Park Patroller Wilson Chuggington


Park Patroller Wilson

Children's animation. When Old Puffer Pete goes sleep-riding around Chuggington, Wilson must find a solution to keep him safe.


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Honk your horns!

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Woo-woo!

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Chuggington!

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# We're trainees, we're making tracks

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# Wheels to the rails, clackety-clack!

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# Running on time, passengers to take

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# Hauling loads, pick-ups to make

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# Riding the rails

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# A train-tastic crew

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# Honk your horns, toot-toot!

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# Toot-toot!

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# Chuggington

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# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington

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# Chuggington

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# Chugga-chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga-chugga

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# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington

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# Chuggington!

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# Clackety-clack! #

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Are you ready for your late shift, Wilson?

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-I'm ready, Chief!

-Just remember, the first rule of Chug Patrol is...?

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To keep the tracks safe.

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Don't worry, Jackman. You can count on me.

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The Chuggineers will work late at the safari park once it's closed.

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-Got it.

-Keep watch at the park entrance.

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-It shouldn't take long for them to do the repairs.

-No problemo.

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I'm Chug Patrol and I'm ready to roll!

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ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

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Thank you for taking my sunset ride. Emery is waiting, so do step inside.

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Please mind the gap.

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HORN BLOWS Good night, everyone.

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HORN BLOWS Hi, everyone!

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-ALL:

-Hey, Wilson!

-All right, Wilson!

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Wow! A Chug Patrol escort!

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Yeah! We're both working late, Brewster.

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Good lad.

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M'tambo will take you to your temporary home.

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-Thank you for your help, Dr Gosling.

-Good night!

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See you later, Chuggineers.

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I'll close the park gates and keep watch. Safety first!

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Thanks, Chug Patroller!

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Oh, when you come back, the password is "hairy monkeys".

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-Don't be long!

-We won't!

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Nobody is going to get past Park Patroller Wilson!

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RHINO GRUNTS

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I hope you will be comfortable here.

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RHINO GRUNTS

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Good night.

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Phew!

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That was a busy day.

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HE YAWNS

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I worked me wheels off!

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Yeah, me too, Pete. It felt like I went to

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-every station in Chuggington!

-Where's Brewster and whatsit?

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-They're working late.

-Oh, glad I'm not!

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I could sleep for a week.

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-Night, all.

-BOTH: Good night.

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PETE SNORES

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KOKO LAUGHS

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Sleep tight, Pete.

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LOUD SNORING

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SAFARI ANIMALS ROAR

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You are sure the rhino's not here,

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aren't you, Zack?

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HE ROARS AND SHE SCREAMS

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-Fletcher, it's not funny!

-Sorry!

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The rhino is definitely not here, Tyne. He's safely out of the way.

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And Dr Gosling says he's only dangerous if you surprise him.

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Poor rhinos don't have good eyesight.

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That explains why he keeps stomping on the track, then.

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Right, let's get some light on the job and get to work.

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BATS TWITTER

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HE SIGHS

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It looks like I'm in for a quiet time.

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OWL HOOTS

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I'll get straight on it, Zack.

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PETE SNORES

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Three loads of ballast coming up.

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OWL HOOTS

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Fletch and Brewster, you get digging those rails out,

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-and Tyne and I will pick them up.

-I'm on it, Zack.

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MONKEYS CALL

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HORN BLOWS Who goes there?

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It's Irving.

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I've got to pick up the park recycling.

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OK, Irving, you may pass.

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-To get back, the password is "hairy monkeys".

-Understood!

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HORN BLOWS

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Caboose on the loose! Caboose on the loose!

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Where, Pete?

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Under me smoke-stack!

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-Huh?

-Hairy monkeys!

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I'll grab them with me crane!

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Roll back!

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Oh, dear, oh, dear, oh, dear!

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What's wrong with Pete? Why is he acting so funny?

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He's sleep-riding. He does it every once in a while.

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Nothing to worry about.

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-Smoke-stack!

-Wake up, Pete!

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Oh, no! You mustn't wake him!

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(It can be very unsettling.)

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(I'll take him home.)

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Thanks, Irving. I can't have a sleep-riding Chugger

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in the park on my watch.

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Not on your nelly!

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Smoke-stake!

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Wheels on the rails!

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Pistons!

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HE SIGHS

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Fill her up, Howie! Wash and polish too, if you please.

