THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS AND FRIENDS FAN BASE
PETER SAM AND THE REFRESHMENT LADY
Originally Written by
Adapted for Television by
Britt Allcroft and David Mitton
As Sir Handel was shut up in his shed, Peter Sam was doing all the work. One day, he met up with Henry. The big green engine told him that if he's late again, he would go off and leave his passengers behind. Peter Sam was worried. At the lakes station, Peter Sam was impatient and then he started off without the guard's whistle and leaving the refreshment lady behind! When they reached the station, Henry was already waiting. But the refreshment lady was still cross, Peter Sam explained the whole story and in the end, the refreshment lady told him that Henry's teasing him and that he's a 'guaranteed connection'.
- Some TUGS easter eggs at the lakeside station
- The lakeside station looks wonderful.
Why was Henry wearing one of Gordon's faces?
This episode is a really good adaptation, it did stick with the Reverend's story, but not too much of it. There are some easter eggs with the refurbished model of O.J and the shrimpers and the Lakeside station looks fantastic, kudos to the model makers. But the only con is Henry with Gordon's face, I don't why they put that on there, maybe they lost one of his face masks? I don't know. But the episode is great and a fine adaptation.