Sarah’s Snow Plow Is Frozen Stuck | Carl’s Car Wash | Cartoons for Kids
(lively xylophone music) (lively festive music) – My goodness. Look at all this snow. Glad my snowplow is all warmed up and able to push all of it out of the way. Let me lift the snow up a little. (creaking) Whoa, what’s going on? (creaking) Oh no, something’s wrong with my snowplow. It’s stuck. Oh boy, I’m in the middle of a blizzard. (tranquil music)
(gasping) I know who can help. Carl at Carl’s Carwash. (lively festive music) Uh-oh, it doesn’t look
like the carwash is open. That’s strange. Carl’s usually here all the time. – Brr.
(grunting) Oh, hello there, Sarah. How can I help you? – Oh, Carl. It’s snow good to see you.
(laughing) Well, I’ve got a big problem. My snowplow is stuck and now I can’t do my job. – Oh no. It looks frozen. – That must be why it’s not moving. Do you think you can help me? – Well, I usually just deal with messes but I’ll try my best to help you. Stay cool, Sarah, I’ll be right back. Alrighty, let’s get started. What kind of vehicle are you driving? Is the vehicle a digger? A snowplow? Or a cement mixer? That’s it, it’s a snowplow. Let’s see how messy it is. (dials clicking) Oh, wait, I almost forgot. The snowplow is not messy
at all, it’s frozen. Maybe I can change the
temperature of my carwash. A little heat could help
unfreeze Sarah’s plow. (buzzing)
Oh look. I can change the temperature. Should I make my carwash cold? Warm? Or hot? That’s it. Hot. A nice hot carwash will
help thaw Sarah’s snowplow and get it moving again. And finally, what size is this vehicle? Is it normal sized or is it big? (playful dramatic music) Ho, it’s big all right. (carwash rumbling) – [Sarah] Sweet snowy day, look at that. – That’ll be 15 tokens, Sarah. – I’ve got it right here, Carl. I’ll drop them in by fives. Five. 10. 15 tokens. (doors whooshing) Turn up the heat, Carl. I’m going in. (lively music) Oh, that’s a nice change of temperature. It’s really heating up. It’s like a hot bowl of soup in here. Oh, I feel so wrapped up and warm. (whirring) (whooshing) (lively festive music) (laughing) – Looking good, Sarah. – The heat worked, Carl. My snowplow is no longer frozen stuck. Now I can get back on
the road and do my job. – And just in time. The snow is really coming down hard. – Time to make sure the
roads are clear and safe. Thanks again, Carl. (lively festive music) (lively music) – [Kid] Whoa.