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Full episode details for Shining Time Station Season 3 (1993)

Becky Makes a Wish

Production #42 (3.01) - First Aired: 1993-MAR-22 (US)
Written by Sean Kelly
Directed by Wayne Moss

Summary by J. Hunter

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • J.B. King, Esq. (Mart Hulswit)

  • Midge Smoot (Bobo Lewis)

  • Mayor Flopdinger (Jerome Dempsey)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

Episode Synopsis: It seems to be a boring day for Becky at Shining Time Station. But when Mr. Conductor’s Wishing Star gets loose, hilarity ensues; from Schemer and Stacy swapping places to Midge Smoot having her lips zipped! Will Becky be able to catch the elusive Star, or will the Station fail an important inspection?

Episode Morals:

  • Be careful what you wish for, because you might regret it later on.

  • Be content with what you have.

  • The best adventures are the ones we can only dream about.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Celito Lindo

Featured Magic Bubble Music Video:

  • Help Your Wish Along

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • All at Sea

Episode Notes:

  • This is the first and only episode where Becky appears without Dan or Kara.

  • This episode is the first where the Jukebox Puppet Band is seen in their dressing room and in the basement of the Jukebox.

  • The voice telephone conversation that Stacy hears before Mayor Flopdinger arrives at the station is actually sped-up audio from a scene with Stacy and Harry from Promises, Promises (see Season 1: Promises, Promises Episode Notes).

Schemer's Alone

Production #43 (3.02) - First Aired: 1993-MAR-23 (US)
Written by Wilson Coneybeare
Directed by John Ferraro

Summary by M. Cooper

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Ginny (Barbara Hamilton

  • Midge Smoot (Bobo Lewis)

  • Barton Winslow (Gerry Parkes)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

  • Delivery Man #1 (Eric Fink)

  • Delivery Man #2 (uncredited non-speaking role)

Episode Synopsis: Schemer’s Mother is staying overnight in Snarlyville, leaving Schemer to take care of himself for the first time in his life. Instead of taking responsibility, Schemer tries getting everyone to do things for him, and pays his debts with IOU's.

Episode Morals:

  • Taking responsibility for yourself is important to growing up.

  • Admitting your mistakes is necessary in becoming more responsible.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Polly Wolly Doodle

Featured Magic Bubble Music Video:

  • I Can Do It: Music written and performed by Beverly Glenn-Copeland, produced by Vitale Productions.

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • Percy, James and the Fruitful Day

Episode Notes:

  • Schemer has a nickel-shaped rattle in his baby picture and has a nickel-decorated blanket.

  • The names and logo seen on their coveralls identify the movers as Mel (glasses) and Mack from Eggywegg Shipping.

  • In the episode's opening in the workshop where Becky helps Billy assemble a book case, it's very obvious that the shelf they are working on is severely off level where Billy puts the temporary nails.

  • When Barton Winslow wheels his motorcycle inside the station, you can tell that it's stuntman Cotton Mather from the exposed facial features.

  • The bright bank of studio lights' reflect off of Barton's motorcycle helmet.

  • Schemer’s Mother wears a hat with fake flowers and a plastic skunk on top.

  • The scene where Mr. Conductor is speaking to Billy and Stacy about Schemer tricking everyone into doing his chores was featured at the beginning of the 1995 Thomas the Tank Engine Man BBC Bookmark documentary.

Bully for Mr. Conductor

Production #44 (3.03) - First Aired: 1993-MAR-24 (US)
Written by Brian McConnachie
Directed by Wayne Moss

Summary by J. Gratton

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • J.B. King, Esq. (Mart Hulswit)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

  • Buster (Ira Glasner)

Episode Synopsis: With Stacy away to Chubby Corners to help a colleague, Indian Valley Railroad Head J.B. King volunteers to mind the station until her return. He asks Dan and Becky to make his visiting nephew, Buster, feel welcome. Buster turns out to be a bully who targets the smaller Dan and even manages to intimidate Schemer. Mr. King, meanwhile, is distracted from what's going on by his own determined obsession to find Mr. Conductor. Dan is terrified of Buster's threats to beat him up as Mr. Conductor tries his best to make Dan tap into his inner strength to stand up to Buster in order to stop the bullying once and for all.

