The Spike and Friends version of Halloween Express is a My Little Pony/Thomas parody of the fan-made Thomas and Friends US DVD of the same name. It features one second season episode, one fifth season episode, one sixth season episode, two eighth season episodes, two ninth season episodes and one tenth season episode of Spike the Dragon and Friends narrated by Ringo Starr, Alec Baldwin and Michael Brandon.


  • Spike as Thomas
  • Shining Armor as Edward
  • Filthy Rich as Henry
  • Cranky Doodle Donkey as James
  • Pipsqueak as Percy
  • Braeburn as Toby
  • Soarin as Duck
  • Rarity as Emily
  • Discord as Diesel
  • Diamond Tiara as Arry (I know, Diamond Tiara is female)
  • Silver Spoon as Bert (I know, Silver Spoon is female)
  • Woody (from Toy Story) as Skarloey
  • Rex (from Toy Story) as Peter Sam
  • Slinky (from Toy Story) as Rusty
  • Mr. Potato Head (from Toy Story) as Duncan
  • The Changelings as The Troublesome Trucks
  • Owlowiscious as Harold
  • Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Grampa Gruff as Old Bailey
  • Big Macintosh as Gordon (does not speak)
  • Comet Tail as Proteus (does not speak)
  • Apple Bloom as Annie (does not speak)
  • Sweetie Belle as Clarabel (does not speak)
  • Seabreeze as Jeremy (does not speak)
  • Dr. Hooves as Oliver (cameo)
  • Fluttershy as Molly (cameo)
  • Buzz Lightyear (from Toy Story) as Rheneas (cameo)
  • The Orthros as Mighty Mac (cameo)
  • Angel as Bertie (cameo)
  • Gummy as Trevor (cameo)
  • Score as George (cameo)
  • Twist as Nancy (cameo)
  • Princess Celestia as Lady Hatt (mentioned)
  • Everyone else as Themselves


  1. Pipsqueak's Ghostly Trick
  2. Haunted Filthy Rich
  3. Scaredy Ponies
  4. Rarity's New Route
  5. Halloween
  6. Flour Power
  7. The Magic Lamp
  8. Sticky Taffy Spike


Pipsqueak's Ghostly Trick

Pipsqueak: "And every year on a date of the accident, it runs again as a warning to others plunging into the gap, shrieking like a lost soul."

Spike: "Pipsqueak, what are you talking about?"

Pipsqueak: "The ghost pony. Driver saw it last night."

Spike and Braeburn: "Where?"

Narrator: "Asked Spike and Braeburn."

Pipsqueak: "He didn't say. Ooh, it makes my hooves wobble to think of it."

Spike: "Huh!"

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "You're just a silly little pony. I'm not scared!"

Pipsqueak: "Spike didn't believe in your ghost."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak next morning. His driver laughed."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Neither do I. It was only a pretend ghost story."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak was disappointed. That evening, he came back from the harbor.

Pipsqueak knew where he was, even in the dark."

Pipsqueak: "Crowe's farm crossing. We shan't be long now."

Narrator: "He liked running at night. The path hummed and the light showed green. But a broken cartload of lyme lay ahead. Sam the farmer had just gone for help.


Pipsqueak broke the cart to smithereens. Lyme flew everywhere. He puffed quickly to the nearest signal box.

Pipsqueak's driver explained what had happened"

Signalman: "I'll see to it."

Narrator: "Said the signalman."

Signalman: "But you better clean Pipsqueak, or people will think he's a ghost."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak chuckled."

Pipsqueak: "Do let's pretend I'm a ghost and scare Spike. That'll teach him to say I'm a silly little pony."

Narrator: "Braeburn promised to help.

Spike was getting ready for his evening run."

Braeburn: "Pipsqueak's had an accident."

Narrator: "Cried Braeburn."

Spike: "Poor pony."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "Botheration! That means I'll be late."

Braeburn: "They've cleared the line for you, but there's something worse."

Spike: "Out with it, Braeburn! I can't wait all evening."

Braeburn: "I've just seen something."

Narrator: "Said Braeburn."

Braeburn: "It looked like Pipsqueak's ghost. It said it was, was coming here t-t-t-to warn us."

Spike: "Huh! Who cares? Don't be frightened, Braeburn. I'll take care of you."

Pipsqueak: "Peep, peep! Pip, pip, pip, peep! Let me in. Let me in."

Narrator: "Wailed Pipsqueak."

Braeburn: "No, no. Not by the smoke on my chimney chim chim."

Pipsqueak: "I'll chuff, and I'll puff, and I'll break your door in."

Spike: "Oh dear!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Spike."

