- Train Station
- Mount Zubba Bubba
- Wuzzleburg Outskirts
- Picnic Area
There is an annual picnic being held at the top of Mount Zubba Bubba, so Wubbzy and Walden take the train to get there, but it breaks down. Widget fixes the train, but they can't stop it in time to
Wubbzy, Widget, and Walden are at the train station among a crowd waiting for the train that leads to Mount Zubba Bubba where the Wuzzleburg picnic, an event packed with fun activities, takes place. The train arrives and everyone at the station gets in. Widget, however, parts ways with Wubbzy and Walden, as she has to finish her work. Wubbzy and Walden say goodbye to Widget, and the train runs slowly out of the platform.
In the outskirts of town, the train breaks down. Wubbzy asks the engineer if he could help, but he says it needs special care, and leaves with a handcar to get the mechanic. Later, Widget arrives and is ready for the picnic. Wubbzy and Walden tell her about the broken down train, and she tries to fix it. After some time, she gets it working again and wants to proceed. Walden prefers to wait for the mechanic to return, but Wubbzy's afraid the picnic will be over. Widget wants to take over and she has Wubbzy be the whistle blower. With the three of them in the engine, the ride continues.
As the Wuzzleburg Express is running at high speed, the three realize they need to pick up passengers at the next station. Widget pulls a lever, but the train won't slow down and it whizzes past the station. Widget then tries pressing multiple buttons, all engaging various effects. These buttons make the train play a loud horn, pop its parts up and down, and open its engine's roof. Wubbzy looks out the sunroof, only to back down as the train goes through a tunnel. Walden finds the operator's manual and begins to read it, then the running train makes them fly all around the engine. The train passes the picnic grounds, and is too fast to drop off passengers.
While the train climbs a steep hill, Wubbzy uses his tail to remove the rivet connecting the engine to the carriages behind it. Resultingly, the passenger cars go down the steep hill and safely stop at the picnic grounds. Walden keeps reading the manual and Widget keeps pressing buttons, still trying to stop the train. Wubbzy sees the end of the tracks at the marshmallow forest. On the last page, Walden reads that pressing the 'When all else fails' button stops the train, annoying Wubbzy and Widget. When pressed, the engine opens a parachute and cushion on the front, and the wheels stop moving. It stops in time and Wubbzy is relieved.
The engine reverses back to the picnic, and the engineer comes back with the mechanic. Wubbzy tells what happened, and Widget apologizes for the train malfunctioning. The engineer laughs and says that she put the express back in the old Wuzzleburg Express. Everyone laughs.
Unfortunately for Wubbzy and his friends, they missed out on every event. All except for the ants performing their ants-in-your-pants dance, that is. They watch the ants carry off the doodleberry pie, and everyone cheers. Wubbzy picks up a slice of pie and is glad he and his friends made it in time for dessert.
Wubbzy:*Tooting train horn* All aboard!
Wubbzy: Can't you stop the train, Widget?
Widget: Oh sure, little buddy. No problemo. It must be one of these knobs. *Presses button* *Speaker plays trumpet music*
Wubbzy: I think you fixed this train engine too well, Widget.
Walden: Ah, the last page. "When all else fails, push the 'When all else fails' button."
Train engineer: *Laughs* I'll say this, Widget, you sure put the express back in the old Wuzzleburg Express.
The short, "No Laughing Contest", is played.
Name in other languages
- Spanish (Spain): El expreso de Wuzzleburgo ("The Express of Wuzzleburg")
- Turkish: Wuzzleburg Ekspresi
- Portuguese (Portugal): O expresso de Wuzzleburg
- The title card is read by Wubbzy as "Wuzzleburg Express".