Dragon Tales

Season 1 Episode 39

To Do or Not To Do / Much Ado About Nodlings

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 AM Apr 27, 2000 on PBS
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To Do or Not To Do / Much Ado About Nodlings
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"To Do or Not To Do"
Cassie, the dragons, Emmy and Max have been playing an ill-advised ball game in a grove of trees. Cassie didn't want to play there becuas they could lose ball. It does indeed get lost, in the belly of a beast called a Dragonocerous. Pretty soon, everyone else except Cassie is stuck inside too. She has a great idea for getting them out, but finds herself giving in to trying everyone else's solutions for the problem.

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"Much Ado About Nodlings"
Max ruins the wagon of a group of a tiny nodlings and incurs the wrath of the Giant of Nod. He wants Max to set the situation right, but can Max do it?moreless

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Zak: Please don't tell me we're really in the stomach of a giant Dragonocerous!
        Glimmer: Honey, you're really in the stomach of a giant Dragonocerous.
        Zak: I told you not to tell me that!

      • Cassie: We're playing no-claws dragonball. Wanna try?
        Wheezie: You can hit the ball with any part of your body, except your claws.
        Max: That'll be cinchy, since we don't have claws!
        Zak: Ah-ah-ah! You can't hit it with your hands either!
        Emmy: It's just like soccer.
        Ord: Right! Uh-huh! You got it! Uh, what's soccer?

    • NOTES (6)

      • Zak: Please don't tell me we're really in the stomach of a giant Dragonocerous!
        Glimmer: Honey, you're really in the stomach of a giant Dragonocerous.
        Zak: I told you not to tell me that!


         


        This is a take on Don Adams' trademark "Don't tell me / I asked you not to tell me that" routine from the 1960's spy comedy Get Smart.


         

      • The titles of these stories are word-plays on elements of Shakespeare. "To Do or Not To Do" is a word-play of the famous beginning of Hamlet's "To Be or Not To Be" sililoquy, while "Much Ado About Nodlings" is a word-play of the title of Shakspeare's play "Much Ado About Nothing."

      • "Much Ado About Nodlings" is the third of five episodes on the "Let's Share! Let's Play!" Dragon Tales DVD and the last of three episodes on the video "Do the Right Thing."

      • You can view a video clip from "To Do Or Not To Do" courtesy of the PBSKids "Dragon Tales" website.

      • During Cassie Week, "To Do or Not Do" airs with "Bully For You" as the first half of episode #105W. The Dragon Tune for that episode is "Shake Your Dragon Tail."

      • Dragon Tunes: "Silly Song"

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