Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat

Season 1 Episode 26

Luck Be a Bat / Tea For Two

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Aired Weekdays 3:30 PM Apr 01, 2002 on PBS
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Luck Be a Bat / Tea For Two
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#12601 Luck Be a Bat Fu-Fu is captured by Tai-Tai. And she's not planning to let him go, since Bats are supposed to be lucky. Sagwa helps him escape. Of course, this means he should never show himself in the palace again. But he shows up anyway, thinly disguised as a bird. In the meantime, Tai-Tai is now actively hunting Fu-Fu down - for a week straight. Fu-Fu has a close encounter with Tai-Tai again. But Tai-Tai proves once again that her name fits her - she fails to recognize Fu-Fu!. At the end, Tai-Tai thinks things over, and decides in the end that bats are supposed to live free. She finally finds Fu-Fu, and forgets her words, but her daughters reminds her, and she lets Fu-Fu go, and declares that bats are welcome at the palace. The end. #10602 Tea For Two The magistrate is on the lookout for new variants of tea leaves. Cook tells him about this one variant that only grows on the cliffs. So he calls in a master tea-picker. Turns out that he uses trained monkeys to get the leaves for him. The monkeys start getting all the attention, and Dongwa and the sleeve dogs are getting ticked off by that. So they sabotage the monkey's bag. Meanwhile, Sheegwa's interested in the monkeys. She spots a hole in the bags, and sends the monkeys back. She then climbs up to get the leaves herself. In the meantime, The rest of the gang's looking for Sheegwa. They eventually find her at the trees, in danger. So, they set out to find the monkeys. Dongwa admits that he's the one who sabotaged the bags, and the monkeys save Sheegwa. But they still have to leave, though. No problem - by this time next year the Foolish Magistrate would want his tea fix again.moreless

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