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This is a list of episodes of the Canadian children's television series Theodore Tugboat. There are one hundred-thirty episodes in the series. Fifty-two of which premiered in the US on PBS, while the rest were broadcast in Canada and Discovery Kids (US). The list includes both Canadian and American episodes. Note: episodes may not appear in perfect chronological order and not all episodes have yet been identified.

Season one

  • "Theodore and the Oil Rig":[1] In the series pilot, an oil rig named Tex arrives overnight and George is boastful to Theodore saying that he knows all about oil rigs, but to their surprise, Tex is very arrogant and decides to head into the harbour by himself, almost running into Theodore. Later on, Tex is still being rude to George and Theodore when a storm begins to brew, and the tugs decided to check on Tex's anchor cables. Afterwards, Theodore tells the tugs that Tex is a bunch of rods and rails, and George starts to think Theodore and Tex are friends, which upsets Theodore. When the storm hits, Tex's cables snap and George is sent to stop him from running into Benjamin Bridge, but after some choppy tugging, George gets caught and calls for Theodore. Tex, nearing a very scared Benjamin Bridge, is about to hit, but Theodore being small but agile, manages to rope Tex and free George, preventing an incident. The next morning Tex apologizes and becomes good friends with the tugs.
    • The five tugboats, the Dispatcher, Benjamin Bridge and Bobby Barge first appearance.
    • Tex the Oil Rig is introduced but doesn't appear in any further episodes. He is however, mentioned in the episode "Theodore the Vegetable".
    • Cameos by Hank, Emily, and Bobby Barge.
  • "Theodore and the Homesick Rowboat":[1] Theodore wants to try doing a job all by himself, and he finds this opportunity with R. Boat, a sad little rowboat who's dock was destroyed in a nighttime storm. Hank tags along to help but Theodore resents his presence. After searching and searching, Theodore allows Hank to help, and the two find a nice little dock for R. Boat, knowing that together they can get the job done.
    • R. Boat is introduced.
    • Olympia's and Petra's first appearances.
    • Error:Theodore talks to Bluenose, but doesn't meet her until the episode "Theodore and the Bluenose".
  • "The Dark and Scary Cove":[1] One day after finishing work, Theodore and Hank visit Cobequid Cove, an old cove outside the harbour. The two go inside and race around but discover scary sights and sounds, along with a creepy old wreck. The two are so startled they run off, with Hank losing his lifeboat in the process. The next morning, Hank is confined to the dock until his lifeboat is discovered. A brave but scared Theodore heads to the cove and discovers the lifeboat, and Pearl the Pilot Boat shows Theodore that the cove's sights and sounds are really everyday items like animals and branches in the water. Theodore is happy and thanks Pearl for showing him that the cove isn't as scary as they thought.
    • The wreck seen at the entrance to the cove is seen again as the old wreck George attempts to haul up in the Big Harbour clean up contest.
    • Pearl the Pilot Boat and Margaree Pride are introduced.
  • "Foduck the Vigilant":[1] Foduck is about to receive his V-word but can't think of anything special about himself. The tugs try to cheer him up but to no avail. Later on, George collects some crates he discovered and he brags. Foduck notices sparks coming from George's stack but, George ignores Foduck's warnings. Later that night, Foduck can't sleep as he is still curious about what his V-word will be. He notices George's stack sparking again, but this time the sparks set fire to the crates George collected earlier, and then to his lifeboat. The tugs are alerted and scared, but a quick thinking Foduck uses his fire fighting equipment to put the fire out. The next morning, George apologises for the incident and Foduck is seen with a cloth over his back. The tugs think he was injured in the fire but it is revealed to be Foduck's V-word, the Vigilant. The tugs whistle and cheer as Foduck finally comes to the conclusion that he is happy and special.
    • Foduck's fire fighting equipment is used for the first time.
    • First accident of the series (George's lifeboat catches fire).
    • Cameo by Margaree Pride.
  • "Bumper Buddies":[1] Theodore and Foduck have a little game where they race to Bedford Buoy, but when they finish, Foduck bumps Theodore, and it hurts. Theodore thinks this is unfriendly and makes the mistake of avoiding Foduck all together. Trying to avoid Foduck while doing his work causes lots of mistakes. Later, Theodore decides to hide under Owan the Oil Rig who is staying in the harbour. When he hears a noise, he asks Owan if it's him, but he's asleep. Theodore is horrified and becomes even more scared when it's Foduck! Foduck apologises and the next day they're silent on the way home from work, until they see Bedford. Theodore knows all is not right so they race, and without bumping, they nudge and discover that avoiding someone is not the way to solve a problem.
    • Owan the Oil Rig, Bedford, and Gloria's first appearance.
  • "Different Strokes - Different Boats":[1] One morning the Dispatcher gives Theodore the task of teaching Hank how to pull barges. Theodore is delighted and hopes to make a good impression as a teacher. When they arrive at Barrington's dock, Hank pulls him from the side, which Theodore thinks is wrong because he has always pulled barges from the front so Theodore tells Hank that he has to pull HIS way. When Hank tries Theodore's way he does a very bad job. After that, Theodore learns that some tugs have different ways of doing things.
    • Barrington Barge is introduced.
    • First appearance of Blankton, though he is mistaken for Bedford.
  • "Hank and the Mermaid": Bonavista Barge is in charge of raising an old sunken ship. When Hank goes by the sandy beach, he sees something that looks like a mermaid! He tells all of the other tugs, but when they go to see for themselves, it's gone! Hank is upset that the other tugs don't believe him. Later, when he checks on Bonavista, she is looking for another piece called the "figure head". It's part of old ships that look like people. When Hank figures out this is actually what he saw, they raise it up and the tugs are very surprised to see it up on Hank's bow.
    • Bonavista Barge is introduced.
    • First time we see humans (besides the Harbourmaster).
  • "True Blue Friends":[1] George is told that he needs a hull checkup at the drydock. George is afraid that it will hurt and decides to hide behind a big junk barge. Theodore finds George and promises that he won't tell the other tugs George's secret. The next day, Theodore, Foduck, and Emily are assigned to take the old wreck and bring it to the junk dock where George is hiding. The tugs begin to push the old wreck and squeeze it into the junk dock with the barge. Theodore realizes that George will be crushed so he secretly pulls the wreck, but Pearl catches Theodore and tells him to push. Theodore wants to keep George's secret, but doesn't want him to get hurt. Theodore shouts out that George is hiding behind the barge and saves him. George decides to face his fears and gets his hull checkup. After work, the tugs hear laughing from the drydock and they see that it's George. He's ticklish from the workers and he thanks the tugs for helping him realize that checkups are meant to help, not hurt.
    • Second Accident: George's hull is damaged from a big junk barge that he was hiding behind.
  • "Theodore and the Welcome":[1] Theodore is given the job of welcoming ships, a job which the four other tugs are very talented at, giving that welcoming feeling to any ship wanting to rest in the Big Harbour. Theodore tries to welcome a submarine that doesn't reply, and becomes distressed until the submarine finally speaks, stating that Theodore just woke him up. Theodore comes to realizes the submarine, named Northumberland, is really just a sleepy sub. Theodore smiles and realizes he is good at what he puts his mind to.
    • Northumberland Submarine is introduced.
  • "Theodore the Vegetable":[1] While all of the ocean tugs are working, a container ship named Julia, who is loaded with vegetables, arrives early. Hank decides that he and Theodore can bring the ship in all by themselves. Theodore is doubtful, but the Dispatcher agrees. However, Julia doesn't think that Theodore can be in the front. Later, when the mysterious grain ship cuts off Julia, Theodore prevents a terrible accident. After this, Julia thinks that Theodore is a good tug in charge and says that if it weren't for him, all of her vegetables would be a "tossed salad". When all of the tugs return to the "Great Ocean Tug and Salvage Company" dock, Emily tells Theodore that if he got his "V-word" for this job, he would be called "Theodore the Vegetable".
    • Julia is introduced.
    • The Mysterious Grain Ship cuts Julia off, then appears throughout the series in random cameos and situations.
    • The Dispatcher mentions Tex the Oil Rig.
  • "The Day Ice Came to the Harbour":[1] A big freeze slows down the productivity of the harbour. The pilot boats are restricted to their docks so Theodore and his other tugboat friends are left in charge to make sure that the harbour is kept safe.
    • The Ice Breaker Inverness is mentioned but never seen. Ironically, Inverness is the name of another ship later on.
    • Cameos by the Ferry Twins, Bobby Barge, and Bonavista Barge.
    • Olympia is introduced.
  • "Theodore’s Nightmares": One night Theodore has a nightmare about a sea monster, and when he wakes up, he is scared that the dream will come true. With a little help from his friends, Theodore finds out that dreams are 'just pretend' and he will be alright.
    • Chimey is seen up close for the first time.
    • Gloria Cornwallis is introduced.
    • First and only appearance of the Sea Monster.
    • Kulu Canoe is referenced by the narrator.
    • This is the first time the narrator mentions that the Big Harbour is in Canada.
  • "Theodore's First Pull": Like Foduck, Theodore wants to earn his 'V-word' too. Emily tries to help Theodore by teaching him some skills that he'll need if his 'V-word' is to be so. Theodore soon grows over confident.
    • Kirby is introduced.
    • First and only appearance of Kirby.
  • "Theodore and the Queen":[1] A grand ocean liner named the Queen Stephanie visits the harbour. When she tries to pass beneath Benjamin Bridge, she gets severely stuck. Theodore however, quickly comes up with an idea to free her.
    • The Mysterious Grain Ship is seen when all the boats are whistling.
    • The flat eyed coast guard ship is seen up close for the first time.
    • Cameo by Rebecca.
    • The Queen Stephanie is introduced.
  • "Theodore and the Bluenose":[1] Bluenose the old sailing ship saves Foduck when his propeller becomes clogged with seaweed.
    • First appearance of Shipwreck Rock.
    • Bluenose is introduced.
  • "Is Anybody Listening?":[1] Theodore thinks that the pilot boats who patrol the harbour never seem to listen to anybody, and they don't. But soon, after a lot of confusion and a near crash, the pilot boats learn a valuable lesson about not listening.
    • Blankton Buoy is seen for the first time, though he is named Blandford.
    • Petra and Elo Echo's first appearance.
    • First and only appearance of Elo Echo.
    • A cargo truck is seen moving on a dock when Hank is pretending to be a pilot boat.
  • "George Buzzes the Dock":[1] The tugs notice that Sandy Beach is terribly polluted and have an argument over which one of them is causing all the pollution. Theodore soon reminds them that all the tugs make pollution. Later on, all the tugs agree on a great idea of holding a 'Big Harbour Cleanup Contest', but that's another story.
    • This episode forms the first two-part episode.
    • The junk barge is seen again.
  • "The Big Harbour Cleanup Contest":[1] All the tugs seem to have a very big plan in terms of what part of the harbour they will each clean up in the contest. After listening to each of the tug's 'big plan', Theodore can't think of one himself, and has to settle for a 'little plan' instead. He is later very surprised when HE wins!
    • Cameos by Rebecca and the old wreck.
    • At the end of the episode, children are seen playing on the sandy beach.
    • The old wreck was moved to the junk dock in the episode "True Blue Friends", but in this episode it was out by Willy's Island and under the water.
  • "Best Friends":[1] Theodore tells all the tugs that they are his best friend, who later get angry at him when they find out he has said the same thing to all of them. They then demand to know which one of them is truly his best friend. Hank becomes very upset with this, and gets stuck on a sandspit. When the other tugs pull him off, they all become best friends.
    • This episode is out of production order, and was slated to appear after "The Cold Snap".
  • "Theodore and the Big Harbour":[1] It's Theodore's first day in the Big Harbour and he is completely astonished at how different everything is, compared to where he used to work. He's never seen ferry boats, he meets a mean bridge, he has to share a dock, and has never heard of an ocean tug. It takes a few lessons for him to finally catch on.
    • Originally the first episode, but was changed to become an original episode.
    • Benjamin Bridge is seen as a bully in this episode.
    • Theodore meets the tugs for the first time (time-line wise).
    • Phillip and Philmore the Ferry Twins are introduced.
  • Notes:
    • This is the only season were Tex the Oil Rig appears.

Season two

  • "Theodore's Whistle":[1] When Katherine calls Theodore's whistle "cute", Theodore wears it out by trying to make it sound different. Later, when the Queen Stephanie visits the harbour, Theodore is unable to work because of his broken whistle. He is later reminded by the Queen of just how special his whistle really is.
    • Katherine the Container Ship is introduced.
    • This story received a book adaption due to popularity.
    • Cameos by Bobby, Owan, Isabel, and the Queen Stephanie.
  • "George's Ghost":[1] Theodore says he's seen a ghost at Shipwreck Rock that makes a strange "ding ding" sound and looks like it's floating in the air. George however, doesn't believe Theodore until he actually sees it for himself. At first, George is scared, but later it turns out to be Digby the Cable Ship stuck on some rocks. Theodore, George, and Bobby help Digby down into the water and George admits to the other tugs that he isn't always right.
    • Digby the Cable Ship is introduced.
    • We learn why Shipwreck Rock is famous in this episode.
    • Cameo by Bobby Barge.
  • "A Whale of a Tug":[1] Theodore finds a whale who is trapped in some logs. He names the whale "Walter" and takes care of him until George can find his parents. When he does, Theodore has a hard time saying goodbye to Walter, but learns that Walter is better off in his natural habitat.
    • First and only appearance of Walter.
    • Cameo by Rebecca.
  • "Night Shift":[1] Theodore and Hank volunteer to do the night shift because the other tugs don't want to stay up all night. When it's time for the night shift, Theodore and Hank have a hard time finding Owan the Oil Rig. Once they move him across the harbour they try to figure out what is in the water that is making big waves. They soon find out that it's Northumberland Submarine.
    • First time we see the tug working the night shift.
    • Cameos by Owan, Northumberland, and Rebecca.
    • First time we see Rebecca's second model.
  • "Theodore Changes Sides":[1] George says that Theodore can sleep with the ocean tugs on the other side of the dock while Emily is away. Theodore agrees because sleeping on the ocean tugs' side of the dock makes him feel more important. Hank however, is then left all by himself on the other side of the dock and feels very sad and lonely.
    • First and only appearance of the Broken Buoys.
    • Margaret's fist appearance.
    • Cameo by Owan the Oil Rig.
  • "The Tugboat Pledge":[1] The Dispatcher has assigned Emily to lead the tugboat parade. Hank suggests to her that she should recite "The Tugboat Pledge" as well, except he has tricked Emily because there is really no such thing. Emily has a hard time until her friends help her.
    • First large cameo episode.
    • First appearance of Isabel.
    • First time we see Foduck hose down the tugboats.
    • Cameos by Phillip and Philmore, Northumberland, Katherine, Bedford, Lilly Lighthouse, Barrington, Bobby, Rebecca, Digby, Constance, Pearl, Petra, Isabel, and various faceless boats.
    • Some clips of the parade are seen when the theme song is played before the episodes start.
  • "Emergency":[1] Foduck decides to teach the other tugs about safety flags. George doesn't find the lesson important, until he finds a ship who's radio is damaged, but little does he know that he could be putting himself in serious danger.
    • We learn about safety flags in this episode.
    • First episode to feature a ship incident.
    • Stranded ship is Freda.
  • "Foduck Stays Home":[1] It is decided that Foduck is the Big Harbour's official safety tug. He is very disappointed that he won't be able to go out on the open ocean. He feels happier after helping Theodore and Hank find their way back to the harbour in a thick fog.
    • Cameos by Bedford, Benjamin, the Ferry Twins, Margaret, and Northumberland.
  • "Theodore, the Tug in Charge":[1] Theodore is chosen to be the tug in charge for the day. When he runs into a spot of bother with Northumberland Submarine, he doubts his ability to bring in the real ship. His friends give him support and he winds up bringing the ship in by himself.
    • This episode is notable for the Theodore and Northumberland incident.
    • Cameos by Lilly, Bedford, Freda, Margaret, and Benjamin.
  • "The Cold Snap":[1] The Dispatcher can't hear properly due to a bad cold. This situation unfortunately leads to some confusion because he is not entirely sure what everyone else is saying. Theodore gets restricted to his dock for a misunderstanding. He later leaves to help the other tugs and fears what the Dispatcher will say. He learns in the end that everyone makes mistakes, even the Dispatcher.
    • Freda the Cargo Ship makes a cameo.
    • The Dispatcher wears ear muffs in this episode.
    • Third appearance of Margaret.
  • "Tug of the Year":[1] George is sad that he didn't win the 'Tug of the Year' contest, and he had practised so hard for it too. His other tugboat friends decide to give him his own award for being such a good friend.
    • The only time where "Molly the Vehement" is mentioned.
    • The first time Freda speaks.
  • "Hank and the Hug":[1] No one wants to play with Hank or even let him help. He feels angry at first, but a little later begins feeling very depressed. The other tugs soon join together to formulate a plan on how to apologize to Hank and make him feel better.
    • Cameo by Bonavista.
  • "Emily and the Rocket":[1] Theodore and Emily see a large light travelling across the sky one night. The next day, Emily is asked to help Constance the Coast Guard Ship with something very important, though Constance isn't the friendliest ship. Emily soon discovers that the large light was really a fallen rocket from space. She later makes friends with Constance when she stands up to her, and the two get along with each other very well.
    • Constance is introduced.
    • First time Constance's face is on. In previous episodes her model had flat eyes.
  • "Theodore in the Middle":[1] Theodore ends up in the middle of an argument between Emily and George, when George decides to report an official complaint on Emily for being late. They eventually make up without Emily getting a red mark in the Great Tugboat Book, and without Theodore losing a friend.
    • Cameo by Gloria Cornwallis.
  • "Carla, the Cool Cabin Cruiser":[1] Carla encourages Emily to do dangerous things in the Big Harbour. When Emily refuses, Carla says that Emily is boring. Later, when Carla is frightened by a storm, Theodore and Emily save her and change her mind about tugboats.
    • Carla is introduced.
    • Cameo by Jennifer.
  • "Snorri, the Viking Ship":[1] An unusual ship named Snorri arrives in the Big Harbour. He seems to be rather rude at first, but Theodore soon finds out that he is just different.
    • Snorri the Viking Ship is introduced.
    • First and only appearance of Snorri.
    • Katherine, Rebecca, Barrington, and several faceless boats make cameos.
  • "Theodore the Jokester":[1] At first everyone laughs when Theodore accidentally makes a mistake about Rebecca. He should have told her that her bell doesn't work, but, he is distracted by stinky seaweed on Rebacca's deck, and says that her "smell" doesn't work. This makes Benjamin and the Ferry Twins laugh. Theodore likes this, so he purposely tries to tell a joke. He can't figure out why nobody laughs, until he's the butt of everyone's jokes. He feels bad until he apologizes to Rebecca.
    • Cameos by the Pilot Boats.
    • Guysborugh is Introduced
  • "Emily, the Vigorous":[1] Emily has a full day of work to do, but really wants to meet a fishing trawler named "Gregor" who has come from Russia. She attempts to rush all her jobs but is unfortunately a bit too hasty for her own good. Later, she finds a way so she can meet Gregor, and work at the same time.
    • Gregor and Katherine are introduced.
    • Gregor's first and only appearance.
  • "Theodore's Day Off":[1] Theodore asks the Dispatcher for some time off, which is agreed upon, but he soon becomes very, very bored. The Dispatcher won't even let him talk to Donald Dock! He misses pulling Barrington Barge with his big pipes. The next day, Theodore tells the Dispatcher that he wants to work and has a great day.
    • Cameos by Northumberland and the Ferry Twins.
  • "Foduck and the Rainbow":[1] A string of unexpected, sudden changes to Foduck's routine deeply upset him because he liked the way his original routine was.
    • Cameos by Linda and the Pilot Boats.
  • Notes:
    • This is the only season were Snorri, Walter, Gregor, and Linda are seen.

Season three

  • "Hank's New Name":[1] A large ocean barge named Shelburne is brought in to live in the Big Harbour, and the tugboats are amazed at not just his size, but his name. This results in Hank changing his name to Henry, and from this comes a multitude of name changes, minus Theodore who likes his name. After a confused Dispatcher gives out his job orders, George, Emily and Hank go to move Barrington, leaving Theodore to move Shelburne which results in a barge runaway. In the end, Hank saves Shelburne from hitting Willy's Island. The next day, Hank realizes he likes his name and he decides to go back to using it.
    • Shelburne the Sea Barge is introduced.
    • Cameos by Barrington, Donald, and Colchester.
  • "All Quiet in the Big Harbour":[1] After a loud morning of tug o' war, the Dispatcher demands that the tugs be quiet. The tugboats take this too seriously and begin to act silent all the time. When Theodore and George are given the job to move Owan the Oil Rig, Hank tags along. This results in the tugs listening to Owan's loud voice and Hank's laughter, which forces George to send Hank home. By this time a heavy fog has rolled in and Hank is concerned with the loud sound coming from Willy's Island, which ends up to be Lillie's foghorn. After Hank stops the horn, Theodore and George arrive in the harbour with Owan, but with no horn, they are in danger of hitting the island. After some quick thinking, Hank saves the day and prevents an incident between Owan and the island. After the tugs return, they worry about an angry Dispatcher, but they discover he is proud of Hank for knowing what to do.
    • Cameos by Owan, Lillie, and Petra.
    • Near Incident: Owan's collision near Willy's Island.
  • "Theodore to the Rescue":[1] After Emily rescues Jennifer from an incident at sea, Theodore can't wait for the day he will finally go out on a rescue mission. The next day, a storm is brewing and Digby is in need of rescue in a cove outside the harbour. The Dispatcher assigns Theodore to bring Digby back home. Forgetting his extra strength tow rope, Theodore struggles but manages to improvise and save Digby from sinking. Back home, Theodore tells Emily he should have listened, and as he tows Digby to the repair yard, he wonders when he will get to go out farther.
    • Cameo by Jennifer.
  • "Theodore and the Northern Lights":[1] After a puzzling riddle from Benjamin Bridge, the tugs are given a chance to see Kulu, a storytelling canoe. Kulu tells the tugs the story of the northern lights. The tugs love the story, but Foduck however, sees all of Kulu's stories as nonsense and tends to shake them off. During a large storm, Theodore asks Foduck to visit Kulu with him since he knows the way to the cove. Foduck doesn't want to, but decides to come along since he liked being the tug that knew things. They find the canoe missing, but the paddle afloat in the water. As they look around, the paddle points to Shipwreck Rock, where they see the northern lights. They find Kulu stranded on a lonely beach and help him into the water. The tugs and their old friend head home, and Foduck becomes fond of the stories Kulu tells.
    • First and only appearance of Kulu the Canoe.
    • Cameos by Kingston and Jennifer.
  • "Northumberland is Missing":[1] Theodore and Rebecca spend the day searching for Northumberland, who gets trapped on the bottom of the ocean after an underwater rock-slide bends his propeller. With the help of Shelburne, Northumberland is soon raised back to the surface.
  • "Theodore Visits Ceilidh's Cove":[1] Theodore is sent to deliver a new propeller to a fishing trawler in Ceilidh's Cove. After finding the cove by himself and giving Dorothy the Dory a ride out on the ocean, he finally learns how being bigger feels.
    • Ceilidh's Cove is introduced and seen for the first time.
    • Truro the Fishing Trawler and Dorothy the Dory are introduced.
  • "Emily Goes Overboard":[1] Emily is known for doing great turns in the Big Harbour, until she carelessly gets herself stuck between two big Pictou Peak rocks while trying to do a turn through them. Luckily, Digby the Cable Ship finds her and gets help from Theodore, who later pushes Emily out from the peaks.
    • Cameos by Bedford and Inverness.
    • First time we see Emily stuck instead of Digby.
  • "Hank and the Night Light":[1] When Theodore goes to the repair dock for a few days to get his regular tune-up, Hank, who was all by himself, misses his dockmate very much each night and becomes afraid of the dark. The other tugs try everything to get rid of Hank's fear, but nothing helps - not even a night light. When Theodore returns, Hank is surprised to learn that Theodore was once afraid of the dark, too. At the end, Hank overcomes his fear of the dark and realizes that sometimes you just have to grow out of your fears as he fell fast asleep, right next to Theodore.
    • This episode is similar to the season one episode "Theodore’s Nightmares".
    • Cameo by Benjamin and Bedford.
  • "Theodore and the Harbour Crane":[1] Theodore meets Clayton the Harbour Crane, and decides that he wants to lift heavy things just like Clayton does. When he and Emily take Clementine the Container Ship out of the harbour the next day, Theodore spots a bumper, which he mistakes as a rock. A quick unexpected turn sends one of Clementine's container's overboard, and Theodore hurts his engine trying to lift it. Clayton then convinces Theodore that he's much better at being a tugboat than a harbour crane.
    • Clayton the Harbour Crane and Clementine are introduced.
    • Cameos by Shelburne and Northumberland.
  • "Hank's Wheezy Whistle":[1] Hank's whistle starts wheezing right before the Big Harbour Tugboat Races. When he neglects to get it fixed right away, it starts to get worse. In the end, Hank has his whistle cleaned and gets to start the tugboat race.
    • Cameos by Bedford, Constance, Rebecca, Barrington, Bobby, and Digby.
  • "Emily's Bruised Bumper":[1] Emily bruises her bumper while docking a big ship with Theodore and George. She had to float around with a big red bandage on her side, making her look and feel silly. Emily feared that everyone would laugh when they saw how pathetic she appeared to be. Theodore soon convinced her that she would always be Emily no matter how she looked.
    • Cameos by Pearl and Clementine.
  • "Rebecca and the Big Snore":[1] Benjamin Bridge keeps Rebecca up all night with his loud snoring, and this makes her grumpy when she goes treasure hunting with Theodore and Shelburne. Both she and Theodore learn that nobody's perfect when Rebecca upsets everyone.
    • Cameos by Shelburne and Benjamin.
  • "Theodore's Big New Friend",[1] "Theodore's Big Friend":[2] When Theodore is in charge of the arrival of Cumberland the Container Ship, things go awry. Cumberland's special engines do not require tugs for steering so he ignores Theodore and docks right in the middle of the harbour. As Theodore spends the night preventing collisions, he learns that the big ship only misses his friend. So he and Theodore become very good friends, and the ship learns that everyone needs tugboats.
    • Cumberland is introduced.
    • A ship called Conrade Explorer is mentioned, but never seen.
  • "George and the Underwater Mystery":[1] Foduck's sonar detects that there is something at the bottom of the harbour. He asks Theodore and George to help him find out what it is, but George is being too bossy and makes Theodore angry with all of his orders. Finally George listens to Theodore's plan. Theodore decides to use Shelburne and Northumberland to help out, but then George starts to shout at them and nothing goes right. When they all work together, they raise what turns out to be a fallen satellite.
    • Cameos by Shelburne, Northumberland, Catherine, and Colchester.
    • A ship called Natalie Explorer is mentioned, but never seen.
  • "A Joke Too Far":[1] Theodore and Barrington Barge decide to play hide and surprise like they always do with Petra the Pilot Boat. But staying hidden too long, causes everyone else in the harbour to become worried about them. When they are found, Theodore learns that jokes are funny, but not when they cause everyone to worry.
    • Cameos by Constance, Petra, and Owan.
  • "Grumpy Garbage Barge":[1] Guysborough the Garbage Barge turns Theodore's normal mood of being a bright and cheerful scamp into an old scrooge. This spreads across the whole harbour until everyone is grumpy. Even the Dispatcher and Bluenose. But when Theodore tries to be happy again, everyone is happy. Even Guysborough!
    • Jasper is seen but not introduced.
    • Cameos by Catherine and Julia, who speak to one another.
  • "Theodore Hugs the Coast":[1] The Dispatcher sends Theodore out on a job where it is vital that he hugs the coast. Unfortunately he becomes distracted and disobeys orders. He meets lots of new friends on the way.
    • First appearances of Fundy and Blandford.
    • Cameo by Owan.
    • First time Theodore gets to go out on the ocean.
  • "Theodore and the Ice Ship":[1] Theodore, George, and Hank find an enormous ice sculpture floating in the water, but can't identify the ship inside of it. When the ice melts it turns out to be Shamus, a fishing trawler, and the tugs soon discover how wonderful the ice ship was on the inside, when he was good for nothing on the outside.
    • First appearance of Shamus the Fishing Trawler.
    • Cameos by Jennifer and Pearl.
  • "Emily and the Tug of War":[1] George excludes Emily from a game of 'tug of war' because she's a girl tug, which starts a huge conflict between the two. Catherine the Container Ship later arrives with a double load that tilts her to one side while Theodore and George are towing her to her dock. They soon find themselves on a collision course with Owan the Oil Rig. After hearing George call for help, Emily rushes to the scene to help stop the ship just in time. George then realizes that it doesn't matter whether you're a boy tug or a girl tug, and they all play tug of war.
    • Catherine is introduced.
    • Cameos by Constance and Bedford.
  • "Hank's Hiccoughs":[1] Hank has a severe case of the hiccoughs that interfere with his work, and spends the whole day trying different methods to get rid of them. What eventually cures Hank's hiccoughs, is when he forgets about them long enough to help a ship in danger.
    • Cameos by Bobby, Fundy, Jennifer, and Colchester.
  • "Theodore and the Missing Barge":[1] It's 'New Bumper Day' in the Big Harbour. All the tugs are anxious to get their new bumpers, while Carla the Cabin Cruiser is anxious to go exploring. When no one will go with her, she starts taking everything in the harbour, from oil barrels, to bumpers, and even to barges. Everyone thinks that Emily took everything. Carla soon finds the courage to tell the tugs what she did.
    • Bonavista and Carla have roles.
  • "Big Harbour Fools' Day":[1] It's 'Big Harbour Fools' Day' but unfortunately, George doesn't take a liking to any of the jokes being played. The tugs are soon able to change his mind with some bubble bath.
    • First proper appearance of Chimey.
    • Cameos by Shelburne and Jennifer.
    • The Dispatcher wears toy glasses with slinky eyes on them.
  • "Theodore and the Boat Bully":[1] A new tug comes to the harbour to work for a while. His name is Oliver the Vast. After running into him a few times, Theodore is certain that Oliver is a bully and that he doesn't want to be Theodore's friend. Theodore finally tells the Dispatcher about Oliver, and the next day, Oliver gets sent back across the ocean.
    • Oliver is introduced and appears for the first and last time.
    • Oliver's model was later used for Sigrid, who debuted in the next season.
    • First time Owan talks in a hushed voice.
    • This is the first time we see Theodore cry.
  • "Theodore's Birthday Surprise": It's Theodore's birthday, but he thinks that everyone in the harbour has forgotten all about it. This causes him to feel miserable, but at the end of the day, Theodore gets a surprise when everyone throws him a big birthday party.
    • Cameos by Colchester, Pearl, Petra, and Bobby.
  • "Theodore's Backwards Day":[1] Theodore's engine breaks down in such a way that he can only move backwards. The incident causes Theodore to feel so embarrassed, that he hides from the rest of the tugs until he manages to get his engine fixed.
    • Cameo by Colchester.

Season four

  • "George's Turn":[1] The tugs meet Sigrid, the new supply ship. While working with Sigrid, George becomes jealous and doesn't want to make friends with her. When George sees that he and Sigrid have a lot more in common, he changes his opinion, and they all become best friends.
    • Sigrid the Supply Ship is introduced.
    • First appearance of Annapolis.
  • "Owan on the Loose":[1] Sigrid goes into the harbour to fetch Owan some new anchor cables when she gets trapped under some junk. Owan gets too excited and tries to go looking for her, but his cables snap when he attempts to raise them. The tugs are able to stop him right before he runs into a cliff, then quickly move on to save Sigrid as well.
    • Cameos by Northumberland.
  • "Scally's Stuff":[1] A ship named Scally comes to the harbour full of different treasures that he gives to the tugs. Theodore gets a windspinner, Hank a big, huge bumper, Emily a smokestack extension, and Foduck a siren. After causing confusion in the harbour, they finally restore order when they return their treasures to Scally.
    • First and only appearance of Scally.
    • Cameo by Shamus.
  • "Theodore and the Lies",[1] "Theodore Tells a Lie":[3] Theodore lies about nearly hitting one of the ferries to avoid getting in trouble. When he lies about inspecting a dock however, it catches fire because he didn't clean it up. Foduck puts out the fire, but gets in trouble instead of Theodore. That's when Theodore decides to tell the truth and confesses to the Dispatcher who welcomes his honesty as Theodore cleans up the damaged dock.
    • Cameos by Phillip, Philmore, Baddeck, and Constance.
  • "Digby's Disaster":[1] Digby and all the other tugboats get very excited when they meet Dartmouth the Giant Cable Ship. They soon forget all about Digby when they compare him to the big ship. Digby later notices one of Dartmouth's cables slipping into the water. After saving the cable, the tugs then realize that Digby is just as important as any other ship.
    • Dartmouth is introduced.
  • "Dartmouth Says Goodbye": Dartmouth the Giant Cable Ship is ready to leave the harbour after laying the rest of his cables. Theodore however, doesn't want Dartmouth to leave, and has trouble saying goodbye to him.
    • Cameos by Digby and Barrington.
  • "George and the Navy Ship":[1] George and Theodore meet Nautilus the Navy Ship. George all of a sudden wants to be a navy ship, and ends up towing in Truro for dumping garbage in the ocean. George mistakes Truro's fishing net for garbage and takes him into the harbour. After realizing his mistake, George escorts Truro out of the harbour, and goes back to being himself, George the Valiant.
    • Nautilus is introduced.
    • Cameos by Bonavista, Blandford, Barrington, and Northumberland.
  • "Sigrid and the Bumpers":[1] Sigrid the Supply Ship has always wanted to be a tugboat. She thinks that she can finally be one, if only she had bumpers. Later, when a bad storm prevents Theodore and Emily from docking a ship, Sigrid discovers that she can be a tugboat without bumpers. The next day, she gets a nice green bumper from Shediac. Sigrid puts the bumper on the back of her wheelhouse to remember the time she was a tugboat.
    • Cameos by Owan, Digby, Bedford, Shediac, and Canso.
    • Ironically, Sigrid is modified from the model of Oliver, who was a tugboat.
  • "Theodore and the Borrowed Bell":[4][1] Northumberland reluctantly lends Theodore his bell but despite Theodore's promise to look after it, the bell is accidentally knocked overboard by Hank. Theodore tries to recover the bell before Northumberland finds out, but when George is blamed for the loss, Theodore tells the truth. Northumberland easily retrieves the bell and Theodore learns he should have told the truth from the start.
  • "Nautilus and the Sinking Ship":[5] Canso the Super Tanker hits a rock and is sinking. George, Foduck, and Theodore are sure they can save him by themselves. When their first attempt fails, they blame each other. When this makes things worse, they learn the importance of asking for help. With help from Nautilus the Navy Ship, the three save the tanker.
  • "Foduck's Hurt Feelings":[6] Foduck accidentally sprays the Dispatcher with his fire hose while playing with Theodore. For the first time the Dispatcher yells at Foduck who is greatly saddened and fears he has lost the respect of the Dispatcher. Later Foduck yells at Theodore for breaking a safety rule. Surprisingly Theodore is not upset and explains he knew Foduck was having a bad day and perhaps the Dispatcher was having a bad day too. When Foduck returns to the dock, the Dispatcher reassures him that they will always be friends.
  • "Hank Hurts a Ship":[1] Hank meets Bayswater Barge for the first time and Bayswater has a passion for calling him names. Hank takes a liking to it until he calls Inverness, a cargo ship, "Needlenose". Inverness is so insulted that he tries to leave the harbour. Hank quickly learns his mistake after Theodore convinces Inverness to stay.
    • Bayswater and Inverness are introduced.
    • Cameos by Constance, Bluenose, Rebecca, and Pearl.
  • "Emily's New Hat":[1] The Dispatcher sends Emily to replace her old hat with a new one, but Emily doesn't want a new hat, and the new one makes her look silly. Theodore explains to the Dispatcher that everyone has a favourite thing to hold on to, so the Dispatcher lets Emily go to get her old hat back. Emily is finally happy, with her good old hat.
    • Cameos by Digby, Petra, Cumberland, Shelburne, and Owan.
  • "George and the Funny Noise": George makes a weird sound in the presence of Theodore, Hank, and a ship. He feels embarrassed, so he goes to live under Owan. Theodore shows him that it's okay to do something silly once in a while, and to laugh along with your friends.
    • Cameo by Caraquet.
  • "Theodore and the Tough Tugging": Theodore and George have the job of bringing in a ship called Caraquet, who's loaded with fragile cargo. While Theodore tries to keep her steady, George is making noise and going faster. When it's time to take Caraquet out of the harbour, Theodore realizes that the only way to get Caraquet out of the harbour safely, is to ask George to slow down.
    • Caraquet is introduced.
    • Cameos by Owan and Northumberland.
  • "Theodore's New Job": Theodore gets the new job of inspecting bell buoy's, but soon begins acting a little too bossy. When he finally asks the bell buoys in a nice way to do what he wants, things get much easier for him.
    • Cameos by Bedford, Blandford, and Caraquet.
  • "Theodore's Prize": The tugboats have a contest for whoever does the best job each day, and the winner gets a prized flag. Theodore gets the job of hauling Bedford, but it's harder than he thought. In the end, Theodore doesn't get a prize, but something he gave himself.
    • Cameos by Pearl, Canso, Shelburne, and Bedford.
