Buzz Buzz, re-titled Cranky Goes Buzz Buzz for American audience, is the seventeenth episode of the third season of Spike the Dragon and Friends and the sixty-ninth episode overall. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode, Buzz Buzz/James Goes Buzz Buzz.
- Cranky Doodle Donkey as James
- Soarin as Duck
- Fancy Pants as BoCo
- Gummy as Trevor
- A pony version of The Vicar of Wellsworth as The Vicar of Wellsworth
- Snips as Bill (does not speak)
- Snails as Ben (does not speak)
- Spike as Thomas (cameo)
- Goldie Delicious as Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
- Shining Armor as Edward (mentioned)
- Everyone else as Themselves
Narrator: "Gummy the Alligator was enjoying his work in the vicarage orchard. Birds were singing, and apples were ripening on the trees. It was a lovely day."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Hello, Gummy."
Narrator: "Said Cranky."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "You look as bright and cheerful as my brown fur."
Gummy: "Oh, I am."
Narrator: "Replied Gummy."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "What's that noise?"
Gummy: "It's the bees."
Narrator: "Laughed Gummy."
Gummy: "They're all in these boxy things called beehives. I'm taking them to the station. The vicar says his bees make good honey, and he's giving some of them to his friends."
Narrator: "Just then, Fancy Pants the Unicorn hummed in."
Fancy Pants: "Take care, you two. Don't make the bees angry. They might sting you."
Narrator: "Cranky didn't like being told what to do by a celebrity pony, and he buzzed away."
Fancy Pants: "Goodbye, Gummy."
Narrator: "Called Fancy Pants, and set off to see Soarin at the next station.
Snips and Snails, the unicorns, were busy arranging changelings, but they scampered off when they saw Fancy Pants."
Fancy Pants: "I remember the first time I met those two."
Narrator: "Laughed Fancy Pants."
Fancy Pants: "They nearly made my eyes pop out. Shining Armor soon put a stop to their games."
Soarin: "Shining Armor is the only one who can keep Snips and Snails in order."
Narrator: "Chuckled Soarin."
Soarin: "I sometimes call them 'The Bees'."
Fancy Pants: "A good name."
Narrator: "Replied Fancy Pants."
Filthy Rich: "They're terrors when they start buzzing around."
Narrator: "Cranky bustled in."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "What's that, Soarin? Are you afraid of bees? They're only insects, after all, so don't let that buzzbox pony tell you different."
Soarin: "His name is Fancy Pants, and he didn't. We..."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "I wouldn't care if hundreds were swarming around. I'd just blow at them and make them buzz off."
Soarin: "Buzz buzz buzz."
Narrator: "Retorted Soarin.
The next morning, Cranky arrived at the station to collect his buffaloes. The passengers were excited, and keen to get on board. The platform was crowded, and the porter was in a hurry."
The Porter: "Mind your backs."
Narrator: "He shouted.
Then, there was trouble. The beehive fell and broke open.
The station cleared like magic.
Cranky heard a familiar buzzing. The bees were too cold to be cross, so they buzzed around his fireman, hoping he'd mend their hive, but he didn't understand, nor did his driver, so the bees turned to Cranky. His body was nice and warm."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Buzz off! Buzz off!"
Narrator: "Hissed Cranky.
One bee burnt his foot."
Bee: "Ooh, aah, ooh! ooh!"
Narrator: "The bee thought Cranky burnt him on purpose.
So it stung Cranky right back on the nose."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "EEEE!"
Narrator: "Whistled Cranky. He had had enough. So had his fireman and driver.
They didn't notice till too late that they had left all of their buffaloes behind. They tried everything to get rid of the bees.
First, they spun around on the turntable, but to no avail.
They tried washing them off, but the bees clung harder to Cranky's warm body.
Then they tried smoking them off by going through a long tunnel, but still, the bees wouldn't go away."
Cranky's Driver: "It's no good, Cranky."
Narrator: "Said his driver."
Cranky's Driver: "We'll just have to go back to the orchard, and fetch another hive."
Narrator: "Cranky's reply was drowned by the sound of buzzing.
The vicar was waiting anxiously for Cranky.
When he arrived, the bees swarmed straight into their new home."
Cranky's Driver: "Come on, Cranky."
Narrator: "Said his driver."
Cranky's Driver: "What you need now is a good hose-down."
Narrator: "Later that day, Cranky was resting in his house, when the vicar came to see him."
The Vicar: "Thank you for saving my bees."
Narrator: "He said."
The Vicar: "It's a pity it's not Christmas; then we could call you Cranky the Red-Nosed Donkey."
Narrator: "Everyone laughed, even Cranky. But instead, they decided to call Cranky "The Bee's Knees", which means they thought he was more useful than ever."