History Fridge / ThomasTheTankEngine

29th Mar '18 2:50:59 AM TheCastawayPariah
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* The Season 1 episode 'Dirty Objects' ends in a HumiliationConga for James, who gets his red paint ruined by tar after he calls Toby and Henrietta "dirty objects" for being old-fashioned and needing new paint. But the kicker? 'He helped them get new coats of paint.' If he hadn't had that crash, Toby wouldn't have been called to help, or rewarded for his efforts with new paint. Thanks a bunch, James!
* The Series 3 episode 'Gordon and the Famous visitor' reveals that Gordon believes that engines without domes are 'not respectable'. It's worth noting that Flying Scotsman (Who is Gordon's brother) was exhibited at the 1924 Wembley exhibition alongside a much smaller express locomotive with no dome, and this loco was proven to be the more powerful of the two engines, so Gordon's dislike for domeless engines may just be an act of jealousy.

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* The Season 1 episode 'Dirty Objects' ''Dirty Objects'' ends in a HumiliationConga for James, who gets his red paint ruined by tar after he calls Toby and Henrietta "dirty objects" for being old-fashioned and needing new paint. But the kicker? 'He ''He helped them get new coats of paint.' '' If he hadn't had that crash, Toby wouldn't have been called to help, or rewarded for his efforts with new paint. Thanks a bunch, James!
* The Series 3 episode 'Gordon ''Gordon and the Famous visitor' visitor'' reveals that Gordon believes that engines without domes are 'not respectable'. It's worth noting that Flying Scotsman (Who is Gordon's brother) was exhibited at the 1924 Wembley exhibition alongside a much smaller express locomotive with no dome, and this loco was proven to be the more powerful of the two engines, so Gordon's dislike for domeless engines may just be an act of jealousy.
29th Mar '18 2:50:31 AM TheCastawayPariah
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* The Season 1 episode 'Dirty Objects' ends in a HumiliationConga for James, who gets his red paint ruined by tar after he calls Toby and Henrietta "dirty objects" for being old-fashioned and needing new paint. But the kicker? 'He helped them get new coats of paint.' If he hadn't had that crash, Toby wouldn't have been called to help, or rewarded for his efforts with new paint. Thanks a bunch, James!
15th Jan '18 12:00:07 AM Randomfan11
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* In ''Spencer's VIP'', [[HumbleHero Hiro]] acted just as eager and reckless as the other engines in order to be chosen to take the deputy minister home and back. It may have been funny... [[HarsherInHindsight if it weren't for the fact]] that Hiro was nearly outed and ''[[DeadlyEuphemism scrapped]]'' for being an ancient engine in "Hero of the Railway". He may have wanted the job because it would mean even lower chances of being scrapped this time.
23rd Oct '17 1:07:28 PM markmaster
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* Does Sir Topham Hatt truly care for ALL his engines? He treats Thomas and the steam team well, but Hiro was abandoned and left to rust. The same thing happened to Glynn, Which is especially jarring considering Sir Topham BUILT Glynn, and Sidney was left on a hoist for 2 years without wheels. Either Sir Topham Hatt picks favorites or this is just incompetence.
1st Jul '17 11:42:32 PM Thomasfan
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** In the same special, Emily says "But even he (Diesel), wasn't sent away from Sodor," even though he actually was. She wouldn't know the Duck and Diesel trilogy story cause she wasn't on Sodor yet! Still bags the question of why no one else corrected her though...
4th Apr '17 12:04:22 AM Thomasfan
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--> '''Sir Topham Hatt:''' I have decided to send ''Douglas back and keep you, Donald''.\\

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--> '''Sir Topham Hatt:''' I have decided to send ''Douglas back and keep you, Donald''.\\
4th Apr '17 12:03:57 AM Thomasfan
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--> '''Sir Topham Hatt:''' I have decided to send ''Douglas back and keep you, Donald''.
*** [[FridgeBrilliance Maybe Donald]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance did]]'' [[BigBrotherInstinct crash on purpose then]]

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--> '''Sir Topham Hatt:''' I have decided to send ''Douglas back and keep you, Donald''.
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[[FridgeBrilliance Maybe Donald]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance did]]'' [[BigBrotherInstinct crash on purpose then]]
4th Apr '17 12:02:38 AM Thomasfan
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** [[FridgeBrilliance Maybe Donald]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance did]]'' [[BigBrotherInstinct crash on purpose then]]

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** *** [[FridgeBrilliance Maybe Donald]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance did]]'' [[BigBrotherInstinct crash on purpose then]]
4th Apr '17 12:00:16 AM Thomasfan
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** Think back to Donald and Douglas' intro episode ''Brake Van'' for a moment. There was the possibility that one of them was going to be sent back for scrap. Then, when Donald crashes into the signalbox, he finds out this information!
--> '''Sir Topham Hatt:''' I have decided to send ''Douglas back and keep you, Donald''.
** [[FridgeBrilliance Maybe Donald]] ''[[FridgeBrilliance did]]'' [[BigBrotherInstinct crash on purpose then]]
15th Oct '16 2:35:00 PM OathToOblivion
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* The Series 3 episode 'Gordon and the Famous visitor' reveals that Gordon believes that engines without domes are 'not respectable'. It's worth noting that Flying Scotsman (Who, in the books, was Gordon's brother) was exhibited at the 1924 Wembley exhibition alongside a much smaller express locomotive with no dome, and this loco was proven to be the more powerful of the two engines, so Gordon's dislike for domeless engines may just be an act of jealousy.

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* The Series 3 episode 'Gordon and the Famous visitor' reveals that Gordon believes that engines without domes are 'not respectable'. It's worth noting that Flying Scotsman (Who, in the books, was (Who is Gordon's brother) was exhibited at the 1924 Wembley exhibition alongside a much smaller express locomotive with no dome, and this loco was proven to be the more powerful of the two engines, so Gordon's dislike for domeless engines may just be an act of jealousy.
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