Episode Morals:

  • Bullying is unacceptable social behavior.

  • We must all find the inner strength to confront and stop bullying and to stand up for yourself.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Jamaican Farewell

Featured Picture Machine Music Video:

  • The Bad Guy

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • Bulgy

Episode Notes:

  • Neither Billy nor Kara appear in this episode.

  • Another Indian Valley Railroad engine is named in this episode: the Sunset Flyer.

  • The pen Buster is trying to draw on the mural with is a Mr. Sketch blue pen. (contributed by Daniel Celano)

  • Ira Glasner makes another appearance as Buster in Brian O'Connor's direct to video Shining Time Station special: The World According to Schemer. In the special Buster still acts like a bully.

Stacy Cleans Up

Production #45 (3.04) - First Aired: 1993-MAR-25 (US)
Written by Brian McConnachie
Directed by Wayne Moss

Summary by J. Gratton

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

  • Ted Typo (David Hewlitt)

  • Rusty McRail (Michael Polley)

Episode Synopsis: The abundance of trash at Shining Time Station becomes a problem for everyone when the town dump closes. A garbage train driven by Engineer Rusty McRail offers temporary relief, but ends up aggravating the situation by becoming stranded at the station because all the dumps in the Indian Valley have closed. Becky then comes up with a brilliant idea to eliminate the smelly problem, and in a way inspires the establishment of what could be considered the world's first mobile recycling center on rails!

Episode Morals:

  • Recycling helps the environment and reduces waste.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Five Hundred Miles

Featured Anything Tunnel Music Video:

  • If Everyone Did a Little (music and lyrics by Carmino Ravosa)

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • Buzz Buzz

 

Episode Notes:

  • Although mentioned by name, Billy Twofeathers does not appear in this episode.

  • This is the first appearance of Ted Typo, who replaces Jake Scoop as the show's resident reporter for the Indian Valley Gazette.

  • The close-up shot of the Indian Valley Gazette with the article about the garbage dump closing reveals a few clues about the prop's origins. On the newspaper's front page, top-left is a small advert for the Humphrey Funeral Home (1403 Bayview Avenue, Toronto). Another clue is the story heading beneath the advert "Politicians Comment on Scrapping of M.V.A. Plan". At that time @ 1992, the Metro Toronto Market Value Assessment (MVA) Plan involved a controversial long-overdue reassessment of privately-owned property worth. The prop was likely a small Toronto community newspaper made to look like the "Indian Valley Gazette".

  • The voice heard during Rusty McRail's telephone conversation is actually sped-up audio from a scene with Stacy and Harry from Promises, Promises (see Season 1: Promises, Promises Episode Notes). 

Schemer's Robot

Production #46 (3.05) - First Aired: 1993-APR-19 (US)
Written by Wilson Coneybeare
Directed by John Ferraro

Summary by J. Gratton

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • Barton Winslow (Gerard Parkes)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

  • "Robby" the robot (Michael Lamport)

  • Tourist #1 (Ho Chow)

  • Tourist #2 (Irene Panzer)

 

Episode Synopsis: Stacy eagerly prepares for the arrival of a new tourist train while Schemer brings in mechanical help to care care of the arcade and do all of his work. While the resulting chaos is going on, we learn that it's Mr. Conductor's turn to man the "Sob Story" booth on the Island of Sodor.

Episode Morals:

  • In order to gain independence, some things need to be done by no one else but ourselves.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  •  Strolling in the Park one Day (arranged by Larry Wolf for Oasis Music Inc.)

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Stories:

  • Tenders and Turntables

  • Trouble in the Shed

 

Quotes of Note:

  • Mr. Conductor: "Advice is sort of like birthday presents. It usually is more fun to give than it is to receive."

  • Schemer ("genius time moment"): "A light bulb in Schemer's attic melting the snow-capped peaks." 

  • Schemer (to Barton): "Why don't you make like a tree and take a hike!

Episode Notes:

  • Billy Twofeathers does not appear in this episode.

  • In this episode Barton Winslow enters the station on his motorcycle from the left side near the workshop, and exits with the robot on the right side below the arcade. This suggests that the station has alternate doors in/out of the building.

