Choose Your Attitude is an episode of the Treehouse TV version of Shining Time Station. It is the second episode of the fourth Season that aired on November 18, 1997.


  • It all happens with Meilin and her sister Chelsea playing together. To Stacy, Harry and Billy's surprise, the cast of 100 Deeds For Eddie McDowd appear. They explain that they will help. However, Schemer and Schemee team up with Nasty Jack to take down the plans, but they are thrown out. After that, Justin thanks Meilin and Chelsea.


From Shining Time Station

  1. Mr. Conductor 1 (George Carlin)
  2. Stacy Jones (Didi Conn)
  3. Harry Cupper (Leonard Jackson)
  4. Billy Twofeathers (Tom Jackson)
  5. Horace Schemer (Brian O'Conner)
  6. Schemee (Jonathan Shapiro)

From Cardcaptors

  1. Meilin Rae (Nicole Oliver)
  2. Chelsea Mihara (Jocelyne Loewen)

From The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh

  1. Nasty Jack (Jim Cummings)

From 100 Deeds For Eddie McDowd

  1. Justin Taylor (Nancy Cartwright)
  2. Gwen Taylor (Stephanie Morgenstern)
  3. Lisa Taylor (Kathleen Barr)
  4. Doug Taylor (Jeff Bennett)
  5. Eddie McDowd (Danny Cooksey)

Thomas Stories

  1. Rusty To The Rescue
  2. Thomas and Stepney

Special Song

  1. You Got Me (from The Hippos)

Jukebox Band

  1. Attitudes, Attitudes


  • Meilin Rae and Chelsea Mihara make their first appearance.
  • It is revealed that they both love their opaque white pantyhose.
  • The Taylor Family debut too.
  • Nasty Jack is the first 100 Acre Wood villain to appear.
  • It is also revealed that Justin and Eddie are friendly.


