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Dottie "Doc" McStuffins is a nurturing 6-year-old girl who cares for stuffed animals and toys in her playhouse clinic. When she puts on her stethoscope, something magical happens -- toys, dolls and stuffed animals come to life and she can communicate with them. Like any good doctor, Doc has assistants helping her at her clinic. Her stuffed animal friends who assist Doc include exceedingly proud dragon Stuffy, cuddly best friend Lambie and caring hippo nurse Hallie. Whether it's loose stitching, low batteries or a blow-up toy that has sprung a leak, Doc and her friends are there to fix up the stuffed animals and toys.

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aired 46 days ago
Young Doc McStuffins continues to care for stuffed animals and toys with her magical stethoscope, which brings the inanimate objects to life. Now, though, she's doing it in a different location and in a more professional environment. When Doc's grandmother transports her to McStuffinsville, the youngster becomes the chief resident at McStuffins Toy Hospital, where she performs her magic on the toys rather than doing it in her playhouse clinic like she used to. Even though Doc's practice has been significantly expanded, she remains committed to fixing what ails her patients.
aired 128 days ago
Chilly makes himself lots of appointments but then realizes he's healthy and doesn't need so many check-ups.
aired 277 days ago
Doc talks about spreading germs when sneezing.
aired 449 days ago
aired 455 days ago
Teddy B has a rose thorn stuck in his tummy; the importance of telling the doctor right away if something is hurting.
aired 553 days ago
When Chilly loses some of his stuffing, Doc gives him fluff from another toy to try and fill him back up.
aired 555 days ago
Six-year-old Dottie communicates with and heals stuffed animals and toys out of her backyard clinic.
aired 556 days ago
Star foosball player Johnny gets stuck upside down and he thinks he looks weak.
aired 557 days ago
Flora is invited to the McStuffins toy ball by Doc and her toys; Flora overcomes her fear of leaving her box.
aired 558 days ago
Doc diagnoses Serpent Sam.
aired 559 days ago
An airplane pilot's joints become rusty, so Doc and the toys help Bessie Coleman to get back into shape.
aired 562 days ago
Doc gets a Japanese doll whose legs aren't working properly; she realizes that the doll needs exercise.
aired 562 days ago
Chilly gets accidentally washed with Doc's red scarf and turns pink.
aired 564 days ago
Lambie plays with Doc's new pink kitchen play set without permission, and accidentally breaks it and injures herself.
aired 571 days ago
A toy helicopter is broken; Doc removes the stick that's jammed into it.
aired 578 days ago
Delloroto, a Super Amazing Ultra Hopper, tries to jump as high as his brothers. Doc discovers he is shorter than the others.
aired 579 days ago
Princess Persephone challenges Sir Kirby to a playoff competition.
aired 584 days ago
When Doc has a sleepover with the toys, Sir Kirby decides they need a knight to defend them; Doc realizes that Kirby is afraid of the dark.
aired 586 days ago
Dress-Up Daisy becomes stuck in a tree; Doc takes the mobile clinic to get her down.
aired 587 days ago
Oooey Gablooey, an alien starfish toy, gets a puncture and blue goo starts coming out of him.
aired 590 days ago
Henry's having trouble with his new Karate Kangaroos.

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