THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
THOMAS AND THE LIGHTHOUSE
The engines are getting ready for the fair and Thomas is to take a new lightbulb to the lighthouse. However, Thomas wanted to get to the festival on time and it caused the lightbulb to break. So Thomas was forced to miss the fair and deliver the bulb. But in the end, Thomas was saw one of the most beautiful things then the fireworks at the fair, the lighthouse.
- Thomas understanding that the lightbulb is more important then the fair
- It was nice seeing Cyril's model
- How the way the lightbulb was transported.
- 'Thomas 'speeded' up', what's wrong with sped up?
The episode is half and half for me. It was not bad, despite the two strikes and the grammar from the sentence 'Thomas 'Speeded Up', when really what's wrong with 'Sped Up'? I know realism is not the main focus of the new series of the show, but the lightbulb should've been carried in a vent van, James had the fireworks in vent vans so what's the matter for the lightbulb to have a van? But the ending was good with Thomas understanding that his job is more important then the fair and it was great seeing the model of Cyril since Season 6, even though he's known as 'The lighthouse keeper'. The episode is not bad and it's in the OK category.