|Peter Sam and the Refreshment Lady|
Peter Sam is now single-handedly running the Skarloey Railway and is happy with his new position, but when he is late one day, Henry threatens to leave without Peter Sam's passengers next time. Peter Sam is worried and hurries as much as he can, but becomes impatient when he has to wait at the lake for an hour and leaves without a very important passenger: the Refreshment Lady. Peter Sam gives the Refreshment Lady an explanation, but the Refreshment Lady informs him that Henry was joking. Peter Sam is furious, but Henry had disappeared.
- Sir Handel
- Peter Sam
- The Refreshment Lady
- Sir Topham Hatt (does not speak)
- Thomas (cameo)
- Duck (cameo)
- Rheneas (cameo)
- Duncan (cameo)
- Annie and Clarabel (cameo)
- Stephen Hatt (cameo)
- Skarloey Railway Engine Sheds
- Crovan's Gate
- The Skarloey Railway Viaduct
- Neptune Refreshments
- Sodor Castle
- This episode is based on the story of the same name from The Railway Series book, Four Little Engines.
- Stock footage from A Bad Day for Sir Handel is used.
- The modified model of OJ from TUGS appears in the water as Peter Sam enters the lake station.
- The audience wouldn't know who Duncan is, since he was not introduced until Home at Last.
- In Germany this episode is called "Peter Sam and the Food Woman". In the Netherlands this episode is titled "Peter Sam and the Tea Lady". The Danish title is "Peter Sam and the Waitress".
- In some UK and US narrations, Henry's whistle is absent at the end when he leaves the station.
- In several scenes, Henry is wearing one of Gordon's face masks.
- Rheneas appears briefly, but he's supposed to be at the Works.
- When Peter Sam puffs by singing his eyes are wonky.
- In the American narration, George Carlin says that the Refreshment Lady sells tea and cakes to the "conductor, fireman, and guard", but guard is another term for conductor and he makes no mention of the driver.
- As Peter Sam crosses the viaduct, the end of the set can be seen.
- Duncan appears briefly, even though he has not been introduced yet.
- When Peter Sam puffs backwards his wheels are moving faster than he is.
- In a close-up of Peter Sam's whistle, the whistle shown is Duck's.
- When Peter Sam leaves the station with the Refreshment Lady, the coaches are facing froward, but in the following scenes they are facing backwards. And later when he arrives at the station, they are facing forward again.
- When Peter Sam talks to the Refreshment Lady at the end, blu-tak can be seen under his face.