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“Hey, stop that right now, you naughty 'ephelant'!”
―Wilson

Wilson and the Elephant is the second episode of the first season.

Plot

Wilson, Koko and Brewster are told that they have an important job: they have to transport animals from the Old Safari Park to the new one. Koko is in charge of the monkey, Brewster is in charge of the giraffe, and Wilson is in charge of Ebo, the elephant.

All three then set off, but Wilson soon discovers that hauling an elephant isn't that easy, especially a cheeky elephant. Ebo rocks the car, causing Wilson to feel funny. Ebo then purposely snaps the coupling, causing him to roll back, without Wilson noticing. Near the station, Brewster figures out that Wilson's car is gone. He tries to tell him, but Wilson never hears him. At the station, Koko soon tells him what has happened. Wilson, shocked, goes back and tries to find Ebo.

He soon does, in the middle of the forest. Wilson then keeps tracking him until he gets to a dead end. While trying to reverse, Ebo knocks a tree down, blocking both lines, making Wilson trapped. Ebo then feels sorry, so he hauls the tree back up, and gets into the car, much to Wilson's appreciation. Afterwards, the two set off for the Safari Park. Once there, the three trainees get their Animal Transportation badges.

Characters

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Cast

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Trivia

  • Going by production order, this is the fifth episode of the first season.
  • This episode marks the first occurrence of a few of things:
    • The first appearance of Vicky and Dr. Gosling.
    • The first appearance of the Safari Park and the Forest.
    • The first episode where the trainees earn their badges on screen.
    • The first episode, along with Koko and the Tunnel to air on Playhouse Disney in the United States.
  • The marks the only episode to be written by Julie Jones in the series.
  • Vicky is voiced by Maria Darling in the UK dub as opposed to Nicole Davies.

Goofs

  • Vee's screen is missing in the first scene of the episode.

Other Languages

Language Title
French Wilson et l'éléphant
German Wilson und der Elefant
Japanese ウィルソンとゾウのイーボー
Polish Wilson i słoń
Russian Уилсон и слон
Spanish Wilson y el Elefante (Latin America)

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