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The following is a complete list of all of Tokkori's appearances in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, along with other information regarding his role in each episode:

Tokkori appearances in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!  
Episode Image Role Role details Selected quote Notes
Kirby Comes to Cappy Town
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Tertiary character Tokkori appears in the very first scene of the episode, sleeping in his nest. He is not seen again for the remainder of the episode. (no dialogue)
A Blockbuster Battle
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Primary character Tokkori has a leading role in this episode. He is initially seen at his nest when Kirby tries to climb into it for shelter from a sudden rainstorm. Tokkori pushes him out and scolds him. Later on, when King Dedede and Escargoon are plotting to stop Kirby from finding a home in Dream Land, they track down Tokkori and rope him in to their schemes. Tokkori proceeds to participate in the pranks that cause Kirby to slip up when trying to assist Professor Curio, Gus, and Chief Bookem (as well as Samo in the Japanese version). Later on, Tiff and Tuff try to get Tokorri to take Kirby in again, but he naturally refuses them.

Later on, when King Dedede sends the monster Blocky to attack Kirby, Blocky ends up toppling Tokkori's tree during the battle. When Tokkori goes to complain at King Dedede for this, he gets shot away by a blast from the Armored Vehicle's cannon. After this, Tokkori realizes that Dedede was never on his side, so he changes his tune and cheers on Kirby instead. After Kirby defeats Blocky, Tokkori takes up a new nest in the tree that shades Kirby's House once it has been built. When Kirby is shown to his new home, they find Tokkori sleeping in his bed, and demand Kirby take the nest instead, which Kirby seems happy to do, much to Tiff's chagrin.

"It's time for you to make like a tree and leave!" This episode is Tokkori's first speaking role and his first role as a major character.
Kirby's Duel Role
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori is visited at Kirby's House by Tiff and Tuff when they are trying to give Kirby a warning, and are still upset that Tokkori is using Kirby's bed. After the kids receive the news from Melman that Meta Knight has challenged Kirby to a duel at Kabu Canyon, Tokkori goes around town telling everybody about this. Tokkori is scarcely seen for the remainder of the episode after this point. "Whatever you're sellin' I ain't buyin', so put an egg in your shoe and beat it!"
A Dark & Stormy Knight
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tiff finds Tokkori bossing Kirby around in his house and once again scolds the bird for this. At that moment, however, the monster Kracko shows up and chases Kirby and Tiff away. Tokkori is not seen for the remainder of the episode. "Don't try putting ideas in his head! He likes to keep that place empty!"
Beware: Whispy Woods!
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Primary character In this episode, Tokkori is accompanying Tiff, Tuff, and Kirby on a nature expedition, having been napping uninvited in Tiff's knapsack. After Tiff discovers him, they lose track of Kirby and have to search Whispy Woods Forest to find him. After searching the forest for some time, they get lost themselves, and Tiff instructs Tokkori to try and find them a way out. Tokkori tries, but is unable to escape the woods due to Whispy Woods' influence. After Tokkori returns to recount his experience, he sees that Tiff and Tuff have reunited with Kirby. Unable to leave the woods, they all decide to spend the night camping.

After setting up camp, Tokkori and the others are set upon by Whispy Woods, who believes them to be here to destroy him. Tokkori doesn't help matters when he threatens to use fire on the old tree, and Whispy responds by burying them all in apples. When King Dedede shows up and chops down Whispy Woods, Tokkori escapes with Kirby and the others. Tokkori is not seen again until after Whispy Woods is restored, enjoying some apples with his friends.

"Just cause I'm a bird don't mean I got to watch that kid like a hawk!"
