Haunted Wallace is the eleventh episode of the fifth season of Sonic the Hedgehog and Friends. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode, Haunted Henry.
- Wallace (from Wallace and Gromit) as Henry
- Mario (from Mario) as Edward
- Goombas (from Mario) as Troublesome Trucks
- Donkey Kong (from Mario) as Gordon (Non-Speaking Role)
- Chef (from South Park) as Old Bailey The Fogman
- Sonic (from Sonic) as Thomas (Cameo)
- Princess Peach and Princess Daisy (from Mario) as Annie and Clarabel (Cameo)
- Rabbit (from Winnie the Pooh) as James (Cameo)
- Mr. Garrison (from South Park) as Sir Topham Hatt
Narrator: "It was a moonlit night. Wallace was taking some Goombas to the station by the lake."
Mario: "Whenever that owl hoots, a mist rolls in."
Narrator: "Murmured Mario."
Mario: "There's a legend that when the mist's about, there's a ghost about, too. Take care on the old line, Wallace."
Wallace: "Stupid bird."
Narrator: "Said Wallace."
Wallace: "Owls, mist, ghosts, Mario's going soft in the head. There's no mist."
Narrator: "But Wallace was wrong."
Wallace: "What's that?"
Narrator: "Cried Wallace."
Wallace's Driver: "It's an amber lamp."
Narrator: "Murmured his driver."
Wallace's Driver: "That means 'proceed with caution'.
Narrator: "No one replied.
Wallace crept slowly forward. He stopped by a tree. It had a sign nailed to it. 'BEWARE OF THE BRIDGE'.
The Driver was surprised."
Wallace'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."
Narrator: "Exclaimed Wallace."
Wallace: "Mario was right!"
Wallace's Driver: "Something very strange is happening."
Narrator: "Said his driver."
Wallace's Driver: "I think it's best we go back."
Wallace: "So do I!"
Narrator: "Agreed Wallace.
By morning, the mist had cleared. A Workman was talking about the unsafe bridge."
Workman: "Lucky you didn't cross it last night."
Wallace's Driver: "Yes, but we don't know who warned us!"
Narrator: "Replied Wallace's Driver.
Later that day, he spoke to Wallace."
Wallace's Driver: "The bridge has been repaired. We can take the Goombas back along the old line tonight."
Narrator: "Wallace didn't really want to.
But when nightfall came, he was sizzling nicely. Suddenly, an owl hooted, and then Donkey Kong thundered by."
Goomba: "Oh, look, Wallace's spooked."
Narrator: "Said a goomba and the others giggled in their silly way."
Wallace: "Be quiet!"
Narrator: "Snapped Wallace."
Wallace: "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."
Wallace's Driver: "Here we go."
Narrator: "Said Wallace's Driver.
Then, unbeknown to Wallace, the gates mysteriously closed by themselves, and the light went red. The Goombas had seen everything, and they were spooked."
Goombas: "Faster! Faster! There's a ghost about!"
Wallace: "Stop! Stop!"
Narrator: "Yelled Wallace."
(Wallace and the Goombas crash though the gate)
"A mysterious figure watched Wallace go by. Ahead was a landslide blocking the line. Wallace braked hard, but the goombas hit some of the rubble and plunged into the ravine."
"Just then, Wallace's driver saw a strange sight. coming towards them."
Wallace's Driver: "What's that?"
Narrator: "He said, The Fireman laughed."
Wallace's Fireman: "That's our ghost. It's Chef McElroy, the Fogman."
Narrator: " Chef McElroy was very cross."
Chef: "I tried to warn you about the bridge. Why didn't you pay attention?"
Wallace's Driver: "We're sorry."
Narrator: "Replied the Driver."
Wallace's Driver: "Is there anything we can do to thank you?"
Chef: "I'd like to operate that old station. If you let me, I promise it won't spook Wallace again."
Narrator: "And in a little while, Chef's wish was granted."
Mr. Garrison: "You and your station will be really useful."
Narrator: "Said Mr. Garrison."
Mr. Garrison: "Let's hear a hearty 'thank you' to the friendliest, uh, ghost in TV Land."
Narrator: "Everyone cheered, Especially Wallace, who was the happiest of all."