Sticky Situations is a US, Canadian, UK, Australian and Polish DVD featuring one fourteenth series episode, three fifteenth series episodes and a sixteenth series version of the Hero of the Rails song, Go, Go Thomas. The UK and AUS releases include two more fourteenth series episodes. The Polish release include two more fifteenth series episodes.
Uh oh… The engines on the Island of Sodor sometimes find themselves in some sticky situations! Thomas and Butch find themselves stuck when they don't listen to directions. Spencer gets lost in the fog but learns he can actually be 'Spencer the Helpful'. Gordon must swallow his pride after dropping the Lion of Sodor in the mucky, muddy river, and Edward shows Charlie there is a time to be Really Fun, and a time to be Really Useful! All aboard for fun-filled tales as friends help each other through all kinds of sticky situations!
Uh-oh... the engines on the Island of Sodor are in some sticky and slippery situations! Thomas and Butch are stuck in a bind when they don't fully listen to directions. Spencer gets lost in the fog but learns he can actually be Spencer the Helpful. Gordon must swallow his pride after dropping the Lion of Sodor in the mucky, muddy river and Edward shows Charlie there's a time to be Really Fun and a time to be Really Useful. All aboard for fun-filled tales as friends help each other through all kinds of sticky situations!
- Stuck on You
- Spencer the Grand
- Gordon and Ferdinand
- Charlie and Eddie
- Henry's Health and Safety*
- Diesel's Special Delivery*
*UK/AUS Release Only
- Go, Go Thomas music video (sixteenth series version)
- "Biff, Bash, Bosh" game
- Guess Who? puzzles - Victor, Spencer, and Edward
- Guess Who? puzzles - Charlie and Spencer
- Down at the Station - Going Backwards
- Buzzy Bees is included as a bonus episode when bought as a "digital download".
- The DVD comes with a magnet sheet in the US.
- Rupert Degas is credited in the US version, but he does not have a role in any of the episodes.
- The intermission is missing before Stuck On You in the US version. On the UK release, the intermission is missing after the episode.