Spike: "It's getting late. Oh, I have no idea. Oh, I must find Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle."

Narrator: "It was morning when Spike returned."

Braeburn: "Where have you been?"

Narrator: "Asked Braeburn."

Spike: "Ah, well."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "I knew you'd be sad about Pipsqueak and I, uh, I didn't like to intrude. I slept in the freight shed and...

Oh, sorry. Can't stop. Got to see a pet about a pony."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak was not in the worst for his adventure, and was still enjoying himself enormously. He had heard everything."

Pipsqueak: "Well, well, well. What do you know about that?"

Braeburn: "Anyone would think,"

Narrator: "Chuckled Braeburn."

Braeburn: "That our Spike had just seen a ghost."

Haunted Filthy Rich

Narrator: "It was a moonlit night. Filthy Rich was taking some changelings to the station by the lake."

(Owl Hoots)

Shining Armor: "Whenever that owl hoots, a mist rolls in."

Narrator: "Murmured Shining Armor."

Shining Armor: "There's a legend that when the mist's about, there's a ghost about, too. Take care on the old line, Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "Stupid bird."

Narrator: "Said Filth Rich."

Filthy Rich: "Owls, mist, ghosts, Shining Armor's going soft in the head. There's no mist."

Narrator: "But Filthy Rich was wrong."

Filthy Rich: "What's that?"

Narrator: "Cried Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "It's an amber lamp."

Narrator: "Murmured his driver."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "That means 'proceed with caution'.

Who's there?"

Narrator: "No one replied.

Filthy Rich crept slowly forward. He stopped by a tree. It had a sign nailed to it. 'BEWARE OF THE VIADUCT'.

The driver was surprised."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "No one warned us about that before. And look! The light's red, and the gates are closed! A-a-a-a-and there's a fogman's coat! But where is its owner?"

Narrator: "Then, they saw a light move within the station building."

Filthy Rich: "G-g-g-g-ghosts!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "Shining Armor was right!"

Filthy Rich's Driver: "Something very strange is happening."

Narrator: "Said his driver."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "I think it's best we go back."

Filthy Rich: "So do I!"

Narrator: "Agreed Filthy Rich.

By morning, the mist had cleared. A workman was talking about the unsafe viaduct."

Workman: "Lucky you didn't cross it last night."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "Yes, but we don't know who warned us!"

Narrator: "Replied Filthy Rich's driver.

Later that day, he spoke to Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "The viaduct has been repaired. We can take the changelings back along the old line tonight."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich really didn't want to.

But when nightfall came, he was sizzling nicely. Suddenly, an owl hooted, and then Big Mac thundered by."

A Changeling: "Oh, look, Filthy Rich's spooked."

Narrator: "Said a changeling."

(Changelings laugh)

Filthy Rich: "Be quiet!"

Narrator: "Snapped Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "I'm not scared!"

Narrator: "But he was.

A little later, the fog came down.

As they approached the same area, they saw the amber light again."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "Here we go."

Narrator: "Said Filthy Rich's driver.

Then, unknown to Filthy Rich, the gates mysteriously closed by themselves, and the light went red. The changelings had seen everything, and they were spooked."

Changelings: "Faster! Faster! There's a ghost about!"

Filthy Rich: "Stop! Stop!"

Narrator: "Yelled Filthy Rich."

(Filthy Rich and the changelings crash though the gate)

"A mysterious figure watched Filthy Rich go by. Ahead was a landslide blocking the line. Filthy Rich stopped hard, but the changelings hit some of the rubble and plunged into the ravine."

(Changelings crash)

"Just then, Filthy Rich's driver saw a strange sight coming towards them."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "What's that?"

Narrator: "He said, the fireman laughed."

Filthy Rich's Fireman: "That's our ghost. It's Grampa Gruff, the griffon."

Narrator: "Grampa Gruff was very cross."

Grampa Gruff: "I tried to warn you about the viaduct. Why didn't you pay attention?"

Filthy Rich's Driver: "We're sorry."

Narrator: "Replied the driver."

Filthy Rich's Driver: "Is there anything we can do to thank you?"

Grampa Gruff: "I'd like to operate that old station. If you let me, I promise it won't spook Filthy Rich again."

Narrator: "And in a little while, Grampa Gruff's wish was granted."

Hoity Toity: "You and your station will be really useful."

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "Let's hear a hearty 'thank you' to the friendliest, uh, ghost in Ponyville."

Narrator: "Everyone cheered, especially Filthy Rich, who was the happiest of all."

Scaredy Ponies

Narrator: "The animals in Ponyville look forward to Halloween. They love Hoity Toity's fireworks and the children dressing up as wizards and witches.

They also love Shining Armor's spooky stories."

