What a Quack
Season 4, Episode 22B
What a Quack
Air date August 5, 2017
Written by Kerri Grant
Episode guide
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"What a Quack" is the second segment of the one-hundred and fourteenth episode of the Disney Junior show Doc McStuffins, which premiered on August 5, 2017.


A toy duck tries fixing other toys without the proper training.




Hallie: What's going on out here? It's busier than a beehive bingo.
Chilly: Toys are coming in, lots of toys. It's an epidemic of mystery boo-boos!
Lambie: These boo-boos look pretty baa-nanas!
Chilly: Oh, whatever happened to the good old days of stuck winder-uppers and ripped seams?
Doc: This is strange. We need to find out what's going on. But first, we've got a bunch of toys to fix.

Stuffy: You're all unwrapped, Bronty.
Bronty: Oh, oh, thank you so for taking all the itches away.
Stuffy: Hey, hey, that's what I'm here for.

Lambie: What if we go out to find Quackson and bring her back here so you can talk to her?
Doc: Great idea. And since we still have toys to fix, Hallie and I can stay here. Thanks, guys.

Lambie: Oh, hi there. We're toy med students at the McStuffins Toy Hospital. A couple of toys said you're the duck who tried to fix them.
Quackson: You heard right. I love fixing toys. And if I do say so myself, I'm quite quack-tastic at it.
Chilly: Are you a toy doctor?
Quackson: Oh, no, I'm not a doctor. I'm a toy-fixing duck. Who needs a doc when you've got a duck like me?

Stuffy: Quackson, we're glad you like fixing toys, but we're not sure about some of your ehh... Diagnoses.

Lambie: (About Quackson) She tricked us.
Chilly: Twice in a row.
Stuffy: Follow that duck!

Lambie: Follow that duck!
Stuffy: Hey, that's my line!

Quackson: You're a doctor?
Lambie: She's afraid of doctors.
Doc: It's okay. Lots of people are scared when they come to see a doctor.
Quackson: They are?
Hallie: But the important thing to remember is that doctors are here to help.

Doc: Did your foot get twisted around when you fell off the snowboard?
Quackson: No, it's been like that for a long time. Ever since my foot fell off.
Stuffy, Lambie and Chilly: Your foot fell of?!
Hallie: Well, why didn't you come to the hospital, sugar?
Quackson: (Sigh) Well, if I had my quackers about me, I would've, but the truth is, I'm scared of doctors, and I always have been. So I just started fixing myself. And that's when I got the idea to fix other toys, too.
Stuffy: But you put it on backwards.
Quackson: Well, I didn't say I was perfect.

Quackson: It must make you feel great to help toys feel good like this.
Doc: Oh, believe me, it does.
Quackson: (Sighs) That's what I was trying to do. Help toys, not hurt them.
Lambie: We know the feeling. On our first day in the hospital, we wanted to help, too.
Chilly: But we just made things worse, because we didn't have the right training.
Stuffy: That's why we became med students, so we could learn to be doctors.
Lambie: (Gasp) Ooh! I just got a baa-rilliant idea. We could help Quackson get the right training. She could be a med student just like us.
Doc: That's a great idea. You can learn to fix toys the right way. Would you like that?
Quackson: You'd take me as a med student?! Even though I made all those toy boo-boos worse?
Hallie: Sugar, we love toys who love helping toys.
Quackson: Well, then, I have just one question. When can I start?!
(Everyone laughs)
Stuffy: You can start learning right now. Just come with us, and you could watch as we fix all the toys in the E.R.
Quackson: Ah, let me think about it. Yes!

Chilly: (About Quackson) Wow, she's gonna make a duck-tastic toy ducktor. Oh, I mean doctor. (Everyone laughs)


  • Diagnosis: Backward Twisty Ducky Footsies
  • Toys that debut in this episode: Quackson
  • Stuffy, Lambie and Chilly reference their first day in the toy hospital from "First Day of Med School" when talking to Quackson.


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