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“What the blazes/on Earth is that?"
"I don't know! I've never seen anything like it!"
"Wait! It's me, Wilson!”
―Chatsworth, Old Puffer Pete and Wilson

Magnetic Wilson is the sixth episode of the third season.


Wilson, Koko, Brewster, Emery, Hodge, Zephie, Hoot and Toot have a tandem Chug-Tag match tonight. They all practise while Wilson and Koko have an advanced Storm Training lesson with Dunbar. After Dunbar leaves, Koko and Wilson decide to skip a few levels. Wilson sets the Storm Maker to level 30 and breaks Koko's wheel and the Storm Maker. Morgan says there are no spare wheels and the two may not be able to play. Wilson goes out with the electro-magnet wagon to find some metal. Unbeknownst to Wilson, however, Lori finds a spare wheel. Wilson sets the magnet so high to get a tin can, the magnet gets stuck on him. On his journey home, everything that is attracted to magnets gets stuck on Wilson; many attempts from being shaken by Pete and Chatsworth, to being rotated on the Rotator are tried, but all fails. When the Storm Maker is fixed, Wilson goes through it at level 50 and all the metal comes off. The tandem Chug-Tag match is back on!


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  • This episode marks the final appearance of the Storm Maker.
  • In the Storm Maker's last episode, Wilson and the Wild Wind, only Dunbar could control it using his voice. Now, both Wilson and Koko are able to control it using their voices.
  • In 2013, this episode was nominated for Best General Audience Animation Television Production for Preschool Children.


  • At the Countryside Crossing, some of the points of the track are missing.
  • When Wilson leaves the Storm Maker, Emery is equipped with his snow horn and lantern.
  • In the US credits, the list of voice actors were reused from the credits in Chug-o-Flage, causing some issues:
    • James Lukens, Isabella Palmieri, John Chancer, John Pohlhammer, Ben Hudson, Tori Feinstein, Johnnie Fiori, and Barbara Barnes go uncredited for voicing Hodge, Zephie, Chatsworth, Irving, Hoot, Toot, Vee, and Lori.
    • David Gyasi and Mac McDonald are credited despite neither Mtambo or Dr. Gosling appearing in the episode.