Shining Armor: "They say that on Halloween, the ghost pony returns to the smelters looking for his lost whistle: Whoo, whoo!"

Animals: "Ooh, aah, spooky!"

Narrator: "The animals said all shivering a little.

Later, Hoity Toity arrived.

Hoity Toity: "Spike, Pipsqueak and Soarin, I have a special job for you. You are to collect some scrap from the smelters yard tonight."

Pipsqueak: "On Halloween?"

Hoity Toity: "Don't worry. You'll be back in time for the fireworks."

Spike: "Pipsqueak isn't worried about missing the fireworks."

Narrator: "Teased Spike."

Spike: "He's a scaredy pony."

Pipsqueak: "I am not!"

Narrator: "Called Pipsqueak. But he was, a little.

At the smelters, all Pipsqueak could think about was Shining Armor's ghost pony.

Spike knew Pipsqueak was scared. So he teased him even more."

Spike: "What's that up there?"

Narrator: "Spike squeaked."

Spike: "Is it a spook?"

Pipsqueak: "It's just a piece of twisted scrap."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak said nervously."

Pipsqueak: "Isn't it?"

Narrator: "Spike was having fun. He kept on teasing Pipsqueak."

Spike: "Careful, the ghost pony doesn't get you."

Narrator: "Spike said."

Pipsqueak: "There's no such thing as ghosts!"

Narrator: "Snapped Pipsqueak.

Soarin felt sorry for Pipsqueak."

Soarin: "Nobody's brave all the time."

Narrator: "Said Soarin."

Pipsqueak: "But I'm not a scaredy pony."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak insisted.

The job was nearly complete."

Yard Manager: "Well done."

Narrator: "The yard manager said."

Yard Manager: "Now I'll need one animal to finish up."

Narrator: "Soarin wanted to pay Spike back for all his teasing."

Soarin: "Please, sir."

Narrator: "He said."

Soarin: "I'm sure Spike wouldn't mind stay."

Spike: "Of course not."

Narrator: "Spike boasted."

Spike: "I'm not a scaredy dragon."

Narrator: "So Soarin and Pipsqueak left."

When Spike was by himself, every sound and every shadow was spooky. He was beginning to feel very scared."

Spike: "There's no such thing as ghosts."

Narrator: "He said nervously."

Spike: "Who's there?"

Narrator: "Spike was so busy looking for ghosts, he didn't watch where he was going.

The chains felt like ghost fingers."

Spike: "Something's got me."

Narrator: "Spike jumped and set off an old steam whistle."

(Old whistle blows)

Spike: "The g-g-ghost whistle!"

Narrator: "Said Spike, and he raced away as fast as his feet could carry him."

Spike: "The ghost pony is after me!"

Soarin: "It was naughty of Spike to tease you, Pipsqueak."

Narrator: "Said Soarin."

Pipsqueak: "He was only playing."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "I hope he hurries up. I wouldn't want him to be late for the fireworks."

Spike: "He's after me!"

Soarin: "I don't think he'll be late."

Narrator: "Said Soarin.

Soarin and Pipsqueak joined the other animals for the fireworks."

Pipsqueak: "Where's Spike?"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak asked."

Pipsqueak: "He'll miss all the fun."

Soarin: "It would serve him right after all his teasing."

Narrator: "Soarin said. But Pipsqueak was worried. He went to look for his friend.

He found Spike all alone in the library."

Pipsqueak: "Are you all right, Spike?"

Narrator: "He said."

Spike: "Yes. I'm sorry I teased you, Pipsqueak."

Narrator: "Spike said."

Spike: "Soarin was right. We all feel scared sometimes."

Pipsqueak: "And we all have to say sorry sometimes."

Narrator: "Said his friend."

Pipsqueak: "So come on, Spike, we can watch the fireworks just as well from here."

Narrator: "And he was right."

Rarity's New Route

Narrator: "It was summertime in Ponyville. All the animals were very busy. They carried freight and passengers up and down the paths.

Hoity Toity came to see Rarity."

Hoity Toity: "I am opening some new routes for the summer."

Narrator: "He announced."

Hoity Toity: "Rarity, you will take the Flour Mill Special."

Rarity: "Thank you, sir."

Narrator: "Said Rarity. She was pleased.

Rarity stopped to drink water on the way to the flour mill. But Cranky was already there."

Rarity: "Hoity Toity has given me the Flour Mill Special."

Narrator: "Said Rarity."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "You're lucky."

Narrator: "Cranky huffed."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "I have to do the Black Loch Run."

Rarity: "Why don't you like going to Black Loch?"

Narrator: "Asked Rarity."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "There are boulders all over the path."

