Chief Wilson Chuggington


Chief Wilson

Children's animation. Wilson takes a test to assess his new Chug Patrol skills, but he forgets something important and fails.


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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

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# 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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HE HONKS HORN

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Morning, Chief. Hi, Calley.

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BOTH: Hey, Wilson.

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What are we doing today?

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I've arranged for you to use the Chug-a-Sonic Speed Track.

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Wowser!

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To practise going really fast?

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No, Wilson!

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Actually, it's a little test.

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We've set up some emergency situations for you to deal with.

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I want to see how you handle them.

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When you find a problem, you'll have to decide what action to take.

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-Imagine YOU are in charge.

-Ooh! Me?

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-CHIEF!

-Yes!

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You can pretend to be Chief, but just for the test.

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I'll be your backup and I'll bring you any extra equipment you need.

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Wowser! This sounds perfecto. Chug Command, release Chug Patrol One!

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BOTH: Good luck, Wilson.

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Chief Wilson is in control and ready to roll!

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HE HONKS HORN

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HE SIGHS

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All yours.

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Thank you very much, Harrison.

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I'll be back shortly with another load.

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A huge consignment has just arrived at the docks.

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THEY HONK HORNS

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Morning, Pete. Zack said you needed a helping wheel today.

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Much appreciated, Beanstalk!

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There's a lot to do.

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Honking horns! I see what you mean.

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Can you start with some stocktaking?

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No problem, Pete.

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Count up all those containers, please.

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There should be, um...

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20, I think it was.

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Or perhaps it was 84...

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-I'll work it out, Pete.

-No! 99...

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Wilson to Jackman,

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arrived at destination, over.

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Great, now work your way around the track

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and deal with each situation you come to.

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-Got it, Chief.

-Uh-uh, you're Chief, remember!

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-Oh, yeah!

-You have two hours.

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Perfecto!

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-I'm ready to roll!

-And your time starts...

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NOW!

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Hmm. Leaves on the line are dangerous.

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Action? Close the track and clear them away.

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-Wilson to Calley.

-Report, Chug Patroller.

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I need Chug Patrol Five, please.

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Absolu-toot-toot-ely!

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Chug Command, release Chug Patrol Five.

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SHE HONKS HORN

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SIRENS WAIL

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Woo-woo-woo!

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Watch your step.

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Chug Patroller coming through!

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Thanks, Calley.

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No problem.

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Wilson reporting - test one complete.

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Good work, Chug Patroller. Roll on to the next test.

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24!

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Well, that's what I said, didn't I?

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BREWSTER LAUGHS

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What you got this time, Harrison?

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Four containers of paint.

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Right you are. Keep 'em coming!

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Back soon!

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OK, Bobsleigh, we need to get unloading and stacking.

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Fire up the crane!

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That shouldn't be there!

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Action? Remove blockage immediately.

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SIRENS WAIL

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Whoa! Oil!

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Oh, bumpers!

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Remember to look carefully before rushing in, Wilson.

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Things aren't always what they seem.

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Right, I need to close the track and clean up this oil.

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Wilson to Calley.

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Go ahead, "Chief"!

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Please bring Chug Patrol Eight.

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Wilson to Jackman, track cleared and reopened.

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-No further action required.

-Good work.

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Proceed to test number three.

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You have one hour remaining.

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SIRENS WAIL

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SKYLAR HORNS HONK

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Uh-oh! Chugger down! Are you OK, Skylar?

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Yeah, I'm all right, but my crane's jammed up

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-and I've lost my load.

-Right, don't worry, I'll get you re-railed

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then tow you to the repair shed.

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Thanks. Bet you didn't expect me to be part of your test.

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Get ready, Skylar!

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Nice craning, Chug Patroller!

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Thanks. I'm going to tow you now.

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I could drive myself.

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The derailment might have caused damage,

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-it's better to be safe.

-Good thinking, Wilson.

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Wilson reporting - alert the repair shed, I'm on my way!

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SIRENS WAIL

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You're doing a s-s-smashing job!

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Thanks, Pete.

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SIRENS WAIL

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Chug Patrol coming through!

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Phew! Finished.

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HE HONKS HORN

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Rattling rivets! What do we have this time?

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Um, spools of chain, I believe.

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Righty-oh. Thanks, Harrison.

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Come on, Bus Stop,

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there's no time to stand around twiddling your wheels.

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-I'm ready!

-SIRENS WAIL

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-Moving! Moving!

-Root and Toot are ready to scoot!

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Oh, bad luck, Skylar!

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Nothing's wrong, just helping Wilson out.

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

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Talk me through it, Wilson.

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Derailment and jammed crane.

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Got it. OK, Skylar.

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Let's get you on the rotator and let's take a look.

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Report back to Chug Patrol HQ for your debrief, Wilson.

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I'm ready to roll.

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-HE HONKS HORN

-How did he do?

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You did excellent work today, Wilson,

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but on the last test, you forgot one crucial thing.

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-BELL RINGS

-I left stuff all over the tracks

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and didn't put the barriers up!

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That's right. The first rule of Chug Patrol -

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you have to leave the track safe, or close the line.

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Oh, bumpers!

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I can't believe I did that,

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I got carried away with helping Skylar and forgot.

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Don't be too hard on yourself. You're just starting out.

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-And I bet you won't forget next time.

-I hope not.

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Come on. Let's all go back to the Chug-a-Sonic Speed Track

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and clear up together.

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Pete! Are you OK?

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PETE COUGHS

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Oh! I s-s-seem to have got myself

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into a bit of a pickle!

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Pete, I've brought back the...

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-Oh!

-Much obliged, Windsock!

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I'm a bit, um, tied up right now.

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-Could you leave them over there?

-Pete, you need help!

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Oh, this is nothing.

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I'll be all right. You should have seen me back in...

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-Oh, when was it?

-Chug Patrol...

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ready to rescue!

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PETE MUTTERS TO HIMSELF

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Nice one, Wilson!

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-What's going on?

-This young fella got me out of a spot of bother.

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It...uh...wasn't a test, was it, Jackman?

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No, this is real,

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-and I see you remembered to close the track.

-Yeah!

-Good job.

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You're doing really well with your training, Wilson.

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Maybe with a lot of hard work,

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you really will be Chief of Chug Patrol one day.

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Wowser!

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BOTH: We're Chug Patrol and we're ready to roll!

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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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Children's animation set in Chuggington, a special place where the trains talk, think and don't need drivers. Wilson takes a test to assess his new Chug Patrol skills, but he forgets something important and fails. Later when a real emergency arises, Wilson handles the situation perfectly and gets Old Puffer Pete out of trouble. Jackman is impressed - maybe Wilson will even make chief one day.


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