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Hurdy Gurdy Whirly Birdy
S1e13b The 7D Help Queen Delightful Get Teensy Out of the Moat 9
Information
Name Hurdy Gurdy Whirly Birdy
Purpose Air transport
Type Aircraft
Owner Doc
First appearance "Free Teensy"
Last seen "When Pigs Fly"

The Hurdy Gurdy Whirly Birdy, an aircraft, is another one of Doc's inventions. It is used to transport a rapidly growing Teensy to the ocean in "Free Teensy". It later appeared in "When Pigs Fly" when it's used to direct flying pigs to devour the Glooms' home.

Appearance

The Hurdy Gurdy Whirly Birdy looks like a modern helicopter. It's mostly made up of wooden barrels, with one of them is placed higher on the pole as a lookout, and two propellers. There's also a highchair used exclusively for Queen Delightful. The aircraft comes equipped with personal flotation devices.

In the series

"Free Teensy"

In the aforementioned episode, Delightful won the Jolly-Go-Jumbo fish Teensy from the carnival and took him home. However, Teensy grows rapidly in size, eventually getting too big to swim around the moat. So the queen called the 7D to help Teensy move to his new home, the sea. Once they got him on the Hurdy Gurdy Whirly Birdy he still grows, adding extra weight to the aircraft. But they got Teensy to the sea just in time. The 7D then have to rescue Grim and Hildy from the sea after spending time inside Teensy's body searching for Hildy's shape-shifting ring while dropping the flotation devices to them in the process.

"When Pigs Fly"

After the 7D learned that the Glooms are responsible for the flying pigs that ate all the food in Jollywood, they fly over to their home with a giant bucket of chocolate. The chocolate is then dumped all over, leading the pigs to eat the home, leaving behind its frames and foundation.

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