Rhymin' Rodeo
S1e18b Peck and Mr. Dillo reciting their poem
Peck and Mr. Dillo in front of the audience
Season: 1
Production code: 118b[1]
Broadcast number: 46
Written by:
Lisa Kettle
Storyboards by:
Natalie Long
Broadcast Information
Disney US Premiere:
December 5, 2014
International Debut:

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Paired with
"Hike to Wish Mountain"
There's no place in this world that I'd rather be, than in the Wild West where cowboys live free. The life, the land, the sky that's so fair. I've never been anywhere that could compare. No matter what may come, or where I may roam, I know Nice and Friendly Corners is my home.

— Mr. Dillo's poem

Callie helps Mr. Dillo overcome stage fright in order to read his poem during the Rhymin' Rodeo bonfire.

Episode Summary


For a full transcript of Rhymin' Rodeo, click here.


Sung by the Prairie Dogs

For Rhymin' Rodeo's songs that are sung by the Prairie Dog Trio, click here.


S1e18b Title card
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