Shining Time Station

Season 3 Episode 1

Becky Makes a Wish

Aired Unknown Mar 21, 1993 on PBS
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Episode Summary

Becky Makes a Wish
Becky hopes that something special would happen in the station. Suddenly, unexpected things happen like Schemer and Stacy switching personnalities and the mayor flying like a bird across town.

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    Ringo Starr

    Ringo Starr

    Mr. Conductor (1990-1991)

    George Carlin

    George Carlin

    Mr. Conductor (1991-1993)

    Jonathan Freeman

    Jonathan Freeman

    Tito Swing

    Didi Conn

    Didi Conn

    Stacy Jones

    Leonard Jackson

    Leonard Jackson

    Henry 'Harry' Cupper (1990-1991)

    Nicole Leach

    Nicole Leach

    Tanya (1990-1991)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Billy: You know, Becky, Midge has a great heart. (whispers as the star flies past) But sometimes I wish she'd zip her lip. (pause) Uh-oh!
        Becky: Uh-oh.
        (they exit the workshop to find Midge with a zipper in her mouth while attempting to interact)
        Stacy: (as Schemer) Hey, Billy, Becky, get a load of that new, improved Midge Smoot. (laughs)

      • Schemer: (as Stacy, to Stacy) Oh, uh-- Uh-- Uh-- I'm-- I'm sorry, Stacy. Do you have a moment?
        Stacy: (as Schemer) Yeah, but not for you!
        (she does Schemer's trademark wheezing laugh)

      • Schemer: (as Stacy; into telephone) Shining Time Station. Schemer Jones speaking.

      • Billy: We weren't expecting you for another, uh...
        Schemer: (as Stacy) 6 minutes and 21 seconds.
        Mr. King: Well, all right, then. I'll be back in exactly 6 minutes and 21 seconds.
        Stacy: (as Schemer) Oh, thanks for the warning. (she slaps Mr. King on the back) See ya later.
        (she leaves)
        Mr. King: And, by all the railroad ties in the railroad, every clock and watch in this entire station better be working like... Like CLOCKWORK!!
        Schemer: (nervously) Yes, Mr. King, sir!

    • NOTES (6)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Mayor Flopdinger: Ask not what I can do for you, but rather, what you can do for me.

        This line is similar to John F. Kennedy's famous phrase from when he was elected president:
        "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country!"