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  • The Doc is in and she'll fix you up

  • If you're a toy then you're in luck

  • It's okay don't be afraid

  • The Doc really knows her stuff

  • Do, do, do you know what's good for you

  • The Doc is gonna help you feel better

  • Oh, oh, oh it's the place to go

  • When you feel a little under the weather

  • Let Doc McStuffins do her thing

  • - ( giggling ) - ♪ To get your right back in the swing

  • Doc McStuffins Doc McStuffins

  • Come let the visit begin

  • The Doc is in

  • ( children giggling )

  • ( music playing )

  • Hi, everybody! Doc McStuffins here!

  • Today is a super special day.

  • And I'm so glad you all could be here.

  • We're gonna learn how taking care of ourselves is really important.

  • We'll be learning exciting new skills,

  • singing songs,

  • seeing old friends,

  • and meeting new friends, too.

  • That's my girl!

  • Doc: We're going to show you all the ways

  • you can stay healthy and have fun at the same time.

  • Because there's so much you can do

  • to take care of you.

  • Oh! I almost forgot.

  • I have something amazing to share with you.

  • If any of our new friends today say this special phrase,

  • they'll get a big surprise!

  • The special phrase is... ( drum roll )

  • "Take care of you."

  • ( laughing )

  • Now, before we meet anyone, it's always a good idea

  • to wash our hands.

  • Let's practice that now, to the "Wash Your Hands" song.

  • ( music playing )

  • Wash your hands, wash your hands

  • Soapy, sudsy, wash your hands

  • You don't want to pass germs to your friends

  • Everybody wash your hands

  • Soap and water you can't go wrong

  • Scrub as long as it takes to sing this song

  • Make them clean as they can get

  • Now dry them off and you're all set

  • Wash your hands, wash your hands

  • Scrubbily, bubbly, wash your hands

  • - ♪ You don't want to pass germs to your friends ♪ - Eww!

  • - ♪ Everybody wash your hands ♪ - All together now!

  • Everybody wash your hands

  • ( dings, gurgles )

  • Now that our hands are washed, let's meet our first new friend.

  • Are you ready to join me? Come on!

  • ( music playing )

  • Hi, Carter!

  • - Hi, Doc! - It's great to see you!

  • - Wanna tell us what you're doing today? - Oh, lots of stuff!

  • I'm playing with my toys. I had a race. I built some stuff.

  • - I drew some pictures. - ( giggles )

  • - Wow! You've been busy! - I know! I know! I know!

  • - Wanna see what I drew? - You bet!

  • So first, here's my dog, Buster.

  • - He's a golden retriever. - He's so cute!

  • Then, here is me and my brother

  • building a fort in our back yard.

  • - Wow! Amazing fort! - Last, but not least,

  • Here's your dragon, Stuffy.

  • Stuffy would love that!

  • Your drawings look fantastic!

  • Thank you. Now I wanna go ride my bike and play games.

  • But my mom says, "You should take care of you and take a break."

  • ( music playing )

  • ( gasps ) Carter! That's our special phrase!

  • - ( laughs ) - And your mom is right.

  • It's important to take a break so you don't get too tired.

  • ( sleepily ) But there's so much more I wanna do.

  • ( Doc giggles ) You remind me of my little brother, Donny.

  • One day, he was playing so much,

  • that he got tired and needed to rest and recharge.

  • So did his toys, too. Let me show you.

  • Ricardo, you haven't been going as fast as usual.

  • I'm worried something might be wrong with you.

  • You must be out of energy, just like Donny was this morning.

  • My diagnosis is no-vroom-vroom-atosis.

  • - ( sighs ) - It's when you don't have any vroom.

  • Or energy. But after you recharge,

  • you'll have plenty of energy to race.

  • Yeah, maybe I need some quiet time so I can play outside more.

  • That's right, Carter.

  • Knowing when to get rest is really important

  • to staying healthy and happy.

  • And after you're refreshed and recharged,

  • you'll be revved up and ready for more fun.

  • - ( beeps ) - I know just the song

  • to show you exactly what I mean!

  • ♪ A race car can't go fast

  • Unless he's got enough gas

  • ♪ A race car can't win-win

  • With a sleepy engine

  • Oh! Ricardo race car lost by a lap

  • Looks like he just needed a nap

  • - ♪ A race car can't get a beep-beep ♪ - Yeah!

  • Unless he gets a good sleep

  • You gotta recharge your energy

  • So, come on! Come on! Come on! Get your sleep on! ♪

  • - Shh! - Oh!

  • ( whispering ) ♪ A race car can't get a beep-beep

  • Unless he gets a good sleep

  • ( chirps )

  • And I betcha that green light means

  • Ricardo's all recharged.

  • ( mechanical heartbeat )

  • You sound all better. Now let's see how you drive.

  • Why don't you take a really fast lap around the room for me?

  • - ( engine revs ) - Whoo!

  • That's one fast car!

  • You have to get plenty of sleep to stay strong, Carter.

  • Carter?

  • ( giggles ) I guess he took our advice to get some rest.

  • Let's let him recharge while we meet some other friends.

  • Shh...

  • All right. Let's see what Reagan and Berkeley are up to.

  • They're right here on my "toy-sponder."

  • ( girls laughing )

  • Reagan? Are you there?

  • Not it!

