THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
THE MAN IN THE HILLS
It was Mr. Percival's Birthday and the engines were going to celebrate. Sir Handel told Thomas about 'The man in the hills'. Thomas decided to find him but mistaken the flour miller and the baker.
- A nice homage to 'The Long Man of Wilmington'.
- Why aren't the NG engine doing work?
- You think Thomas knows about 'The Man In The Hills'
- If 'The Man In The Hills' was never seen, how come their's railway lines beside it?
Another bad episode. I do like the homage to 'The Long Man of Wilmington', nice to see some British culture on the Island, this is what it looks in England:
But how the way 'The Man In The Hills' was portrayed was illogical and pointless, if it was never seen, how come railway lines run right near it? Surely all the NG engines should know of its existence, like Skarloey or Rheneas. Plus, Thomas was his usual stupid self, he should know what a miller and baker would look like and obviously not like a hill figure. The episode is not good and its not worth the watch.