Un-Reality TV
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Secondary character In this episode, when King Dedede has Channel DDD television sets set up in all the homes in Dream Land, Kirby and Tokkori receive a set as well, and they subsequently become glued to it and the programming. When Tiff discovers them like this, she tries desperately to talk them out of it, but is shooed away by Tokkori. Later on, when King Dedede is hypnotizing the town against Kirby, Tokkori is affected by the programming as well. When Tiff and Kirby retreat back to the house, Tokkori tries to blame Kirby for the "monster" attacking, and is subsequently knocked back into his senses by Tiff, who grabs him and shows him first-hand that there is no monster, despite what the TV shows. Later on, after the situation is resolves, the episode ends with Kirby and Tokkori continuing to watch Channel DDD, laughing at King Dedede's foolish antics. "Huh? Kirby?! Hey, Junior, get lost! That's monster's looking--" (just before getting punched by Tiff)
Kirby's Egg-Cellent Adventure
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori gets involved when he sees Kirby being lured toward Dyna Blade's Nest by King Dedede and Escargoon. Tokkori is not seen again until near the end of the episode, when he reveals to everyone that Kirby hadn't eaten Dyna Blade's chick, but hatched it by mistake using a fire when he'd intended to eat it. He also explains that after Kirby hatched the chick, he had to look after it and keep it fed. When Tokkori reveals this information to Dyna Blade, Kirby is fearful that Dyna Blade will attack him again, but Dyna Blade forgives him since the chick is okay. "Guess his little barbecue must have just hurried up the hatching process after I left."
The Fofa Factor
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Secondary character In this episode, as a result of King Dedede instructing the monster Slice n' Splice to run amok in Dream Land, Tokkori ends up getting his head transplanted onto Rick's body and vice-versa. When Rick and Tokkori go and show what happened to them to Tiff and Tuff, they are made aware of the danger the monster poses. Later on, after Kirby has been restored to normal and has defeated Slice n' Splice, he uses his Cutter ability to return Tokkori and Rick to their proper selves. "Just look at me! I used to be fine and feathery, now I'm fat and furry!"
The Big Taste Test
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Tertiary character Tokkori only appears briefly in this episode, accompanying Kirby and the kids while they are playing ball in the castle. (no dialogue)
Cappy New Year
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori appears briefly during the scene where everyone in Cappy Town is planning their own New Year's celebrations, but he only serves to spoil the mood slightly. "Yeah, let's go to bed at 11!"
The Pillow Case
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori bugs Kirby to go and get them some of the dream pillows advertised on Channel DDD. When Tokkori eventually gets his pillow, he finds it not to his liking, so is among the few who doesn't get mind-controlled. After everyone is released from their stupor, Tokkori opens the door to Kirby's House to explain their situation. "Come on, Kirby! Wake up! This is no time to sleep! We gotta order one of those magical sweet-dreams pillows!"
Kirby's Pet Peeve
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori shows up while Kirby is trying to get away from the Electronic Pet that Tiff and her family bought for him. Seeing the situation, Tokkori steps in and pecks at the robot dog to make it go away, which causes it to fall into a pond. Tokkori then proceeds to keep attacking the dog needlessly, which makes Kirby upset, so he steps in and splashes him. Tokkori tries to berate Kirby for this, but Kirby just walks away in a huff as the Electronic Pet follows. Later on, after Kirby and the dog have grown closer, Kirby brings the dog into the house to sleep at night, but the dog wants more attention and disturbs both Kirby and Tokkori's rest. Tokkori throws both Kirby and the dog out of the house as punishment. "You two deserve each-other!"
The Thing About the Ring
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori makes a nuisance out of himself after he gets a hold of Sir Ebrum's lost engagement ring, not knowing why everyone wants it. When Kirby pleads with him to give it over, Tokkori taunts him by keeping the ring just out of reach. However, Kirby soon manages to sneak up behind him and force him to drop the ring, though ultimately Doron ends up stealing it again before Kirby can secure it. "Is this what you were lookin' for? Looks like I got it first!"
Here Comes the Son
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Secondary character In this episode, when Kirby returns home with his collection of produce from the farms, Tokkori starts complaining at the sheer amount of food he brought back. Shortly thereafter, Tiff and Tuff arrive and warn both Kirby and Tokkori about the arrival of Knuckle Joe, and Tokkori is tasked with heading into town telling others about the danger. Before he gets too far, however, Knuckle Joe spots Tokkori and zaps him out of the sky. "Kirby! This place looks like the produce department!"
