Children's animation in which the trains talk, think and don't need drivers. Hoot and Toot do a good deed to help Wilson, so Vee rewards them with a gold wheel.
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Honk your horns!
# We're trainees, we're making tracks
# Wheels to the rails, clackety-clack!
# Running on time, passengers to take
# Hauling loads, pick-ups to make
# Riding the rails
# A train-tastic crew
# Honk your horns, toot-toot!
# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington
# Chugga-chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga-chugga
# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington
# Clackety-clack! #
TOOT-TOOT! Hi, Hoot and Toot. Guess what?
The Mayor has asked ME to drive her around.
That's great, Wilson!
She must really like you.
Yeah. Better not be late.
Wheels to the rails!
Uh-oh. Doesn't he need a carriage?
Oops, I bet he forgot. Where's the mayor going to sit?
Wait! We could take one to him.
Aw, that's a lovely thought, Toot.
To the rolling stock yard, on the double!
-TOOT-TOOT-TOOT! Hi, Your Mayorness.
I'll be your wheels for the day. All aboard!
Oh, bumpers. My...
-She'll never know.
-Thanks. (I owe you one.)
Oh. Hold on, there, you two.
I just wanted to say that helping Wilson was so kind.
BOTH: Thanks, Vee.
I'm really proud of you both.
In fact, I'm going to award you a gold wheel.
A gold wheel!
Watch the reward board.
Congratulations, Hoot and Toot.
-Honking horns! You only need one more gold wheel.
-What happens then?
-Vee will give you a special treat.
It's a surprise.
-Yay! I love surprises.
You'll soon get there, if you're good. See you!
Hmm, I want another gold wheel NOW. Come on, Hoot.
Let's find a way to get one.
-Looking good, Irving.
-Neat and tidy, that's how I like it.
Toot, what else do we do to get a gold wheel?
I'm not sure. We usually get them without expecting them.
I know! Let's ask Brewster.
Vee awards gold wheels for things like cleaning up,
being helpful, or learning something.
-Cleaning up? To the Chug Wash!
-Not everyday cleaning up.
It's for doing something special. Without being asked.
Let's try being helpful, Toot.
-Need any help, Eddie?
-Not right now, mate.
Thanks, but I'm sorting the rolling stock,
so there's no room for you two.
Sorry, I've already cleaned the yard from track to tunnel.
-But it's nice of you to offer.
-Nice enough to get a badge?
Now, don't be cheeky.
Come on, Hoot. No-one needs help. We'd better learn something instead.
Can you show us how to use that wagon, please?
Sorry, it's rather complicated, and I am in a rush.
Teach you how to be a steam engine? Heh-heh-heh!
I don't think you've got the right parts, Fruit and Loop.
Can you show us how to do that, Koko?
Sorry, can't stop. People are waiting for their newspapers.
We've tried everything, but there's nothing to clean up.
-No-one needs help.
-And nobody has time to teach us anything.
So how can we get another gold wheel?
-Thanks again, Mayor Pullman. See you next time.
-Ooh, I see you have a very important passenger.
-Yes, can't stop.
You'd forget your wheels if they weren't bolted on.
You'll think of something.
Vee loves Chuggers showing a bit of get-up-and-go.
-You know, coming up with ideas and doing things for yourself.
Hmm. There are still lots of wagons to learn.
We could try and teach ourselves.
To the rolling stock yard!
How does it work?
Don't know. But it can't be that hard.
What's this do?
Ah! Get off!
Let's try something else.
We'd better clean up, first.
No, it's OK. Irving will do it.
My paint wagon's not working.
I think mine's empty.
Oh! It's not.
-I can't work out how to use it.
-Back to the rolling stock yard.
The siren doesn't work.
We'll have to do it.
BOTH: Nee-naw, nee-naw, nee-naw.
This magnet cart doesn't do anything.
Yeah, let's try something else.
Hee-hee. Oh, where did everything go?
-There's just this boring one left.
-We can learn that.
Forward. Reverse. Forward. Reverse.
-Does it do anything else?
We did it!
We learned how to use the flatbed car.
By ourselves, with our get-up-and-go.
I see. And what are all those other wagons?
-The ones we didn't know how to use.
-Do we get a gold wheel?
There's rolling stock everywhere!
I've been sprayed with paint that won't come off.
Oh, it'll take me hours to clean up this mess.
I'm steaming. Someone's had me tender car.
I can't find it anywhere.
Someone's taken all my tools.
Sorry, Hoot and Toot. I can't award you a gold wheel.
In fact, I'm going to have to take one away.
BOTH: Oh, no!
And I want the depot back like it was.
-We're sorry, Vee.
We've been selfish. All we thought about was getting our wheel.
I know, we didn't think about anyone else.
Better make a start.
Whoopsie. Thanks again for earlier. Need a helping wheel?
BOTH: Yes, please! Let's clean those rails!
BOTH: Finished! TOOT-TOOT!
Thanks for helping.
That's all right. One good turn deserves another.
You learned a hard lesson today.
So I've decided you DO deserve a gold wheel after all.
Thanks, Vee. And next time we'll know...
BOTH: To clean up as we go!
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Children's animation set in Chuggington, a special place where the trains talk, think and don't need drivers. Hoot and Toot do a good deed to help Wilson, so Vee rewards them with a gold wheel. But they get greedy and want another, going about it all the wrong way.