Pingu is pretending to be an Indian, by having his teddy bear pinned to a piece of wood and dancing around it, but he later on does not think it is good enough, so when he sees Pinga's teddy bear, he tries to get it instead. Using the rope he had with him, Pingu lassos the teddy, but Pinga sees it right away and tries to hold it back which results in the teddy's leg tearing off. Thirsting for revenge, Pinga breaks the sail off Pingu's toy boat and then runs to Mother. Pingu and Pinga argue in front of her about who is to blame. Eventually, Mother sides with Pinga on the matter, causing an unhappy Pingu to slump outside feeling mostly remorseful for his actions.
Despite winning her argument with her big brother, Pinga sobs over her tawn teddy bear, but Mother soon stitches the leg back on. Pinga is very happy, but Pingu still regrets being so mean. Then he sees that his little sister is also happy because of the lolly-pop Mother has given her. Pingu witnesses this and feels that he would like to have lolly-pop too to make him even with Pinga so he rips the leg of his own teddy and takes it to Mother. As soon as she has sown the teddy's leg back on, Pingu asks Mother for a lolly-pop. Mother seeing through Pingu's plan chuckles and fetches her son his lolly. Pingu rushes back outside to Pinga and the two young penguins lick happily on their lolly-pops, glad to be truly brother and sister again.
- This is the 100th episode in the series.
- This episode was not shown throughout most of North America due to Pingu pretending to be a redman, but is available uncut on Amazon Prime. It was also banned in Japan for probably the same reason.