Dedede's Snow Job
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Secondary character In this episode, when everyone notices how Dream Land has turned into an icy winterland, Tokkori declares that he has no intention to be in such cold conditions, and stays put inside the house. Later on, when Kirby brings his new friend Chilly in for the night and puts out the fire to prevent Chilly from melting, Tokkori is forced to leave to find warmer accommodations. He tells Tiff about the situation, which prompts her to go and check in on Kirby, since she does not trust Chilly. "Snow's strictly for penguins! I ain't gonna freeze my feathers off!"
A Princess in Dis-Dress
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is the one who first tells the people of Cappy Town about the arrival of Princess Rona and her entourage to Dream Land. He has no significant role beyond this. "Listen up, everybody! We got a princess by the name a' Rona who's on her way to visit us!"
The Empty Nest Mess
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Primary character In this episode, Tokkori accompanies Kirby to Dyna Blade's Nest when they hear about Dyna Blade's renewed anger. After looking around for a bit, they manage to find Dyna Chick, who had narrowly avoided capture by King Dedede and Escargoon. They try to get the chick to return to its nest, but the chick is more interested in exploring the countryside, prompting Kirby and Tokkori to try and chase after it. They soon join up with Tiff and Tuff and try to keep the chick out of King Dedede's hands, but they ultimately fail after losing the chick to King Dedede's net, and then down a river. Tokkori accompanies the chick down the river to try and look after it, but the chick is ultimately apprehended by King Dedede once again. Tokkori flies back to Kirby and tells him the situation while he is avoiding Dyna Blade's wrath, telling him to to go the castle. Once Dyna Blade is led to the castle and the situation is resolved, Tokkori watches with the others as Dyna Blade returns to the nest with her chick. "Well, Junior, you're like a fly in a marmalade factory. You're always getting stuck in a jam!"
Escargoon Rules
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori shows up briefly to warn Escargoon during his parade pretending to be King of Dream Land that King Dedede is looking for him. "Heads up, honcho! You Know Who's turning the castle upside-down lookin' for ya!" Tokkori's head in this episode is a fair bit larger in proportion to his body than it usually is.
Labor Daze
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is seen briefly at Kirby's House, and wakes Kirby up to show him the new factory that King Dedede built in the middle of town. "Hey Kirby, wake up! Wait 'til you get a load of this thing!"
Hatch Me If You Can
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is once again found sleeping in Kirby's bed while Kirby takes the nest. Tiff is once again outraged at this arrangement, but Tokkori insists that Kirby prefers the nest, which he genuinely seems to. Later on, when Kirby wakes up with the mysterious egg in his nest, Tokkori takes some time to gawk at it and make jokes at Kirby's expense. Tokkori is not seen for the remainder of the episode. "You listen up good, Banana Brain! That little runt's the one that kicked me outta my nest!"
Abusement Park
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori appears briefly at Kirby's House when Kirby is informed about the new amusement park being opened in Castle Dedede. Tokkori shows little interest in such a thing, so he does not attend. "What's so amusin' about a park?"
Junk Jam
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is present for the initial scuffles between the villagers and King Dedede about the giant mound of garbage that appeared out of nowhere. He does not speak, and had no further role in the episode. (no dialogue)
A Recipe for Disaster
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori can be briefly seen at Kirby's House watching Chef Shiitake's cooking show and taking notes. He comments that he may have known the duck that Chef Shiitake is preparing. "I think I know that duck!"
The Kirby Derby - Part I
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Primary character In this episode, when Meta Knight gets Kirby into King Dedede's Grand Prix race by fixing up his Starship, Tokkori is made Kirby's co-pilot, and accompanies him in the cockpit. Tokkori continually pressures Kirby to go as fast as he can during the race, and wakes Kirby up whenever he starts to doze off. "Come on! Give it some gas, grandma! This is supposed to be a racecar!"
The Kirby Derby - Part II
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Primary character Continuing from the previous episode, Tokkori acts as co-pilot for Kirby during the Grand Prix race. At several points, Tokkori takes the controls himself, when Kirby seems unwilling to or gets sleepy again. Eventually, Tokkori takes a back seat when Kirby finds his element and learns to fly his Starship. Kirby eventually leaves Tokkori behind when he obtains the Wheel Copy Ability from Meta Knight's broken car to finish the race. Regardless, Tokkori is seen posing with Kirby at the podiums, holding one of the champagne bottles. "What do you think this is, a bumper kart track?! Well look out, Buster!"
