It was a typical day for cheeky little piggy Peppa. George has scheduled a playdate with his friends to a special playground for 3-year olds only, so Peppa decided on a playdate with her best friend Suzy Sheep, so she walked to the phone which stood on the little table in front of the couch and picked it up to her ear. Peppa had never attempted to dial someone before, but she was proud because she had memorized Suzy's phone number, "19212625-1985516". She raised one finger and at first seemed a bit nervous, sweating with temptation. What if she entered the wrong number? Would she have to ask her mother what was the number again? But then, Peppa overcame her nervousness and typed on the numbers in the correct order. She waited for something to pick up on the phone, but her nervousness soon returned when she expected a voice which would say "Sorry, this is not an appropriate number. Please try again."
After a few seconds, the phone finally picked up. Peppa's nervousness wore off and, with surprise, was relieved and happy that she entered the correct number, while her nervous sweats disappeared. She put the phone closer to her ear and spoke.
Peppa: Suzy Sheep? This is your best friend Peppa Pig. Would you come to my house to play with me?
However, she received no answer. So she spoke again, only much louder.
Peppa: [oinks] Suzy! Aren't you gonna answer or not!?
Still, nothing. Suddenly, Mummy Pig walked up to her little pig. She was quite surprised and confused at what Peppa was doing on the phone.
Mummy Pig: Peppa, what are you doing?
Upon hearing her mother's words, Peppa turned her head to Mummy Pig and asked in a worried tone, quite different from the happy-go-lucky voice she mostly used.
Peppa: [sighs] My little brother George is busy playing with his friends at the special playground for babies only, so I decided to call Suzy to play with me. I memorized her phone number but I didn't hear anything.
Mummy Pig: Peppa, you can play with Suzy next time. I think she is playing outside her house or something.
The phone rang again and Peppa answered it. This time she heard something... but it wasn't Suzy, nor any one of her other friends, she heard a gruff, male voice shout.
Unknown Voice: Help! Our house is on fire!
Mummy Pig: On fire? Right, we'll be here in a minute! Peppa, you can come with me!
The two pigs ran out of the house and boarded a taxi to go to the fire station. Peppa had remembered the time her mother and her fire station team extinguished her father's barbecue, but she was more than excited to see them take out fire from a building. A few minutes later, they arrived at the Mummy's Fire Station, which where Mummy Pig's friends had worked as well. Peppa and her mother leaped off the taxi and into the fire station, where all the mothers are waiting.
Mummy Rabbit: Oh goodness, you're just in time! Now hurry up, there's a fire waiting to be extinguished!
Without thinking twice, all of the mummies got into their firefighter uniforms from the closet, slid down the pole, followed by Peppa, into the room where the fire engine awaited, hopped inside the vehicle, and drove off.
While inside, Peppa worried that Suzy's house might be the one burning. What if Suzy was trapped in the fiery building? What if she did not survive? This was too much thought, because after a few minutes they were finally at Suzy's house, which Peppa was right about all along. Mummy Pig leaped off the engine and ran to Mr. and Ms. Sheep, the owners of the house which was flaming.
Mummy Pig: I'm right here! Can you address yourself, sir?
She was referring to Mr. Sheep, whose appearance was quite unique from the other daddies. While he was the same, fat size as the other daddies, he wore a royal blue business jacket, a purple necktie, and teal derby shoes. He spoke in the same gruff voice from before, in fact, turning out to be the gruff voice after all.
Mr. Sheep: I'm Mr. Sheep. I have a beautiful wife and one daughter.
Mummy Pig: Alright then. [to the mummies] Now, let's fight this fire!
Mummy Rabbit: Aye aye, Mummy Pig!
She reached for the engine's long hose and gave it to Mummy Pig, who then aimed it at Suzy's blazing house. She signaled to Mummy Dog for the water and she did as she was told, turning the valve on the engine to let the water fly. However, what came out of the hose was reduced to a single water drop. The engine turned out to be empty.
