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Ep 10: The Middle Girls

IRL, Lilly feels like she is put in between her parents during their fights and struggles to speak up. In Unicorn Island, Pep is put in the middle of a fight between Poppy and Velvet and also struggles to speak up. Pep and Lilly-Corn escape to Pep's happy place (inside her calzone) and meet Not Dora, who helps them both confront their problems.

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(upbeat intro music) Hey, Mom, okay, I know I'm about to see you, but I couldn't wait. Dad said he'll take us to the Grand Canyon over break. Can you believe it? No, I can't. Your dad knows he needs to tell me before he makes vacation plans. Tell your mom she's finding out now because we, just now, came up with the plan. Dad says he's telling you now. I heard him. Tell him that your aunties were hoping you and Amar could visit them over the break. Oh, really? And when was she going to tell me that? Well, if you would have looked at the shared family calendar. Do they really have to do this through me? (sighing) I gotta say something. Be fair to all of the family, then you would have seen that I have seen- (groans) Then they go from being mad at each other to being mad at me, which is worse, I think. It's your vacation, Lilly. Do you wanna see your aunties who adore you or some giant hole in the ground? Has she ever even seen the Grand Canyon? What was that, Mom? You're breaking up. Sorry, Dad, I couldn't hear you. We're in the same room. Oh, right, it must be an ear glitch. Anyways, I better finish packing for Mom's. Gotta go, bye. (Dad sighing) One of them says one thing, and the other says the opposite. They need to talk to each other instead of always going through us. If it bugs you so much, say something to them, not me. And get grounded for life? Pass. (phone buttons clicking) All I'm saying is they need to get on the same page. This family's a mess. Pretty sure if they could get on the same page, they wouldn't be getting a divorce, which, if you haven't noticed, means we're not a family anymore. What? (gentle somber music) (car door thumps) Of course we're still a family, right? (sniffs) (transition whooshes) (fireball blasts) See, I told you your idea is dangerous. Only if you set the marshmallows on fire. My actual idea is comfy and cozy and perfect for our hangout room. Okay, Pep, you're the deciding vote. Me? Hey, why don't I get a vote? Because, Frank, you choose to live in the woods, not in the tree fort. (stammering) Oh, good point. So, Pep, when we redecorate, should we do Velvet's highly unsafe idea of a mechanical bull sofa? Or Poppy's boring marshmallow ball pit? You know we need some more seating. Marshmallow sample? Just tell us what you like more. And for the custard sake's, stop bribing her with marshmallows. (Pep groaning) Well, Peps out. Lilly Corn, you're here part-time. Which do you like better? Whoa, whoa, don't look at me. I just got here. (growls) I was hoping it wouldn't come to this. I have no idea what you intend to do, but I will meet or exceed your intensity. Frank, pencil please? (Frank grunts) (Velvet...


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