The Dragon is shown to be a large green-scaled dragon, but with red hair and big glasses.
After insulting the King, Babs, as the Royal Fool, was sent to the Dragon's cave to be eaten, but to her relief, turns out that the Dragon is nothing more then an insecure, intellectual, fretful nebbish nerd (similar to that of Woody Allen), who tells Babs to calm down, and think of her sacrifice as a really deep tan. He later appears again with Babs, who is now unchained, and he feeds her grapes while telling her he's not supposed to be fraternizing with the enemy, as he is a Dragon, but Babs think he's okay, even calling him cute. Later, the Dragon is seen on a couch while Babs, acting as a therapist, asks him about his life, and he tells her that on his sixth birthday party, while trying to blow out the candles on his cake, he accidentally sent six of his friends to the Burn Center, when suddenly, Buster arrives and is ready to battle the Dragon, but the Dragon doesn't want to fight. Thanks to Babs, he is a pacifist and prefers to play the clarinet. Buster, who still wants to battle, grabs the dragon by his tall, slams him to the floor, and stomps on his glasses. Babs tells Buster to leave the Dragon alone, as the Dragon has been rehabilitated. The Dragon still wants to do something about his breath. Suddenly, Buster has an idea, in which he and the Dragon open a restaurant called, Ye Old Tacos, where the dragon acts as the oven and cooks the food with his breath.