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"Here I come Rosie! Splish, Splash, Splosh!"
— Thomas
Splish, Splash, Splosh!

Greg Tiernan


Nicole Stinn


Sharon Miller


Michael Angelis
Michael Brandon

Air date

February 12th,
2010 (UK)
February 19th,
2010 (AUS)
June 30th,
2010 (JAP)
October 16th,
2010 (US)
November 27th,
2011 (NOR)

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Splish, Splash, Splosh! is the fifteenth episode of the thirteenth season.


Thomas and Rosie are shunting when Thomas invents a game that involves splashing engines by racing through puddles. Sir Topham Hatt tells Thomas to have a washdown before collecting himself and Alicia Botti. On the way, Thomas tries his "Splish, Splash, Splosh" game on the other engines and accidentally ruins James and Emily's loads. Thomas splashes through the biggest puddle yet, but only succeeds in putting his fire out and covering Miss Botti and Sir Topham Hatt with muddy water. Rosie rescues him and he offers to finish James and Emily's jobs so that they can go to the concert. At the concert, Rosie wants another game of "Splish, Splash, Splosh", but Thomas decides that he has had enough of that game.





  • Mr. Percival appeared on the theatre poster, but he is not featured in this episode.
  • In the UK version, when Thomas and Rosie first splash through a puddle, Rosie's laugh does not match her mouth.
  • Brakevans should have been added to Thomas, Henry, James, and Emily's trains.
  • When Thomas is waiting at the junction with Emily, it is said that he saw a large puddle to the right, but he was already sitting in the puddle.
  • When Thomas sprays Emily with water, no water lands in her trucks, but in the next shot it is said that it did.
  • Rosie turns around too quickly before she pulls Thomas out of the water.
  • When Rosie and Thomas are biffing troublesome trucks, there are two in front of Rosie. After the yard manager blows his whistle, they're gone.
  • The yellow arm distant signal has a red light on it, but such signals only have yellow and green lights.


In Other Languages

Language Name Meaning

Chlap, Chlap, Chlap!

Splosh, Splosh, Splosh!
Finnish Puddle Charms
Norwegian Splisj, splæsj, splosj Splish, Splash, Splosh
Japanese たのしいみずあそび Fun Playing In The Water
German Splish, Splash, nass! Splish, Splash, Wet!
Swedish splash, stänk, handlöst! Splash, Splash, Head Over Heels!
Danish Splash, Splash, Splash!


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