Earthworm Jim and The Arcanine is an Ash & Friends Spoof to BiggestThomasFan's fan-made episode, Salty and The Coaches.


  1. Kevin Keene as Edward (Matt Hill)
  2. Leonardo as Porter (Michael Sinterniklaas)
  3. Donkey Kong as BoCo (Richard Yearwood)
  4. Earthworm Jim as Salty (Dan Castenella)
  5. King Bowser Koopa as Cranky (Harvey Atkin)
  6. Steven as Sir Topham Hatt (Dan Green)
  7. Principal Garrett Roberts as The Grumpy Passenger (Bill Fagerbakke)
  8. Billy Blazes as Rocky (Norman Spencer)
  9. Al Smith as James (Yuri Lowenthal)
  10. Tai Kamiya as Stanley (Joshua Seth)
  11. Emmitt Roswell as Timothy (Billy West)
  12. Dario as Bear (Maddie Blaustein)
  13. Duke Devlin as Reg (Marc Thompson)


  • Mark Moraghan: Earthworm Jim has worked at the Cartoon University for many years. He loves to work there, and he's very good at keeping the Beedrill in order. But Earthworm Jim hadn't had much experience with coaches. One day, the wind blew across the island. There was an old tree standing by the line on Kevin's branch line. The wind blew so hard that the tree fell over and onto the tracks, just as Kevin was approaching it.
  • Kevin: Bust my buffers!
  • (Kevin applies his brakes, but can't stop in time and ends up crashing into the tree)
  • Narrator: No one was hurt, but Kevin's front was badly damaged. Billy soon arrived to help clear the mess. Steven arrived as well.
  • Steven: Kevin, you will have to go to the steamworks to get your front mended.
  • Kevin: Yes, sir, but what about the trains on my branch line? Donkey Kong can't handle them all by himself.
  • Steven: I'll have to see which characters are able to help out.
  • Narrator: Steven checked the timetable to see who would be able to help out until Kevin was repaired.
  • Steven: Hmm...
  • Narrator: Then, he went straight to Brendam Docks.
  • Steven: Hello, Earthworm Jim and Leonardo. I need one of you to help out on this branch line for a few days while Kevin is being repaired.
  • Leonardo: What happened to Kevin?
  • Steven: He hit a tree that fell on his line, and it damaged his front. So now I need a character to help pull passenger trains on his branch line until he's repaired.
  • Earthworm Jim: I'll do it, captain! I'm sure the passengers will be happy that I'm taking them.
  • Steven: Very well, Earthworm Jim. A passenger train is due to leave here in about 15 minutes, so you better get some coaches ready now.
  • Earthworm Jim: Yes, captain. I better get filled up with diesel fuel first. I'll get some coaches once I'm fueled up.
  • Steven: Alright, Earthworm Jim.
  • (Steven leaves while Earthworm Jim starts to fill his tank with diesel fuel)
  • Earthworm Jim: Leo, do you know anything about pulling passengers? I've not had much experience with them.
  • Leonardo: I'm afraid not, Jim. I've always done either goods work or shunting. I've never pulled passenger trains before. But didn't you once carry the passengers the time you tried to avoid going to the mainland on a ship?
  • Earthworm Jim: Yes, but that was only one coach. I think I'll be pulling more than that. Never mind, matey. I'll figure it out.
  • Narrator: Once Earthworm Jim's tank was full, he collected some coaches from a siding and hurried over to the passengers loading dock where some passengers were waiting.
  • Earthworm Jim: Ahoy, everyone! I'm Earthworm Jim, and I'll be your character for this run.
  • Narrator: Once all the passengers were aboard, the guard blew his whistle and Earthworm Jim pulled away. But Earthworm Jim pulled too quickly.
  • Passengers: Ahhh!
  • Earthworm Jim's Driver: We need to be careful, Jim. You can bump Beedrill, but you can't bump passengers.
  • Earthworm Jim: Sorry, me hearties.
  • Narrator: And Earthworm Jim left the docks and headed out onto the branch line. It wasn't long before he realized he was enjoying himself.