Watermelon Felon
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is briefly seen on camera unwittingly contributing to King Dedede's attempts to frame Kirby by accusing Kirby of stealing food from him. "I hereby accuse Kirby of snatchin' my bed right out from under my beak!"
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori shows up at the very end of the episode to watch as Kirby inhales Erasem. He subsequently forgets who Kirby is. "Yo, what's goin' on? I hate when I just show up at the end!" This line breaks the fourth wall, as Tokkori shows up at the very end of the episode.
Monster Management
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori screams for Kirby to wake up after the mini-monsters catch him and start pulling his feathers out. After Kirby saves him, the two head up to Castle Dedede to ascertain the situation. Tokkori then takes his leave of Kirby and perches high up on the castle to observe the remaining monster horde roaming the countryside. He makes a remark to himself about the mess that Kirby's in, and is not seen again for the remainder of the episode. "What a mess! It's gonna be monster mayhem! Well I sure hope Kirby took his vitamins today!"
Prediction Predicament - Part II
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is seen briefly sitting next to Kirby as they watch the static on their TV set, and he comments briefly about the world ending. He tries to get confirmation that he and Kirby were good friends, but Kirby doesn't answer him. At that moment, King Dedede barges in and takes Kirby away, leaving Tokkori behind. "Kirby! Any moment now we'll be dust in the wind! We've always been the best of buddies, huh, Kirby? Huh, Kirby? KIRBY!! Listen when I'm talkin' to ya!"
War of the Woods
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori accompanies Tuff, Kirby, and the Cappy kids as they visit Whispy Woods and learn about the old tree's cousin Acore living in the Eastern Forest, agreeing to help keep Acore safe, the group heads there, only to get into a misunderstanding with the animals that live in Acore's gnarls. Early in the fight, Tokkori gets a blueberry thrown at him by Con the fox. Later on, he helps the kids throw sticks and pebbles at the animals, though this doesn't amount to much. When they do eventually get the animals to flee by making smoke, Tokkori tries to wake up Acore by pecking at the old tree, but this has no effect. On the way back, Tokkori and the others are accosted by Tiff and Coo for what they did, so they head back to Acore, on the correct suspicion that King Dedede is up to no good again. After Kirby deals with King Dedede using the Cutter ability, Tokkori helps everyone brace Acore against an oncoming storms, as well as the flood caused by King Dedede's explosives. He is there with the others to scare King Dedede and Escargoon away after they fail to topple Acore. "I wouldn't wanna live to be that old if I was just gonna wind up to be a rest home for termites!"
Cartoon Buffoon
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori joins up with the animation team at Castle Dedede to help with production. He spends some time trying to make and sort drawings for the cartoon, and also pesters Kirby to keep working through the night. When the deadline approaches, Tokkori shows up with a chart to warn King Dedede that they are terribly behind schedule and have no time to complete the cartoon, but is brushed off. "Wake up! No time for nappin'! We got a deadline to meet! Get to work!"
Don't Bank on It
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori is among those who gets suckered in to buying a Dedede Doll. Overnight, he nearly falls for King Dedede's hypnosis attempt, but quickly snaps out of it after waking up. Later on, when King Dedede takes out his frustration on everyone and uses the dolls to attack them, Tokkori is attacked as well by Kirby's doll. He demands Kirby take care of it, so Kirby kicks it, and Tokkori later kicks it out of the house, causing King Dedede to be kicked in turn. Shortly after that, Tokkori watches Kirby fighting with the doll alongside Chef Kawasaki. After a moment to take in the absurdity of the situation, Tokkori tells Kirby to inhale the doll, which he does, causing King Dedede to in turn become stranded in Kirby's stomach dimension. "That's one dangerous doll! Last night, it stomped me without any warnin'! Kick that thing out!"
