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In "The Sad Story of Henry", The Fat Controller tells the passengers that his doctor had forbidden him to pull and push the Henry out of the tunnel. In "Edward, Gordon, and Henry", Gordon breaks down in front of the tunnel where Henry is walled up.
Also, there's The Fat Controller leaning out of the window to wave at Edward and Henry, but the train was too fast that his top hat blew into the fields that a goat came to eat it, much to The Fat Controller's dismay. In "Thomas and the Breakdown Train", there's Thomas' expression as he watches James being lifted by the breakdown cranes.
In "The Flying Kipper", there's the dialogue between the driver, fireman, and conductor inside the brakevan. Toby and the Stout Gentleman: Bridget mistaking Toby for an electric tram is good for a laugh. Thomas In Trouble: Thomas telling the Policeman that he doesn't catch cows when the policeman asks where his Cowcatcher is.
From the same episode, yelling "Oi, You!" at Toby, when Toby rings his bell at him and frightens him.
Off The Rails is particularly amusing, as Gordon is being more pompous than usual, thinking how large and splendid he is. In "Percy Takes the Plunge", there's the scene where Thomas reminds Percy of the time went past danger and fell down a mine. Another unintentionally funny part is of course the reaction when a similar accident happens of Duck crashing into a barber's shop in "A Close Shave". This is most certainly intentional in the original novel, where after the crash, the barber's customer is startled and attempts to turn to see what's happened, the barber merely re positions him and continues his work, only stopping after Duck interjects to sternly lecture him. This is especially funny because before, Thomas had crashed into the stationmaster's kitchen and demolished a good part of his house's frame.
Just to reiterate, she was more upset about having to make another breakfast than about an engine suddenly being INSIDE THEIR HOUSE.
The stationmaster himself, who's described as furious at Thomas for wrecking their home, but the expression on him is more of depression than fury; given there's a freaking engine inside his house, he SHOULD have looked furious. In "Woolly Bear", a crate of treacle looks like it's about to slip right out of the chains it's being held up with and fall onto Percy. In "Thomas, Percy, and the Dragon", Percy, who has to stay in a siding until the jammed points were repaired, has a speechless reaction after his crew tells him that they are going home for tea.
There's the Fat Controller reprimanding Duncan for his rough travelling at the end of "Home at Last". While the other narrators just make a screaming noise when the elephant squirts Henry, George Carlin makes an actual elephant noise. Cranky Bugs Cranky gets knocked over due to a ship crashing into the engine shed and the roof pushing Cranky down. Horrid Lorry The episode about a group of rude lorries who take over the engines' work sees one of the lorries lose control and fall into a gorge. Many moments with the trucks, but specifically in the episode "James and the trouble with trees". Gordon's reaction when Percy informs him that he's temporarily in charge for today in "The Green Controller". One mangled recollection of the Fat Controller's orders leads to James getting painted like a bee. In the ending of "The Thomas Way", Duck discussed with Thomas that there are three ways of doing things - The Great Western Way, the wrong way, and The Thomas Way, yet The Great Western Way is usually the best.

