THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
BILL, BEN AND FERGUS
Fergus arrived to help out with Bill, Ben and Mavis at the quarry. However, with Bill and Ben's cheekiness, the twins decided to play tricks on him. But one day, Fergus was saying 'Do it right!' which annoys the twins. But when the twins collected a rock crusher, they decided to 'do it wrong'. But their trick got down in the wrong way when rocks were starting to fall and Fergus saved them.
- The moral is: listening to your elders.
- It's a shame the writer couldn't come up with a backstory for Fergus.
- 'You don't know the twins like I do' in the Railway Series, yes. But in the TV series, No.
- Arthur being in the background.
Another nice episode, despite that Fergus was saying 'Do it right!' many times, but at least it wasn't as repetitive then Ferdinand's lines in 'Misty Island Rescue'. I do like the moral of the story however. Fergus is pretty wise in this episode and is dedicated to do things right and with Bill and Ben's cheekiness, it works. Judging by the respective basises the engines have, Fergus is really the elder of the twins, with his basis, 'The Blue Circle' being built in 1926 and Bill and Ben being 'Alfred and Judy' being built in 1937 and 1953, but that's just me saying that stuff.