Children's animation in which the trains talk, think and don't need drivers. Piper sneaks out of the depot before she is ready.
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# Chug, chug, chug, chug
# Chug, chug, chug
# We're trainees We're making tracks
# Wheels to the rails Clackity-clack
# Running on time Passengers to take
# Hauling loads Pick-ups to make
# Chug chug Riding the rails
# Chug chug # A train-tastic crew
# Honk your horns Choo-choo!
# Chugger chugger chugger Chuggington
# Chugger, chugger, chugger
# Chugger, chugger, chugger Chuggington
# Clackity clack! #
Time to wake up, Chuggington!
-Morning, morning, morning.
Piper's wanted in the main depot. Shift your gears.
-Vee's got something for you.
-You'll have to wait and see.
-I'll help you, poodle.
-Steady as you go.
She's still so wobbly on her wheels.
All right, chugsters, time to get moving.
-What are we doing today, Skylar?
-Important safety training.
Train-tastic! Do we need to bring anything?
No. Just yourselves. Come with me, guys.
This is an abso-toot-ly great day in a trainee's life.
I remember when that was me.
Piper. We are thrilled to present you with your training plate.
-Well done, Piper.
-Hey, nice one, Piper.
-Jolly good luck to you.
-He-he. You're a trainee steam engine. It's official.
-Oh, can I go through the tunnels now?
but you're not ready to go out of the depot yet.
Stay put, guys, I'm going down here.
When I blow my horn, I want one of you to drive towards me.
OK, go on, then.
-Oh, um, after you.
Pack up, so you can get a good run, Koko.
Chugger, chugger, chugger!
What's Skylar up to? Hmm.
-You could have warned me.
Sorry, Koko. Here, I'll help you out.
-See, that's why I never go first!
So today, trainees,
you're leading how to use an important safety device.
-The chug catcher.
Let's see. Oh, steady as you go.
-Now release your grip and let go of me.
-You're trying too hard.
-I can't do it!
Yes, you can. But it takes patience.
You can't ride before you can roll.
You've seen what the chug catcher does.
Who can tell me why you might need it?
If I was racing Koko, I could send her in the sand and win for once!
-Yeah, thanks Lucy.
Oh, I know, if you lose control going downhill,
you can stop yourself safely.
Yeah, nice one, Brewster, that's exactly right.
So now I want you to have a go at using it.
Me next, me next!
Ah! I'm out of control! Ah!
Ooh! I did it!
Pete, I need you to do a run to the quarry, please.
Oh, can I come?
You can do it, Wilson.
You can do it, you can do it, you can do it.
Aaagh! Agh! Agh!
Wow. What's up with Wilson?
Ah. I just can't make myself do it.
It's hard to derail yourself, but you'll get there.
Sorry to interrupt, but could one of you look after Piper?
-I'll do it, Vee.
You shouldn't give up just because it's hard.
-Look. Promise me you'll come back later and try again, OK?
Wheels to the rails!
-What shall we do?
-Let's go to the quarry.
-Do you even know what a quarry is?
-No, but it sounds fun.
Hm. You know what IS really fun? The chug wash.
And the best bit is the bubbles. Lots and lots of lovely bubbles.
-Look at the Bubbles!
-Wait! We need to get those bubbles off you.
Hey. Come back here, wobbly wheels!
You really are very wobbly, aren't you?
Hm. I've got an idea.
I need to ask Morgan something. I'll be right back.
-What a beautiful day.
Perfect for a run to the quarry.
-Quarry! I want to go.
-Oh, bumpers! Where's she gone?
Oh, no! Piper! Piper!
Goodness. This wagon feels heavy today.
And now I'm hearing things.
Oh! I need a rest.
Emery, have you seen Piper?
Yeah, with Chatsworth.
Oh, no! Which way did they head?
Quarry, I think.
Ready when you are, Karen.
Here it comes.
-All done, Chatsworth.
Wait for me!
Oh, hello there.
Haven't seen you here before.
I'm new. I'm a steam engine. Look.
I can go...
..and steam comes out!
So I see.
Bye for now.
Oh, ta-ra, then! Steady as you go. Aww.
-She went that way.
-Oh, big bumpers!
I'm a steam engine.
Here I come!
Oh. Ha ha.
The sand feels funny under my wheels.
Nicely done, Brewster.
Oh, no, look out!
I'm coming. You can do it, Wilson.
Honking horns, Wilson!
That was amazing. You're a hero!
You handled a real emergency brilliantly. Top marks, Wilson.
Thanks, Skylar. I promised I'd come back
and do it later, and I did.
Great stuff, Wilson. Everyone's learned
how the chug-catcher works today, even little Piper!
Ooh! What's that?
I know it's frustrating not going anywhere,
so we got something to help.
You still need to stay here till you're steadier,
but with these you can roll around on your own.
Wow, look at me.
Abso-toot-ly brilliant, Piper.
Look at you go!
And no more wibbly-wobblies.
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Children's animation set in Chuggington, a special place where the trains talk, think and don't need drivers. Piper sneaks out of the depot before she is ready and finds out the hard way that she has a lot to learn.