THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
AND THE REALLY USEFUL PARTY
Britt Allcroft and David Mitton
The Vicar is raising money for the children to go to the seaside by having a special garden party. Edward wanted to help, but the vicar forgot to put up posters and with that Edward helped out by having posters on his boiler and coaches. Trevor was dozing in his shed when Bertie arrived and teased him about being old. As the party came, the wet weather went, mud laid all around the road, but Trevor's smile hadn't faded away. Later Bertie was stuck in a mud patch and Terence and Bertie pulled him out of the mud. Later that evening, the money was raised to the right amount and the children can finally go to the seaside. Edward and Trevor were pleased.
- The posters were made brilliantly.
- I don't get it why Trevor is working the scrap yard?
- The posters would burn off easily since they're on Edward's boiler and smokebox.
- Trevor didn't even help with the rescue.
Despite the nitpicks, I really enjoy this episode, this is another great episode by Britt Allcroft and David Mitton. I love the design of the posters, though it would be much better if they were on Edward's running board and tender since the posters could easily burn on his boiler. I don't know why Trevor is working at the scrap yard at the beginning of the episode and in the end Terence was the only vehicle who helped Bertie out of the mud.
But I do like how the episode is focused on the road characters, wish they did that in the recent series of Thomas, minus 'Race to the Rescue'. The setting for the garden party was great and this episode is one of the favourites.