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“Let's ride the storm!”
―Wilson, Brewster and Koko

Wilson and the Wild Wind is the forty-fourth episode of the first season.

Plot

Dunbar reveals a new training device called a storm simulator, which he calls the Storm Maker. The Storm Maker is designed to make any types of weather conditions and only responds to his voice. Koko tries out the fog, Wilson tries out a strong wind and Brewster tries out a real storm. Harrison and Chatsworth come to see the new device, and Harrison is quite unsure about the safety aspect of the Storm Maker and refuses to try it out, saying he has got work to do. But Chatsworth knows that Harrison doesn't like the water (rain) spoiling his paintwork.

Soon, Vee calls Dunbar to sort out some situation at the Foundry, so Brewster and Koko go to the Park. But, Wilson has other ideas and wants to play with the Storm Maker. But, remembering it only responds to Dunbar's voice, Wilson practices his voice until it sounds just like Dunbar's voice. So, he tells the Storm Maker to create a strong wind at level 300! The Storm Maker responds, but the wild wind it creates sends Wilson and lots of things flying! He tells everyone that the storm maker's out of control!

Wilson suggests getting Harrison and Chatsworth to help him battle against the storm, but they return to their roundhouses, so Brewster and Koko couple up to Wilson to stop the Storm Maker. Wilson, imitating Dunbar's voice, stops the Storm Maker, but Koko and Brewster are cross that Wilson was responsible for creating the wild wind. When Dunbar comes back, the trainees decide that they've had enough strong winds for one day.

Characters

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Cast

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US

Trivia

  • Going by production order, this is the forty-sixth episode of the first season.
  • The Fog Training lesson from Outward Bound Olwin is referenced in this episode.
  • This marks the first time where Sarah Ball provides a voice for an episode.
  • This marks the final episode to be written by James Mason in any way.

Goofs

  • As Dunbar explains how the Storm Maker works, the hinge joint to his chassis disconnects.

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Other Languages

Language Title
French Wilson contre le vent
German Wilson und der verrückte Sturm
Japanese ウィルソンとストームメーカー
Polish Wilson i dziki wiatr
Spanish Wilson y El viento Feroz (Latin America)

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