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"The Dispatcher wants everyone to be quiet, Owan!"
"Ohhh! Quiet! Well, that seems great! Great! Yessireebob! Nothing like a little peace and quiet!
"
— A conversation between Owan and Theodore
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All Quiet in the Big Harbour
Director(s)

Robert D. Cardona

Producer(s)

Andrew Cochran

Writer(s)

Jeff Rosen
Andrew Cochran

Narrator

The Harbour Master
(Denny Doherty)

Previous episode

Foduck and the
Rainbow

Next episode

Theodore to the
Rescue

All Quiet in the Big Harbour is the first episode of the third season.

Plot

The tugs are trying their best to follow The Dispatcher's order to be quiet, but Hank is having a hard time. George even sends him home from a job for being too noisy. So when he hears Lilly, The Lighthouse blow her foghorn, Hank tells her to stop. But without the warning, Owan nearly runs into the island. Hank sees Owan and knows he has to do something, even if it means getting in trouble for making too much noise. He blows his whistle as loud as he can and yells 'stop'! Owan is saved, but Hank is sure that The Dispatcher will be angry. He is surprised when The Dispatcher admits to losing his temper and acknowledges that his order to be quiet went too far.

Characters

Trivia

  • Hank gets a V shaped smiling mouth from this episode onwards.
  • The episode was credited as "All Quiet In The Big Harbor" on it's PBS kids run.

Goofs

  • It is said that The Dispatcher was sleeping but in one shot, he was already awake.
  • When Theodore, Hank, and George are saying goodnight to Owan, Emily and Foduck's horns can be heard too. But they are no where in sight!

Video Release

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