Mr. Conductor's Big Sleepwalk is the twenty-second episode of the third season.


Mr. Conductor accidentally sneezes sleepy sand in his eyes and gets lost. Now he can't spread his sleepy sand to help everyone in Indian Valley sleep.


Thomas Story

The viaduct on the main line is being repaired, causing delays for the big engines that are supposed to meet up with Thomas, who is irritated with them running late. As a result, Thomas also leaves Bertie waiting for his passengers and Thomas is even more frustrated when Bertie teases him about being late. However, Bertie breaks down and asks Thomas to take his passengers, to which the latter agrees. Thomas soon learns that being late isn't as bad as it seems sometimes.

Jukebox Band Segment Song

  • Beautiful Dreamer

Cartoons and Songs


  • When Mr. Conductor was talking in his sleep, he was telling his own Thomas stories.
  • Possibly for time reasons, the ending of Better Late Than Never was cut short.
  • This is one of the rare episodes were a doll is used to represent Mr. Conductor.
  • In the Nick Jr. version, the song Dreamland was cut out, along with sections from "Better Late Than Never".
    • George Carlin's lines as Henry and Edward (for the second time) cross the viaduct quickly cut to Thomas arguing with Henry at the junction.
    • The line; "With a last cheerful greeting, the two friends went back to work" was also cut.