Kirby Takes the Cake
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Secondary character In this episode, Kirby tries to tell Tokkori back at the house about how everyone seems to be ignoring him. Tokkori rubs salt in the wound by insisting it must be because nobody actually likes him. Not expecting Kirby to take him seriously, he is startled to realize that Kirby had packed his things and left. When Tiff comes to the house to look for Kirby, she finds out what Tokkori did and becomes outraged with him, demanding he go and find Kirby at once, which he does. Tokkori tracks him down at Kabu Canyon, shortly after Meta Knight does, and tells Kirby to get back home, as everyone is waiting for him. Tokkori is not present at Kirby's party, however. "Ah! There ya are! Hey, next time you run away, tell me where you're goin' would ya?! I've been lookin' high and low for ya! Yer girlfriend's plenty steamed at me cause a' you! Come on! Get movin'! Everybody in Cappy Town's goin' crazy worryin', so come on back home!"
Snack Attack - Part I
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is briefly seen at Kirby's House, complaining about how much chocolate Kirby is going through from all the discarded capsules. Later on, after purchasing King Dedede's capsule toys and placing them on the windowsill, Tokkori and Kirby are attacked by the figures when they turn into monsters. "Junior, you've been goin' through chocolate like a hot knife through butter! You're gonna need a whole barrel of bromide if ya don't quit snapping up them candies!"
Snack Attack - Part II
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Tertiary character Following from the previous episode, Tokkori is still being attacked by the figure monsters, and he and Kirby try to escape by going through the chimney. After Kirby is challenged to go the the coliseum and fight the Martial Arts All-Stars, Tokkori is not seen again. "Move it, boy! You're blockin' off my escape route!"
Sweet and Sour Puss
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori only appears briefly, reacting to King Dedede's message of love on Channel DDD. "Love?" This dialogue appears only in the Japanese version, so it is translated from that version.
Dedede's Pet Threat
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Tertiary character In this episode, when Kirby is being attacked by the feral Scarfies, he tries to take cover in his house, where Tokkori is sleeping. After being awoken by the commotion, Tokkori ends up getting eaten by one of the Scarfies, but it spits him out, deeming him not tasty enough. "What's the matter? Ain't I tasty enough?!"
A Half-Baked Battle
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is among those laughing at King Dedede's pie mishap on Channel DDD. Later on, he shows up with Kirby to watch the pie war that commences between King Dedede and the people of Cappy Town. When Belly Buster shows up, Tokkori is among those that gets pied. He is also among those who complain about how bad Belly Buster's pies taste, making the monster angry. "Somehow, I don't think this battle's gonna go easy as pie."
Mabel Turns the Tables
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Tertiary character Tokkori only makes a brief appearance in this episode, checking in on Tiff, Tuff, and the other kids once Mabel starts leading everyone to the sea. He points out that Kirby isn't with them, making them wonder where he is. "Well, well, lookie here! Good thing you stragglers finally showed up! Hey, where's Kirby at? Ain't he with ya'?"
Something to Sneeze At
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is briefly seen with a covering over his beak, as he has caught the cold along with everyone else. *coughs* "Boy is my head stuffed up. It feels like a sofa cushion!" *laughs, then coughs again*
The Kirby Quiz
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori pairs up with Tuff to form the Moon Team in the Kirby Quiz show. His team ends up scoring 80 points, tying with the Lightning Team for second place after King Dedede and Escargoon are disqualified. "That big blowhard only cares about himself!"
The Chill Factor
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is only briefly seen, commenting on the arriving Pengy tribe after the climate changes to wintry conditions again. "Hey! What's up with them Pengy things anyhow?"
The School Scam
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori shows up during Tiff's attempts to teach the other kids outside and mocks her efforts, insisting the kids are too dense to learn anything from her. Shortly into the lessin, it starts to rain, forcing the class to end early, and Tokkori uses the opportunity to further belittle her efforts. Later on, after Tiff parries the attacks of Dirk, Kirk, and Smirk, Tokkori shows up to listen to Tiff's impassioned speech along with the others. After the Dedede Academy is destroyed again, Tokkori is seen at Tiff's impromptu class once more, but is asleep during her lesson along with the other students. "Don't feel too gloomy, girl. They was[sic] all wet when they got here!"
Delivery Dilemma
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori shows up to wake up Kirby after he'd failed to deliver King Dedede's noodles to him, finding him still on the roadside. When Tiff arrives and explains the situation, Tokkori mocks her for expecting Kirby to be able to make the delivery, but his expectations are overturned when it is shown that Kirby resisted the urge to eat his delivery. "You must be dreamin'! With this boy's appetite, I'm surprised he didn't gobble up the box, too!"