  • Earthworm Jim: Pulling passengers is quite a fun job.
  • Narrator: Soon, Earthworm Jim was approaching his first stop, which was Upper Brendam.
  • (Earthworm Jim applies his brakes)
  • Narrator: But Earthworm Jim braked too quickly, and gave his passengers a bump.
  • Passengers: (Groaning)
  • Narrator: Every time Earthworm Jim left a station, he pulled away too quickly. And every time he stopped at a station, he stopped too quickly. The passengers were having the bumpiest ride they'd ever had.
  • Garrett: Oh, such a dreadful ride!
  • Narrator: When Earthworm Jim reached Wellsworth station, Steven was waiting for him.
  • Steven: Earthworm Jim, I've been receiving complaints from passengers who were on your train. You must be very careful when pulling passengers. They are not like Beedrill.
  • Earthworm Jim: Yes, captain. I'm sorry, but I've never had much experience with passenger trains and thought they were easy to manage. I promise to more careful.
  • Narrator: As Earthworm Jim turned around for his run back to Brendam, he met Donkey Kong.
  • Donkey Kong: Hello, Earthworm Jim. How are things?
  • Earthworm Jim: Not very well, Donkey Kong. I just had a bad time pulling passengers along the branch line.
  • Donkey Kong: What happened?
  • Earthworm Jim: I kept bumping my passengers, and they complained to Steven. (Sighs) Some characters make pulling passengers seem easy, but I found out that it's a lot harder than I thought.
  • Donkey Kong: I can give you some advice if you want.
  • Earthworm Jim: Yes, please, matey.
  • Donkey Kong: When you're leaving a station, you need to pull out slowly. You also need to brake slowly when you're approaching a station. If you're slow and steady when you come in or leave a station, you won't bump your passengers.
  • Earthworm Jim: Thank you, Donkey Kong. And now it's time my journey to Brendam.
  • Narrator: So Earthworm Jim was re-coupled to his coaches. And when it was time to leave, Earthworm Jim pulled slowly out of Wellsworth. And when Earthworm Jim arrived at Suddery station, he braked very slowly and came to a gentle stop.
  • Earthworm Jim: Pulling passengers is not such a bad job after all, if you know how to be careful with them.
  • Narrator: And Earthworm Jim reached Brendam Docks without any incidents.
  • Leonardo: Hello, Jim. How was your journey?
  • Earthworm Jim: It wasn't good at first, but after Donkey Kong gave me some advice, I was able to pull my coaches smoothly. I think I'm going to enjoy taking passengers very much this week.
  • Narrator: Earthworm Jim kept taking passengers for a week. He still remembered what Donkey Kong said, and did his best to pull his trains smoothly. A week later, Kevin returned from the steamworks.
  • Kevin: Hello, Jim. I heard you've been taking passenger trains while I was gone.
  • Earthworm Jim: Oh yes, I took passengers up and down your branch line. I had some trouble at first, but I did have some help from Donkey Kong. And now, I've gotten used to pulling passengers. But all the same, I would like to return to the docks and go back to what I do best.
  • Kevin: Well, I'm repaired now, so you can return to Brendam and I'll pull the passenger trains again.
  • Earthworm Jim: Thanks, matey.
  • Narrator: So Earthworm Jim returned to Brendam Docks to shunt trucks with Leonardo.
  • Leonardo: We're glad to have you back, Jim. The docks have been quite busy while you were gone.
  • Bowser: Leonardo's right. We've been so busy, we barely had time to rest.
  • Earthworm Jim: Don't worry. I'll be able to help out again. Let's get to work, me hearties.
  • Narrator: Earthworm Jim enjoyed his time taking passengers along Kevin's branch line, but he was glad to be doing his favorite job again; shunting Beedrill at Brendam Docks.

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