Dragons: Rescue Riders (2019) s01e04 Episode Script

Where There's Smoke

1 Everybody needs a hero Someone to save the day We've got a wing to ride on We are the bold and brave Look to the sky and you will find us High above the world Racing through the sky High above the world We rescue and we ride There's nothing we can't do Together we can't lose We're high above the world Great work.
That might've been our toughest mission yet.
And most fun.
Fun? I almost thought someone was gonna have to rescue us.
The thrill of the chase, the excitement of closing in on your target.
Slippery as an eel, fast as a wolf.
As tricky as A me! But we got him.
Awesome! [laughs.]
Hey, Mrs.
Borgomon! We found little Finngard.
Oh, thank you, Dak and Leyla.
It was Cutter who spotted him.
He's a Relentless Razorwing.
- They have amazing eyesight.
- Oh, really? Thank you very much, Cutter.
- He understood that, right? - I think so.
- He definitely understood that.
- But I'm not sure how lost Finngard was.
- Whatever do you mean? - This is the fourth time - we've rescued him.
- This week.
He may just be in it - for the dragon rides.
- My Finngard wouldn't do such a thing.
- Shall we go, dear? - [gasps, then giggles.]
See you tomorrow.
[grunts, then laughs.]
So, race back to the Roost? - Why not? - He's faster than all of us, that's why not.
- Speed is only one factor in a race.
- It's the most important because we always win.
- Dak! Leyla! - What is it? I need your help right away.
- What'd he say? - He said you can count on us.
I wish I could speak dragon like you.
Or lizard.
Or sheep.
Baa! Baa? - [clears throat.]
Baa, baa, baa - You needed our help with something? Oh, yes.
Remember when you moved all those sheep from the south side? - To keep them away from the wolves.
- We put them up - on the northern pastures instead.
Why? - Because I'm afraid - they might be in danger there, too.
- [Dak.]
Fires? Can you put out those fires to protect our sheep? - We're on it.
- We're on it.
Racing will have to wait.
Let's fly, team! Baa! Baa, baa, baa! Still nothing.
[sheep bleating.]
There they are! Poor sheep! - What could have caused those fires? - [Dak.]
Who knows? We got some rescuing to do.
Time to wing it! While Dak and Winger stop the sheep stampede, the rest of us can put out the fires.
[Burple spits.]
- Those rocks from Finngard came in handy.
- Nice shot! Almost as nice as this.
Hey! Sheep! Stop! We're here to help! - They're headed straight for the cliff! - [Winger.]
No! Good sheep, good sheep! Time to relax! [Leyla.]
Dak! [gasps.]
- That was close.
- Do I wanna know how close? Let's say my feet are wet.
Thanks, pal.
Good job, everybody.
Who didn't fall off a cliff.
[Burple and Cutter laughing.]
- Looks like our work here is done.
- Rescue Riders for the win! Wing it in! Let's fly back to the Roost.
I said fly! Not race! - Every time.
- [both laugh.]
Hey, is that Magnus Finke? What's he doing down there? Oh, if you primitive animals only knew the great honor you're about to receive.
In a few seconds, you will be the first to go from wooly mess, to a perfectly shorn sheep, thanks to my new Automatic Sheep De-Woolifying Machine! [buzzing noises and bleating.]
Perhaps a few minor adjustments.
Perfect, perfect.
In you go.
What's wrong? Don't you want to be part of sheep-shearing history? Looks like Magnus could use a little help.
I should go lend him a wing.
- You know Magnus doesn't like us.
- This is my chance to change that.
By helping him get that sheep in his machine.
Get in there, you walking pile of pillow stuffing.
Hey! Whoops.
Look what you've done! You've ruined my experiment! Get away from me, you winged weasel! I don't think you changed - how he feels about us.
- Yeah, I did.
Now he likes us even less.
[groans, then yells.]
[rooster crows.]
- [Summer.]
Breakfast is served.
- I call dibs on one of those big ones.
Dak, you're gonna try raw fish for breakfast, again? Don't look at me.
I tried to talk him out of it.
We dragons prefer our fish raw.
You're not a dragon, Dak.
Still tastes great to me.
Should we save him or let him finish this time? I vote save.
It's too hard to watch.
Sure you don't want some, Dak? Maybe just a little.
- Thanks, sis.
- Anybody else? - Raw tastes better.