  • (The episode begins with Meilin and Chelsea playing This Little Piggy)
  • Meilin: I'll start first. This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy ate roast beef, this little piggy had none and this little piggy went wee wee wee all the way home.
  • Chelsea: My turn. This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy ate roast beef, this little piggy had none and this little piggy went wee wee wee all the way home.
  • Meilin: Yes!
  • Chelsea: We did it!
  • (They both high 5 each other)
  • Stacy: Wow, I've never seen Meilin and Chelsea play together.
  • Harry: Me too.
  • Billy: There's the cast of Eddie McDowd.
  • The Taylor Family: Hey guys.
  • (Mr. Conductor 1 appears)
  • Mr. Conductor 1: It's been a long time, Taylors.
  • Meilin: Mr. Conductor 1, we're so glad to see you.
  • Chelsea: We were just playing.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: You sure look pretty in your white pantyhose.
  • Stacy: That's awesome.
  • Harry: Do you know about Rusty?
  • Billy: Did he save someone from Scrap?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Sure. He saved Stepney from pure scrap. Let me explain.
  • (Mr. Conductor 1 blows his whistle and Rusty To The Rescue starts)
  • Mr. Conductor 1: In springtime, Rusty loves to visit a faraway place. It's filled with bluebells. The air smells sweet and Rusty thinks there's no better place than be. One day, Thomas was passing by just as Rusty was having a drink.
  • Thomas: Peep Peep! Good morning. Your driver looks a little worried. I wonder why.
  • Rusty: I don't know.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Rusty.
  • Rusty: But I soon will. Excuse me.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Rusty.
  • Rusty: But there's something wrong?
  • Rusty's Driver: Yes indeed.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Replied the driver.
  • Rusty's Driver: They need another engine to help us run the special line.
  • Rusty: A bluebell engine.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Laughed Rusty.
  • Rusty: Maybe I can find one.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Later, Rusty saw Douglas and Percy. Rusty had an idea.
  • Rusty: Can you help me find another engine?
  • Douglas: Where?
  • Rusty: Where'd you found Oliver?
  • Douglas: You mean on the Other Railway?
  • Rusty: Yes. I'm looking for a bluebell engine.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: And Rusty explained everything.
  • Douglas: I like to help. But these days it's only Diesels that go there.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Then Rusty decided.
  • Rusty: So that's were I go.
  • Douglas: Take care.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Rusty told the driver all about the plan and that night he came to the shed.
  • Rusty's Driver: The manager says he'll make a home for a bluebell engine if you find one.
  • Rusty: Right.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Rusty.
  • Rusty: We'll find one tomorrow.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: It took them all the next day to travel to the Other Railway. Darkness fell and the cold wind blew.
  • Rusty: Ooh. What's that?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: But it was only the sounds of a lonely scrapyard. Diesel silent and still lined up guard.
  • Diesels: Who are you?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Rusty plucked up courage.
  • Rusty: I'm a shed and sidings inspection diesel. Have you any engines in the shed?
  • Diesels: No! None!
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Rusty rally began.
  • Rusty: Then what about the sidings?
  • Diesels: One. We have one.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Rusty grew braver still.
  • Rusty: Then I'll just go and inspect.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: A small engine with a tall funnel stood sad and alone in a shadowy siding. His driver was huddled in the cab, keeping it company.
  • Rusty: Excuse me.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Rusty.
  • Rusty: Do you like bluebells?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: The engine looks dawdled.
  • Stepney: Yes, bluebells are beautiful.
  • Rusty: Then you're soon going to see lots of them because I'm getting you out of here.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Everyone worked fast. It was difficult to set the fire, but soon it was glowing hot and Stepney had a good head of steam. Rusty's engineer agreed to be Stepney's fireman. So off they set, past the bleak and bluey lines of diesels.
  • Diesels: Where is he going?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: They hissed.
  • Rusty: Just down the line.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Replied Rusty, and they chuffered quickly away.
  • Rusty: We've done it.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Whispered Rusty.
  • Rusty: We're over the board and back on the railway. Mission accomplished.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: When Rusty and the engine arrived in the valley, a big welcome awaited him.
  • Manager: We shall mend you and give you your new coat of paint.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said the manager. His driver was delighted.
  • Stepney's Driver: You lucky old engine. You've been saved by the bluebell railway.
  • Stepney: And my friend Rusty. I wouldn't be here if it weren't for Rusty.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Now the little engine is has happy as can be and helps the passengers and visit at bluebell time. His name is Stepney but everyone calls him the bluebell engine.
  • (Rusty To The Rescue ends)
  • Mr. Conductor 1: So that's the reason why Rusty saved Stepney.
  • Meilin: That's more cute.
  • Chelsea: You'd be leaving right?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Right.
  • (Mr. Conductor 1 disappears)
  • Justin: I'll help you with your jobs.
  • Meilin and Chelsea: Okay!
  • (Inside the Jukebox)
  • Tito: That's a good attitude.
  • Didi: Great.
  • Tex: Ready to perform Attitudes, Attitudes?
  • Rex: Ready.
  • Grace: Let's hit it, guys.
  • (The Jukebox Band perform Attitudes, Attitudes)
  • (Back with Schemer and the others)
  • Schemer: One kind of attitude.
  • Schemee: Yeah.
  • Nasty Jack: Ah can remember mah time.
  • (We find Mr. Conductor 1 with Lisa and Doug)
  • Lisa: I can't wait for The Hippos to sing You Got Me.
  • Doug: It'll be exciting.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: You got it. I'll take you to the Anything Tunnel for The Hippos.
  • (We zoom to the Anything Tunnel and You Got Me starts)
