Roundup Wilson Chuggington


Roundup Wilson

Children's animation. During a training exercise, Wilson and the rest of Chug Patrol must evacuate animals from the safari park.


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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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-It's time!

-It's time.

-It's time!

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Wowzer! It's time!

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Right, Chug Patrollers, sometimes, in an emergency,

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we need to get Chuggers away safely.

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Like, if there's a fire?

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Exactly. So we're going to practise evacuating the roundhouses.

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Wilson, you'll get everyone out of the front roundhouses

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-and take them to meeting point one.

-Got it!

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Ash and Calley, you'll evacuate the rear roundhouses

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-and assemble at meeting point two.

-Absotootly, Jackman!

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Good communication is essential.

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-Stay calm and give clear instructions.

-Calm and clear.

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-Report when you've reached your meeting point.

-Got it, Chief!

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You can count on me to lead my group to safety.

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ALL: We're Chug Patrol and we're in control!

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Good luck!

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Stand-by for the alarm, Chug Patrollers.

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Three, two, one.

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ALARM BLARES

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Attention! This is only a practice drill, not a real emergency!

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-What?

-What's happening?

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Repeat, this is only a drill. Please listen carefully.

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-Go for it!

-Everybody out! Single file, please.

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Then I'll lead you to the meeting point.

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ALL: OK!

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If it's not real, why do I have to come out?

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Yeah! I'm still tired!

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It's to make sure you know what to do if there ever is an emergency.

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-We know!

-Yeah, we know!

-Bye.

-Bye.

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But you must come with me. That's what you have to do.

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Everybody else is lined up.

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Please? Oh, why won't they listen to me?

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Hoot and Toot, get out of there immediately!

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BOTH: Coming.

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-Brewster.

-Right!

-Koko, Zephie.

-Yeah!

-Piper.

-Yes.

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-Old Puffer Pete.

-Here!

-Irving.

-Present!

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-Hoot and Toot.

-Yeah.

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Good! Follow me.

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GIGGLING

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Right, what's next? Everybody, um...

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What was it? Oh, yes! Line up, er...

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-on the tracks by the...

-Oh, look! A squirrel!

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-..by the screen.

-Where? I want to see.

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-You have to line up!

-I am lining up, behind the squirrel.

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-Master Jackman, rear roundhouse evacuation complete.

-Roger that.

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Stand by for further instructions.

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-What's going on with Wilson?

-Tag! You're it!

-Oh, not fair!

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It's not playtime!

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LAUGHTER

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-Come and get us!

-Stop it! Everyone, now!

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-You can't get me!

-Faster, faster, faster!

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-Jackman to Wilson?

-Come back!

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Jackman to Wilson!

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-You can't catch me!

-Jackman to Wilson! Do you read me? Over.

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-Sorry, Chief, I didn't hear you.

-You must take control.

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Stop messing about! Go and line up where I told you to!

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You'll have to catch us first.

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Leave it to me. Attention, Chuggers!

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Please line up in front of the big screen quietly and calmly.

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-Sounds serious.

-We'd better listen.

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Thank you. The drill is over.

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Repeat, the drill is now over.

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You may leave your meeting points. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Fender up. At least it wasn't a real emergency.

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Yeah. Thank goodness, Pete.

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Oh, bumpers, that was a disaster!

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I think we'd better do another roundhouse drill soon. Huh!

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-That didn't go so well.

-Sorry, Chief.

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You mustn't forget the golden rule. Calm and clear.

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What's next?

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Well, it's not just Chuggers that are affected by emergencies.

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So your next drill is practising a safari park evacuation.

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ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

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Hopefully, animals will be easier than Hoot and Toot.

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Ash, you're evacuating the elephants and rhinos.

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Big Beasts, all right!

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-Calley, can you handle the lions?

-Absotootly! Raar!

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And, Wilson, you're responsible for the monkeys.

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Oo-oo! Aa-aa! Got it, Chief!

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Stand by. Three, two, one.

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ALARM BLARES

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ALL: We're Chug Patrol and we're in control!

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Attention! This isn't real, it's a drill,

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but you've still got to get out of here now!

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Easy, Wilson, you're scaring them.

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Oh, no! Sorry, Dr Gosling.

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Animals take gentle handling. Watch.

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Breakfast time.

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I'll bet you're hungry, aren't you? That's it, in you go.

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Don't worry, you'll be safe in there.

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-Thanks, Dr Gosling!

-You're welcome.

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Perfecto! That was easy compared to Hoot and Toot!

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-Wilson to Jackman.

-Report, Chug Patroller.

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-I've got the monkeys and we're at the meeting point.

-Good work.

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-Stand by.

-Yes, Chief. Over and out.

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Hee-hee-hee-hee!

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THEY SCREECH

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MONKEY SCREECHES

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The monkeys seem happy here,

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so maybe I should help with the other animals.

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'Jackman to Wilson. How's it going?'

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THEY SCREECH

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Ha-ha! Very funny, Wilson. Speak to you later. Over and out.

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THEY SCREECH

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That's it, big fella. Easy does it.

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HOOT!

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-Need a helping wheel, Ash?

-Wilson! Where are the monkeys?

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-At the meeting point.

-You can't leave them on their own!

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-You're responsible for them!

-Oh, bumpers! I'll go straight back.

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Oh, big bumpers! Wilson to Jackman.

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Wilson to Jackman?

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My Chug Com's gone!

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MONKEYS SCREECH

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Easy, lions, this won't take long. I'll take good care of you.

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Calley to Jackman, approaching the meeting point now.

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MONKEYS SCREECH

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Hey, that's my Chug Com!

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Stop that! Give it back!

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You all have to get in the wagon right now!

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HOOT-HOOT!

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Oh, no! I'm scaring them again!

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Be gentle, Wilson, clear and calm.

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It's OK, don't worry.

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Today, it's my job to make sure you're safe in case of an emergency.

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Please climb aboard. This is just a practice.

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Perfecto!

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Thank you.

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You all did really well.

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Wait here until I'm told it's OK, then you can go and play.

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THEY SCREECH

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OK, everyone the drill is over. It's safe to return to the park.

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-Roger that, Chief.

-Well done, Wilson.

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-I hope those monkeys didn't give you too much trouble.

-No trouble at all.

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You were right, Jackman. Clear communication is essential.

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Oo-oo-aa-aa!

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THEY SCREECH

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

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# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington

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# Chuggington

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# Clackety-clack. #

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Children's animation set in Chuggington, a special place where the trains talk, think and don't need drivers. During a training exercise, Wilson and the rest of Chug Patrol must evacuate animals from the safari park.


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