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“Pete! What's the hurry? Aren't you supposed to be at the movie?"
"I'm going for help! You get to safety before the... wait a minute... if you're here, where's the stampede?”
―Wilson and Old Puffer Pete

Wilson's Broadcast Blues is the third episode of the sixth season.

Plot

Wilson is chosen to appear on Radio Chuggington and decides to exaggerate a news story when his friends want to see a movie instead of listen to the radio.

Characters

Rolling Stock

Locations

Cast

UK

US

Trivia

  • The Action Chugger movie that the chuggers watch reuses footage from Out in the Cold.
  • This episode marks the first of two things for Old Puffer Pete.
    • The first episode where he is voiced by Mick Wingert in the US dub.
    • The first episode where he wears a pair of head lamps permanently.
  • A promotional image listed this episode as The Broadcast Blues. This was most likely a working title.
  • The Lone Locomotive is a parody of "The Lone Ranger", a fictional masked former Texas Ranger who fought outlaws in the American Old West with his Native American friend Tonto.

Goofs

  • In the US and UK dubs, Michael G. Stern and Michael Byers are credited for voicing Jackman despite him not speaking in the episode.
  • Toot has Hoot's voice when she gasps during Wilson's first story.
  • Skipper Stu is not on the turntable's rails.
  • Koko and Hanzo's coaches disappear in one shot during their race.
  • Zephie is smiling when she starts panicking over the "twenty rhinos on the loose."
  • Brewster is missing his Chuggineer gear in the scene of him arriving at the Repair Shed.
    • He is also missing his Chuggineer gear in the scene where everyone starts to panic over the "rhino stampede".
  • When Wilson is putting the warning sign upright, he is missing his Chug Patrol gear.
  • Old Puffer Pete's leading wheels are missing when Zephie arrives at the Repair Shed.
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