Happy Hippy is the twelfth episode of the third season of Angry Birds Toons and the ninetieth overall. It premiered on December 25, 2015.
When the pigs are constantly ruffling Red's feathers, it takes a special kind of bird to calm his inner beast.
One day, Red was chasing the minion pigs furiously in distress and unable to keep himself in control. After the minion pigs got out of his sight, he did not calm down. Instead of returning into his usual mood, he got infuriated. Matilda, notices Red was in distress. He charged onto a boulder, causing himself to be hurt. Matilda was upset to see Red was in furious rage. She attempts to settle him down, however with no avail on first attempt. He then smashes everything in his path. She dragged Red by his tail feathers and uses a soothing sound to make him relaxed and fall asleep soundly.
In her dream, Matilda was shown hovering with a pallet drum. Red wakes up and follows her to keep himself down. However, Red sees the berries as minion pigs by mistake and took them out. She was hit by the one of the berries' debris. In the end he had destroyed the tree. She was disappointed by it, and continues to make him calm again. Red fearing a fountain rock as a minion pig laughing at Red, he destroyed the water fountain. Matilda stopped and Red hurled a piece of a rock causing her to be hurt. Red was shocked to see Matilda was hurt. He uses the pallet drum to wake her up. She was excited to see Red was calm. They both enjoyed together.
Red was then seen sleeping, he wakes up in a shock. Matilda wakes up, notices her tree and her fountain was destroyed. She got very angry, Red tries to calm her in no avail, she chases Red into a tall structure and pummels Red.
- This is the first time a bird attacks another bird.
- This is the second time a bird went crazy. The first was Matilda in Do as I Say!, and the third was Chuck in Eggshaustion.
- This episode aired on Christmas Day, even though it wasn't a Christmas episode whatsoever.
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