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Suit me... and good riddance!
~ Ronald, yelling at his assistant for complaining about his dislikes.
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Ronald and the Tic Tic Bird have a big argument about their friendship life. The many animals try to get their friendship back.

Summary

Main Zoo

Lots of with the other animals are busy talking in a queue. Audrey, an ostrich, is the only animal who isn't talking to the others.

Story

Each animal had a best bird friend, including Ronald, who has a bird that can eat all the nasty ticks on his back. Both of the animals have a great friendship until one day. Ronald gets annoyed by the bird's whistle. He gets also very upset with Ronald in the habit for bashing boulders. This causes the friendship to break up. While Ronald has too many ticks on his back, the Tic Tic Bird is trying to get his friendship back from the other animals.

Upon meeting Audrey, no animal has had any problem at all. She thought of someone being helped, but their friendship is still broken up. At the Baobab Tree, Ronald and the Tic Tic Bird get their friendship back. The Tic Tic Bird decided to eat all the ticks on his back. The one thing that bothered the 2 was Audrey talking about them.

Moral Ending

Lucy is very happy with Audrey for making with the animal friends again. Audrey goes back to sleep by putting her head in the sand.

Gallery

Video

Goofs/Errors

  • When Ronald is talking to Audrey about the ticks on his back, his tongue disappears for a random time.

Repeating Scenes

  • The Tic Tic Bird sits down besides Ronald's horn and many ticks fell into his mouth.

It's Itsy Bitsy Time/Noggin/Universal Kids Added

  • As Ronald is complaining about the ticks on his back, the phrase "Silly little insects." is used in Keith Wickham version.

Trivia

  • This is the Episode 18 (who was on August 7, 1999 in the US).
  • This is the only episode which doesn't feature background scenery as the closing curtains. Instead, this part is replaced by Audrey leaving the tall grass. The grass is animated, which is substituted for the background curtains.
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