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“Give it a try and let the paint fly!”
―Old Puffer Pete and Wilson

Wilson and the Paint Wagon is the forty-first episode of the first season.


The three trainees are trying out some paint wagons, which are new rolling stock to Chuggington. Brewster and Koko are concentrating well with controlling the flow of the paint, but Wilson isn't concentrating at all and accidentally sprays yellow paint onto Dunbar's face, like a moustache. Olwin takes Brewster and Koko to do colour mixing, whilst Old Puffer Pete takes Wilson to the Old Town for more practicing. Brewster and Koko learn that they can mix blue and yellow to make green, red and white to make pink, and red and yellow to make orange.

After his practicing, Wilson decides to go and do some more painting. So, he repaints his roundhouse door red and paints a yellow butterfly on it. Chatsworth sees Wilson doing this and tells him sternly that he should've asked permission from Dunbar first about painting his own roundhouse door. So, Wilson covers up the yellow butterfly with red paint. Wilson still feels foolish, so Chatsworth takes Wilson to a place which needs a touch-up of paint. Wilson paints a picture of himself, Koko, Brewster, and Dunbar on a wall, and then, rather cheekily, sprays brown paint to give Dunbar a moustache!


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  • Going by production order, this is the forty-third episode of the first season.
  • Wilson hums part of the chorus to the opening theme, Honk Your Horns, twice during the episode.
  • This marks the first appearances of the paint wagons.


Other Languages

Language Title
French Wilson et le wagon peinture
German Wilson der Künstler
Japanese ウィルソンとペイント・ワゴン
Polish Wilson i wagon do malowania
Spanish Wilson y el vagon de Pinturas (Latin America)

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