In "Splish, Splash, Splosh!", Thomas splashes through a puddle, sending water on top of the Fat Controller and Alicia Botti. In "Not So Slow Coaches", Annie and Clarabel are accidentally coupled to Caitlin's train, causing them to panic when Caitlin accelerates down the Main Line. Diesel breaks down and becomes stranded on the line while trying to hide from Paxton, who catches up with him. Edward's confused "what just happened?" expression as Flynn pulls up beside him and sprays water all over him, in "Fiery Flynn". Gordon: *laughing, eyeing the fish on his buffer beam* It looks like he's brought a present for the Fat Controller!
During the seasons animated by Arc, you can't help but feel Thomas' face is a constant Crowning Moment of Funny, what with all the eye rolls and mischievous looks he gives. James supplies well in this area as well, Arc does great conveying what a smarmy bastard he is.
The ending to "Old Reliable Edward" has quite possibly the cleverest usage of Gordon's infamous catchphrase of all time. In "Duck in the Water", we're briefly treated to a scene with some ducks swimming across the flooded track right in front of Duck, who is waiting to be pulled out. When the Fat Controller first enlists James (who was pretty much begging he wasn't going to pick him), the engine makes every possible excuse not to fetch Duck, even getting snarky with his boss. The revelation James stole Duck's idea, all played through facial expressions between the Fat Controller and James, is priceless. This is probably more worthy of a facepalm, but in "Missing Gator", Percy gives us the absolute most brainless rhyme in all of the show. Paxton interrupts a conversation that the Narrow Gauge engines are having to tell them he's covered in rubble and he needs help at the beginning of Blue Mountain Mystery. Marion being a Motor Mouth is quite funny, especially when she says "And chickens!" when talking about big animals.
Gets even funnier when Cranky denies thinking he was a monster, only for Thomas to clear his throat and give him a look. The quick jab at Season 15's Up, Up, and Away!, especially because Thomas pulled that response out of nowhere.
A horrified Thomas, Annie and Clarabel thinking that James is getting scrapped, when really he's just going to collect scrap.
Emily's Ironic Echo of a teasing remark James made towards Percy, as James is forced to pull the Flying Kipper that night. Right after the red engine runs away, Gator groans that he scared another engine away, as his driver walks over and turns his lamp on much too late. Sir Topham Hatt of all people using one of the engines' catchphrases when he finds Percy disappeared during the presentation of the fossil. Sir Topham Hatt has many silly moments, such as tripping over a stray steel bar, holding his telephone the wrong way to his face, and sheepishly claiming his doctor has forbidden him to pull or push.
When Thomas is being repainted, the painters open a jar of pink paint much to his horror, but is quickly relieved when it turns out that the pink paint is just an undercoat as they quickly paint his iconic blue over it. While it remains a rather tense scene, Marion and the Pack members tossing the lit dynamite around until they end up throwing it back into Ryan's trucks can get some laughs. As the climactic chase scene begins, Annie and Clarabel see Henry running past the sheds shouting about a ghost ship, followed by Sailor John and Skiff with the treasure. Ryan's involvement in the climax is actually hilarious because he quite literally in the wrong place at the wrong time, and spends almost the entire time screaming and running away.

Since Gordon has been taunting Henry about his predicament for months, Henry -and the audience- both enjoy a good laugh at Gordon's expense. He gets his revenge on the return journey by "sneezing" all over them, covering them in ash. The barber is annoyed because he frightened the customers and decides to get back at the engine by covering half his face in shaving cream. Instead of the usual "No one was hurt" narration, we see the driver recovering by the accident, cross-eyed and with a cartoonish lump on his head along with a bird tweeting sound effect, complaining about the road conditions. Even funnier that Percy gives this order with utter sternness while James looks completely mortified.
When Alicia Botti is about to board she spots a mouse inside Clarabel, she screams so loud and long that windows break all over the island! As it comes down on them, the Fat Controller tries, in vain, to shield Alicia with his top hat. Diesel explains that he was trying to hide from Paxton as part of the prank he's been playing on him all day. Made even funnier due to the Fat Controller's deadpan treatment, as if he's had this argument with James a million times before. Just look at what the Fat Controller's doing there—he actually thinks it's his award for a few seconds. Samson alone is a Walking Moment of Funny, but the other engine's reactions to him obliviously dragging the Express along are classic. Seriously, it flips between Awesome, Heartwarming, Tear Jerker, and Funny incredibly rapidly. Two that particularly stand out are the scenes where she first meets the Arlesdale engines and the scene where she traps Mike on top of the chute.
Particularly the beginning, where Thomas looks absolutely bewildered by the fact that three engines just started singing in front of him out of nowhere.
Even when he gets (literally) roped into helping, his first instinct is still to scream and panic.
Perkins answers the phone, he stumbles on the words "engine driver's common room" coinciding on what he's dressed as.
Despite the seriousness of the situation, it was poetic to see Cranky being brought down a peg due to him being a Jerkass to Thomas and Percy. After he eventually changes his mind, he manages to slyly convince a groggy Henry he just dreamed the whole thing. Cue Gilligan Cut of James storming off to find Percy with a very smug looking Thomas following. We go from "engine driver's cowboy room" to "engine driver magic room" and finally, to "engine driver's custard pie room". When we see the smoke clear, the wall they were meant to knock down first is still standing before slowly collapsing.
However when the Fat Controller comes to query the whole thing, Thomas and Gordon point out James really did agree to Henry's bargain (complete with hilarious "busted" smirks).

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