Billy Saves the Day

Production #47 (3.06) - First Aired: 1993-APR-20 (US)
Written by Jill Golick
Directed by Wayne Moss

Summary by J. Hunter

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • Schemee (Jonathan Shapiro)

  • Felix Perez (Aurelio Padrón)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

 

Episode Synopsis: Everyone at Shining Time Station is excited, because Felix Perez is organizing a concert. But when he loses his star, everybody (even Schemer!) tries out for the part. Everybody except Billy, for even though he has a great talent, he is afraid to show it. Will a star be found, or will the concert be cancelled? Find out, as they learn that everyone has something special to offer.

Episode Morals:

  • Everybody has something special to offer, they just need a chance to show it.

  • The more you share what you love, the more friends you might make in return.

  • You’ll never know you can do something unless you try.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Get On Board, Little Children

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story

  •  A New Friend for Thomas (Thomas and Trevor)

Episode Notes:

  • Schemer impersonates both rapper M.C. Hammer and rock musician Ozzy Osbourne.

  • Harry Cupper, Kara’s grandpa, is mentioned in this episode.

  • In addition to acting, Tom Jackson is also an accomplished musician and recording artist. This would be the only time he performed on camera for Shining Time Station.

Billy's Party

Production #48 (3.07) - First Aired: 1993-APR-21 (US)
Written by Brian McConnachie
Directed by Wayne Moss

Summary by A. Su

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • Midge Smoot (Bobo Lewis)

  • Ginny (Barbara Hamilton)

  • J.B. King, Esq. (Mart Hulswit)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

 

Episode Synopsis:  It is Thanksgiving and Billy is very busy - he has to repair a locomotive, drive Ginny to buy a turkey, rescue Schemer who has been stranded on a train, and join some very special friends for dinner.

Episode Morals:

  • It’s better to give than receive.

  • The best holidays are those spent with loved ones.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • We Gather Together ​

 

Featured Picture Machine Song:

  •  Thanksgiving

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  •  Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure

Episode Notes:

  • The Thomas story in this episode, "Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure", was originally a Christmas-themed episode titled "Thomas and Percy's Christmas Adventure". The holiday was changed to Thanksgiving to fit this episode, as Thanksgiving is an American holiday.

  • Ginny’s new dog goes through three names in this episode, from "Rex the Wonder Dog" to "Mr. Filthy" and finally "Mr. Get Out of There".

  • This is the first and only time the Jukebox Puppets are not in their usual performing room for the entire episode, and it is also revealed that they are vegetarians.

  • The turkey who joins the Jukebox Puppets, with his monocle and top hat, is a caricature of Charlie McCarthy, a character popularized by ventriloquist Edgar Bergen in the 1930s.

Fortune Teller Schemer

Production #49 (3.08) - First Aired: 1993-APR-22 (US)
Written by Ellis Weiner
Directed by Wayne Moss

Summary by A. Su

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • Midge Smoot (Bobo Lewis)

  • Ginny (Barbara Hamilton)

  • Passenger #1 (Myra Freid)

  • Passenger #2 (Robert Desrosiers)

  • Passenger #3 (Gwendolyn Pacey)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

 

Episode Synopsis: Everyone believes that Schemer is a genius when his fortune telling machine correctly predicts the weather, causing him to let his fame go to his head.

Episode Morals:

  • Use common sense instead of believing uncertain or false predictions.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Turkey in the Straw

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Stories:

  • Thomas & the Conductor

  • a Cow on the Line

Episode Notes:

  • Billy and Becky do not appear in this episode. Billy's absence is explained as being outdoors, presumably to repair the switches.

  • The Charlie McCarthy turkey from “Billy’s Party” makes a return appearance in the Jukebox during their musical number.

  • This is the first and only time Schemer interacted with Mr. Conductor (albeit in disguise).

