Wander and Sylvia try to soften the heart of a ferocious flying dragon by reuniting it with its lost egg, but it’s Sylvia who ends up needing a lesson or two on being gentle and nurturing.
While on a mountain planet, Sylvia is trying to fight a flying beast. Wander tries to tell her there's another way, but Sylvia refuses and focuses on fighting her instead. She insists Wander find her something to help her defeat the beast, and Wander agrees.
Wander begins searching for something to help when he bangs into an egg. Upon seeing a nest on top of the mountain, he begins lamenting over the egg as the baby in it is in distress. Sylvia finds it and thinks it's a rock so it will stop the beast, but Wander stops her and lets her know what he always says, "A little lump of love will take the buck outta the bronco." He explains that this is an egg and the beast is its mother, and when it returns to the nest, it will hatch so the mother and child will reunite and the beast will become calm. Sylvia refuses to help and still wants to fight the beast, which annoys Wander to do it himself. However, he can't lift the egg, so Sylvia reluctantly agrees to help him.
Sylvia runs up the mountain with Wander and the egg in tow, and speeds up when she comes to a cliff. Wander furiously tells her to stop since the baby is on board, but once reaching the cliff, the beast flies past them and they fall down to a ledge. They hide in a cave where the beast can't reach them, and Sylvia begins to escape before the beast finds out.
Sylvia starts running really fast to the exit, but Wander constantly tells her to slow down. Upon doing so, the egg glows a bright pink. Sylvia is angered at Wander saying this to her and is determined to get to the nest before the beast finds them. Wander tells her to look at the egg and when she does, she realizes it's glowing and pink hearts appear all over it. The beast suddenly finds them, causing Sylvia to set off.
They make it out of the cave safely, but Sylvia accidentally loses her balance and drops the egg, causing it to fall and go through a series of helpings, before sliding to the very bottom where the adventure began, much to Sylvia's annoyance.
The moment the two reach the egg, the beast is trying to struggle out of the cave. Just as Sylvia is about to take the egg back up the mountain fast, Wander scolds her for not caring for it and points out it needs reassurance, and it should be hugged. Sylvia disapproves, but upon hearing the beast, she does. The beast finally gets out of the cave and blows fire on Sylvia and the egg, burning them to soot. Sylvia isn't happy now, and Wander feels sad for a moment, but he gradually smiles and pulls out his banjo. Then Sylvia faces several obstacles and hindrances as she and Wander head back up the mountain, while Wander sings the song A Lump of Love.
Sylvia eventually reaches the beast's nest and tosses the egg into it, cracking it in the process. She is shocked at first, but upon realizing the baby's still inside and okay, she hugs it, and Wander squeals. But Sylvia abruptly stops and pickets to the egg that it won't make her soft and the plan won't work, and would rather go back to defeating the beast. She then leaves the nest and stomps away.
The egg slowly begins to hatch, which gets Wander excited. When he sees Sylvia leaving, he invites her to stay for the reunion but she refuses, leaving Wander to see the hatching himself. Slowly but surely, the egg breaks, which gets the beast's attention and Wander's excitement. When it fully hatches, a little puffball creature is revealed, but instead of the beast reuniting with her baby, she instead charges toward it, proving she's not the baby's mother at all. Horrified, Wander runs off to get Sylvia.
The beast begins charging at the creature while at the same time, Wander yells out to Sylvia that she was right all along. Sylvia instantly blocks the puffball from the beast and tells her to go away, but the beast ignores Sylvia and continues charging. Sylvia and the puffball cower in fear, but then a larger puffball appears behind them, which happens to be the puffball's real mother. She roars at the beast causing her to lose her color, and she sadly flies far away.
Sylvia enjoys the reunion of the baby puffball and its mother and gulps. Upon doing so, Wander notices a lump in her throat and quotes, "Look! A little lump of love!" The puffball snuggles Sylvia and she says back to Wander, "Took the buck outta the bronco" and tugs his hat over him. Wander chuckles, and they all snuggle together.
- Jack McBrayer as Wander
- April Winchell as Sylvia, Additional Voices
- Fred Tatasciore as Beast, Additional Voices
- Tom Kenny as Commander Peepers, King Bingleborp (uncredited)
- Shortly before Bronco's Buck starts, Sylvia and the egg are burnt and charred, but when they are running up the hill Sylvia and the egg are clean again.
