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This episode features Jack's first accident.
Isabella looks similar to Elizabeth.
In the first scene where Alfie and Jack are working and Max shows up, there seems to be some sort of platform that Max runs over when he flies past the camera.
In some shots, you can see a wire under Alfie's hydraulic arm.
When the Foreman introdues himself to Jack, he has a moustache, red hair and a hat on. But later when he says, "Oliver, move this rock!", it's a man with no moustache and a hard hat on.
Before Jack barrel-rolls down the hill, you can see that his two left wheels are a different colour, possibly weight-filled to allow Jack's model to tip easier.
Thomas leaves with the trailer after delivering Jack to the Quarry, but when we see the close-up of Jack, the trailer is still behind him.
In the scene where Jack introduces himself to Alfie, Alfie's front left tire is flat.
When Max does the 180 degree turn, look closely, and you can see that a turntable was used to spin him.
On "The Chocolate Crunch" video this episode is referred to as "Jack Goes To Work".
On the back cover of the "Thomas & The Jet Engine" DVD (Australia), the episode is also referred to as "Jack Goes To Work".
Oliver shouldn't have moved his scoop while moving as it's unsafe practise to do so while traveling along at such a speed when near workers. (He does it just before Jack's accident.)
None of The Pack members have drivers.
(Max races by)
Jack: So that's Max! Thomas was right. He is trouble!
(Max turns around and charges at Jack)
Alfie: Look out, Jack!
(Max stops just inches in front of Jack)
Jack: Stop bullying!
Max: Can't you take a joke?! (drives away in a huff)
Alfie: Thank you, Jack!
Miss Jenny: Spot on, Thomas! You'd make a mother proud.
Jack: I'm Jack the Front loader. I can load, AND unload, AND carry lots of things!
Thomas: I can haul and shunt!
Miss Jenny: And I can get you two chatterboxes off to the Quarry!
Alfie: More help means more dirt, more dirt means more fun.
Appearances by Jack, Alfie, Max, Oliver (Pack member), Byron, Isabella, Kelly, Ms. Jenny and Thomas.
This is the 5th episode to feature only 1 engine.
The Fat Controller is mentioned, although not seen.
This and the next episodes were also narrarated by Baldwin, but it only can be seen on a special channel, and the narrarations have been added to YouTube.
This and "A Friend In Need" have the largest writing team for any episode of Thomas & Friends, to date.
This and "A Friend In Need" are the only episodes with producer, Phil Fehrle, as a writer this season.
First episode with Abi Grant as a writer.
In the British version, Jack talks to his "banksman" whereas in the American version this gentleman is referred to as an "oiler".
A larger scale model of Thomas, as well as his train of trucks was used in this episode.
The normal scale model of Thomas was used in two close-ups when he was talking to Jack as the train traveled along though. The larger scale model of Thomas had 5 faces. They were: Happy, beaming, a small smile, scared, concerned.
First appearance of Cronk station, the signal box by the sea, the Packard & Co. station yard, another church (in the distance near a section of track Thomas puffs over). Also, Thomas and Jack travel across the old bridge which is the main focus of the next episode. This episode also marks the first (and only) appearance of the unnamed quarry that The Pack work at.
First appearance of Miss. Jenny Packard (and her dog).
This episode and the next are the only Season 6 episodes narrated in America by Michael Angelis.
First appearance of Jack the front loader, Alfie the excavator, Oliver the excavator, Max the dump truck, Byron the bulldozer, Kelly the crane, Isabella the lorry, and Jenny Packard. Ned the steam shovel can be seen briefly in this story but won't be properly introduced until the next episode "A Friend In Need."
This and the next episode are the only two that David Mitton did not direct for this season, being the first to be directed by Steve Asquith.
We are introduced to the second character called Oliver. As well as Engine #11, we now have Oliver the Excavator from The Pack.
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