Narrator: "He moaned."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "They bash your hooves and scratch your body. And there's the Black Loch Monster!"

Rarity: "What's the Black Loch Monster?"

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Nobody knows."

Narrator: "Said Cranky."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Black figures move in the water and then they disappear."

Rarity: "Ooohhhhh!"

Narrator: "And Cranky puffed away. Rarity was pleased she didn't have to go to Black Loch.

At the flour mill, the flour had been given to changelings. Rarity was hooked up. Then she puffed across the countryside to the bakery.

But the changelings saw a chance for mischief."

Changelings: "Hold back, hold back!"

Narrator: "They screeched. Rarity pulled as hard as she could, but the changelings made her go very slowly.

Rarity was late delivering the flour, so there would be no fresh bread that day. Hoity Toity was cross."

Hoity Toity: "This means I would have any toast or muffins for breakfast. If you are late again, you will have to do the Black Loch Run instead of Cranky."

Narrator: "Rarity didn't want to have her buffers based by boulders. And she didn't want to see the Black Loch Monster."

Rarity: "I must get the flour to the bakery on time."

Narrator: "Rarity puffed.

The next morning, the changelings tricked her again."

Changelings: "Off we go, off we go!"

Narrator: "They chuckled. But they weren't hooked up properly."

Changelings: "Mustn't be late, mustn't be late."

Narrator: "So Rarity puffed quickly away. But only half the changelings went with her.

Rarity arrived at the bakery."

Stationmaster: "But you've only brought half the flour!"

Narrator: "The stationmaster cried. So Rarity had to go back for the rest of the changelings."

Rarity: "Oh no!"

Narrator: "Rarity cried."

Rarity: "I don't want to get the Black Loch Run."

Narrator: "When Rarity arrived at the mill, the changelings were more troublesome than ever."

Changelings: "Rarity the late unicorn, Rarity the late unicorn!"

Narrator: "They sang. This made Rarity very cross, and she biffed them, very hard."

Changelings: "Oh no!"

Narrator: "They cried. And they splashed into the duck pond."


"Rarity was covered in a floury mess.

That evening, Hoity Toity came to see Rarity."

Hoity Toity: "Rarity, you have caused confusion and delay!"

Narrator: "Hoity Toity said."

Hoity Toity: "Now, you are to take over the Black Loch Run."

Narrator: "Rarity was very unhappy."

Spike: "Wait until you've tried it."

Narrator: "Spike puffed."

Spike: "The Black Loch Run might be nice."

Rarity: "I don't think so."

Narrator: "Rarity moaned."

Rarity: "Bashed buffers and a big monster. It sounds miserable to me."

Narrator: "The next morning, Rarity puffed sadly to the station. Lots of excited children and vacationers climbed on board."

Rarity: "They're all looking forward to their vacation."

Narrator: "She thought."

Rarity: "I mustn't let them down."

Narrator: "Soon, Rarity was walking up hills and through valleys."

Rarity: "I bet it won't last."

Narrator: "She said to herself.

Rarity reached the murky waters of Black Loch."

Rarity: "Ohhh. That's where the monster's supposed to be."

Narrator: "She puffed nervously. Then there was trouble. Rocks fell and blocked the line."

Rarity: "Oh no!"

Narrator: "Rarity had to wait for help."

Rarity: "I knew I wouldn't like this route!"

Narrator: "She huffed.

Suddenly, she saw something dark and mysterious moving in the water."

Rarity: "And now the monster's coming!"

Narrator: "Rarity gasped.

Rarity was scared. Her body quivered and her horn rattled. She wanted to race away."

Rarity: "I never want to see Black Loch again!"

Narrator: "She cried. But Rarity thought of the children with the rabbit behind her. She was determined to get them to their vacation, whatever it took.

At last, the water settled, and Rarity saw what the monster really was."

Rarity: "It's a family of seals!"

Narrator: "Rarity was delighted. The children were delighted, too.

Soon, the path was cleared. Rarity walked on through the countryside. The children would reach their vacation on time.

That evening, Spike and Rarity both stopped to watch the seals."

Rarity: "You were right."

Narrator: "Said Rarity."

Rarity: "Black Loch is a nice route after all."


Narrator: "It was full speed ahead in Ponyville. All the animals were running on time. They wanted to finish their work quickly, because tonight was Halloween. The animals love seeing the children in their Halloween costumes. And the animals love to hear tales of ghostly animals and scary creatures.

That evening, Hoity Toity came to the library."

Hoity Toity: "Spike and Rarity, you must go to the smelter's yard."

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "An important delivery of iron must be collected right away."