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Oh, no! Not again.

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Much obliged.

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What should I do?

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Pete needs to be taken home, but I can't leave my post.

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Such a busy day ahead. So much to do.

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But it's also not safe to let Pete sleep-ride around.

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I'll have to escort him home.

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Next stop, Tootington!

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PETE'S ENGINE RUMBLES

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Oh, beg your pardon! I've got a bubble in me water tank!

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Lucky it's not too far to go.

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PETE LAUGHS TO HIMSELF

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OWL HOOTS

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PETE SNORES

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Stay safe, Pete.

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I'm Chug Patrol and I'm in control.

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Rambling rivets!

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Oh, yes! Storm's coming!

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I can feel it in me water tank.

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Oh, bumpers! I have to get back to the park.

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Take cover!

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No, I'm Chug Patrol.

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It's my job to keep Chuggers safe.

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ELEVATOR BEEPS

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Oh, ho! They needed it yesterday!

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You're a bit quiet today, ain't you?

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Anyway, can't stop. Cheerio.

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# Shh, shh, shh!

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# We are Chuggineering

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# Fixing rhino-flattened track

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# We are Chuggineering

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-# Watch out for the monkeys, Zack! #

-Shh!

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MONKEYS CALL

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(Oops! Too late!)

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Shoo! Get off!

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I've got work to do! Shoo! Shoo!

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Got you! Wheels to the rails!

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Oh! Big bumpers!

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Sorry to keep you waiting. All aboard.

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PETE TOOTS HORN

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Special delivery!

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HE GASPS

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Where do you want it?

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RHINO SNORES

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Oh, no! I have to get Pete out of here before he wakes the rhino!

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Put it over here, shall I?

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Three loads of... Now, what was it?

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FROGS CROAK

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FROGS!

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RHINO YAWNS

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RHINO SNORES

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I'll be there in two clickety-clacks.

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This is a disaster!

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I've let a sleep-riding Chugger into the park!

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# We are Chuggineering

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# Under the light of the moon

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# We are Chuggineering

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# Stand by, I'll be finished soon. #

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Phew!

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'Oh, quality!'

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Cracking job, Chuggineers.

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# Heidi feidi fo! #

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I'm so sorry. He's sleep-riding. I couldn't stop him coming in.

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Oh, not again!

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It's OK, Wilson. Anyway, we've finished. The track's all fixed.

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Yeah, we were about to head home.

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We'll help you with Pete.

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Perfecto! If we can get him back to the depot,

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I think I might know a way to keep him safe.

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OK, guide Pete towards me.

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PETE GROANS AND SNORES

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PETE SNORES

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Perfecto! Pete's safe!

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-Go, Wilson!

-Quality thinking.

-Great idea!

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Oh, cracking, Wilson!

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HE YAWNS

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Now I have to get some sleep.

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BIRDS TWEET

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BELLS RING

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Time to WAKE UP, Chuggington!

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PETE YAWNS

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What a lovely night's rest!

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PETE LAUGHS

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I had some funny old dreams though!

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PETE LAUGHS

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PETE GASPS

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Wait a minute! How did I get here?

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You were sleep-riding again, Pete.

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Morning, Chuggers.

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HE LAUGHS

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Smart thinking! I heard you'd found a new use for CP6, Wilson.

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BREWSTER YAWNS

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I could sleep for a week!

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Hoo-hoo! Youngsters these days!

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No stamina!

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BREWSTER SNORES

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THEY LAUGH

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# Chuggington

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# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga

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# Chuggington Chuggington!

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# Chugga-chugga-chugga Chugga-chugga-chugga... #

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Chug-chug-chug! Chug-chug-chug! Chug-chug-chug!

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# ..Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington! #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Wilson has to guard the safari park while the Chuggineers work at night to replace some track. His patrol is fairly uneventful until Pete rolls up behaving very strangely and talking gibberish. It turns out that Pete is sleep-riding. He must be taken back to the depot.

Not long after, Pete appears again, and Wilson rushes all around Chuggington trying to catch him. Pete happily wanders through the rhino enclosure and then pays the Chuggineers a visit. Wilson thinks hard and devises a plan - he clamps Pete onto one of the CP transporter wagons. Now Pete can't go anywhere and will be safe for the rest of the night.

Pete wakes up feeling very rested; Wilson, on the other wheel, is exhausted after all that running around!


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