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With Fall approaching, Jay Jay hopes to see the foliage change color, but Snuffy misinterprets this and decides to surprise Jay Jay by spraying paint all over the hills. Upon learning the mistake, Snuffy learns that the foliage changes itself.
When Revvin' Evan's cousin Tuffy the Tow Truck comes to Tarrytown for the first time, she has to pass a test which involves pulling one of the planes. When she couldn't do so probably because she is small, Tuffy proves she never gives up and teaches Jay Jay and friends to never judge someone by t...
Revvin' Evan has been appointed Tarrytown Airport's temporary substitute fire engine, and appoints Jay Jay and the others as his team members. But when vigorous training sessions cause the team to sleep through a real fire, Evan is forced to face the fire alone, and learns the prospect of being r...
When Jay Jay starts to believe his chores are harder than everyone else's, he joins Revvin' Evan for his, which turn out to be harder than he thought. When he can't keep up, Jay Jay soon learns to appreciate the hard work everyone does, even if it's hard.