Follow That Flour is the first episode of the tenth season of Spike the Dragon and Friends, and the two hundred and thirty-fifth episode overall. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode of the same name.
- Spike as Thomas
- Cranky Doodle Donkey as James
- "Dusty" Dave as Himself
- Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt (does not speak)
- Changelings as The Troublesome Trucks (do not speak)
- Woody (from Toy Story) as Skarloey (cameo)
- Buzz Lightyear (from Toy Story) as Rheneas (cameo)
- Hamm (from Toy Story) as Sir Handel (cameo)
- Rex (from Toy Story) as Peter Sam (cameo)
- Slinky (from Toy Story) as Rusty (cameo)
- Mr. Potato Head (from Toy Story) as Duncan (cameo)
- Gummy as Trevor (cameo)
- Garble as Bulgy (cameo)
- Cherry Jubilee as The Refreshment Lady (cameo)
- Doc Top as Mr. Percival (mentioned)
- Everyone else as Themselves
Narrator: "Every day is a busy day for the characters of Doc Top's land. They call hello as they pass each other on the hills, huff and puff at the transfer yards, and push and pull mutant toys at the wharf.
Early one morning, Spike was at the wharf. He liked the wharf. It was busy, and he met a lot of his friends there. But today, Spike was arranging changelings. And the changelings were being especially troublesome. It was taking all of Spike's puff to keep them in order. Then Cranky arrived."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "I am to collect a wagon of flour to make cakes and bread for the Children's Harvest Festival Supper."
Narrator: "Said Cranky."
Spike: "I wish Hoity Toity had given me that job."
Narrator: "Chuffed Spike."
Spike: "It would be so much more fun than arranging changelings."
Narrator: "Cranky was feeling very pleased with himself."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "First, I have to drink some water."
Narrator: "He said grandly."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Please shunt the flour wagon over for me, Spike."
Narrator: "Spike didn't want to shunt anymore. It meant his job would go on for even longer."
Spike: "Bossy head!"
Narrator: "He puffed.
Spike found the flour wagon outside the warehouse. He wanted to move Cranky's wagon as quickly as he could, so Spike wasn't taking care. He biffed the wagon very hard, and the door came loose. But Spike didn't see. An idea had flown into his head."
Spike: "I'll hide Cranky's wagon. Then bossy head will have to find me."
Narrator: "Spike thought hide and seek was a grand idea. Cranky came back from the water fountain. He saw Spike in the distance. And Cranky saw that falling from the wagon was a trail of flour."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Stop, Spike!"
Narrator: "Called Cranky."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Flour is falling out of your wagon!"
Narrator: "But Spike was too far away to hear.
Spike puffed into the warehouse to find somewhere to hide. More and more flour fell from the wagon. Cranky chased after Spike. Spike heard him coming."
Spike: "How does he know where I am?"
Narrator: "Thought Spike."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Spike, the flour!"
Narrator: "Called Cranky. But Spike couldn't hear him."
Spike: "Cranky won't find me this time."
Narrator: "He thought. Spike was having fun.
Spike found another good place to hide."
Spike: "Cranky will never find me here!"
Narrator: "He hooted happily. But then he heard Cranky's whistle whistle again."
Spike: "Bust my scales!"
Narrator: "Chuffed Spike."
Spike: "He's found me again!"
Narrator: "So, Spike puffed off.
Spike had reversed behind some changelings."
Spike: "Cranky will never find me here."
Narrator: "He tooted cheerily. But just then, he saw Cranky come around the bend."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Spike!"
Narrator: "Puffed Cranky. He was very cross."
Cranky Doodle Donkey: "You've left a trail of flour all over the wharf!"
Spike: "Fire and scales!"
Narrator: "Cried Spike."
Spike: "I must have biffed the wagon so hard that the door came loose."
Narrator: "Spike didn't feel cheery anymore."
Spike: "If I've lost all the flour, there'll be no cakes and bread for the children's Harvest Festival supper."
Narrator: "He wheeshed sadly."
Spike: "I'm sorry, Cranky."
Narrator: "He chuffed."
Spike: "I'll get you another wagon of flour. Then you won't be late for the children."
Narrator: "Spike raced away.
Spike puffed, and he huffed. He wheeshed, and he whooshed. He had to get to the mill as fast as he could.
Then there was trouble. When Spike arrived at the mill, it was closed. Spike looked around. He could only see empty flour wagons. Spike felt sadder than ever. Dusty Dave, the miller, came to see Spike. He could see that Spike was very upset."
Dusty Dave: "I'm going home for my supper now."
Narrator: "He told Spike."
Dusty Dave: "But there's one full flour wagon right at the back."
Narrator: "Spike saw the flour wagon, but there were lots of other wagons in the way. He needed help.
Spike whooshed back to the wharf. He would have to ask Cranky to help him.
Cranky was waiting. He was still very cross. Spike pulled up alongside him."
Spike: "Cranky, I know you tried to tell me about the flour, and I know I was silly, but now I need your help."
Narrator: "Cranky knew that Spike was sorry, and he knew Spike needed his help, so they set off for the mill.
Cranky and Spike worked hard. There were lots of wagons to shunt, but they worked well together, and soon, the flour wagon was hooked up to Cranky, and he raced off. Spike felt proud of his friend.
Later, that evening, Hoity Toity stood by a table of wonderful breads and cakes. The children were very excited. Spike puffed by on his way home."
Spike: "Well done, Cranky!"
Narrator: "He called, and Cranky waved back. Spike was pleased Cranky was his friend again. And Spike smiled all the way back to Golden Oak Library."