Spike and Rarity: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "They puffed. Pipsqueak thought the smelter's yard was spooky. He was worried about his friends."

Pipsqueak: "Look out for ghosts."

Narrator: "He said nervously."

Pipsqueak: "It is Halloween."

Spike: "There's no such things as ghosts."

Narrator: "Spike said cheerfully."

Rarity: "It's just silly make-believe."

Narrator: "Added Rarity. And they headed off to the smelter's yard.

The sun was setting, and it was getting dark."

Spike: "Imagine being afraid of Halloween."

Narrator: "Puffed Spike."

Rarity: "Or the smelter's yard."

Narrator: "Sniffed Rarity."

Spike: "Pah!"

Narrator: "Added Spike. Spike and Rarity enjoyed feeling brave.

But when they got to the smelter's yard, it was very spooky."

Rarity: "Oh my!"

Narrator: "Whispered Rarity."

Spike: "Oh dear!"

Narrator: "Hissed Spike. They puffed slowly through the piles of jagged steal and twisted scrap. The air grew hotter, and the smoke grew thicker. Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon were lurking nearby. The two fillies saw a chance to a couple of animals.

When Spike and Rarity rolled by, they moaned and groaned."

Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon: (Moan and groan)

Narrator: "It sounded spooky."

Rarity: "What was that?"

Narrator: "Asked Rarity."

Rarity: "You said there were no such things as ghosts."

Spike: "Silly make-believe you said."

Narrator: "Gasped Spike. Suddenly, a changeling began to shudder and shake."

Spike: "Fire and scales!"

Narrator: "Cried Spike."

Rarity: "Help!"

Narrator: "Wailed Rarity."

Rarity: "It's a ghost! Let's get away from here!"

Narrator: "They didn't know Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon had been bumping the changeling. The two naughty fillies were having great fun.

Spike and Rarity pulled up to the smelter shed. They gasped at the ghostly shadows and fizzing sparks. Their feet felt as if they were frozen. But they had to go inside."

Spike: "I hope the ghost hasn't gone in there."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Rarity: "Me too."

Narrator: "Quivered Rarity. And they both rolled slowly into the smelting shed.

Inside, chains clanked and strange shadows danced across the walls."

Spike: "Must be brave, must be brave."

Narrator: "Spike puffed. But it was spooky.

Rarity was turning around ready to arrange some changelings. Suddenly, a great whoosh of sparks lit up the shed."

Rarity: "Bust my hooves!"

Narrator: "Cried Rarity. Rarity was scared. She didn't notice the huge white tarp. It fell covering her from head to tail."

Rarity: "The ghost! It's got me!"

Narrator: "She raced away as fast as her legs could pump. Spike thought Rarity was the ghost, and he raced out of the smelting shed."

Spike: "The ghost is after me!"

Narrator: "Cried Spike. Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon thought Rarity was the ghost too, and they raced away. Spike was right behind them, and Rarity was right behind Spike."

Rarity: "Help!"

Narrator: "Rarity cried."

Rarity: "The ghost has got me!"

Narrator: "Diamond Tiara, Silver Spoon, Spike and Rarity raced towards the library.

The library was quiet and peaceful. All the animals were fast asleep. Spike's whistle soon woke them up."

Pipsqueak: "It's Spike!"

Narrator: "Cried Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Something must be wrong!"

Narrator: "Suddenly, he saw Spike, Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon racing into the yard."

Pipsqueak: "Stop!"

Narrator: "He cried. Diamond Tiara, Silver Spoon and Spike stopped just in time."

Spike: "The ghost is after us!"

Narrator: "Whistled Spike. Pipsqueak was scared. But just then, Rarity raced under a signal and the tarp flew off."

Pipsqueak: "That's no ghost!"

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "That's Rarity!"

Narrator: "The animals didn't feel scared anymore, but they did feel foolish.

Hoity Toity arrived wearing his pajamas."

Hoity Toity: "What is all this fuss and bother?!"

Narrator: "He boomed."

Hoity Toity: "It has caused confusion and delay!"

Spike: "But, sir."

Narrator: "Cried Spike."

Spike: "The changelings were rattling."

Rarity: "And we heard moaning."

Narrator: "Said Rarity."

Spike: "And groaning."

Narrator: "Added Spike. Hoity Toity looked at Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon."

Hoity Toity: "Do you know anything about this?"

Narrator: "He asked sternly."

Silver Spoon: "It was us, sir."

Narrator: "Silver Spoon mumbled."

Hoity Toity: "For your punishment, you go back and collect the iron at once!"

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Said Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon, and they rumbled away.

Whenever Spike and Rarity went back to the smelter's yard, they knew that there was nothing to be scared of. After all, there is no such things as ghosts. It was all just silly make-believe."

