When there’s cement mix to be moved and Carrie’s feeling fired up, nothing can stop her – nothing except a flat battery that is!
When Diggs saves Carl from a nasty accident, the older machines decide it’s time he started hanging out with them. Even the chance to play with Carrie and Scooch can’t distract Diggs from his proud new position.
Scooch would like to find something he can do that Diggs can’t. But when he tries to max out his maximum load all he ends up with is a flat tire.
Diggs, Carrie and Scooch are tired of the old machines always telling them what to do. So when Bozer gives them a whole job to complete all on their own, at first they’re sure they can see it through.
Everybody’s reversing warning is clear and impressive – everyone’s except Scooch that is.
Carl is preoccupied because he is missing the site where he was made. When he almost drops a sewer pipe on Diggs, the other machines decide to try and cheer him up.
When the younger machines accidentally knock a load of oil drums into the dock they are too scared to own up to their mistake. They take Carl’s hook to try and retrieve them but things just get worse as the hook falls into the water as well.
When Scooch spills some salt grit, Diggs fills his head with the notion that it is ‘unlucky’, so when Bozer tells them they are working on top of a very high building, Scooch is terrified.
While Bozer is off-site, Diggs, only half-listening to Maxine, thinks she has told him it’s OK to do a job on his own. After all, he can dig and carry and dump so why shouldn’t he get all the credit!
It’s very cold today and Bozer reminds the machines to put in their anti-freeze. Trouble is, he’s so busy reminding everyone else that he forgets to put some in himself.
Scooch would like a bit more space in the idle house but Diggs and Carrie aren’t giving an inch. But when he is the first to take up residence in the new site building, it’s Scooch that ends up allocating space.
Carl and Lug have had a bit of a falling out and have even stopped talking to each other. Even though Bozer tells him it’s better to leave them to sort it out on their own, Diggs can’t stop himself trying to help them make up.
A new dump truck has come to the site – Skatch. He’s so exciting and so much fun that Diggs and Carrie seem to be ignoring their old pal, Scooch.
Diggs’ job doesn’t seem as much fun as Carrie’s and Scooch’s. Moving piles of stones from one place to another is just boring.
Carrie is a little jealous when the bigger machines get to landscape a new park so she decides to invent her own fork-lifting style.
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