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Trucks are all around us. From dump trucks to construction vehicles, you likely see one virtually every day. This series, a mixture of live action and animation, brings the commonly seen vehicles to life as they traverse through real-world settings. Dump truck Tork, digger Dug, front-end loader Sparky, semi Stotz and scooper Blinker take on big jobs in each episode, including crushing cars, tearing down buildings and digging foundations. The trucks learn lessons as they work together and overcome obstacles to get the jobs done. Celebrity parents Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard lend their voices to various characters in several episodes. Bell says that the preschool show "is all about that larger-than-life sensibility" that goes along with kids' fascination with trucks because they are larger than life.

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Blinker is keen on taking a look from the ridge line but needs permission to go.
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Tork's vision starts to go bad.
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Blinker's need for speed puts everyone's safety at risk.
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Blinker's need for speed puts everyone's safety at risk, including her own.
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Tork tries to show the trucks how to work hard by leading by example but ends up overdoing things; Blinker is left in charge of home base.
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Trucks learn lessons as they work together and overcome obstacles to get jobs done.
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Blinker's twin sister, Zippy, shows up at home base.
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When Dug is warned not to go up steep hills, he's afraid to go up a hill to complete a job.
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Sparky takes her competitiveness to a new level, but realizes her attitude might be pushing her friends away.
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Blinker might be left out of fun due to her size.
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Dug has a hard time letting go of old things, and almost derails a job in the process.
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Tired of Dug getting dirt all over his trailer, Stotz decides to leave him behind; the creation of a new path in the quarry is delayed when Blinker refuses to try doing a new job.
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Dug almost wrecks a calendar shoot when he doesn't honor his commitment to the team to stay clean.
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Dug and Sparky's constant bickering causes problems on a job; Blinker's go-go-go comes to a stop when she neglects to fuel up before a big job.
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Stotz is keen to help out in any way he can, but his skittishness about getting dinged and dirty leads him to bow out at the last second.
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Being so confident in her abilities, Blinker turns every action into a game.
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The trucks are enlisted to make a baseball dugout.
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A dirt bike course gets churned into a mess.
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While Tork is in the garage for repairs, Sparky realizes being team leader isn't as easy as she thought.
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A new truck named Trencher shows up to help on a big job.
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The Terrific Trucks have had enough of Sparky's messy ways.

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