Mind That Bike is the twenty-sixth episode of the fourth season of RS Mr. Conductor the Conductor and Friends, and the one hundred and fourth episode overall. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode of the same name.
- RS Mr. Conductor (from Shining Time Station) as Thomas
- Bart (from The Simpsons) as Percy
- Mr. Higgins (from Arthur) as Tom Tipper
- Ten Cents (from TUGS) as Bertie (does not speak)
- Schemer (from Shining Time Station) as James (cameo)
- Spike (from My Little Pony: Friendship) as Duck (cameo)
- GC Mr. Conductor (from Shining Time Station) as Oliver (cameo)
- Patty (from The Simpsons) as Annie (cameo)
- Selma (from The Simpsons) as Clarabel (cameo)
- Toad (from Mario) as Toad (cameo)
- Fuzzy Lumpkins (from The Powerpuff Girls) as Bulgy (cameo)
- Lazy Luke (from Wacky Races) as Jem Cole (cameo)
- Didi Pickles (from Rugrats) as The Refreshment Lady (cameo)
- Chief Wiggum (from The Simpsons) as The Dryaw Policeman (cameo)
- Mayor Adam West (from Family Guy) as Sir Topham Hatt (mentioned)
- Everyone else as Themselves
Narrator: "If one morning you were to ride on Ten Cents the Tug, you would run down the winding river with him, go under stone-walled bridges, and travel past RS Mr. Conductor's route. Then, you would hear Ten Cents' friendly greeting as he sees one of his friends pass by.
His name is Mr. Higgins, the Postman.
Every day, Mr. Higgins trundles cheerfully around TV Land.
He stops at stations, collecting letters and parcels from RS Mr. Conductor's and Bart's mail bags.
Then, he delivers the mail to farms and cottages far and wide.
The TV characters know that anywhere their paths won't reach, Mr. Higgins will collect their mail and deliver it safely, come rain or shine.
He's always ready to load mail bags for RS Mr. Conductor and Bart, too."
Bart: "Thank you, Mr. Higgins."
Narrator: "Whistles Bart."
RS Mr. Conductor: "Yes, indeed."
Narrator: "Agrees RS Mr. Conductor."
RS Mr. Conductor: "You're a really useful postman."
Mr. Higgins: "Ah,"
Narrator: "Replies Mr. Higgins."
Mr. Higgins: "But where would I be without my van? We make a grand pair."
Narrator: "One day, Mr. Higgins wasn't at the platform. A postman they didn't know dumped the bags on the platform and disappeared."
Bart: "What happened to Mr. Higgins?"
Narrator: "Wondered Bart."
Bart's Driver: "And his old van?"
Narrator: "Said his driver."
Bart's Driver: "No wonder the new postman looks cross. Trying to carry mail bags on a bicycle would make anyone miserable."
Narrator: "Next morning, the TV characters were glad to see Mr. Higgins back again. But he looked very sad."
Mr. Higgins: "Postmaster decided my van was too expensive to run. The rounds take longer on my bike. I'm sorry, I can't stop to help you."
Bart: "I wish I could cheer Mr. Higgins up."
Narrator: "Sighed Bart Simpson. He was just wondering about how this might be done, when his thoughts were rudely interrupted. A man was shouting at Mr. Higgins."
Man: "You've got to come back to Mayor Adam West's office. He needs you to sign some important papers right away."
Mr. Higgins: "Oh, dear."
Narrator: "Replied Mr. Higgins."
Mr. Higgins: "This is going to make me later still!"
Narrator: "He was in a hurry, and being careless. He propped his bike against Bart's mail bag and rushed away."
Narrator: "Cried Bart. But Mr. Higgins was out of sight. There was worse to come. Bart's driver hadn't seen the bike and he started away."
Bart: "Oh, no!"
Narrator: "Cried Bart."
Bart: "Now there'll be trouble!"
Narrator: "And there was. Bart's driver quickly stopped.
Everyone came running to the scene. Mr. Higgins' bicycle was in pieces!"
Bart: "I'm sorry, Mr. Higgins!"
Narrator: "Apologized Bart."
Mr. Higgins: "Never mind, Bart."
Narrator: "Said Mr. Higgins."
Mr. Higgins: "It wasn't your fault. But now I've only my legs to get the mail delivered. Whatever will happen next?"
Narrator: "Mr. Higgins soon found out. Next day, he was waiting happily for Bart."
Bart: "Peep peep!"
Narrator: "Whistled Bart."
Bart: "Is that a smart new van I see?"
Mr. Higgins: "It is indeed. That accident did me a good turn, Bart. My chief decided a new van would do the job, much better than another bike and worth the expense. Now I can always be on time again."
Bart: "So I did help."
Narrator: "Beamed Bart."
Bart: "But by accident as you might say."