Mummy Pig: Well, looks like someone didn't bother to refill this darn engine.
Mummy Rabbit: Whoops! [giggles sheepishly] Sorry, Mummy Pig.
Mrs. Sheep: You don't have time to go back to the fire station and refill the fire engine. Look, our house is burning stronger!
Mrs. Sheep pointed to her house, whose flames were increasing in size and strength. Suddenly, Peppa heard a familiar voice cry for help. She knew it had to be from someone, so she listened closer to the cries of help. Then, a familiar kid popped out from the window. She, like her parents, was a sheep, had a pink dress, black shoes, a pink nose, and a short tail like a cotton ball sticking out from her rear end. Peppa saw her and immediately recognized her as none other than her best friend Suzy Sheep.
Peppa: [gasps] Suzy!
Peppa was right all along. Suzy's house was the one which was burning and she was the person stuck inside, sure to meet her flaming demise. Even when Suzy was a bit bossy, Peppa will still and forever love her with all her heart. Peppa's nervousness returned to her brain, but she had never tried to rescue someone before. What if she could not make it in time? Nevertheless, Peppa stood very brave and strong and ran into the fiery house.
Mummy Pig: Peppa! What are you doing!?!?
But it was too late, Mummy Pig could only watch as her daughter disappeared into the house. She began to cry as her fellow friend Mummy Rabbit hugged her and patted her on the back.
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But inside, Peppa was still alive, now ready to face the flames and rescue Suzy. As she went up the stairs, a flaming rack tumbled and set them on fire. Peppa heard the noise of the flames behind her and, with pure luck, was able to elude them by running the fastest she could. She was now in the second floor in the hallway, but saw only one door; the other was covered by a huge flame, and she couldn't tell which one led to Suzy's room.
Eventually she made her choice and ran into the first door, which led to the bathroom. It was pure luck for Peppa, because now she had a water source to put out the flames. Without hesitation, she grabbed a bucket, turned on the faucet to the bathtub, and filled the bucket with water. She slowly went back to the hallway, while carrying the bucket so as to not spill it, and threw the water to the flames blocking Suzy's door, extinguishing them. She could now clearly see the door and ran inside.
Inside, she saw Suzy's room on fire, and on the bed laid an unconscious Suzy. Peppa wasn't sure why she was like this. Did Suzy fall asleep? Did she faint because of trauma? However, time was running out, because the flames grew bigger. With no time to waste, Peppa quickly grabbed her unconscious friend and ran back into the hallway. She saw an available window, which was lucky for her, so she broke out of the window and fell off the flaming building, before getting caught by Mummy Rabbit.
Mummy Rabbit: Don't worry, Peppa, I got you!
She safely settled Peppa down, who then walked to her crying mother, still thinking that she had lost her daughter. Peppa placed Suzy safely on the grass and comforted her mother.
Peppa: It's okay, Mummy. I'm not dead.
However, Mummy Pig, while responding to the familiar voice of her daughter, was still crying before turning around to see Peppa. When she did, she was greatly surprised to see her little piggy safe and sound and picked her up proudly.
Mummy Pig: Oh, Peppa! There you are! You are perfectly okay! Not even a scratch on your little body!
But as she spoke, Mummy Pig then cried again as she hugged her daughter, before settling her down. The ambulance and news van then arrived on the scene, where the ambulance drivers picked Suzy up, settled her fainted body onto the wheeled bed thingy, and rolled her inside the ambulance. Meanwhile, Mr. Potato, who was the news reporter, reported on Peppa's incredible rescue.
Mr. Potato: And breaking news, Peppa Pig, who is only a five-year old, has saved her friend Suzy Sheep without breaking a sweat I've never seen such heroism like this before! It's more than incredible! [turns his microphone to Peppa] So Peppa, can you describe yourself when you rescued Suzy from her house?
