| Rosie's Funfair Special/|
Rosie's Carnival Special
Rosie's Funfair Special, retitled Rosie's Carnival Special in American releases, is the third episode of the twelfth season.
Rosie and Emily are pulling a train for a fair, but Rosie wants to pull it alone. When Rosie reaches Brendam Docks she tries to pull the train, but the tension caused by Emily coupled up at the other end snaps a coupling and Rosie leaves with only half the train. More trucks come loose during the journey, causing problems for Bertie, Stepney, and Emily. When caught by the Fat Controller, Rosie fetches Rocky to repair the damage and she and Emily pull the train back together and deliver it to the fair grounds.
- Sir Topham Hatt
- Stepney (does not speak in UK narration)
- Rocky (does not speak)
- Bertie (does not speak)
- Trevor (cameo)
- Cranky (cameo)
- Brendam Docks
- Sodor Shipping Company
- Gordon's Hill
- The Smelter's Yard
- The Windmill
- The Washdown
- High Farm (mentioned)
- Hill Farm (mentioned)
- The coconuts that were in the truck are actually coffee beans.
- In the US narration, Stepney says "Oh my!" just before the sugar truck hits him. This is absent in the UK version.
- This episode marks Stepney's first appearance since the seventh season, and his first speaking role since the fifth season, though he only speaks in the US narration. This is also his last appearance to date.
- Stepney did not have a CGI face when the truck hit him, but in a rare picture, he did.
- In the beginning, Emily says "High Farm", but Rosie calls it "Hill Farm" while she puffs to Brendam.
- In the US narration, Stepney says "Oh my!", but his mouth doesn't match the words.
- When the sugar truck crashes into Stepney, the side of it is upside down.
- In the US narration, Stepney doesn't sound shocked when the truck of pink sugar is about to crash into him.
- When the camera zooms out after the coconut truck crashes into the crossing, Bertie disappears.
- TrackMaster - Rosie's Fun Fair Special
In Other Languages
|German||Nitiska Rosie||Overzealous Rosie|