These are new episodes, and as always the new trucks and vehicles blend in engagingly with the rest of the gang and they provide a change of scenery.
Dodger the Milk Truck is built around a mix-up. Meg wants her new house finished so she and everyone else can give her new milk truck, Dodger, a big warm welcome. But when Dodger comes to town, there's no one to be seen, because Meg got the wrong day.
The Three Musketrucks is, of course, the Bob the Builder version of the Dumas novel, dumbed down considerably. Scrambler, Packer, and Dodger become the Three Musketrucks who vow always to deliver the goods. Little boys will like this one because of a brief moment of peril aboard a ferry.
Dodger's Dairy Disaster finds Bob and his Can-Do Crew building a new creamery for Meg and Piper so they can make cheeses using local flavors. This episode deals with self-image. Dodger tries to make people laugh because he's insecure about ever being as well-liked as Packer, but he's so worried about what people think that he ends up getting the wrong ingredients for the new cheeses. As with all Bob the Builder episodes, though, all's well that ends well.
Scrambler the Goat Herder is a fun episode that whisks everyone off to Snowcap Mountain, where the task is to turn an old barn into a weaving studio for Meg. Giddy the goat makes an appearance, as the gang try to figure out how to get him from the mountain top to the shearing station.
Packer's Big Delivery finds Sunflower Valley getting its first store . . . if, that is, Bob and the gang can build it. Barbara sends Packer and Scrambler to retrieve the items to be sold, but the biggest challenge is getting that goat's milk down from Flowery Ridge. When Packer gets stuck, Bob and Scrambler come to the rescue.