Peppa: Uh, Mummy Rabbit forgot to refill the fire engine, and I didn't want my friend to die, so, I became very brave like a bear and rescued her without even a scratch or burn on my body. My mother was very worried when she saw me run inside, and she thought that I was burned to death, but I wasn't.
Mr. Potato: Good! Because of Peppa's heroic actions, let's hereby call this special day Peppa Day! Three cheers for Peppa.
He and the others chanted "Hip Hip Hooray!" with pure happiness while Peppa shed a happy tear from her eye. She had never had a holiday named after her. She felt so proud, but just then she saw Suzy's parents attending to their unconscious daughter, so she decided to join them.
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Mr. Sheep: Oh Suzy, I hope you're gonna be alright!
Peppa: Suzy! Are you okay? Say something!
Suddenly, Suzy's eyes began to slowly open. She saw her parents and her best friend standing before her. Peppa hugged Suzy while shedding tears and sniffing with sadness.
Suzy: [weakly] Thank you, Peppa. Thank you for saving me from our burning house.
Peppa: [crying] I will love you forever, best friend. [continues crying]
Then, the ambulance guys closed the doors and hopped into the ambulance to drive away as Peppa waved back, still crying. It was night now, so her mother picked her up and walked into the fire engine, patting her on the back. The fellow mummies followed Mummy Pig into the engine and drove the two piggies back to their home. Mummy Pig walked out, still holding her crying daughter, and walked inside the house, where Daddy Pig and George are relaxing from their time at the baby playground.
Daddy Pig: Hello, Mummy Pig.
George oinked with excitement at the presence of his mother and got up to run to her. He held out his dinosaur and jumped up and down while chanting "Dinosaur!", but Mummy Pig simply ignored him and walked to and up the stairs as George let out a puzzled "Oh". Fortunately, his father decided to join in his dinosaur game by walking up to his little son and chasing him like a dinosaur.
In the hallway, Mummy Pig continued carrying Peppa to her room and gently settled her daughter on her upper bunk.
Mummy Pig: Calm down, Peppa. You were quite proud that you were brave and heroic, aren't you?
Peppa: [sniffing] Yes. [sniffs] But my friend Suzy is in hospital. Is she gonna be okay?
Mummy Pig: I'm sure she'll be okay. Now, goodnight Peppa.
On her sentence, Mummy Pig kissed Peppa, shut the lights and closed the door gently. Peppa, however, was still sniffing until she fell asleep after a few seconds.
The next day, Peppa was not her usual happy, puddle-jumping self. She was still worried that Suzy might be in hospital forever or dead. When Mummy Pig called her to breakfast, Peppa simply walked in with no words like "Coming Mummy!", and settled down to eat her breakfast, pancakes and juice.
Suddenly, there was a ring on the doorbell. Peppa would want to know who was there, but first she finished her breakfast before walking to the door. She wondered who could be at the door. Suzy? Danny? Rebecca?. But she decided to open the door anyway, and her depression suddenly changed to surprise when she saw who was at the door.
"Guess who, Peppa?"
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Peppa let out a joyful "Suzy!" and hugged her best friend as a tear flowed out from her eye. She was happy that Suzy was okay. She will still love Suzy despite her bossiness.
Peppa: Oh goodness. You're okay! I'm so happy to see you again! I'm proud about my heroic experience.
Suzy: Yeah, I know, Peppa.
Mrs. Sheep: Okay Suzy, we'll pick you up later.
Mr. Sheep: Have fun now. [walks away with his wife]
Peppa: Now, want to play fairy princesses?
Suzy: Of course!
Then the very best of friends ran up the stairs and into Peppa's room to begin their fun. George decided to follow them as Mummy and Daddy Pig looked on.
Daddy Pig: Ho ho! I love happy endings!
Mummy Pig: [chuckles] Me too.
Suzy's phone number, 19212625-1985516, is also her name in numbers, as in:
S-19, U-21, Z-26, Y-25 - S-19, H-8, E-5, E-5, P-16