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Karaoke Katie's Opening Night
Season 4, Episode 9B
Karaoke katie's opening night end
Air date September 30, 2016
Written by Jeffrey King
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"Karaoke Katie's Opening Night" is the second segment of the one-hundred and first episode of the Disney Junior series Doc McStuffins, which premiered on September 30, 2016.

SummaryEdit

The toys learn about bedside manner as they take care of Karaoke Katie, a doll who is disappointed about having to cancel her show because her batteries won't hold a charge.

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QuotesEdit

Professor Hootsburgh: Students, today's lesson will be about bedside manner.
Stuffy: Bedside manor? Is that like a big mansion full of pillows, or something?
Chilly: My bedside manner is usually sleeping.
Doc: (Giggles) No. Today you're going to be learning how to talk and act around patients while they're staying in the hospital.
Professor Hootsburgh: Precisely. Studies show that a patient's happiness and comfort are just as important as their health.

Lambie: Doc! Doc!
Doc: What is it guys?
Lambie: I think Katie might need more cheering up then our other patients.
Stuffy: She's bluer than a-a... help me out here, Hallie.
Hallie: Bluer than a bear buried in a big basket of blueberries.
Stuffy: Oh-oh, yeah!

Doc: I think we found the perfect patient for Hootsburgh's assignment. Can I count on you to cheer Katie up while Hallie and I go into surgery?
Stuffy: Of course. Just call me super Stuffy. My sidekicks and I are ready to do our best.
Lambie: Sidekicks?
Stuffy: Oh, (laughs), I meant fellow med students.

TriviaEdit

  • Diagnoses: Stretched Arm-atude, Chargeless Chargies
  • Toys that debut in this episode: Karaoke Katie
  • Doc, Stuffy, Lambie, Chilly and Hallie sing the last line of "I Feel Better" along with Katie.

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