Pipsqueak's Predicaments is a My Little Pony/Thomas parody of ThomasandMichael's fan-made Thomas and Friends US video, Percy's Predicaments (This is also dedicated to him). It features one first season episode, four second season episodes, two third season episodes, and two fifth season episodes of Spike the Dragon and Friends narrated by George Carlin and Alec Baldwin.

Note: Since this is a MLP/Thomas parody of a fan-made Thomas video, it will not go under the Spike and Friends video releases category.


  • Spike as Thomas
  • Shining Armor as Edward
  • Filthy Rich as Henry
  • Big Macintosh as Gordon
  • Cranky Doodle Donkey as James
  • Pipsqueak as Percy
  • Braeburn as Toby
  • Gilda as Daisy
  • Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Changelings as The Troublesome Trucks
  • Angel as Bertie
  • Snips as Bill (not named)
  • Snails as Ben (not named)
  • Soarin as Duck (does not speak)
  • Apple Bloom as Annie (does not speak)
  • Sweetie Belle as Clarabel (does not speak)
  • Scootaloo as Henrietta (does not speak)
  • Princess Celestia as Lady Hatt (does not speak)
  • Discord as Diesel (cameo)
  • Gustave Le Grand as Cranky (cameo)
  • Goldie Delicious as Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
  • Everyone else as Themselves


  1. Pipsqueak Runs Away
  2. Pipsqueak and the Signal
  3. Pipsqueak Takes the Plunge
  4. Pipsqueak's Predicament
  5. Woolly Bear
  6. A Scarf for Pipsqueak
  7. Pipsqueak's Promise
  8. A Big Surprise For Pipsqueak


Pipsqueak Runs Away

Narrator: "Filthy Rich, Cranky and Big Mac were miserable. They had been shut up for several day for being naughty, and long to be let out again.

At last, Hoity Toity arrived."

Hoity Toity: "I hope you are sorry."

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "And that you understand that every job in the town is important. We have a new filly called Pipsqueak, who helps pull buffaloes, and Spike and Shining Armor have worked the main path nicely. But I will let you out now if you promise to work hard."

Filthy Rich, Big Macintosh and Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Said the three animals."

Filthy Rich, Big Macintosh and Cranky Doodle Donkey: "We will."

Hoity Toity: "That's good, but please remember that this no arrange nonsense must stop."

Narrator: "Hoity Toity then told Pipsqueak, Shining Armor and Spike that they can go and play on the branch path for a few days. And they ran off happily to find Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle at the junction.

The two fillies were very pleased to see Spike again.

Shining Armor and Pipsqueak played with the changelings."

Changelings: "Stop, stop, stop!"

Narrator: "Screamed the changelings, as they were pushed into their proper sidings, but the two ponies laughed and went on arranging till the changelings were tightly arranged.

Next, Shining Armor took some empty changelings to the quarry. Pipsqueak was left alone. He didn't mind that a bit. He liked watching animals and being cheeky to them."

Pipsqueak: "Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "He would call, and they got very cross.

After a great deal of arranging, Pipsqueak was waiting for the signalman to set the path so that he can get back to the yard. Pipsqueak was being rather careless and not paying attention. Shining Armor had warned Pipsqueak."

Shining Armor: "Be careful on the main path. Whistle to the signalman that you are there."

Narrator: "But Pipsqueak didn't remember to whistle, and so the busy signalman forgot him.

Pipsqueak waited and waited. The path was still against him so he couldn't move. Then he looked along the main path."

Pipsqueak: "Peep, peep!"

Narrator: "He whistled in horror, for rushing straight towards him was Big Macintosh with the express."

Big Macintosh: "Ohhh!"

Narrator: "Groaned Big Mac."

Big Macintosh: "Get out of my way!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak opened his eyes. