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KIDS MEGA CHOO-CHOO TOY TRAIN COMPILATION – Children’s Train Videos for kids BRIO Toys

September 16, 2019


– Ambleance. (blowing raspberry) – This how you say ambulance.
Their new way. (laughs) (train whistles) – [Kids] TrainLab. – Hey, guys. – Hey, guys. – [Dad] Who’s your friend over there? Who is that guy that
keeps popping up every once in a while?
– Lane and D.C. – [Dad] And D.C.? – Hey!
– What’s that? – I’m only gonna share love to you too. – [Dad] Does that mean I love you? (lips smooching) I love you! I love you, Lane.
(lips smooching) – [Eric] And, guys! – I love you, Eric (laughs).
(lips smooching) – Guys, we have to make the video! – [Dad] Okay (laughing). Okay, what’s the video? – We haven’t seen it yet. – [Dad] Oh, okay. Oh, it looks like your
BRIO’s driving down the road. – One, one, one.
– One day. – [Eric] Blue dump truck was
driving around down the road, and the gate thing go down
and because they were broken, and they crashed! – [Dad] Oh, no, crash! Where’s the tow truck? And, we have a tow truck!
(trumpet blasts) – (gasping) Thank you! Guys, look what I been, I been wanting this a lot. – [Dad] We got a tow truck! – [D.C.] That’s a long tow. – [Dad] Quick, pull it out and, – [Eric] I can’t, I can’t– – [Dad] ‘Cause we have a big, huge mess. Where’s the ambulance? (bell dings) – We don’t have an ambaleance.
(blowing raspberry) – [Dad] (laughs) An ambulance? (Lane imitates sirens wailing) – [Dad] We don’t have a what? – There comes the ambaleance.
(blowing raspberry) (Dad laughs)
But, I can’t open it. – [Dad] Lane, do you have an ambulance? (bell dings)
– No. – [Dad] What is it? What’s it called? – [Eric] It’s a crane. – [Dad] Can you say ambulance? – Ambalance.
(blowing raspberry) (Dad laughs) [Dad] Can you say ambulance? – Ambulance.
(bell dings) – [Dad] Cool, you say ambulance. – Ambleance.
(blowing raspberry) – [Dad] D.C., you say ambulance. – Ambulance. (dad laughs)
(bell dings) – [Eric] Look! – [Dad] Quick, get the tow truck out! Is it for trucks? Oh, it looks like a big, mighty tow truck. Sweet (laughs). – [Cody] And, here’s the ambulance. (bell dings) – [Eric] Yeah, the
bigger is the ambulance. – [Dad] Wow, that’s cool. The three-year-old can say ambulance better than the six-year-old duo. Naughty twins. Oh, here we go, look at that. He’s pulling it along.
(Eric imitates sirens wailing) Whoa, that’s so cool. – [Cody] The other car,
what’s the other car– – [Eric] Through there! And this is the service for the tow truck. – [Lane] Eric, if I
wreck off the railroad, you’re gonna have to help me. – [Eric] Yeah! – [Dad] Can that tow
truck also tow trains? – Yeah.
(bell dings) – [Dad] Whoa, it’s ambidextrous? (bell dings) – Yeah.
– Multipurpose? (bell dings) Swiss Army knife?
(bell dings) It could do everything?
– Yeah. (bell dings)
(Dad whistles) – [Eric] It can do every, It can tow anything. – [Dad] Wow, that’s cool. – [Eric] Oh, you wrecked! – [Dad] I love it, oh! (loud whimsical music)
(Eric imitates sirens wailing) Look, you passed it! – [Eric] Let me take my ACL on the bridge. – (laughs) Oh.
(Eric imitates sirens wailing) (child screams)
Oh, no. It’s getting worse! – Whoo-whoo!
– The bridge is collapsing! (imitating bridge
cracking) Quick, tow truck! – (Imitating sirens wailing) I’m coming! – Oh!
– It’s okay, I’m right here! I’m gonna tow the rest off of, I don’t know how to fix this. I’m gonna have, my driver’s gonna have to unhitch. – [Lane] Eric, can I drive the tow truck? – [Eric] But, but you, but you broke down. – [Dad] Crunch. – [Cody] And we have a tow truck. – Here we go.
– All right, guys. – Uh-oh.
– We’re running out of batteries, we have to go! – Ooh, well we crashed! They crashed again. – [Dad] Oh, well, hopefully
the story will still go before the batteries run out (laughs). – Okay. – [Dad] Oh, and he picks
it up and he drives away. – [Lane] I can (speaking
away from microphone) – I hope,
– Hey! You’re on my road. – [Dad] When’s the next
metro train coming in? – [Eric] Chugga chugga choo-choo,
chugga chugga choo-choo. Chugga chugga choo-choo.
Chugga chugga choo-choo. – We can, we can get–
– Yay! – [Dad] Ding ding, doors opening. (whistle)
– TrainLab! – [Dad] Hey guys, we’re gonna do another surprise for Eric and Cody since we love BRIOs so much. This is the Metro Rail set and this is the coolest. This is part of the BRIO World Set. – Yeah!
– Eric, Cody! – What is it, what is it?
– Eric, Cody! – Yay!
– Yay! – [Dad] What is it? – It’s (laughs), the BRIO Metro train. – [Dad] Whoa! We’ve been looking at
that one for a while, haven’t we? – Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah! Let’s open it.
– Whoa! Where should we put it, like right here? – Let’s, look, look,
– I think we got a space for it.
– Look what it comes with. It comes with all of this. So much! – [Dad] Looks like 20 pieces
of like all the Metro pieces. – Yeah.
– Is it battery-operated too? – [Eric] No. – I think it is battery operated.
– No, it’s not! – [Dad] I think it is. – [Eric] No. – [Dad] It says on the outside of it. Oh, and there’s the beautiful brochure that really, really
(cash register dings) likes Daddy’s wallet. Look at that, there’s a
couple of cool trains. Oh, and we already have
one of those tunnels, too. That’s the subway station? – Where’s the subway station? – [Dad] It’s in there. – Is this the subway? – [Dad] Yeah, that looks
like a subway station. – [Eric] The subway out. – Wow, that’s–
– Subway! – [Dad] Oh, I love that subway. – Hey, watch this. – [Dad] Wow, the doors
come open and close, too? – [Eric] Yes, and look in the insides. – Ooh!
– These little things. – Metro map.
– Oh, what is this? – And a couple of seats.
– What is this? – [Dad] Looks like it’s the rail map. Oh, I’m going on holiday. – [Cody] And it comes with a suitcase. – [Dad] Whoa, that’s so cool. He’s going on a trip. – [Eric] Watch this, guys. – [Dad] It’s battery. – [Eric] The batteries
are only for the lights. – You think so?
– Yeah. – [Dad] Huh. – Because you have to push it around. – [Dad] You do? – Yes. – [Dad] Has sound and what? Sound and lights. – Mm-hmm.
– Okay, it’s sound and lights. What’s the sound? – [Eric] I don’t know. – [Dad] Does it have some sound? – No.
– Hmm. – But did–
– It says it has sound. Let me see. Guess that’s where the battery goes. Oh, where are we gonna put it? I think we could put right in here, huh? Could we put it right there? Oh, we even have a city
bus in there, look at that. So maybe we can put it
right there and then, (Eric sighs) That would be a cool place. Can you join it right into the tunnel and then it goes straight out? – [Eric] Sure. – [Dad] Whoa, that’d be cool. – [Eric] But now we have two metros. – [Cody] That’s just like — – [Dad] Well, this is just the tunnel to come into the metro. – [Eric] Hey! – [Dad] Mmm, that’s cool. – [Eric] Hey, how ’bout we put this, put this sign — – [Dad] Yeah? – [Eric] Right here. – [Dad] Whoa, okay, cool. So, its got the metro
ticket dispenser right there and a metro rail map right there. (dad whistles) – [Eric] And they can
lock in and we’ll let– – [Cody] And how ’bout
we put this right here? – [Eric] And wait for the metro? – [Dad] When’s the next
metro train comin’ in? – [Eric] Chugga chugga choo choo! Chugga chugga choo choo! Chugga chugga choo choo! Chugga chugga choo choo! Yay! – [Dad] Ding, ding,
door’s opening (laughs). Whee! – [Cody] We need a seat for your, our suitcase. – [Eric] Oh, that goes front car. Need to put that in later. We put that in when the train backs up. Front door closing. – [Dad] Vroom, here comes the bus with more passengers. (Dad imitates brakes screeching) – [Cody] So, we don’t
have a place for this one. (dad imitates footsteps) – [Dad] Wait for me,
wait for me, wait for me! Oh, you’re filled up. Okay, I’ll go for the next one. Oh, you do have an extra train car.
– Yeah! – [Dad] Yay. Come on in. – [Cody] Look what we did. – [Dad] Oh, you have another one? Who can ride? The construction worker
needs to get to work. Here he comes. – [Eric] The construction
worker doesn’t need to come. – [Dad] Yeah, ’cause
he needs to get to the gantry crane area to drive his forklift. – [Eric] Wow, this becoming a long train. – [Dad] Whoa! It’s the morning rush hour. (child makes train sounds) – [Dad] Boy, that’s a long
early morning metro train. – [Eric] Yes. – [Dad] Wow. Everybody needs to get to work. – [Eric] So we can get back here. – [Dad] Uh oh, it might be too long. – [Eric] It can’t. (fog horn blowing) – [Dad] Now over to the ferry. Might have to take a
couple at a time, huh? – [Eric] Might be, this person’s actually too tall. – [Dad] He is? Oh, I guess he is, look at that. – [Eric] Oh, that’s Leanne’s. Can’t hold any. – [Dad] ‘kay, go across the ferry. (fog horn beeping) – [Eric] We begin. The air conditioner’s off? – [Dad] Here we go. Chugga chugga chugga
(makes swooshing sound). – [Eric] Whoops, the switch was wrong. Well, we wanna go this way. It sure is a long train. – [Dad] Everybody’s going to work. – [Cody] Oh. – [Dad] To rue and glue. A bear who cares. A nude in a suit. – [Eric] Chugga chugga choo choo! Chugga chugga choo choo! Pullin’ into the station. – [Dad] Look, we’ve got everybody waiting to get loaded up. (Eric imitating braking train) – [Dad] Hey, let the people get off. Have to stop at the work site. Hauling all that load for the day. Got lots of customers and lots of loads. (bell dings) (Eric imitates the whoosh
of train doors opening) – [Eric] This guy’s driving to the gantry. This guy’s getting the forklift. – [Dad] Cool! – Driving.
– Vroom, vroom. – [Eric] All right, this guy’s driving. – [Dad] ‘kay, I’m ready for a load. It’s like the ship’s almost unloaded. There we go. See ya later, going for another load (imitates train honking). – [Eric] Hey there, guys! Come on and hop in. – [Dad] Is it lunch time already? – [Eric] Yes. – [Dad] Oh (whistles). – [Eric] Ding! – [Dad] Okay, I’m off. (dad beeping)
(dad honking) – [Eric] Where’s, oh, this is the gantry. (dad imitating engine running) – [Eric] Well, I’m heading back. I’m heading back to the metro because the big long train is moving. Is getting ready. And now, the drivers are gonna switch trains.
– Okay. – [Eric] Train waves. – [Dad] Everything BRIO. And the ship. Ooh, loading into the cargo docks and the ferries (whistles) and the collapsible bridge. That’s so cool. I like that one. – [Eric] Chugga choo choo! Chugga chugga choo choo! Chugga chugga choo choo! Yay! – [Dad] Ding, ding, door’s opening. Whee! – [Cody] A style we need to see for our suitcase. – [Eric] Oh, that goes front car. We need to put that in later. We put that in when the train backs up. – [Dad] Look, we’ve got everybody waiting to get loaded up. – [Cody] No one pulling this one. (dad imitates fog horn blowing) – [Dad] Here comes a load. Coming in from the docks with a big full load (dad shushing). We’ll need the crane to take that off. (child imitates a boat horn) – [Eric] This guy’s driving to the gantry. This guy’s gettin’ the forklift. – [Dad] Looks like the
ship’s almost unloaded. There we go. See ya later, going for another load. (dad imitating boat honking) Oh no, there’s a car
stuck in the road here. He ran outta gas. Better get the tow truck. Get the tow truck. Pull him outta the way. We got lots of stuff to get today. Lots of stuff to deliver. – [Cody] Beep beep. Another truck started the– – [Dad] Okay. – [Cody] Another truck started to go. Started up (shushing). Well, I’m heading back. – [Dad] Here comes the party train. (train chugging) And the smart train’s off again. Oh, he’s gonna stop right here, though. We’re gonna have him stop there. – [Eric] For awhile. – [Dad] Mm hmm. – [Eric] Because the big, long train is getting ready. – [Dad] Come on over here. We have the remote control BRIO. This is one of our classic, favorite ones. – [Eric] Yes. – [Dad] Yeah, let’s have him be the, he’s the zoo train today. He’s gonna haul a giraffe and a zebra and an empty cart for the hay. Oh, we need to get some hay loaded in our, our zoo train. – [Eric] There’s some. – [Dad] Oh, thank you. – [Eric] That was fast, right? – [Dad] ‘kay, here we go. (train engine running) – [Cody] And guess what
just arrived at the metro station? – [Dad] What arrived? – [Cody] The metro train. It can only load a no-step okay? It can only hold two persons at a time. – [Dad] Oh. – [Cody] You see now? – [Dad] ‘kay, go. It’s time to go (beeping). Here goes the hoard. Zoo train. – [Eric] See you tomorrow! – [Dad] ‘kay, he’s waiting
on the docks for the ferry. – [Eric] And the big mulch– – [Dad] Oh, stop. Whoa, stop! (dad laughs) Wow, this is a busy morning. – [Cody] Hey look, the ferry is arrived. – [Dad] Mm hmm. Oh, the ferry arrived? Oh, thank you! Well, let’s get it going. Come on in, ferry. – [Eric] This is a busy morning. – [Dad] Oh, the giraffe’s
gonna have to duck his head. Let’s see if the giraffe’ll duck his head. Oh, he did! Oh, he’s good. Even the zebra did, too. Okay. (train honking) Oh, we’ll have to leave the
hay here for the moment. – [Eric] Why? – [Dad] Okay, bye bye, ferry! – [Cody] It’s a busy morning here. It’s a busy morning. – [Eric] Choo choo! – [Dad] Uh oh, he’s going backwards. Oh, the zebra almost fell into the water. Whoa! He’s going backwards! Come back! (dad laughing) There he goes. He’s off to the big zoo. – [Cody] Here’s your hay. – [Dad] Oh, thank you. Thank you for bringing that across. – [Eric] We’re about to cross, we’re about to crash. – [Dad] Oh, yes we are, aren’t we? Well, you could switch
the train and go that way. – [Eric] Stop the train! – [Cody] Why? – [Dad] He’s stopped and waiting. – [Eric] Because I need this, I’ll switch ’em when I have a chance. – [Dad] Okay. – [Eric] And get back. And now the driver’s gonna switch trains. – [Dad] Okay. – Train weighs. – [Dad] Did you have a
good time with BRIO today? – Yes. – [Dad] Yeah? – [Dad] How about you, Cody? – Yes! – [Dad] We love BRIO! – We love BRIO! – [Dad] We love BRIO. – [Eric] Yeah. Too much! – Once upon a time at Tidmouth Sheds, everything was great. Diesel, which is remote controlled, went out one day. (train engine running) It went to class but he didn’t notice it was the wrong way. (upbeat bluegrass music) We didn’t tell him this road block. (train engine running) He’s a slower engine, until he came to a stop
and jumped aboard a boat and did not really
realize he was in a boat. And he sailed across back into here is where he sailed. And he was like, “Hey, which way? “This way or this way?” And he thought it was this way, so he went off. This kind makes noise. But what he did not realize is his special cargo was here, not this way. He definitely needs help on this. He can make the rest. (train engine running) He stopped and asked Cranky, “Cranky, is my special delivery here?” “No.” So he went off and it leaded him back to Tidmouth Sheds. What? I went the wrong way! Great. So he got out again and the point changed so he went again. (train engine running) (upbeat synthesizer music) (Cody speaking off microphone) He’s on his way home. He’s gonna take a ferry. But, so, he’s stuck. Because the gates were open
because the water was going through. (Eric imitating water rushing) (Eric humming) (train engine running) This is our collapse thing. Bridge. – [Cody] And the Thomas. – [Eric] And then the engine noticed the bridge was collapsed. Thomas stopped and then
the engine here fixed it. (train engine running) And Thomas got in and
he just kept on going. Through the track he was on the track. (voices fast forwarding) (train engine running) And, turn this car around. And topple up. – [Cody] Thomas works ahead. – [Eric] Cody always has his
own story to tell, right, Dad? – Uh huh.
– Right, Dad. – [Eric] So, he went to the
ferry until he was too late. – [Cody] And now it’s
too late to build this, – So, he brought it
back to Tidmouth Sheds. (train engine running) (Cody speaks away from microphone) It’s gonna storm tonight. – [Dad] (gasps) It is? What kind of storm? A big bad storm? – Yeah! It can break stuff like that
unstable thing, and it’s– – [Dad] (whistles) And
they have all the airports all on alert? Warning, warning, warning! Even the presidential airplane’s grounded? – It’s gonna be storming snow! Big, heavy snow.
(Dad laughs) It started snowing. It’s snowing, it’s snowing. It’s dire. The trains can’t run! – [Dad] Oh no! – It’s snowing.
– And everyone is unhappy. – [Dad] The bridges are out, the flights are all grounded, even the presidential
airplane is grounded. – [Eric] And there’s
big chunks of snow, too. – [Dad] Ooh, huge avalanche,
big chunks of arctic iceburgs coming off of the north. – Um, not me.
– How are they gonna get out of it? – The trains are not gonna go anywhere. – [Dad] So what happens,
how do they fix it? – Hmm, don’t know! – [Dad] Huh, oh, at least
one airline got out. – What? – [Dad] (making airplane soaring effects) Oh, and the president got out, too. (Eric imitating airplane engine) That means it’s all starting to work. Maybe it’s starting to fall out now, huh? (Eric imitating airplane crashing) (vinyl record scratching) Oh no, the presidential airplane crashed? – Because there’s too much snow in it! – [Dad] Oh no! Is he okay? – Uh, yes.
– Quick, get the cow out. (Dad mooing) Moo, moo, moo, moo, moo. (boy laughing) – [Dad] Move it, move it,
move it, move it, move it. Oh, phew, good thing. (kid screeching) Hey, I think I see the president, he’s waving outside this airplane. “Hello, everybody!” “Moo, can I go for a ride?” (dad laughing)
(kid giggling) It’s a cow on a plane. Oh, it looks like the guy
over here is starting to, (radio crackles)
Attention all snowblowers and trains, let’s start movin’ this
snow out of the way. – [Eric] Yeah. – [Dad] Beep, beep, beep, beep, quick, quick, quick, let’s go! (boy imitating engine)
Let’s ride low! (boy screeching) – [Eric] My train’s a magical train! Country the magical train. – [Dad] Oh Dan, get your claw. Start cleaning up! Clean up, clean up, clean up! Pile all the snow. – [Eric] (screeching) I’m magical! – [Dad] Cool. I don’t think I’ve ever heard
a train with rubber tires squeals before (laughing). – [Eric] It can go on ice! My magical train can go on ice. – [Dad] Oh yeah? – [Eric] And under ice! (train horn blowing) Oh no! We didn’t know that part
of the track was out! – [Dad] Oh no, what’s gonna happen? – Well don’t worry, we can fix it. – I can go on this ice! – [Dad] Diesel 10 can go anywhere. Oh, hey look! (Dad imitates engine) – [Eric] Stop it. – [Dad] I’m here to
clear the roads for you. Let’s go! (Dad imitates engine running) – [Eric] Stop! (Cody laughing) – [Dad] Uh oh. We’re at the end of the road. What happened? – [Eric] The bridge fell down! – [Dad] Oh dear, well, I’ll just have to have… Where’s Harold to come and pick me up? Oh, we got something better than Harold. We have the mighty chopper (imitating helicopter rotors beating). – [Eric] Mighty chopper does, – [Dad] He’s a heavy-duty lifter (imitating helicopter rotors beating). – [Eric] Where are you goin’? – [Dad] I’m goin’ over
here where there’s some snow on the tracks. Oh, thank you! Hey, look what we found! – [Eric] Oh, I– – [Dad] We found the snow removal guy! Whoa! We’ve had an earthquake.
(Boy laughing) A catastrophic event. – [Cody] Oh, no. – [Dad] Oh quick, well
let’s get the bulldozer to clean it up. (boy laughing) (dad imitating bulldozer engine) – I have a–
– This might call for bigger bulldozer.
– Yeah! – [Dad] What happened
to the bigger bulldozer? – [Eric] Not sure, probably outside! – [Dad] It’s outside? – Yeah!
– Oh, no. Okay, well I happen to have
a mighty mini-bulldozer. (imitating engine noise) (Cody laughs) – [Eric] We’ve got something even better! – [Dad] All right. Action Chugger, and the ferry
ports are back open again. Beep, beep! (boys screeching) – [Cody] It’s melting. – [Dad] All right, it’s all melting away. Good thing for the
bulldozer and Diesel 10! (Dad imitating bulldozer engine) – [Eric] Look what Action
Chugger’s gonna do! – [Dad] Is Action Chugger, oh Action Chugger’s putting back the, the track, is he? – [Eric] Yeah. – [Dad] Whoa, cool! (Dad imitates engine)
– Action Chugger’s the strongest we have. – [Dad] All righty, looks
like all the roads are cleared and almost back to normal. All the tracks are almost back to normal. (Boys screeching) – [Eric] Yeah, they’re almost cleared up! – [Dad] There we go (whistles). – [Eric] Now we have to put
these supports together. – [Dad] All right. – [Eric] To complete. – [Dad] Well, there’s nobody
standing at the subway. – Well, because–
– I guess it’s too cold. Here he comes, here comes the metro guy, comin’ to pick up people to go to work. Goin’ to planes. – [Eric] I will have this snowblower pail. – [Dad] That looks like a radar (beeping). Everything is okay, full throttle! – [Eric] Okay, everything’s okay, Cody. – [Dad] Okay, comin’ to bring,
drop off all the people! Here he comes. (Dad imitating electric slide whistle) (boy giggling) Hey, is that your ear? – No. – [Dad] No, that’s not your ear? Is that your nose? – Yes. – [Dad] Is that your eye? – Yes. – [Dad] Is that your mouth? – Yes. – [Dad] Uh, is that your foot? – What’s that? – [Dad] Your foot? – No, this is my ear! – [Dad] Is that your ear? Hey guys, let’s play a
trick on Eric and Cody, and let’s see how long it
takes them to find that. And then I’m gonna put this one right here. Okay, let’s call ’em in. Eric, Cody! – [Boy] What? – [Dad] Quick, come in! – [Boy] Downstairs? – [Dad] Yeah. – Hey guys, and look! Look, look, look at this two! (train whistle tooting) – [Boys] Trainlab! (Dad laughing)
– Yes, I want this one. – I get this one.
– I get this one. – [Dad] What is it? What is it? – [Eric] It’s a crane! – [Dad] Is it the, – Should we open it?
– The crane and the ship? (Eric exclaims excitedly) Which one did you get? – [Eric] Look we get another one rock and another dump truck! – [Dad] Wowza. This is the BRIO stuff,
we love the BRIO stuff! Isn’t it, isn’t that so cool, look at that. – [Eric] Look, look, it actually, comes with two dump trucks. – [Dad] Whoa. – Now we got,
– Let’s open ’em. Does yours come out? Oh yours comes out, you got it. – [Cody] I’m gonna, Where’s the other stuff? – [Dad] Where is the other stuff? Is it inside of it? Maybe it’s in here? Where’s the crane? – [Eric] I don’t think
it came with a crane. – [Dad] Doesn’t it come with a crane? – It comes with a,
– It says, oh, hey, look. It’s a hidden bottom,
there’s something else in it! – Here!
– Oh, it’s in the very, very bottom! That was tricky, wasn’t it? Whoa, this is so cool, wow, that’s got a lot of pieces to it. Look at that. – Huh.
– But I want, – [Cody] I can open this. – [Dad] It has all those pieces? Oh, and it has a road. We’ve been wanting a road
for a long time, haven’t we? – [Boys] Yeah! – [Dad] Yeah! – This comes with a, – [Dad] What is that? – Car crossing.
– Cool. Okay, there you go. – Guys, isn’t this awesome? – [Dad] It is so awesome. – [Eric] And, these. – [Dad] Whoa, you got two trucks? – [Eric] And look. – [Dad] (whistles) And, I think we have one of those, don’t we? – [Cody] No we don’t,
this is a different one. – [Dad] Oh, okay. – [Eric] Let’s put some
BRIO roads somewhere. – [Dad] I think we need a road over here where we have the car parking lot, let’s do that. Ooh, that’s looking pretty cool. Hm, so you got a car wash goin’ on? – [Cody] Yippee! – [Dad] Did you get the crossing? Oh, look at that! It’s, the crossing’s ready to go! – [Eric] Yeah, new crossing! – [Dad] That’s super sweet! Look at that, all these trucks.
– And look, and look! The new ferry is ready to go, too! – Oh, fantastic!
– Honk, honk. – [Dad] Honk, honk! – The new crane!
– Sail away! (dad whistling) – [Eric] No, it’s bringing
in, not coming out! – [Dad] Oh, okay, here it comes. Come on in, come to dock. Meanwhile, over here at the car park, all the trucks are busy building. (dad imitates dinging bell) – [Eric] And this is
the constructing crane! (dad imitates forklift engine running) – [Dad] It’s all picking up! Look at that, it’s picking it up. Loading a big, huge rock. – [Eric] Yeah, because it’s meant for the, because I’m a construction crane, anyway. – [Dad] Ooh, gantry looks
like it’s coming in, too, ready to pick up the big load! – Yeah.
– Are you ready, gantry? – Let’s load it up.
– And pack it up, getting ready for shipment. Here it is, it’s ready for shipment. – [Eric] Now it’s shipping, now it’s getting shipped to
big, big, this is actually, (dad beeping) – [Dad] It’s ready for the truck. – [Eric] But I can’t. – [Dad] Oh no, it doesn’t
fit on that truck! – [Eric] This is actually
for the building over construction here.
– Oh, maybe we need to take the forklift over there to get it and then put it in the truck. – Yeah.
(dad imitates forklift engine) – [Eric] Pick it up! – [Cody] Looks like. (dad imitates forklift engine) (Eric imitates forklift engine) – [Eric] This is a big
construction zone, right? – [Dad] Mm hmm, here
comes the blue dump truck! He’s busy, too!
– He’s busy. – [Dad] He was takin’ a break, buyin’ his wife a present
at the mall, I’m guessing. – No, parking.
– Or getting his truck washed. Doesn’t that say a truck wash over there? – [Eric] He– – [Dad] Oh, everybody’s
going to the mall for, – [Eric] No, this is not– – [Dad] For hotdogs and hamburgers. – [Eric] This is not the mall! – [Dad] Ben & Jerry’s ice cream? – [Eric] This is not a mall! – [Dad] Oh, okay, what is it? – [Cody] I go to work. – [Dad] Service! Oh, you can get gas here? And, whoa, nice! Parking in a garage to
get it all fixed up. Meanwhile, over at the docks, here we are, how’s the shippin’ goin’
over here, Dockmaster? – [Eric] Oh, we’re off
to get the next one! – [Dad] Oh, okay. Can you get one of those
diesel engines for me? – Yep.
– We’ve got a diesel down over here. (dad imitating diesel
train engine running) – [Cody] So why you got
that train on there? – [Dad] Hey Diesel 10,
do you need an extra new diesel engine? “Yes, I need a new diesel engine.” – [Eric] Where is it? – [Dad] Meanwhile, here
comes the other truck, getting ready for the diesel,
the new diesel engine. – [Eric] That’s the red truck! – [Dad] The red truck. Doot, doot, open the gates! (imitating engine
running) Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep.
– It’s not ready yet. – Woo! Woo woo woo! – [Eric] It’s getting,
it’s ready for shipment! – [Dad] All right! Fantastic! – [Eric] But no, it has
to be shipped like this. – [Dad] Oh, I see, so shipped
without the container? – Mm hmm.
– Oh, okay, well it’s a diesel engine, it’ll be all right. Okay, thank you! Oh, wait, I need to go
through the car wash. (dad imitating train engine running) – [Cody] Drop that off first! Drop the diesel engine off first! – [Dad] Where are we gonna
drop the diesel engine off? – [Eric] Back to here. – [Dad] Diesel 10 is overlooking
his new diesel engine! (whistles) “I love that new diesel engine, “it’s pretty! “Wow, look at that! “Oh, oh, oh I’m so excited
to get a new diesel engine! “Ah! “Then I’ll be super-fast.” Meanwhile, over at the car wash, the red truck goes through the car wash. Here he is, oh, where did he go? (Cody giggling) Come back! Let’s go through the car wash. – [Eric] He can’t get through the machine, he can’t get through the, – [Dad] Maybe the yellow truck will go. (dad imitating a car wash whirring) – [Eric] They’re too big! – [Dad] Oh, no, I am too big
(imitating engine running)! – [Eric] They’re all too big! – [Dad] “Quick, get a big tow
truck to get me outta here, “I’m stuck! “Quick, I need a tow truck! “Who’s got a tow truck? “Hm, we don’t have a tow truck.” Whoa, it’s too bad. Oh, phew. We got it outta there. Well, do you need some gas? Maybe the yellow one needs some gas. Here you go. Come get some gas. – [Eric] I need some gas. Cody needs some gas, too. – [Dad] Oh, yours is an electric one. Here, let’s plug it in and
give you some electric. (dad beeping)
(dad whirring) All full! – [Eric] And now the red truck is coming to deliver Diesel 10. – [Dad] Oh, Diesel 10 is so excited. “Hooray, yahoo!” – [Eric] Actually, Diesel
10 has to drive onto here. – [Dad] (gasps) Diesel
10 has to drive on there to go into the service bay? – [Eric] Yeah. – [Dad] Oh, okay, Diesel 10 can do that. C’mon Diesel 10! (dad beeping) – [Eric] Come and get it! – [Dad] Okay, here we go! He goes in! Ah (trilling lips). (kids giggling) (dad imitating various
pieces of machinery) (dad imitating diesel engine running) Oh, he’s got a big ol’ diesel thing. “I’m mighty Diesel 10!” Woo, woo! “I have a new engine! “Vroom, vroom, I’m naughty! “I’m double-naughty
now with a new engine!” – [Eric] Have a good trip, shipping. – [Dad] Bon voyage, doot! Doot doot! (dad whistling “Auld Lang Syne”) See you later! – [Eric] He needs to get one more first. – [Dad] Okay, ETA here very shortly. – [Eric] This one is actually ABD. – Hmm.
– ABD. ABD (laughing). – [Dad] There we go, it’s all loaded up! – [Eric] See! (dad honking) – [Dad] Thanks for watching! – [Eric] Thanks for watching. And don’t forget to escribe! (dad laughing) – [Dad] Is that a flying ship? Oh my goodness, it’s a flying ship, I did not realize it flies! And what are you gonna say? Wow. Flying ships galore, wowza! (dad laughing) Woah, pssh (imitates car crashing). Okay, let’s see if he’ll stop again. Oh, he did!
– Whoa! (train tooting)
– Trainlab! – [Dad] Hey guys, I’ve been
wanting this (gong bangs), I mean, excuse me (clears throat), Eric and Cody have been
wanting this (bell dings) for a long time. And it’s cool, it’s the
BRIO World Smart Engine Set with Action Tunnels, so I’m gonna put it in here on the table and see if they can find it. Let’s put it right here, and see what they say. Eric, Cody! Eric, Cody! How did you find it that fast? – What, what, a BRIO! It’s BRIO, it’s BRIO, it’s BRIO! You tricked us. – [Dad] It’s more BRIO! – Yahoo!
– Yahoo! – Let’s open it! – [Dad] What is it? Show us what it is first. It’s the Smart Engine
Set with Action Tunnels. Like these tunnels there, and they’ll make noise and sound. – [Eric] Yep! – [Dad] Let’s see what it is. – [Eric] What? – [Dad] Looks like an overpass, and, – [Eric] It’s the train! – [Dad] Woo, hey, that’s a nice train. – [Cody] Ooh, look at this. – [Dad] That looks like another tunnel. – It is.
– And another tunnel. – And that’s the passenger. – [Dad] And then the passenger part. Whoa. – [Eric] Here’s a BRIO guy and a bumper. – [Dad] Huh. And another guide to how
to spend daddy’s wallet. (cash register dings)
More track. We can always use more track, huh? – [Eric] Yeah. – [Dad] Looks like a switch, and, – That’s it!
– Curves. All right! Hey, let’s put ’em together. Okay, let’s put this right here, connect it right there, and connect it right there, and now, we have pedestrian overpass. Sweet! Does it need some batteries? – [Eric] Yeah. – [Dad] Okay, let’s get some batteries. – [Eric] Yeah. – [Dad] So it looks like, that these little tunnels you can do stop, – And this has the–
– Sound the horn. And what do you think that one is, Cody? – [Cody] I don’t know. – [Dad] It’s probably make a U-turn! Go backwards! – [Cody] Well does it has a stop. – [Dad] Yeah. That’s kinda cool. Eric’s over here putting the batteries in. What are you doing, Cody? Pedestrians crossing over the cross? – Mm hmm.
– Sweet! And do you think that little
signal’s gonna stop the train? – Mm hmm.
– (gasps) Where’s the train, we need the train! – [Cody] I’ll get it
where it’s set to green. – [Dad] Okay, let’s put the passenger on, is the passenger gonna jump in? Oh, maybe you can collect
him at the pedestrian. Hit the stop button! Stop! Stop! Let’s see if it’ll stop. Oh, it did! (victory trumpets blaring)
It stopped. – That’s cool.
(dad laughs) – [Dad] Ha ha ha, that is cool. – [Eric] Let’s see if
the stop sign stops it. – [Dad] Yeah, whoa, that’s super cool. Oh, and it went! Okay, here, that’s the stop. See if you can put the tunnel on there and make it stop. – Stop!
– Is it gonna stop? Is it gonna stop?
– Think it’s gonna stop? – Oh, it did!
(victory trumpets blaring) Whoa, that was super cool! – Let’s see if the U-turn makes it U-turn. – [Dad] And that’s the, did it make a U-turn? (train blowing horn) (train bell dinging)
It did, didn’t it! (victory trumpets blaring) – [Dad] Look at that, it went backwards! – Yeah.
– Whoa, that’s cool. – Let’s see if it–
– And this one is the horn. – Let’s see if it–
– Let’s see if it will do the horn. (train horn honks) (train whistle blows)
(victory trumpets blaring) – It did!
– It did the horn. That is like the coolest train ever, isn’t it? Man.
– I need the green one. – [Dad] Okay. – [Eric] Cappie’s gonna U-turn! – [Dad] You think it will go backwards? – [Eric] Yep. – [Dad] Is it supposed to go backwards? There it is, it did go backwards! – This is like the
coolest train ever, Dad! – [Dad] That is so cool! My goodness, those BRIO guys, they’re like awesome. They are so clever, huh? When we grow up, we
could be a BRIO designer, – Yeah!
– Isn’t that so fun? – Yeah!
– Whoa, here it comes! Oh, how ’bout put the horn right here? – Horn?
– And then you could stop him at the pedestrian over, put the horn right here. And stop! Put the horn on there! Quick stop, there you go. – [Boys] Ha ha! – [Dad] Aha, it stopped (laughing). – This is one of the coolest trains ever.
– Man! Now that is super fun! Whoa! – [Eric] The train is now departing! ♪ Start with this one ♪ – [Eric] (speaking away
from microphone) That dude. ♪ Baby ♪ – [Eric] Oh no, I got stopped! ♪ Start with this one ♪ ♪ Impressive ♪ – [Dad] Here he comes! ♪ You were my ♪ – [Dad] He’s gonna go through the tunnel, let’s see if he’s gonna hit the horn. ♪ Impressive ♪ – [Dad] As he comes out
of the tunnel, oh oh. (upbeat disco music) He did, he hit the horn (laughing). ♪ Impressive ♪ There he goes, a U-turn. – Ding, ding, ding.
– Ding, ding, ding, ding. – [Cody] Here comes (speaking
away from microphone). – [Eric] Here comes his, to stop his (speaking
away from microphone). – I’m stuck.
– Uh oh. Oh no, he lost his carriage! – [Boy] Oh no, he lost it! – [Dad] Is he gonna make a U-turn and go back and get it? – [All] Yes! (dad laughing) – [Dad] Go back and get your carriage! ♪ You are my dancing yeah ♪
– Nice! ♪ Impressive ♪
– Is he gonna stop and pick up the passengers? – [Cody] Yeah!
(record scratches) (train horn honks) – [Dad] Oh no, he didn’t stop, and it says, it’s red! (sad video game sound effect) Naughty train! – [Eric] Yeah. – [Dad] Maybe we didn’t have
it all the way set on stop. Where’s the train? Whoa, ssh (imitates metal crashing). ‘Kay, let’s see if he’ll stop again. Oh, he did!
– Yeah! – [Dad] Yay. Okay, pick up the passenger! – [Eric] This is the coolest train ever! Let’s see if he’ll go. – Oh!
(victory trumpets blaring) – [Dad] He went on! Wow. – [Eric] I closed it to stop. – [Dad] All right guys,
that was super cool, wasn’t it? – [Both Boys] Yes! – Thank you for watching! – Two thumbs up. – [Dad] Two thumbs up? Two thumbs up! – Two thumbs up! – [Dad] Two thumbs up! – Two thumbs up! – [Dad] Wow that was super cool, we’re gonna have to get
some more smart trains, huh? – Three thumbs up! – [Dad] Whoa, you have
three thumbs (laughing)? – [Cody] Uh huh! (train whistle toots)
– Trainlab!

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