "Hansel and Gretel" (the first time being "Four Little Pigs"), as she mentions that the two protagonists left pebbles. Actually, only Hansel did it. Later, he would do the same with crumbs from his share of bread that his wicked stepmother gave him and Gretel, but this time, it didn't work because a flock of birds had eaten them all, leaving Gretel to share her bread with him.
    • This also marks the second animated work in which a little girl voiced by Andrea Libman is involved in doing such a thing; previously, in Madeline: Lost in Paris (released in 1999, which was the year this program started airing), Madeline does the same by leaving most of her late mother's beads while she was being taken away, and later, fellow captive Fifi asks if it was like in "Hansel and Gretel," and Madeline says it is exactly like that.