  • "Guysborough's Garbage": Canso Colossus, the king of all supertankers is visiting the harbour. While the tugs are paying all of their attention to the giant supertanker, they forget how important Guysborough is. When Guysborough refuses to work, the harbour literally becomes a mess. When Canso sees the garbage floating in the water, he demands to be taken out of the harbour. The tugs finally learn how much the harbour needs Guysborough.
    • Cameos by Fundy and Jasper.
    • Canso Colossus is introduced.
  • "Theodore and the lost Bell Buoy": Foduck tells Theodore that he shouldn't spin Bedford. Theodore doesn't listen, and all of the spinning breaks Bedford's anchor cable, causing him to float away. Later, Theodore finds Bedford trapped behind a pile of driftwood and learns that he shouldn't play with things that need to be taken seriously.
  • "George and the Flags": A container ship named Chester arrives when the Big Harbour is having "Flag Day", where the boats wear flags. Chester however, is upset that he doesn't have flags and that George is completely ignoring him. Later, when Chester gets some flags, he decides that the Big Harbour is very friendly.

Season five

  • "Brunswick's Big Scare": Brunswick Barge always enjoys thrills and chills, but he starts to think differently when a bad storm separates him and Theodore. He learns to be more careful after being pulled off some rocks by Theodore and Constance.
    • Brunswick is introduced.
    • Cameos by Constance and Chester.
  • "Theodore Gets Lost":[1] Theodore gets separated from Pearl in a thick fog near Shipwreck Rock. The only way he is able to find her, is when he stays put and waits for her to come to him.
    • Lunenburg Lighthouse and Emma Sophia are introduced.
    • Cameos by Digby, Blandford, and Clare.
  • "Emily Drifts Off": Emily starts to drift off every time she falls asleep. She thinks it's really Theodore playing a joke on her, until he wakes her from another drift. They soon figure out a way to keep Emily from ever drifting again.
    • Cameos by Bedford and Emma Sophia.
  • "Emily and the Sleep Over":[1] Emily goes to have a sleep over with Carla, Sigrid, and Dorothy at Ceilidh's Cove. They decide to visit Shipwreck Rock, where things start to get a little spooky after Emily tells them the story of the Sea Beagle.
    • Cameos by Truro, Cocomagh, and Theodore.
  • "Theodore's Bright Night": The tugs are upset when they find out that the Queen Stephanie is going to be late so Constance the Coast Guard Ship plays a game with Theodore and Hank to cheer them up. At first they want to go home until, they realize that Constance can be fun. Later, they invite her to the dock for storytelling time where they find out that the queen has arrived. Constance, for the first time, gets to meet the queen and everybody has a good time.
  • "Foduck and the Shy Ship": Foduck has his regular night safety patrol, but no one seems to enjoy his loud job. He is then told of a ship that's too shy to come into the harbour, and goes to convince the ship that the big harbour is very friendly.
    • Cocomagh is introduced.
    • Cameos by Digby, Northumberland, Emma Sophia, Bayswater, and Brunswick.
    • In this episode, Foduck wakes Theodore, and Theodore wakes with a start. With a jump he thinks there's a fire, runaway oil rig, and a rocket ship crash was going on. Theodore references past events to George's life boat fire and the dock fire, Owan running away, and Emily and the crashing rocket.
  • "Bedford's Big Move": Bedford Buoy feels sad that he can't go anywhere, and asks Baddeck the Buoy Boat to take him to another harbour. Only with the love of his friends, does he decide to change his mind.
    • Baddeck is introduced.
    • Cameos by Constance, Barrington, Rebecca, Pearl, and Petra.
  • "Hank and the Sunken Ship":[1] Northumberland discovers a sunken ship, and tells the tugs all about it. Hank decides to try raising the ship for the purpose of having a great story to tell. A bad storm rolls in while he attempts to raise the ship, causing his rope to get stuck. He runs out of oil, and soon finds himself nearly running into a cliff-side. He is later rescued by Theodore and Northumberland. That night, Hank has a great story to tell the others, and realizes that he doesn't have to be better than everyone else to be liked.
    • Cameos by Northumberland and Digby.
    • First time we see the sunken ship.
  • "Guysborough Makes a Friend": Digby is told about Guysborough the Grumpy Garbage Barge. He instantly wants to make friends with him, but Theodore tries to prevent that from happening. He didn't want Guyborough's feelings to get hurt because he's always grumpy to everyone, but Digby surprises the both of them.
    • Cameo by Jasper and Bayswater.
    • Hank appears once in this episode.
  • "Theodore and the Unsafe Ship":[1] Theodore is the tug in charge of bringing in a ship named Cabot, all by himself. When Theodore inspects Cabot, he notices that his cargo is messy and unsafe. Cabot, however, decides to go in by himself, because Theodore refuses to tow him. Cabot causes a lot of trouble in the harbour and even drops some of his cargo. The cargo tells Theodore that Cabot does everything you tell him not to do so Theodore tricks him into running aground on the sandy beach. After that, Theodore tows Cabot to his dock, backwards.
    • Cabot is introduced.
    • First time cargo speaks.
    • This episode is similar to the TUGS episode "Warrior".
    • Cameos by Emma Sophia and Emily.
  • "Hank Stays Up Late": Hank joins Theodore on the night shift where he has the best time of his life, but the next few nights don't turn out to be as good as the first. Hank goes back to taking old bumpers to Shediac, the shipyard shed.
    • Cameos by Owan, Northumberland, Constance, and Shediac.
  • "Theodore and the Hunt for Northumberland": When Stewiacke the Salvage Ship arrives in the harbour with Pugwash the Mini-sub, Northumberland goes into hiding. He's afraid that Pugwash will bump him like she always does, but later sees that some things can change.
    • Pugwash and Stewiacke are introduced.
  • "Theodore's Big Decision":[1] Pugwash goes missing in action when she gets lost in the Ecum Secum Circle, an underwater place where ships stay lost forever. Theodore joins the search, but has trouble convincing Constance what to do. That's when Theodore makes a big decision that brings Pugwash back to the surface.
    • The Rock Brothers are seen for the first and last time.
    • Cameos by Constance, Owan, Northumberland, Stewiacke, and Lunenburg.
    • First time we hear of Pugwash's fear of foghorns and lighthouse lights.
    • Last time we see the sunken ship from the episode "Hank and the Sunken Ship".
  • "Pugwash is Gone": Pugwash is sent to Ceilidh's Cove with George and Foduck to search for a piece of cargo that fell off of a ship. While George and Foduck show off to the boats who live in the cove, Pugwash wanders off. Theodore arrives to see chaos, and figures out a way to bring Pugwash back to the surface.
