|Double Take title card (Click to zoom)|
|Air Date||June 30, 2013|
|Written by||Chris Sadler|
|Directed by||Chris Sadler|
|Trojan Egg||Crash Test Piggies|
Double Take is the sixteenth episode of Angry Birds Toons.
The Blues disguise themselves as eggs for fun. The pigs kidnap the birds thinking they are the real eggs, and then other pigs go into the nest pretending to be eggs as well. Matilda is going to go bananas!
Matilda leaves Jay, Jake, and Jim alone to guard the eggs, but they go playing in the mud and they become the same color as the eggs. One of the Blues accidentally pushes the eggs, which causes them to fall into a bush. Once they notice that the eggs are gone, they scream. Then they see Matilda approaching, so they try to act like the eggs. Matilda examines what she believes are the eggs, and thinks the eggs are gone so she looks for them.
But even worse, the pigs come and steal the Blues pretending as the eggs (because they actually believe too that they are the eggs). Corporal Pig orders three pigs dressed as eggs to put themselves into the nest. But this time Matilda sees that the eggs have a pig face and throw them in the same bush that the eggs went. Matilda notices the pigs' cart hoofprints and follows them quickly. The Blues break out of the sack they were stuck in and attack Corporal Pig.
The pigs in the bush notice the real eggs and take them. The pigs in the way crash with Matilda making a egg chaos. The Blues then are right next to the real eggs, shake the dirt off of themselves, and take the eggs back to the nest. When Matilda finally realizes that the eggs are gone, she starts crying. But when she reaches the nest, she notices the Blues next to the eggs doing normal activities. Matilda looks at the camera confused.
Characters (by appearance)
- The same mountain from the episode Slingshot 101 appears.
- It appears the eggs are unbreakable as they get thrown about but don't break, similarly to how they behave in the games, just like in the episode Egg's Day Out.
- This is the third time Matilda cries.The first time was in Cordon Bleugh! and the second time was in Gardening with Terence. However, in this episode, Matilda had shown no tears when crying.
- At the end, one of the Blues is reading a book with a picture of a bear with honey. This may be a reference to Winnie the Pooh.