- Burple.
- He's got four stomachs and eats rocks.
- No, thanks.
And I don't eat rocks.
- I store them for later, so I can do this.
- Would've been cooler - if you hit that target.
- I know.
- We need more target practice.
- [Magnus.]
You also need - fire-putting-out practice.
- What are you talking about? - The fires are back.
- We put them out yesterday.
- How could they be back? - We all know the answer to that.
Because of him.
- Huh? - Cutter? No way.
Scaring sheep is the kind of trouble he would cause.
- Not true.
- Oh, really? He scared a sheep I was trying to load into my Automatic Sheep De-Woolifying Machine.
- What? - One of my brilliant inventions.
Too complicated to explain to simpletons.
It's a machine that takes the wool off of sheep.
More or less.
Point is, he scared away my sheep.
Cutter, is any of this true? - He didn't do it on purpose.
- So he says.
He's a known troublemaker.
He poked those holes - in the town bathtub.
- It's a bathtub.
He was taking a bath.
And those wooden walls were very flimsy.
He cut all the shrubs in my garden into this.
Okay, that he did on purpose.
In his defense, he was just trying - to beautify your garden.
- At worst, a harmless prank.
Harmless? Where there's smoke, there's a bad dragon.
A bad dragon that sets fires to scare sheep, - and that has to go.
- [Dak.]
What? Chief, you can't be considering this.
I've always liked Cutter, but if he did set those fires Whoa, this is a tough one.
- He didn't do it.
- And we'll prove it.
- That'd make my decision easier.
- We're gonna put out those fires.
And prove Cutter didn't start them, by finding out who or what did.
A fool's errand, if ever I heard one.
That reminds me.
Gotta pick up my laundry.
Wait for me! Let's save some sheep.
We're wings up in five.
If we're going to be fighting fires again, I better fill up with water.
A liquid breakfast for me.
- You okay? - I didn't set those fires.
- We know that.
- Of course we do.
At least you believe me.
- You guys ready? - Yep.
I'm rocked and loaded.
- Cutter? - I'm not going.
Why should I? We always fly together.
We're the good guys.
Not according to Magnus.
I'm the bad guy.
Why help if they don't trust me? Don't listen to Magnus.
We gotta go now.
- With or without you, Cutter.
- I guess it's without.
I'll miss you, buddy.
Here we go again.
Ready? Put out the fires.
Summer and I will figure out what's starting them.
Come on, Burps.
Let's wing it.
So, could it be natural causes? Lightning strikes? I don't think so.
This line is too straight.
- Someone is doing this on purpose.
- And relighting them when we put them out.
- Which means - They could be nearby.
Watching us.
Look! Both lines lead to the same place.
- [grunting.]
- [Summer.]
A-ha! - The true culprit is revealed.
- And it's a dragon? [groans.]
- Hey, you! - Huh? Stop! - [laughs.]
Gotta do better than that! - Whoa! [bleating.]
Cut that out! I can't! You can, and you will! Wait.
Did you just answer me? I sure did.
You speak dragon? - We both do.
- What? - How? - Long story.
We were shipwrecked as kids.
Rescued by a mother dragon, who raised us, taught us stuff.
- How to talk dragon, fly dragons.
- How to distract dragons long enough for Burple to do this.
You're a Firefury.
You're the first one I've ever seen this close.
Quit wiggling around, little buddy.
I don't wanna squish you.
Who you calling little? [sizzling.]
Either something I ate isn't agreeing with me or yowch! Ah.
Thanks, Summer, I needed that.
Huh? After her! I found her! I found her! [grunts.]
Which way? That way, I think.
Huh? Where'd she go? [Winger.]
You can't outrun me or outfly me.
You might be right, but I can do this! [grunting.]
We should slow down.
- No way! I can - Look out! [groaning.]
You were saying? She's tricky.
I don't like tricky.
We saw the smoke.
You okay? - Yeah.
She lost you, too, huh? - [Burple.]
And me, three.
- Burple! - Burple? Last time we saw you, you were stuck.
- How'd you get free? - Ate my way out.
As usual.
Wing it in.
- I don't see any sign of that Firefury.
- If we don't find her, - and prove she set those fires - Cutter might have to leave.
Then saddle up! That dragon hides pretty well.
Firefuries are known to be nimble and clever.
- She's harder to find than Finngard.
- That's it.