(A ghost pops up)

Ghost: "Ooooooh!"

Flour Power

Narrator: "It was Halloween night in Ponyville. The moon shone brightly, and the stars twinkled in the night sky.

The children's Halloween party was over. But while the children slept, all the animals were kept very busy.

Spike was alone at the library when Hoity Toity arrived. He was still in his Halloween costume."

Hoity Toity: "You are to collect flour from the mill and take it to the bakery."

Narrator: "He boomed."

Hoity Toity: "You must work with Discord. The town needs its morning toast, and Princess Celestia and I need our English muffins."

Narrator: "He added sternly."

Hoity Toity: "So I'll have no mishaps tonight."

Narrator: "Spike didn't want to work with Discord, but he wanted to be really useful.

When Spike arrived at the station, he couldn't see Discord at all. Discord was up to his old tricks. He rolled up behind Spike and went..."

Discord: "BOO!"


Discord: "Trust a silly old dragon to be scared on Halloween!"

Narrator: "Discord sneered."

Spike: "I'm not a scared dragon!"

Narrator: "Said Spike firmly."

Discord: "We'll see!"

Narrator: "Oiled Discord.

Spike and Discord headed for the flour mill. Discord teased Spike with every step.

When they arrived at the woods, Discord cried,"

Discord: "It's the haunted forest!"

Narrator: "And he called out,"

Discord: "Whooooooooooooo! Spike!"

Narrator: "In a spooky voice."

Spike: "Stop it!"

Narrator: "Said Spike crossly. But the breeze blew and the branches creaked. Discord's teasing made it seem spooky indeed.

Then they came to the abandoned mine. The buildings were distorted, and they could hear a banging noise."

Spike: "What was that?"

Narrator: "Cried Spike."

Discord: "Sounds like the ghost looking for a dragon to scare!"

Spike: "Well, I'm not scared!"

Narrator: "Said Spike. But he wished he felt as brave as he sounded.

Spike and Discord had to stop at a red signal. It was next to a twisted old tree. The wind whistled, and Spike heard a strange cry. Suddenly, Spike felt something touch his back."

Discord: "Look out!"

Narrator: "Cried Discord."

Discord: "The ghost is after your scales!"

Spike: "Fire and scales!"

Narrator: "Gasped Spike, and he let out a frightening whistle."

Discord: "Scared dragon! Scared dragon!"

Narrator: "Discord teased. Spike was very cross with Discord. He wanted to pay him back for all his teasing.

Spike and Discord arrived at the flour mill. Spike rolled up to collect the flour. Then Spike had an idea."

Spike: "We'll see who's a scared dragon."

Narrator: "He puffed. Spike biffed the changelings out of the way, and rolled up under the chute himself. When Spike puffed out the other side, he was covered from head to toe in pure white flour."

Spike: "Ooooooooh!"

Narrator: "He said spookley."

Discord: "It's a ghost!"

Narrator: "Cried Discord."

Discord: "It's come to get me!"

Spike: "Stop!"

Narrator: "Cried Spike."

Spike: "It's just me!"

Narrator: "But Discord was nowhere to be seen. After Discord had gone, the mill seemed very quietly. But there was still work to do."

Spike: "The town needs its bread."

Narrator: "Thought Spike."

Spike: "And Hoity Toity needs his English muffins."

Narrator: "Spike arranged the changelings into one long line, and he set off for the bakery all alone.

As Spike arrived at the twisty tree, he wish he could go faster. But it was a very long line, and he had to go slowly. Because he was going so slowly, Spike could see that the tree wasn't spooky at all."

Spike: "It was just a tree."

Narrator: "He gasped."

Spike: "And the strange cry was just an owl."

Narrator: "Spike was relieved.

Spike chugged towards the abandoned mines, he could still hear the spooky banging. He looked to his left, and then to his right, and he saw what was making the noise."

Spike: "It's just an old door."

Narrator: "He gasped."

Spike: "The wind is making it crash."

Narrator: "Finally, Spike reached the old woods. The breeze still blew, and the branches creaked. Spike took a big brave puff. But without Discord's teasing, Spike could see that the haunted forest was actually Big Macintosh's favorite forest."

Spike: "It's not scary at all."

Narrator: "Cried Spike.

Spike arrived at the bakery. He was tired, but happy."

Discord: "OH! It's the ghost, sir!"

Narrator: "Discord told Hoity Toity."

Discord: "And it's come to get me!"

Hoity Toity: "That's not a ghost!"

Narrator: "Boomed Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "That's Spike! He's a really useful dragon! Spike, you have done a splendid job."

Narrator: "Hoity Toity said."

