Peppa Pig - All Instances where George cries
Peppa accidentally splashes George after jumping into a large muddy puddle.
Mr. Dinosaur is Lost
George cries after losing Mr. Dinosaur.
Peppa asks George "where is Mr. Dinosaur", which caused him to cry since he does not know.
He cries after Mr. Dinosaur lands in the tree.
Piggy in the Middle
Peppa teases George with the ball, then she tossed it over him which ends up with George crying.
In an attempt to cure George of his hiccups, Peppa loudly snorted; scaring him.
Flying a Kite
George is upset when he notices that the kite got stuck in a tree.
Frogs and Worms and Butterflies
George was unhappy with pretending to be a worm after Peppa suggests the idea.
The School Fete
When George was told that the fate didn't have anything Dinosaur related.
After asking for a dinosaur balloon and was told they didn't have any.
Peppa throws a very large snowball at George, knocking him down.
George cries after being pressured to eat vegetables.
The Sleepy Princess
Daddy Pig loudly roars at George like a Dinosaur, ending up with George crying.
Fancy Dress Party
George accidently scares himself with his Dinosaur costume in the mirror, thinking it is a real Dinosaur.
Very Hot Day
When George's Ice lolly melted after he took too long to eat it.
Peppa pushes George too high on the swing.
After he was put on the Climbing Frame.
After he climbs the slide, and is come down on his own.
At the Beach
When George gets knocked over by the ball.
Daddy's Movie Camera
George scares himself with the dinosaur noises he made.
George sadly cries after the bubble mixture ran out.
After the pigs find that Polly is gone, George cries when Peppa puts blame on him.
Teddy's Day Out
Before they leave the house, George bursts into tears when he recalls forgetting Mr. Dinosaur.
George cries when Richard holds their toys.
Richard cries after George gets their toys, then they both start to cry.
Richard cries after George destroys his sandcastle.
George cries when Richard destroys his in return. Then they both start to cry again.
George cries with disappointment after realizing there isn't any sand to play with.
Windy Autumn Day
George cries when his hat was blown off by the wind.
George admits defeat after he loses to Richard in the event they played.
Peppa teases George by suggesting she should get rid of Mr. Dinosaur, which ends up with George crying.
Each time that George touches the water (twice)
After Richard drops his watering can they both start to cry.
When the dinosaur animatronic roars loudly.
The Baby Piggy
George tries to show Alexander his Mr. Dinosaur, which startles him.
When Peppa shows Alexander the ball, the exact same thing happens.
George cries after the girls say that as a "baby" he can't have cookies.
George cries after they stop giving him attention and Candy Cat said that Alexander is much better than him.
George cries each time he ends up missing the Cuckoo come out of her clock and gets teased over it by Peppa.
Both George and Richard start to cry when Peppa refuses them access to her Tree House.
Suzy Sheep accidentally scares George with her roaring, and he cries.
Richard cries after being frightened by the stairs; as they do not have those in the Rabbit house.
When Peppa Pig makes a funny face with a flashlight (AKA: a torch).
George cries when Peppa and Suzy tell him there isn't enough things for him to play.
George breaks down after Suzy and Peppa make him chase after their ball continuously.
Zuzu and Zaza cry after Zoey refuses to let them join the sleepover.
Cold Winter Day
George slips on the icy hill and falls, with him getting hurt.
George cries when the rainbow vanishes through everybody's very eyes.
Richard Rabbit comes to Play
George and Richard cry when Peppa and Suzy take their revenge, so they cannot do what they want to do.
Grandpa at the Playground
Richard cries after Rebecca tells him to wait his turn.
George cries when Peppa tells him the exact same thing.
George is frightened and sad by the Helter-Skelter slide, as he is scared of heights.
Digging Up the Road
George cries with disappointment over not getting to the playground.
He cries again when they leave Mr. Bull.
He cries once again when he isn't ready to go home yet.
The last cry was when he thought Mr. Bull left for home.
Richard, George, and Edmond cry when it turns out they couldn't find any of the chocolate eggs everybody was looking for.
Alexander shows up crying, which the Pig family hears from inside of their house.
He cries again and everyone deems him to be hungry.
Edmond Elephant's Birthday
George, Edmond, Richard, and Zuzu cry whenever they were taken out of the first game.
They all cry after Zaza gets her prize for winning.
All of them cry until the next game begins for some reason, even though Zaza won the game.
Zaza cries after George gets the prize that should have been hers, then George cries after Peppa gives it to her.
All of them (Except for Edmond) cry after Edmond wins the second game.
They all cry again after the big kids take their seats.
George cries when he is on the rollercoaster because it is way too fast for him and of course, his fear of heights.
George, Richard, and Edmond cry after Suzy tries to kick them out of the sandpit.
Mummy Rabbit's Bump
Rosie and Robbie cry after Mummy Rabbit reveals them.
Daddy Pig refuses to let George play with the keys, and George cries over it.
George's New Dinosaur
George is devastated when his favourite toy, Mr. Dinosaur's tail falls off.
The Noisy Night
Baby Alexander cries after being woken up (three times)
When George somehow wakes up in the night.
When George keeps finding the games difficult for him. (twice)
When his Dinosaur Balloon flies away into the sky. (twice)
The Olden Days
Peppa and Suzy (as babies) cry at one point during the flashback scene.
The Golden Boots
Peppa cried because Mrs. Duck took her Golden Boots.
By non-fans of the series, the crying is normally classified as being very annoying and infrequent, and mildly annoying at best by some fans. George is called a crybaby as a result of this, and seems by most to cry for no reason. However, George is also only two years old, and crying is one of the only ways a toddler can communicate at that age and is for most-part, realistic.