THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
HENRY'S LUCKY DAY
Henry felt lucky because all the tracks he was on were cleared, he thought his trucks gave him the luck and so he was going to use them again. But his trucks were gone as Edward took them and Henry had no luck at all! While he was looking for his trucks, he has to take the presents train for the children.
- Moral: You can't always be lucky
- Thomas' appearance was not really needed.
Despite the Christmas presents being in the picture of the episode in Henry's trucks, at least with the words 'Winter Holidays' they showed no Christmas material on the station or anywhere else, not that I'm saying I hate Christmas and I never will be hating it. That this episode is simply showing the term 'Winter Holidays' visually.
Aside from that, the episode was OK and I do think the moral of the story is telling us that we can't always be lucky all the time. Though I do have to say Thomas' appearances at the start of the episode were not really needed. Be better if were the driver telling him about his day at Tidmouth and a workmen telling him about Edward taking Henry's trucks. It's not bad just in the OK category.