- When Sylvia slams into a spine which causes the egg to be scratched, the egg mysteriously passes through the spine when it should've slammed right into it.
- Wander should've got frozen by the beast's ice breath as the breath was seen going past him, but somehow he didn't. This is possibly because the beast is freezing anyone on the ground and Wander and the egg were somehow unaffected by this.
- Sylvia shouldn't have been able to move her face while she was frozen.
- When Wander searches for something to help, the egg cannot be seen in front of him but in the next shot, he slams into the egg.
- At the beginning of the song and during the scatting portion at the end, sometimes Wander's mouth doesn't match his singing.
- When Wander begins the scatting portion of the song, his tongue detaches from his mouth a few times.
- When the egg gets scratchedd, if you look closely when Wander bounces to the beat the lining near the upper edge of his shoes seem to disappear and reappear.
- The baby puffball inside the egg would've died when the beast blew fire and ice on it.
- In reality, an egg wouldn't hatch with love or getting it to the nest, it has to hatch by the mother sitting on it to keep it warm.
- When Sylvia sits on the egg and later pats it, the hat shade over Wander's eyes is missing. Though this could be due to how far Wander is leaning towards the egg and it's light is not casting his hat shadow.
- When Wander and Sylvia were running up the mountain and Sylvia speeds up making the egg bounce, the egg goes through her saddle as it bounces.
- When Wander is spinning while finding something to help and in some parts of the song, Wander's goatee detaches from his chin a few times.
- At a few points in the song, the strings of Wander's banjo don't move when he strums it, possibly due to the complex screen panning and bouncing animations on him.
- During the song, Wander sings "Projectile spines, they hit more than they miss" but the captions say "Projectile spines, hit more than they miss". Also when he sings "The baby's cold, sad to admit" the captions only say "Baby's cold, have to admit". Then he sings "And now we soothe your Eggy-Poo" but the captions say "And now we soothe Eggy-Poo". Finally when he sings "You have been burned and singed and smashed and struck", the captions only say "You have been burned and singed and smashed".
- When Sylvia cries out "That all you got, you overgrown iguanazoid?!" the captions say "overgrown iguana".
- When Sylvia says "Now help me find something to bash this beast!", the captions say "I'll be fine! I need to bash this beast!".
- When the beast is swinging Sylvia around, her tail briefly goes outside the beast's mouth, and when the beast throws her, she has an extra pair of teeth floating outside her mouth.
- When Sylvia slams into a spine while climbing the mountain, Wander's eyes are crossed.
- Lord Hater and Peepers are absent from this episode. This is the first time where a main character is absent.
- Wander sings for the first time in this episode.
- When Wander tells Sylvia to go slower, the music's speed decreases to match each time Sylvia slows down.
- The music played as Wander searches for something to help is a slower instrumental variation of the theme song, and a sped up version of said song played in the previous episode.
- During The Bronco's Buck, Wander switches from playing the banjo from right handed to left handed and back. This implies he's ambidextrous.
- Sylvia is shown to not be good at nurturing and caring for babies at times.
- This is the first episode Wander and Sylvia cried, though it only took place during a fantasy sequence. They cry for the first time in reality in "The Pet".
- The "Mother and Child" song is heard three times in this episode:
- First during Wander's fantasy.
- Second instrumentally as Wander squeals with joy after Sylvia does something nice for the egg.
- Third as the egg hatches.
- This episode is essentially a duo performance since Wander and Sylvia are the only ones to speak in the episode.
- This is unless counting the Doom Dragon, whom Fred Tatasciore was credited for voicing.
- The title refers to the egg Wander and Sylvia are taking to the nest in the episode.
- September 15th, 2013 (Family Channel Canada)
- December 7th, 2013 (Disney Channel Southwest Asia)
- December 10th, 2013 (Disney Channel France)
- January 11th, 2014 (Disney Channel Scandinavia)
- January 25th, 2014 (Disney Channel Japan)
- February 8th, 2014 (Disney XD Brazil and Disney XD Latin America)
- February 15th, 2014 (Disney XD Poland and Disney Channel Romania)
- March 29th, 2014 (Disney Channel Czech Republic and Hungary)
- April 17th, 2014 (Disney XD Spain)
- May 18th, 2014 (Disney Channel Netherlands)
- August 7th, 2014 (Disney XD Germany)
- Fall 2014 (Disney Channel Spain)
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