Hoity Toity: "You deserve an extra special bath."

Spike: "Thank you, sir!"

Narrator: "Puffed Spike proudly. And while Hoity Toity waited for the first batch of English muffins, Spike looked forward to telling his friends his Discord Halloween story."

The Magic Lamp

Narrator: "Little toys work very hard. They puff and chuff all day up and down the hills.

One day, the winding gear that carried coal mutant toys up and down the incline broke.

The toys had to work extra hard, pulling heavy mutant toys up and down the long, steep track. Until, at the end of the day, they could ease their aching feet.

That evening, Spike puffed into the transfer yards. All the toys were there. Spike was delivering steel winches and wires to repair the broken incline."

Slinky: "Listen, Spike."

Narrator: "Said Slinky."

Slinky: "Woody's telling us a story from the hills."

Woody: "Long, long ago."

Narrator: "Began Woody."

Woody: "There was an old unicorn called Comet Tail. He had a lamp that was so bright you could see it for miles around. Comet Tail said it was a magic lamp. He promised that if anyone ever found the lamp, their wishes would come true."

Mr. Potato Head: "How would you know it was Comet Tail's lamp?"

Narrator: "Asked Mr. Potato Head."

Woody: "First, you feel a rush of wind whenever the lamp is near."

Narrator: "Woody chuffed quietly."

Woody: "Then, you hear a strange creaking noise. And finally,"

Narrator: "He added."

Woody: "You'll see it flicker on and off, off and on."

Narrator: "Rex huffed loudly."

Rex: "I don't believe there's a magic lamp!"

Narrator: "Soon, all the steal winches and wires were given to Rex's mutant toys."

Rex: "I have work to do."

Narrator: "Huffed Rex."

Rex: "I'm a Really Useful Toy, not a Really Silly one! The incline must be working by morning, so I won't be wasting my time looking for a silly magic lamp!"

Narrator: "He said loudly. And he walked quickly away.

The moon was bright. Rex huff and puffed."

Rex: "The magic lamp I know isn't true. It's just an old story and quite silly too!"

Narrator: "Rex walked towards a junction.

Suddenly, he felt a great rush of wind. His feet rattled and his arms creaked."

Rex: "What's happening?"

Narrator: "Rex whistled.

He was so surprised, he puffed right past the junction, and up the wrong path, away from the incline.

Rex still didn't believe Woody's story about Comet Tail's magic lamp. But then, he heard a creaking sound, and his feet began to wobble.

Up ahead, a light flickered off and on, on and off.

And then he saw it. It was just the fogman's lantern. It creaked and croaked as it swung outside his cabin. Rex felt better. He chuffed past.

Rex was not even further from the incline."

Rex: "The magic lamp I know isn't true. It's just an old story and quite silly too!"

Narrator: "He huffed quietly to himself.

Then suddenly there was another rush of wind, then a creaking sound, and finally a flickering light, on and off, off and on.

The wind, the creaking sound and the flickering light."

Rex: "Could it be Comet Tail's lamp?"

Narrator: "Though Rex.

Then he saw it. It wasn't Comet Tail's lamp. It was the light from a campfire at the children's campground. And it was the trees that were creaking in the wind."

Rex: "I knew that all along."

Narrator: "Sighed Rex. But now he chuffed on even more slowly.

Rex was at the bottom of a steep hill, and now he was completely lost. He didn't know what to do."

Rex: "I wish I could find the incline. And I wish I could be safe at home in the house with the other toys. And I wish."

Narrator: "Rex puffed quietly."

Rex: "I wish I could find Comet Tail's lamp. Perhaps then my wishes would come true."

Narrator: "Suddenly, he felt a rush of wind whip round his feet. Then, he heard the strangest creaking, croaking sound. And then, he saw a flickering light that flashed on and off, off and on. It came from the top of the hill. Rex gasped."

Rex: "It must be Comet Tail's lamp!"

Narrator: "He knew he had to go up the hill and find it. The wind whirred and stirred, the sound became and whooshing and a wheeshing, and the light flickered brighter and brighter.

Rex puffed to the top of the hill.

And there was Owlowiscious the Owl!

His wings made a wind that whirred and stirred. The sound whoosed and wheeshed as the blades spun around. And Owlowiscious' bright light flickered on and off, off and on.

Rex was very surprised."

Rex: "Owlowiscious!"

Narrator: "He gasped."

Owlowiscious: "Hello!"

Narrator: "Hummed Owlowiscious."

Owlowiscious: "I was dropping off some packages for the hill farms. What are you doing?"

Rex: "I'm lost."

Narrator: "Rex said."

