Based on the game Rock'em Sock'em Robots Aurora voiced by Laraine Newman — A telescope belonging to Henry, who speaks in 60's hippie lingo and walks on her tripod.
The night she came out of the box Episode: Awesome Guy voiced by David Boat — A toy superhero that belongs to Donny, he had to rescue Lambie from a tree, but there was a problem with his legs, Doc wanted to give him a checkup, but he didn't want to get one, and later Stuffy had an idea to sneak him in, Doc found out the problem, his legs were put on the wrong way, so when Doc fixed them he was back in action.
Bella voiced by Julianne Buescher — A ballerina like Lambie, only she's human and wears a blue outfit and speaks in a Russian accent. She accidentally cracked her leg after a leap, and had to have it put in a cast, but she found lots to do whilst she waited for it to heal.
Ben had to be fixed when his Velcro sticker ripped off and he got separated from Anna overnight. Ben and Anna is a playful spoof on the word "Banana". Boomer voiced by Dave B. Mitchell — The soccer ball that belongs to Emmie.
He was flat due to a leak, but was scared of the needle in the air pump Doc had to use. Boppy voiced by James Arnold Taylor — The blue inflatable punching bag shaped like a dogwho usually can't be knocked down.
He found himself losing air after a rosebush popped him, and was taken in by Doc for patching and reinflation This scene is used as part of each show's opening until Season 4. Based on inflatable bopping toys Bronty voiced by Jeffrey Nicholas Brown — A Brontosaurus toy from the Tank Toy Graabber crane machine in which Donny won who loves to runs around and to swim.
She stopped blowing bubbles when Alma accidentally filled her with paste instead of bubble soap. Buddy voiced by Jess Harnell — A dump truck toy that belongs to Donny.
Buddy is Riggo's best friend. Based on the Buddy-L line of toy trucks. Choo-Choo Train — A wooden toy train who is used either as a ambulance to move the smaller injured toys or as a get away vehicle for the Wicked King.
Dress-Up Daisy voiced by Amy Sedaris — A fashion Doll that once belong to Katherine when she was Doc's age and was presumed lost after a gust of wind took her away while wearing a parachutist outfit. Frida Fairy voiced by Sutton Foster — A cute toy fairy kite who thinks she's a real, magical fairy.
She had a ripped leg, so when Doc fixed it, she decided to take her home. Orville voiced by Sam Riegel and Wilbur voiced by David Kaufman — A pair of rubber band powered gliders who love to fly.
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Names of Orville and Wilbur are named after the Wright Brothers who invented the airplane in Glo-Bo voiced by Jim Belushi — A toy monster with six arms, he is a friendly toy monster with a joyful personality. Neglected for several weeks when Donny got a new train, Glo-Bo consulted Doc about his lost ability to glow in the dark. He also inadvertently spread a rash which was really blue paint to lots of toys, including Chilly.
Parts of her are made of leather. Gustave voiced by Stephen Stanton — A green plastic alligator with a Cajun accent and appetite for marbles. Doc had to empty his stomach after Donny added extra marbles to the game and Gustave wound up overstuffed. He once lost an arm after a rough run-in with Rudi the puppy. Horsey — A toy horse on wheels which Sir Kirby rides on.
Horsey was also in "Dusty Bear" as Stuffy's horse when he pretended to be a Cowboy. Her problem was having frail legs and being stuck in her box from her long flight from Tokyo, Japan but Doc McStuffins helped her exercise.
Donny put him in the pile of toys that he doesn't play with anymore because he didn't squirt out any water from his hose.
Doc refilled him with water and returned himself to Donny. He is known as an intelligent rival to Professor Hootsburg. He had trouble popping out from his box. He was scared to get a check-up, but then wasn't scary. Then Doc found out that his clothes were stuck between the cogs of the music box. Loud Louie voiced by Georgina Cordova a. When Lula is placed in the water it takes only a couple hours for her to grow, and in the end she has grown to fit in the fish tank in Doc's clinic.
Marvin Doc's rubber ducky who lost his squeaker at the water park. Melinda the Mermaid voiced by Dharbi Jens — A plastic toy mermaid that was found at the kiddie pool. She had trouble swimming because her winder-upper was stuck and she didn't take swimming lessons, so when she took them, can now swim.
Millie kept repeating words when she spoke because her disc was dirty inside her. Moo Moo voiced by Colette Whitaker — A stuffed cow belonging to Alma, who drags out her long u's when she speaks, so it sounds like she's actually mooing.
He is the timid best friend of the titular character, Winnie the Pooh. Contents [ show ] Background Piglet is shown to live in a large home in a beech tree. According to Piglet, the home once belonged to his Grandfather, who was named "Trespassers William.
Like most of the characters, he's named after his own species. According to the film's director, Wolfgang ReithermanPiglet was replaced by Gopherwhich was thought to have a more "folksy, all-American, grass-roots image. The same prototypical version of Piglet appeared with a more expandee role in Winnie the Pooh: Personality Mostly due to his small size and flimsiness, Piglet is an incredibly timid, fragile, and insecure animal. He apparently suffers from anxiety and is often seen cowering in fear in even the tamest moments.
Though he's far from the bravest animal, he has successfully come through for his friends on numerous occasions. This is mostly due to the fact that Piglet is surprisingly crafty and harbors impressive physical strength. He's also rather creative and has a massively passionate side to him, valuing his friendships around the Hundred Acre Woods above all else.
When the situation truly calls for it, Piglet is a reliable member of the team, and has been pivotal to solving their problems on various occasions throughout the franchise some notable examples being Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh and Pooh's Grand Adventure.
Physical appearance Piglet is pink all over, with darker pink ears. He is usually seen in a pink, striped jumper.
He is considered to be a "very small animal" due to him being the smallest other than Roo out of the friends. Piglet first appears in the short Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day. Piglet is seen sweeping his lawn until a strong wind blows him away.
Piglet is rescued by Poohwho holds him by the thread of Piglet's scarf. Piglet later appears during the flood. He is trapped in his home due to the flood, and so he sends out a message for help.
Meanwhile, he begins floating away on the chair he is on. Christopher Robin receives the message, and sends Owl to find Piglet. Piglet is almost killed by a massive waterfall but luckily falls into Pooh's honey pot. Piglet and Pooh finally arrive at Christopher Robin's home, where Pooh is credited with Piglet's rescue. After the flood, Eeyore mistakenly believes Piglet's home to be Owl's new home, as Owl had lost his due to the strong winds.
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Instead of correcting Eeyore, Piglet gives up his home for Owl. Christopher then throws a hero party in honor of Pooh who saved Piglet using his honey pot and Piglet for giving Owl a new home.
Piglet then goes on to live with Pooh. Piglet later appears in the segment Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too. He goes with Pooh and Rabbit during the plan to lose Tigger. Piglet, Pooh, and Rabbit become lost themselves.
When Rabbit wanders off, Piglet follows Pooh home. Later on, Piglet and Pooh are out walking, when they discover Tigger and Roo stuck in a tree. Piglet and Pooh get Christopher Robin's help in getting them down. Later, Piglet is seen bouncing alongside the others.
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Piglet first appears at his house after Christopher Robin's disappearance. He is seen climbing his tree, and explains to Pooh that he's following Christopher Robin's advise by trying to conquer his fears—in this case, his fear of heights.
Later on, Piglet and the others discover from Owl that Christopher Robin is being held captive by a vicious dinosaur-like monster in an ominous cave known as "skull". A quest to find him ensues, which Piglet fearfully joins. In one particular scene, Piglet and the others come across a scenic valley.