Buccaneer Birdy
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Primary character Tokkori is the central focus of this episode. At the start, he is in an even worse mood than usual, and is harassing the people of Cappy Town to the point where they are openly complaining about him. When Professor Curio discovers an old story about a dread pirate who had a bird that appears to be Tokkori's ancestor, everyone's impression of Tokkori immediately turns around, as they desperately try to sweet-talk him into letting them have some of the inherited treasure that is said to be buried in Dream Land. Taking the newfound attention in stride, and not wanting the treasure anyway, Tokkori is happy to sell off the rights to the treasure if it means people will like him. He is soon approached by King Dedede and Escargoon, who take him back to Castle Dedede and spoil him in the hopes that he can lead them to the treasure, and Tokkori grinds on their patience in the meantime. However, their efforts end up being largely wasted, as Tokkori reveals he has no clue where the treasure is.

Later on, after Escargoon hears about the location of the treasure second-hand through the Cappies that visited Kabu, Tokkori is taken by him and Dedede to the coastal cave, where they discover the sealed doorway. They send Tokkori through a small bird-sized hole above the door with a lantern to find a way through, but once inside, Tokkori finds the skeletal remains of Captain Kick and discovers a complete version of the picture of him with the bird, revealing that Captain Kicks's bird was not the same species as Tokkori, causing the bird to despair. He resolves to keep this a secret and opens the door for King Dedede after discovering the keys, but once the door is open, King Dedede immediately betrays him and casts him aside.

After the treasure is found, subsequently lost to the sea, and King Dedede's monster backup is defeated by Mirror Tiff and Kirby find out the real situation regarding Captain Kick and his bird by coming across the picture. Feeling sorry for Tokkori, Tiff decides to doctor the picture they found to make the bird resemble Tokkori after all, which fools Tokkori and the others when they see it again. Despite this, Tokkori insists that he does not want to be treated like royalty anymore.

"So now we know I'm a noble." *chews* "Guess I'll live with ya here at the castle, huh?" *chews* "I don't-" *gulps* "-mind!" *chews* "But I warn ya I can't stand loud snorin' when I'm tryin' to sleep! I bet Blue Boy here snores even louder than Kirby, so ya better keep it quiet or you're gone!"
Waddle While You Work
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is briefly encountered by Tiff and Tuff when they are looking for Kirby, who has gone missing. Tokkori proves to be of little help, as he has not seen Kirby either. "Maybe he forgot to stop walkin' when he hit the water!"
Dedede's Raw Deal
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is seen at Kirby's House, disturbed when King Dedede's revolving sushi conveyor belt comes crashing through the walls. Tokkori wants nothing to do with the sushi that comes through, particularly since it has gone bad by the time it got there, but Kirby insists on eating it anyways, drawing Tokkori's disgust. When Kirby eats the Baked Sweet Potato sushi and gets hiccups, Tokkori does little but mock him over the situation. "Ain't you got any taste buds?"
Caterpillar Thriller
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is disturbed in the night by the sound of Mosugaba eating trees in Dream Land. He and Kirby go to check in on the situation, and Tokkori sends Kirby down to try and deal with the situation, to little effect. "No way! That is one big bug! Its appetite must be as big as yours the way it gulps down trees!"
Fossil Fools - Part I
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is only seen briefly near the start of the episode, chiding the idea that the kids are hunting for dinosaur bones, as he doesn't believe dinosaurs were ever a thing. While mocking them, he carelessly flies into the side of a cliff and gets stuck. When Kirby pulls him out, he reveals the bones of a T-Rex, kicking off the dinosaur craze in Dream Land and all the subsequent events of this two-parter. Tokkori himself is not seen after this point. "Dinosaurs, huh? You brats oughta' have your heads examined!"
Right Hand Robot
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is briefly seen at Kirby's House when the two of them are disturbed by the sudden attack of the militarized Escar-droid, the sound of which Tokkori initially believes to have come from Kirby. "What you been eatin', Kirby?"