Rex: "And I'm going to be very late to deliver the winches and wires to the incline."

Owlowiscious: "No problem, old buddy. I'll show you the way."

Narrator: "And Owlowiscious took to the air. His strong light shone brightly and showed Rex the right way to the incline.

Later, on his way home, Rex couldn't stop thinking about what had happened."

Rex: "Maybe."

Narrator: "Puffed Rex."

Rex: "You don't have to see the magic lamp for your wishes to come true. Maybe it's enough just to believe in it."

Sticky Taffy Spike

Narrator: "It was summertime in Ponyville. The animals were very busy. The children were having a big costume party, and there were lots of jobs to do. Pipsqueak collected the cakes and candies. Braeburn collected some sticky taffy to make taffy apples. And Spike took the tables and chairs.

When Spike delivered the tables and chairs, he saw some children. They were making costumes for the party."

Spike: "That looks like fun!"

Narrator: "Said Spike. Then Hoity Toity spoke to Spike."

Hoity Toity: "Spike, I would like you to give rides at the party."

Narrator: "Hoity Toity said."

Hoity Toity: "But first, you must go to the showers so you look your best."

Narrator: "Spike was delighted. He loved giving children rides. Spike puffed to the showers. He was thinking about the children and their costumes."

Spike: "I want to go to the party in costume too."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "Then I would really look my best."

Narrator: "Spike was covered in soapy suds. He was scrubbed and rubbed, rubbed and scrubbed. Then Pipsqueak arrived at the showers."

Pipsqueak: "You look like a giant bubble."

Narrator: "Peeped Pipsqueak."

Spike: "That's it!"

Narrator: "Puffed Spike."

Spike: "I'll go to the party as a giant bubble."

Narrator: "So Spike puffed quickly away still covered in bubbles.

He couldn't wait to show the children his costume. Then, there was trouble. The bubbles blew into his eyes. Spike couldn't see where he was going, and he bumped straight into the back of Braeburn. Braeburn's hoof was broken."

Spike: "Sorry."

Narrator: "Puffed Spike. Soon Hoity Toity arrived."

Hoity Toity: "Braeburn, you must go to the hospital."

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Braeburn: "If I don't take the sticky taffy to the party, the children won't be able to make taffy apples."

Narrator: "Moaned Braeburn."

Spike: "Please, sir."

Narrator: "Puffed Spike."

Spike: "I could take the sticky taffy to the children."

Hoity Toity: "Very well."

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "But no more trying to be in costume."

Narrator: "Soon, all the soapy bubbles were cleaned off Spike. And he puffed away."

Spike: "I must get the sticky taffy to the children on time."

Narrator: "Spike puffed. But he started to think about the costumes again.

Spike puffed up to the airport. And there, on the runway, was Seabreezie."

Spike: "That's it!"

Narrator: "Chuffed Thomas."

Spike: "I would look grand if I arrive at the party as a breezie."

Narrator: "Spike watched Seabreezie fly up into the sky. He thought about his costume for the party. He thought about it for a very long time."

Spike: "Oh no! I've been daydreaming."

Narrator: "Chuffed Spike."

Spike: "And now I'm late!"

Narrator: "Spike puffed as fast as he could. But he wasn't watching where he was going. Spike didn't notice that the points had changed. Spike puffed into the siding and biffed into the buffers. Sticky taffy splattered everywhere!"

Spike: "Oh, no!"

Narrator: "Moaned Spike."

Spike: "I can't give the children rides when I'm this messy. If only I'd been thinking about what I was doing."

Narrator: "Then, Spike saw an old route. This gave him an idea."

Spike: "A shortcut!"

Narrator: "Puffed Spike."

Spike: "If I go that way, I can still get the taffy to the party on time."

Narrator: "Spike puffed along the old route. It hadn't been used for a very long time. Trees hung over the path. And the bushes were overgrown. But Spike puffed carefully on. He knew he was late. So now, he wasn't thinking about costumes. He was only thinking about getting to the party on time. Spike bumped through the bushes and bashed through the branches, but he was still covered in sticky taffy. Leaves and twigs stuck to the sweet sticky goo."

Spike: "Must get to the party, must get to the party."

Narrator: "Spike puffed.

When Spike arrived at the party, he was covered from head to toe in leaves and twigs. Everyone cheered when they saw him."

Spike: "I've brought you the taffy."

Narrator: "Spike puffed sadly."

Spike: "But I'm too messy to give you rides."

Narrator: "The children cheered."

Children: "You're not messy. Just in costume. You looked the best of all."

Narrator: "Spike was very happy.

The party was a great success. And there was only one thing more popular than the sticky taffy apples. And that was Sticky Taffy Spike."

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