Percy's Driver (from Thomas and Friends) as Rheneas' Driver
Diddy Kong (from Mario) as The Foreman
The Children as Themselves
The Teacher as Herself
Michael Brandon as Narrator
Michael Brandon: Percy is a brave smart engine who enjoys working in the mountains on the land. Even tough he is little, Percy loves feeling like a really useful engine. One day, Homer Simpson came to see Percy.
Homer: I have a very important job to do.
Michael Brandon: He boomed.
Percy: An important job!
Michael Brandon: Cried Percy.
Percy: Oh, thank you Homer.
Homer: You are to take some school children up into the mountains. You must make sure they have a wonderful time and are back in time for their lunch.
Percy: Yes, Homer.
Michael Brandon: Said Percy. But he was worried. He wasn't sure he was good enough to make the trip special. When Percy arrived at the station, the children and the teacher were waiting on the platform.
Percy: How am I going to make the children's day really special?
Michael Brandon: He said to Toby.
Toby: You know the mountains better than any engine.
Michael Brandon: Said Toby. But Percy wasn't sure his best will be exciting enough. He felt like a very little engine indeed. Homer Simpson had told Percy's Driver to point out all the beautiful sights along the way.
Percy's Driver: This is Old King Cole's Castle.
Michael Brandon: Called his driver.
Percy's Driver: It is very special and important.
Michael Brandon: Percy saw the castle everyday. He didn't think it was special or important.
Percy: I must think of something exciting to do.
Michael Brandon: He thought to himself.
Percy's Driver: This is the valley view.
Michael Brandon: Said his driver.
Percy's Driver: And here's the viaduct.
Michael Brandon: Percy was still unhappy. The trip didn't seem wonderful to him at all.
Percy: Must be special! Must be special.
Michael Brandon: He tought. Meanwhile, Toby was working on the rocky ridge line. Heavy rains have washed the ground from under the tracks.
Diddy Kong: These lines are too bumpy and uneven.
Michael Brandon: Said Diddy Kong.
Diddy Kong: The tracks must be closed for repairs.
Percy: Must be special. Must be special.
Michael Brandon: Percy was still trying to think of something that will make the children's trip special. He didn't know the linesmen have forgotten to switch the points.
Michael Brandon: Suddenly, Percy was on the wrong track.
Percy: Oh no! This line is closed for repairs. Bust my buffers!
Michael Brandon: Wailed Percy.
Toby: Be careful!
Michael Brandon: Cried Toby.
Naomi: The tracks are very bumpy!
Michael Brandon: Percy wooshed down the mountain like a roller coaster. The children cheered. Percy struggled up the rocky ridge with all his might. His coach clattered and bumped and bounced along behind. And the children oooed and aaaed. Percy struggled and struggled as hard as he could. He raced across an unsafe bridge. He was going so fast the teacher nearly lost her hat. Percy splashed under a waterfall, the children laughed happily and the teacher covered her eyes. At last, they could see the station. Percy was very tired and worried. What will Homer Simpson say.
The Teacher: Phew!
Michael Brandon: Said The Teacher.
The Teacher: Just in time for lunch.
Children: It was the best school trip ever!
Michael Brandon: Cried the children. Homer Simpson wasn't cross with Percy, he was happy too.
Homer: You gave the children a wonderful trip. You really are a very useful engine.
Percy: Oh, thank you Homer!
Michael Brandon: Sighed Percy proudly. Percy didn't feel like a little engine anymore.