|Fuzzlies' New Year Dragon|
|Season 1, Episode 25a|
|US Airdate||January 19, 2020|
|Canada Airdate||7 July 2019|
|Fuzzly Spotter location||Otis in the lobby|
|Directed by||Kyran Kelly|
The Berry Thief
Full Moon Fuzzly
- Chinese New Year Clean Up
- The Dragon Dance
It's Chinese New Year, and when Wai Po comes to visit, Abby and the Fuzzlies try to throw her the perfect celebration.
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- This episode confirms the Chinese heritage of Abby and her mom's side of the family.
- Chinese New Year occurs in late January or early February, and is celebrated with a dragon parade often seen with fireworks and lanterns.
- At the title card Abby and the Fuzzlies doing the Chinese Dragon Dance.
- Wai Po is the first character to do a "brain spark" with Abby.
- This is the first American episode of 2020.
- This episode debuted in the US the week before Lunar New Year 2020.
- This episode takes place after "Here an Abby, There an Abby" because Abby uses the finger puppet of Bozzly from said episode.
- This marks Otis and Harriet's last appearances in Season 1.
- When Abby and the Fuzzlies tumble down, the dragon is whole, but it is ripped up in the next shot.
- When Princess Flug says, "Help, Abby, help!" part of her eye can be seen inside her mouth.
- Macy Drouin as Abby Hatcher
- Wyatt White as Bozzly
- Christian Dal Dosso as Otis
- Michela Luci as Princess Flug
- Sophia Cullingham as Curly
- Laaibah Alvi as Mo
- Leo Orgil as Bo
- Hattie Kragten as Harriet Bouffant
- Jacob Soley as Teeny Terry
- Kayden Stephen as Grumbles
- Kate Miller as the Squeaky Peepers
- Josette George as Miranda Hatcher
- Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Chef Jeff
- Terry McGurrin as Lex Hatcher
- Jane Luk as Wai Po