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Itty Bitty Bess Takes Flight
Season 3, Episode 2A
Bessie Coleman
Air date July 16, 2015
Written by Kerri Grant
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"Itty Bitty Bess Takes Flight" is the first segment of the sixty-third episode of the Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins, which premiered on July 16, 2015.

SummaryEdit

Doc and the toys help a tiny tin airplane pilot named Bess, a historical toy created in the likeness of the famous African-American female pilot, Bessie Coleman, get back into shape after her joints become rusty.

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QuotesEdit

Hallie: Those stunts sound more thrilling than a teeter totter trampoline.
Stuffy: Yeah. Can you show us some?
Itty Bitty Bess: Either I can show you stunts, or my name isn't Itty Bitty Bess.
Chilly: Great. And that is your name, right?
Itty Bitty Bess: You'd better believe it.

Chilly: Are planes from a long time ago supposed to sound like monsters?
Stuffy: Ah, sure they are. Everybody knows that.

Itty Bitty Bess: I thought only doctors gave checkups.
Chilly: Doc is a doctor.
Lambie: And a baa-rilliant one for stuffed animals and toys.
Itty Bitty Bess: Be still, my heart. There weren't a lot of African-American doctors around in my day, especially girls.
Hallie: Well, there are now, sugar.
Itty Bitty Bess: Things sure have changed. I like modern times.

Doc: I'm gonna give you an x-ray.
Itty Bitty Bess: What in the dickens is an x-ray?
Doc: It lets doctors see things in your body that are hard to see with just your eyes.
Itty Bitty Bess: Wow! Modern times are the bee's knees!

Itty Bitty Bess: Modern times are the bee's knees and the cat's pajamas all rolled up into one!
Stuffy: Cats in pajamas? Ha ha, funny. But where do their tails go?

TriviaEdit

  • Diagnosis: Acute-rusty-atrophy
  • Toys that debut in this episode: Itty Bitty Bess

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