    • Cameos by Truro, Dorothy, Shelburne, Clayton, and Emma Sophia.
    • Last episode with Pugwash.
  • "Theodore Shares His Story": Theodore thinks that his friends will be excited to hear about his adventures, so he is confused when Hank and Truro don't welcome his interruptions. That night however, when George interrupts Theodore's tale of his trip to Ceilidh's Cove, Theodore realizes how he must have made Truro and Hank feel. He goes back to his friends and instead of reporting his own adventures, he asks to hear their stories. He quickly discovers that it can be just as fun to listen as to talk.
  • "Theodore and the Buoy Boat": A new buoy boat named Baddeck is visiting the harbour. When Theodore first sees him lifting Bedford and Blandford out of the water, he thinks Baddeck is not friendly. He soon changes his mind about Baddeck, and he and the bell buoys, along with Baddeck become friends.
  • "Theodore and the Bickering Barges": Theodore usually loves towing barges, but when he's put between Bayswater and Brunswick he begins to change his mind. The two barges bicker over everything. They argue about who has more cargo and who's pulling on the ropes. Theodore tries to distract them by pointing to fish jumping out of water but that only leads to a dispute over whether it was a whale or a dolphin. When Theodore complains, the Dispatcher suggests that he take only one barge at a time, but that just leads to a fight over who should go first. Theodore gets fed up and leaves. Finally the barges have something they can agree on. They need Theodore to come back so they can finish their work. That first agreement leads to others and before they know it, the two barges are getting along, at least most of the time.
  • "Theodore the All-Powerful": Hank is convinced that Theodore has super powers. After all, Theodore had wished that the fog would go away and it did. Then he got the assignment he'd wished for. In fact, Hank is so sure of Theodore's power that when a ship named Emma Sophia gets stuck, he refuses George's help because he thinks that Theodore can just wish her free. And sure enough, the smaller tugs manage to move Emma Sophia without the big tug's help. Theodore thinks he is just lucky, but he's not sure. When George disappears, Theodore wonders if he was at fault because he had wished that the big tug would go away. It turns out however, that George had just been helping Truro the Fishing Trawler in Ceilidh's Cove, and even though Theodore liked the idea of having super powers, he is relieved to know that not all his wishes come true.
  • "Theodore the Tattletug": Theodore comes across one of Emily's lifeboats adrift. Afraid that Emily might be hurt, he rushes to tell the Dispatcher. Being helpful makes Theodore feel proud and important. He even imagines receiving awards. Suddenly, everything in the Big Harbour seems like an incident worthy of the Dispatcher's immediate attention. Instead of waking up Northumberland when the sub is in the way, Theodore tells the Dispatcher. Then he reports that Digby's cable spools are loose, and that Carla is speeding. In the time it takes Theodore to report that George's tow rope is too long however, Brunswick gets hurt. Theodore realizes that he could have prevented the accident if he had just told George instead of running to the Dispatcher. He learns that tattling isn't usually the best way to solve a problem.
  • "Hank and the Silly Faces": When Hank first meets Millie the Fishing Trawler, he thinks she is just making silly faces. He doesn't realize that Millie is squinting because she can't see very well, but Millie isn't about to tell him. She thinks that people won't like her if they know that she can't see, but when she joins in a game and almost causes an accident, her secret is revealed. Instead of rejecting her, the tugs take the trawler to the repair dock. She worries that no one will be able to fix her, but just as her new friends predicted, the repair is simple. She tells the tugs that seeing with her new glasses is 'just like making friends with the world all over again.'
  • "Emily Finds a Friend": Carla the Cabin Cruiser manages to ruin a perfectly good game of 'search and rescue' (hide and seek) by being too bossy. Theodore gets fed up and goes home. Emily just gets mad and hides. In the process of looking for her friend, Carla gets lost, and then gets stuck. The tugs realize that if they had confronted Carla about being bossy in the first place, the cruiser probably wouldn't have gotten lost. They know that they should speak up next time. Carla, on the other hand, hadn't learned anything about being bossy. When the tugs find her, she still insists on giving orders, but when her instructions undermine the tugs' efforts to free her, she finally realizes that sometimes it is better for people to do things their own way.
  • "Hank's Cozy Cove": The tugs must bunk in a strange cove while their dock is being dredged, and everyone is having trouble falling asleep. Everyone but Hank, that is. Hank had brought along his dock bumper. Theodore thinks that they all could use a reminder of home, so he and Hank build a breaker from the rocks they are moving out of their dock. That calms the water and soon everyone is cuddled up and fast asleep, just like at home.
  • "Theodore and the Missing Siren": Theodore is so excited by the bright red siren he's found, he can't wait to play with it, but by the time he finishes work, he has lost it. He looks everywhere, even places he hadn't visited that day. It finally occurs to him to ask his friends if anyone has seen the siren. Sure enough, Emma Sophia, who he had helped dock earlier, had found it. Theodore is happy to have the siren back, and is tempted to sound it, but that might make others think he is in trouble, which is untrue because he's found his siren.
  • "Theodore Takes Charge": Theodore is not sure how to be in charge of the harbour clean-up without losing his friends. He is afraid they'll be mad if he gives orders, so he just keeps quiet. When nothing gets done, Theodore concludes that he just isn't good at being in charge, but the Dispatcher explains that people expect a tug in charge to be clear about what needs to be done. When Theodore takes the Dispatcher's advice, he discovers that true friends follow a true leader.
  • "George Waits His Turn": George never wants to wait his turn. Most of the time it is just annoying, but when Emily, Theodore, and George are sent to turn an iceberg away from the harbour, George's impatience nearly results in disaster. His first reaction is to blame Emily, but he knows it is really his own fault. That night at story time, George struggles to wait his turn to tell about the iceberg adventure. Emily smiles and lets him go first. She knows that George has learned his lesson.
  • "Hank Floats Forward": Hank is so excited that he is finally allowed to move ships by himself, that he doesn't pay attention when he helps Digby off of Willy's Island. He gives the old cable ship a good scrape on the sharp rocks. Digby is upset and tells everyone that Hank isn't good at moving big ships. To help Hank restore his reputation, Theodore brings him along on his next job and puts the little tug in charge. With Theodore's encouragement, Hank does a good job with everyone watching, and even Digby has to admit that Hank might be a good tugboat after all.
    • This was the final episode produced.

See also

References

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