  • Doc: Oh! ( giggles )

  • - Berkeley? - I'm gonna get you!

  • Can you see me? We're both in our back yards!

  • Oh, hi, Doc! Berkeley, hurry! It's Doc McStuffins!

  • - Hi! - Sorry, we were just playing tag.

  • - Time out! - That looks like fun!

  • It is. It's our favorite game, right, Berkeley?

  • Oh, yeah! It's the best game ever.

  • But all of this running around makes me thirsty.

  • Let's have water!

  • Looks like you both are doing the right thing to keep yourselves healthy.

  • Did you know that drinking lots of water after you've been playing

  • - is good for you? - Really?

  • - I didn't know that. - Yeah, it's called being hydrated.

  • Drinking plenty of water can help keep your body at its best.

  • It also helps you from feeling dried out and droopy.

  • ( gasps ) That reminds me of a diagnosis

  • I once gave to my friend, Lenny the fire engine.

  • Dehydrated. That's it!

  • I have a diagnosis!

  • Lenny, you have dried-out-atosis.

  • It's like when you're dehydrated.

  • Oh! Yeah! It's exactly like being dehydrated!

  • Uh, Doc? What's dehydrated again?

  • I'm asking for the Lenster, here.

  • It's when you aren't drinking enough water.

  • I didn't know drinking water was so important.

  • Oh, it is. Every day!

  • But when it's hot outside, it's even more important.

  • I'll make sure to drink a big glass of water

  • when we play outside.

  • That's great.

  • Do you think you've ever had a time

  • where you felt dehydrated and needed more water?

  • When we're at the beach,

  • we forget to have water since we're having so much fun.

  • Yeah, when we're playing in the waves and making sand castles.

  • Wow! The beach sounds like so much fun!

  • I know it's easy to forget,

  • but just remember to fill up your body with the H20 it needs before going outside.

  • That'll keep you feeling great.

  • And make playtime even more fun!

  • I love water.

  • ( refreshed sigh )

  • And sometimes even juice.

  • ( Doc giggles ) You know what? Me, too.

  • Juice is yummy, and it's okay to have sometimes.

  • But water is best for keeping you healthy and hydrated.

  • Here's how I remember.

  • All: Two, four, six, eight!

  • Everybody hydrate!

  • Water, water, water, water

  • You've got to drink way more water than you think

  • It feels so humid and hot outside

  • But we're all ready to go

  • There's lots to do and the sun is shining

  • - ♪ Bring on the H20 ♪ - That means "water"!

  • Water, water, water, water

  • Water, water, water, water

  • You gotta drink way more water than you think

  • Water, water, water, water

  • Water, water, water, water

  • You gotta drink way more water than you think

  • We're just singing 'cause you oughta

  • You gotta drink a lot more water

  • ( gurgling )

  • Do you two know how much water you should drink every day?

  • This much!

  • This much!

  • ( Doc giggles ) I think Stuffy and Chilly said the same thing.

  • Those are great guesses, but for kids like us,

  • the best way to know is to say your age.

  • Then for every year up to age eight,

  • you should drink one, eight-ounce cup of water.

  • - How old are each of you? - I'm eight, so that means

  • - I should drink eight cups. - Mm-hmm.

  • And I'm six. So I should drink six cups.

  • That's right! Every day! You two are so smart!

  • Thanks, Doc! So as long as we drink enough water while we play,

  • we can run around forever!

  • ( giggles ) Well, maybe not forever.

  • ( giggling )

  • And remember, it's also important

  • to rest and recharge to stay healthy.

  • - What should we do next? - Well, now that we're hydrated,

  • - let's go play some more! - I'll race you there!

  • - Bye! Thank you! - Bye, Reagan! Bye, Berkeley!

  • See you later! Have fun on the slide!

  • And remember to stay hydrated!

  • Okay, everyone. Isn't it fun learning

  • that taking care of ourselves

  • can come in handy in lots of ways?

  • And, we're making new friends, too!

  • Let's check in on my friend, Elias.

  • The last time I talked to him, he had a cold.

  • Have you ever had a cold?

  • Let's see how he's doing.

  • Hey, Elias! Hey, Elias' dad!

  • - Hi, Doc! It's Doc McStuffins! - I know!

  • ( giggles ) It's good to see you two!

  • I've been thinking about you since the last time we met.

  • - How's your cold, Elias? - It's all better now.

  • My dad took me to the doctor and she gave me great advice.

  • She told me to drink a lot of water.

  • - Take a lot of naps. - Mm-hmm.

  • And I didn't play with my friends

  • so I won't get germs on them.

  • - All right. - Mom and Dad always make sure I sneeze like this.

  • Ah-choo!

  • They take good care of me.

  • That's fantastic! I'm sure you missed your friends.

  • But it's really important to stay at home when you're sick.

  • I've had a cold before, too.

  • But with lots of water, plenty of rest

  • and good care from loved ones,

  • I was feeling better in no time.

  • Ah-choo! Ugh. Thanks.

  • Now, you lie back and rest and we'll take care of everything.

  • Mm.

  • I was so proud of him for following the doctor's advice

  • and taking it easy, even if he wanted to play and see his friends.

  • - And he was better before you knew it. - Wow!

  • Way to go, Elias! You did everything right.

  • A cold can sometimes last a week.

  • But you took care of yourself,