Goin' Bonkers
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori is among those who is spreading misinformed rumors about Bonkers, and gives Tiff and Tuff the false impression that Bonkers is here to attack Kirby. Later on, when Bonkers reveals his true intentions to the group, Tokkori mocks the idea that Kirby could teach the escaped ape anything useful. After Kirby defeats Bonkers when he is turned into a monster by King Dedede, Tokkori is present to watch the aftermath and the eventual departure of Bonkers from Dream Land. "The only stuff Kirby's fit to teach is how to sleep all day long and how to eat everything in sight!"
Cooking Up Trouble
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori gets involved with the cooking craze in Dream Land, and insists on buying a piece of SlicerDicer from King Dedede. When it eventually shows up, he and Kirby run off to the cooking competition, inadvertently bringing the last piece of the food-making robot to be reassembled by King Dedede and Escargoon. "Hey, hold it! Me and Kirby wanna enter the contest, too!"
Teacher's Threat
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori is present at the Dedede Academy to attend Mr. Chip's class, but does little more than comment wryly on the situation, taking opportunities to make fun of as many people as he can. He is also present to watch Kirby battle and defeat Rekketsu, and see Mr. Chip off after everything is said and done. "Yeah! The only thing you're gonna learn is how dumb ya are!"
Mumbies Madness
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori is disturbed at Kirby's House when Mumbies comes to attack Kirby in the night. Tokkori proves to be of little help, and leaves Kirby to fend for himself. Later on, when the others find Kirby in his beat-up state, they berate Tokkori for not helping Kirby out. "Just slap a little first-aid ointment on that boy and he'll be as good as new!" *nervous laughter*
Waste Management
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is present briefly in Cappy Town, mocking Chef Kawasaki's latest attempts at cooking, and is later chased away by the invading crows. Later on, when Crowemon turns into a monster and starts mind-controlling all the birds in Dream Land, Tokkori is among those who gets possessed, though this leads to relatively little consequence, as Tokkori does little more than peck at Kirby for a bit alongside Coo. "Well, ya got me stumped. I couldn't tell ya what this mystery meat is if ya paid me!"
Born to Be Mild - Part I
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori briefly shows up to complain to Chief Bookem about the ruckus the motorcycle gang is creating. He is not seen much for the remainder of the episode. "Quit making excuses and start making arrests!"
Cowardly Creature
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Secondary character In this episode, Tokkori tells Tiff and Tuff about the commotion in the night being caused by Phan Phan, and later shows up to watch the resulting events play out. After Phan Phan becomes docile, Tokkori is present to watch Kirby become friends with it. He clears out after Phan Phan gets roped in and made hostile again by the monster Whippy. "He ain't no monster. He's a dang sissy!"
Frog Wild
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori shows up briefly to watch the chaos Kirby is causing in Cappy Town while being possessed by the Demon Frog. He narrowly avoids being hit by Kirby while he is commandeering the Royal Racecar. "Good thing he's built like an airbag!"
Air-Ride-in-Style - Part I
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is very briefly seen along with so many other people in the central plaza in Cappy Town as they watch the Destroya invade Dream Land. (no dialogue)
Cappy Town Down
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori approaches Tiff, Tuff, and Kirby at Castle Dedede after Cappy Town is destroyed, informing them that the people in town are blaming Kirby for the calamity. Later on, Tokkori accompanies the others to see Meta Knight's Halberd, and eventually agrees to comes with them to eNeMeE's Fortress. "Folks are saying this is your fault!"
Combat Kirby
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Tertiary character In this episode, Tokkori is largely on the sidelines while accompanying the Halberd crew, though he does offer some incidental commentary. "Some wormhole. I don't see no worms nowhere."
Fright to the Finish
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Secondary character In this episode, after escaping the Halberd with the other crew members, Tokkori agrees to accompany Chef Kawasaki and Kit Cosmos as they carry the explosives to the command center inside the fortress. After the bombs are planted and eNeMeE is defeated, Tokkori escapes the fortress with the others by using the Monster Delivery System. He is present with the others as they watch the Sun rise on Dream Land, now free of the menace from N.M.E. "I don't think that helmet's lettin' the guy's brain breathe!"