|Queen of Thrones|
|Season 3, Episode 8B|
|Air date||August 21, 2015|
|Written by||Kerri Grant|
Stuffy & Squibbles
Three Goats A'Cuddlin'
After the King and Queen’s castle falls down, Queen Amina steps up to lead the rebuilding efforts and some of the other toys refer to her as “bossy,” which Doc quickly dismisses while imparting an important lesson to the other toys about name-calling.
- Laya DeLeon Hayes as Doc McStuffins
- Lara Jill Miller as Lambie
- Robbie Rist as Stuffy
- Loretta Devine as Hallie
- Jess Harnell as Chilly and The Wicked King
- Kimberly Brooks as Dr. McStuffins
- Rob Paulsen as Sir Kirby
- Dee Bradley Baker as Niles
- Grey DeLisle-Griffin as Dress-up Daisy
- Lucinda Clare as Queen Amina
Doc: Round and round the thrones they go, where they stop in musical thrones no toy knows.
Stuffy: I know. I can't take the suspense.
Doc: (to Stuffy) Are you okay?
The Wicked King: Who cares about the dragon? (Hallie glares at him) Okay, okay, we all care about the dragon. But since he's made of plush and we know he's fine, let's focus on the important thing shall we. Like my castle, and the fact that it's ruined.
Queen Amina: Don't you mean our castle?
The Wicked King: I really don't.
Hallie: (about going under the bed) Ooh, child you won't catch me under there.
Doc: Why not?
Lambie: Baad things happen to toys under the bed.
Dress Up Daisy: Rips, dirt, stinky socks, it's a fashion no-no under there.
Stuffy: I've heard some toys go under and never come out.
Doc: You guys hurt Queen Amina's feelings when you called her bossy.
The Wicked King: It wasn't my intention to hurt her feelings. But she was, oh what's the word, bossing us around.
Doc: Bossy isn't a nice thing to call someone. And what I see Queen Amina doing is being a great leader.
Lambie: She's an amazing leader. Just like Doc. I mean look what happened when she wasn't here to tell us what to do.
The Wicked King: Well, I hadn't thought of it that way.
- Diagnosis: Leader-Not-Appreciated-itis Blues
- This is the second time Queen Amina got a bad case.
- This is the second time "Hey What's Going On" was slowed down.
- The title is a reference to the HBO drama show "Game of Thrones".