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“Oh, you've done me proud, Brewster."
"Thanks, Dunbar. I'll miss you, but don't worry. I'm in safe wheels with Skylar."
"That's the ticket!”
―Dunbar and Brewster saying goodbye

Brewster's Crane Training is the fourteenth and final episode of the third season.

Plot

Dunbar tells the trainees that he will be leaving Chuggington for a while to travel the world. Vee introduces Skylar, and Brewster is very upset, and he misses Dunbar. Skylar tells the trainees to lift, pile, and remove some crates of the way. Wilson and Koko were amazed, except Brewster. Later Skylar goes to his crane training ground and shows a pinball game, Brewster is searching for Dunbar around the depot, and he is very sad. When Dunbar was leaving Chuggington, he went back to say goodbye to the trainees. When Brewster arrives at the training ground, he moves Skylar's ball to the pinball toboggan, the ball rolls, and the worried Brewster makes the way wisely to the gear elevator, then there's trouble, the ball falls from one gear, and Brewster's crane car got stuck on a ground grabber, but wisely, Brewster moves the ball to the gear elevator and make the gear elevator works and finish the game. Skylar, Dunbar, Wilson, and Koko arrive, Dunbar is pleased with Brewster, and Skylar becomes Brewster's new friend.

Characters

Rolling Stock

Locations

Cast

UK

US

Trivia

  • Canonically, this marks the first appearance of Skylar.
  • This episode marks the last of a few things.
    • The last episode where Emery is voiced by Hugh Reynolds in the American dub.
    • The last episode where Wilson is voiced by Morgan Overton in the British dub.
    • The last episode where Brewster is voiced by Charlie George in the British dub.
    • The last episode where Skylar is voiced by Brendan Dooling in the American dub.
    • The last time Calley is in her original livery.
    • The last episode to feature the original title card format until the sixth season episode, Slow Coach Koko.
    • The last episode to used to original intro footage.
    • The last episode to feature the Depot in its original model.

Goofs

  • This episode was incorrectly listed as "Crane Training" in American TV Guide lines. [1]
  • In the US credits, Isabella Palmieri is not credited for voicing Zephie.

References

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