  • The Hippos: You get me going like a wind up toy So pay attention to a broken boy You got me going Well I cannot stop it and if you keep me going Gonna see me pop I'm in love with what you do The way that I'm attached with you Self fulfilled and to a smile The list could go for miles (All the perfect things you do) I know what you're thinking when you cry (When you cry) I know what you're thinking when you smile (When you smile) I know that you're just a little child I know you know (All the perfect things you do) You've got me going like a grade school crush My head is spinning and my face is flushed You've got me going like a fast paced heart And if you keep me going, gonna fall apart I could write a thousand words Useless nouns and needless verbs I could shout a million times Until the neighbors hear my cries (All the perfect things you do) I know what you're thinking when you cry (When you cry) I know what you're thinking when you smile (When you smile) I know that you're just a little child I know you know (All the perfect things you do) You make me melt I know what you're thinking when you cry (When you cry) I know what you're thinking when you smile (When you smile) I know that you're just a little child I know you know All the perfect things you do.
  • (You Got Me ends)
  • Mr. Conductor 1: So you see, it's the Hippos that done this.
  • Meilin: We love to hear that.
  • Chelsea: That's more like it.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Why yes.
  • Justin: I was happy to hear about my theme song.
  • Eddie: Can you remember Thomas?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Oh yes. He befriended Stepney after he got saved from scrap. Let me explain.
  • (Mr. Conductor 1 blows his whistle and Thomas and Stepney starts)
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Thomas the Tank Engine was feeling very happy. His blue coat shone in the sun, he was right on time, and all around his branch line the countryside seems prettier than ever before.
  • Thomas: Peep peep! Good morning, Percy.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: He whistled.
  • Thomas: My branch is the pride of the line. Wouldn't you agree?
  • Percy: Uh, yes, Thomas, of course, but, uh...
  • Thomas: But what, Percy? Out with it.
  • Percy: Well there is another engine with the famous branch line too.
  • Thomas: Who? Where?
  • Percy: His name's Stepney. He's far away, but Sir Topham Hatt says he may visit us.
  • Thomas: When?
  • Percy: Oh, someday.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: And Percy hurried away. Meanwhile Stepney puffed steadily along his line. It isn't very long, and that made him feel a little sad. Later he saw Rusty, the little diesel had saved Stepney from scrap.
  • Stepney: Everyone's been so kind, but my railway was so sure, that I do miss a good long run.
  • Rusty: I think you should tell driver too.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Replied Rusty.
  • Rusty: I'm sure he'll understand.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Stepney soon discovered that indeed he did.
  • Driver: You know, Stepney, I feel just the same way.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: That evening, he had exciting news.
  • Driver: Guess what, Stepney? Sir Topham Hatt has invited to the other engines on his own railway. Manager agreed. It'll be really long run to get there.
  • Stepney: Oh, thank you!
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Sighed Stepney. They set off next morning. But now, all the other engines were talking about Stepney.
  • Percy: He runs a famous branch line. Did you know that?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Percy. Thomas was feeling a little jealous.
  • Thomas: Huh! It may be famous but my branch is the first on the line. Everyone knows that too.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: And he huffed away to fetch his coaches.
  • Percy: Look!
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Squeaked Percy.
  • Percy: Why have they all come? There's no train yet.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: But Percy was wrong. The signal dropped, and from far away an engine's whistle.
  • Douglas: Here he comes!
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Yelled Douglas. Stepney puffed proudly through the junction.
  • Edward: I hope you'll meet Thomas too.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Edward.
  • Edward: You both have branch lines to be proud of.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Then Stepney set off to help Duck shunt coaches in the yards, and they worked happily together all afternoon. At last, Thomas arrived.
  • Thomas: Sorry, can't talk. It's time for my last branch line train. Mustn't be late.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: He was hardly out of sight when the engines heard shouting at the station. Moments later came the alarm.
  • Man: Stop all train!
  • Mr. Conductor 1: The signalman answered the telephone.
  • Signalman: A special, is it? I see.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Thomas was impatient.
  • Thomas: Why are we waiting? My passengers have been delayed.
  • Driver: Sorry, Thomas.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said his driver.
  • Driver: We're been shunted to allow another train to pass.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Soon they heard an unfamiliar puffing sound. There was Stepney with his headlamp swang and whistle blowing. He gathered speed and disappeared.
  • Thomas: Well bust my boiler!
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Thomas the Tank Engine. Next morning, he was still fuming.
  • Thomas: Shunted! And on my own branch too! It's a disgrace!
  • Stepney: I'm sorry.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Stepney.
  • Stepney: I was a special.
  • Thomas: Why?
  • Stepney: An important passenger arrived just as you left. He ordered a special train and Duck let me take it. We had a splendid run, but uh...
  • Thomas: But...
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Finished Thomas.
  • Thomas: It can make an engine nervous not to know the line.
  • Stepney: Excatly.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Said Stepney.
  • Stepney: You're such an expert.
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Thomas felt much better. He couldn't be cross anymore and began telling Stepney all about his branch line.
  • (Thomas and Stepney ends)
  • Mr. Conductor 1: So that's why Thomas had befriended Stepney.
  • Meilin: More cute than ever.
  • Chelsea: You'd be leaving right?
  • Mr. Conductor 1: Right.
  • (Mr. Conductor 1 disappears)
  • Justin: I'm glad everything's here to be normal.
  • Gwen: You're absolutely correct.
  • Stacy: So you remember your days.
  • Harry: I believe Justin and Gwen are siblings.
  • Billy: Indeed.
  • Meilin: See, they're in caring.
  • Chelsea: Oh boy.
  • (Mr. Conductor 1 reappears)
  • Mr. Conductor 1: You know what they say? It's a good attitude.
  • (Mr. Conductor 1 gives a thumbs up as the episode ends)
  • (End of Episode)

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