Billy's Runaway Train

Production #50 (3.09) - First Aired: 1993-MAY-03 (US)
Written by Sean Kelly
Directed by John Ferraro

Summary by J. Gratton

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • J.B. King (Mart Hulswit)

  • Felix Perez (Aurelio Padron)

  • Midge Smoot (Bobo Lewis)

  • Ginny (Barbara Hamilton)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

 

Episode Synopsis: Our Shining Time Station friends rehearse and perform a play titled “The Story of Casey Jones,” written and directed by Felix Perez. Unfortunately, Billy has to miss the performance due to him being tasked with a freight run to Snarlyville. With Mr. Conductor as his travelling companion, Billy discovers that he can no longer control his train’s regulator. With the freight train gaining speed and getting ahead of schedule, Billy realizes that he’s headed straight into a disaster unless he gets help.

Episode Morals:

  • Being yourself will help you overcome challenges.

  • Teamwork and cooperation between team members are important for group effort success.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Freight Train Blues

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • A Close Shave for Duck

Quotes of Note:

  • Felix: There are no small parts, only small actors.

Episode Notes:

  • The Ruston-Hornsby 165DE diesel-electric shunter seen in this episode is from the South Simcoe Railway, a tourist railway in Southern Ontario where it is known as No.10. The Railway’s name appears to have been painted over for use in the episode.

  • This is the only regular half-hour episode that features scenes taped outdoors.

  • Kara does not appear in this episode.

  • Continuity Error: Billy states to Mr. Conductor that the play begins at 7 o’clock. This is also when Billy says they will arrive at Shining Time Station after the train gets ahead of schedule. However, the play is already close to the climactic scene when Billy’s train arrives, which implies that the play’s start time was actually much earlier.

  • Nitpick: Billy calls his train the "non-stop express train to Snarlyville", however he's driving a shunter pulling two passenger coaches.

  • The story of Casey Jones is based on historical fact and can be found here.

Schemer Goes Camping

Production #51 (3.10) - First Aired: 1993-MAY-04 (US)
Written by Wilson Coneybeare
Directed by John Ferraro

Summary by A. Su

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan (Ari Madger)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Schemee (Jonathan Shapiro)

  • Ginny (Barbara Hamilton)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

 

Episode Synopsis: Everyone goes camping but Schemer neglects to pack most of the important camping equipment.

Episode Morals:

  • Teamwork and Preparation is important.

  • Learn from your mistakes.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Crawdad

Featured Picture Machine Music Video:

  • Team

 

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • Percy takes the Plunge

Episode Notes:

  • Billy Twofeathers does not appear in this episode.

  • Mr. Conductor's magic bubble sequence uses a clip from George Pal's 1941 stop-motion film: Hoola Boola

  • At the end of his camping speech, Schemer inserts a malapropism, referring to 60s pop singer Pat Boone instead of frontiersman Daniel Boone.

Mr. Conductor's Evil Twin

Production #52 (3.11) - First Aired: 1993-MAY-05 (US)
Written by Don Arioli
Directed by John Ferraro

Summary by A. Younger

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • J.B. King, Esq. (Mart Hulswit)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

 

Episode Synopsis: When nobody will help her clean up a mess she made, Kara resurrects Mr. Conductor's Evil Twin and asks him for help. The Evil Twin does help her, but soon creates chaos around the station.

Episode Morals:

  • When someone gives you a job to do, don't ask for help unless you know you can't do it yourself.

  • Everyone is unique, no matter how similar they may seem.

  • We all make mistakes, but we can learn from our mistakes and become better people.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Danny Boy

 

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • Heroes

 

Episode Notes:

  • This is the final appearance of Mr. Conductor's mischievous double, who speaks almost entirely in rhyme.

  • Though included in the opening credits, neither Danielle Marcot (Becky) or Ari Magder (Dan) appear in this episode, apart from a flashback using stock footage from Episode 37, "Double Trouble".

  • Unlike other episodes where the actor mimics the voice of another actor, in this episode, when the Evil Twin impersonates J.B. King, Mart Hulswit dubbed his voice over the scene.

  • The voice heard during Stacy's telephone conversation is  actually sped-up audio from a scene with Stacy and Harry from Promises, Promises (see Season 1: Promises, Promises Episode Notes).

  • This was one of a handful of episodes to be released on VHS home video.

