Rough Necks
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Episode number 2
Air Date April 18, 2014
Written by Chris Sadler
Directed by Chris Sadler
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Rough Necks is the second episode of Piggy Tales.

Toons.TV Description

Get your hard hat ready! Those towers don’t build themselves you know, so when a piggy gets his tools mixed up, things don’t go according to plan.


A Construction Minion Pig is working on top of a staircase with his hammer, but accidentally cuts hold of it and has to go all the way down to get it. It happens again, and in the process of having to go down and get it, another construction Minion Pig shows up, compares his saw with a hammer and steals it, leaving his saw behind. The first Construction Minion Pig finally reaches the bottom, but is surprised yet confused of how his hammer turned into a saw. He shakes the saw and decides it works. He uses the saw, but he falls off the tower himself. He stands back up consciously, and the saw safely hits his head.


Construction Minion Pigs(Exclusive Appearance)

Staircase - (Exclusive Appearance)


  • The staircase may just be a building.
  • The camera faces the bottom of the staircase most of the time. The top is not visible.
  • As he climbs back up the tower with the saw, he is whistling the Bad Piggies theme.
    • This is also the first episode to reference the game Bad Piggies (released Sept 27, 2012), the second being Fly Piggy, Fly!
  • If you look to the right you can see a shadow of what's likely to be the full staircase.
  • In the scene where the pig picks up the saw he says "oh well".
  • One of the pigs had a very high pitched voice.
  • When the pig was off-screen, his shadow vanished.
  • This episode aired on Kix in the UK on November 2, 2016 alongside the Angry Birds Toons episode "Where's My Crown?" and the Angry Birds Stella Toons episode "Bad Princess".



Piggy Tales "Roughnecks"-0

Piggy Tales "Roughnecks"-0

Hanmering is-- OOPS! Where did that hammer go?

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