A Wide Delivery (Thomas & Friends: All Engine Go!)
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Thomas must work with Diesel to deliver a house instead of Percy making him try and get out of it.
Why It Should Get Sprayed In The Face By A Skunk
- Thomas is unlikeable in this episode because he doesn't want to work with Diesel - all because he's not his best friend. Even worse, he tries to get out of doing his job by manipulating Diesel.
- The whole plot idea of Thomas and Diesel delivering a house makes the Sharon Miller era deliveries (eg, the book in open rolling stock in "Time For a Story") look realistic in comparison. Even worse, this is something that is quite literately impossible to do in real life logic.
- In fact, It would be more practical to just build another house.
- The infamous scene where Thomas and Diesel get sprayed by a skunk making them almost vomit.
- Like many of the songs in the series, "A Partner on the Rails" is really lame.
- Lazy Title: It just copies the title of "A Quiet Delivery" and replaces the worst "Quiet" with "Wide".
- A couple animation errors including Thomas and Nia's coal bunkers missing in a few scenes.
The Only Redeeming Quality
- Thomas and Diesel at least finally get along together in the end.