It is? I mean, of course it is.
- What is it? - Come on, follow me.
But we need your tracking abilities.
- Your super eyesight.
- I said, no.
Who always finds Finngard? You do.
Come on, buddy, when we play cloud-and-seek, who always wins? You.
Well, that's true.
I am pretty great.
If we find that Firefury, we can stop those fires and prove you're innocent.
Even if I help, Magnus will still find a way to blame me.
Forget Magnus! We're heroes.
We don't do it to be liked.
We do it 'cause it's the right thing to do.
At least we got here - before she could start the fires back up.
- Time to catch a dragon.
This would be a lot easier if Cutter was here.
You're right, it would be.
I am here.
Cutter! You think I could've stayed home after that speech? Glad you made it, Cut.
I got nothing.
Yeah, me neither.
Something wrong with your neck? [groans.]
Gotcha! [panting, then grunts.]
- Stay back.
I'm warning you.
- [Summer.]
Oh, cool off.
- Nobody's trying to hurt you.
- Then why are you chasing me? - Blasting me and sitting on me? - To stop those fires you keep setting - to scare the sheep.
- Scaring? I wasn't scaring the sheep.
- I was scaring the wolves.
- Wolves? They stay on the south side.
- Not anymore.
- You set the fires To keep the wolves away from the sheep.
- And we've put them out.
Oh, no! - Saddle up! Coming? [bleating.]
- Oh, no, you don't.
- [yelping.]
Gotcha! [growling, bleating and yelping.]
That's my third blast.
I'm out.
- What are we gonna do? - Coming through! [groans.]
That always makes me so dizzy.
In fact, I'm so dizzy I can't tell if that's really three wolves or just one.
It's three! It's three! [growling, then yelping.]
And now it's zero.
Thank you.
All three of you.
- Thanks for helping us out, you You - Aggro.
My name is Aggro.
Like she said, I'm a Firefury.
We're hotheaded.
Hot-winged, hot-tailed.
- How did you end up here? - My flock was migrating.
- I got lost in a storm.
- Sorry we didn't understand - what you were doing.
- I had to help the sheep.
- They're the only friends I have here.
- Not anymore.
Thanks, you guys.
I have been kind of lonely.
Hanging out with the sheep can get boring, fast.
How about helping us move them someplace safe - before the wolves come back? - Happy to.
Thanks for your help with the sheep.
So, this is where you live? We call it the Roost.
This is the yard.
It's our practice area.
That would have been cooler if you hit the target.
That old lighthouse is our command tower.
We plan our missions - and take care of dragons there.
- What's that? - It's our sleep cave.
- You sleep indoors? - [yawns.]
It's cozy.
- You should try it once.
- Twice or a zillion times.
- What are you trying to say? - That you're welcome to stay here with us.
- And join the Rescue Riders.
- Gee I don't know.
- You have what it takes to be one of us.
- You proved that when you saved the sheep.
- And me.
It's not that.
I'm used to being on my own.
- Don't you miss having a family? - I do.
- Then join ours.
It'll be awesome.
- Chief Duggard's headed this way - with you-know-who.
- Hi, chief.
Thank you for putting out those fires and saving our sheep.
You're welcome.
But somebody owes Cutter an apology.
Well, okay, I'm not sure why, but here you go.
- I - Not you.
Me? Apologize to that flying porcupine? Why would I do that? He didn't start those fires.
She did.
Aah! I demand you banish this little fire starter.
Who you calling little? You can't send Aggro away.
We invited her to join the Rescue Riders.
Invite that airborne bonfire to stay.
Makes perfect sense.
It does.
Aggro set those fires to protect the sheep from wolves.
And helped us move them to a safer pasture.
You don't say? In that case, move in, why don't you? Well, for once, Magnus and I agree.
- Welcome to Huttsgalor, Aggro.
- Hm? - Let's go.
- Wait, I was being sarcastic.
How could you not get that? I didn't really mean it.
I guess that settles that.
Hang on.
If I stay, I have some conditions.
- No more squirting me with water.
- Can't guarantee that.
- No more sitting on me.
- Not even by accident? And no cracks about my size.
Not even small ones? [chuckles.]
Okay, okay.
That was actually pretty funny.
- What the hay, let's give it a try.
- [Winger.]
Welcome to Huttsgalor! - [Summer.]
Yeah! - Let's go!
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