  • The giant nickel prop was featured in a A 1993 Press Photo of Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

Bad Luck Day at Shining Time Station

Production #53 (3.12) - First Aired: 1993-MAY-06 (US)
Written by Wilson Coneybeare
Directed by John Ferraro

Summary by A. Su

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan Jones (Ari Madger)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Schemee (Jonathan Shapiro)

  • Midge Smoot (Bobo Lewis)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

  • Doris "Helga" Boonswaddle (Jayne Eastwood)

 

Episode Synopsis: It is Friday the 13th, and Schemer encourages his nephew Schemee to use the occasion to scare people into buying the lucky charms he made. However, Schemee takes his uncle's technique of scaring people a little too far.

Episode Morals:

  • Not all superstitions are bad, it's what you think of them and how you let them affect you that matters.

  • Most bad luck happens only because of people being careless, so don’t let superstition and fear rule over your common sense.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • Engine 143

 

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • Gordon takes a Dip (Off the Rails)

 

Quotes of Note:

  • Schemer: Wait-wait-wait he's just a child, and my nephew. I don't think it's appropriate that you punish him.
    Midge: Why not?
    Schemer (menacingly): Because I'M going to.

 

Episode Notes:

  • Kara does not appear in this episode.

  • Billy Twofeathers' act of throwing salt over his left shoulder refers to a superstition that throwing salt over your left shoulder can blind and ward off the Devil who supposedly lurks there.

  • Schemer claiming Helga Boonswaddle to be a phoney due to her outfit possibly references to the  episode "Fortune Teller Schemer," when Schemer himself wore a similar outfit to convince people that he had mystical abilities.

  • The title of this episode appears to be a reference to “Bad Day at Black Rock” a 1955 motion picture starring Spencer Tracy as a war veteran confronting racial bigotry.

Mr. Conductor's Fourth of July

Production #54 (3.13) - First Aired: 1993-MAY-17 (US)
Written by Sean Kelly
Directed by John Ferraro

Summary by A. Su

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan Jones (Ari Madger)

  • Kara Cupper (Erica Lutrell)

  • Becky (Danielle Marcot)

  • Schemee (Jonathan Shapiro)

  • Mayor Flopdinger (Jerome Dempsey)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

 

Episode Synopsis: It is the Fourth of July, and everyone is into the celebratory spirit. While everyone is outside listening to Stacy's speech on freedom, Schemer and Schemee, having discovered Mr. Conductor’s magic gold dust, use the opportunity to turn the station upside down to look for more, during which Schemee vacuums up Mr. Conductor's gold dust. As a result, Mr. Conductor can't disappear and is at risk of being discovered.

Episode Morals:

  • Freedom is very precious, as you never realize it's there, until it's gone.

 

Featured Jukebox Puppet Band Song:

  • New River Train

  • Patriotic Medley (Yankee Doodle, Dixie, I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy, America the Beautiful)

 

Featured Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Story:

  • Escape

 

Episode Notes:

  • In some international airings, the Patriotic Medley is replaced with the song "John Henry" from the season 2 episode "Crackpot."

  • The one-man band Washboard Hank, who previously appeared in the season 2 episode “All’s Fair,” makes a return appearance in the opening scene.

  • This is the first and only time Schemer and Schemee see Mr. Conductor (although not in clear view).

  • The voice heard in Mayor Flopdinger's phone call is actually sped up dialogue between Harry and Stacy from the Season 1 episode, Promises Promises.

Stacy Forgets Her Name

Production #55 (3.14) - First Aired: 1993-MAY-18 (US)
Written by Sean Kelly
Directed by Wayne Moss

Summary by J. Hunter

Episode Characters/Stars:

  • Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)

  • Schemer (Brian O'Connor)

  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin)

  • Dan Jones (Ari Madger)

  • The Jukebox Puppet Band

  • Passenger (Simon Sinn)

 

Episode Synopsis: It seems to be another ordinary day at Shining Time Station, until Stacy loses her memory and forgets who and where she is! When Schemer finds out, he begins to take advantage of the situation by tricking Stacy into making him the new owner of the station! Will Dan and Mr. Conductor be able to help her recover her memories in time? Find out how as Stacy takes a trip down memory lane, as she learns who her friends really are.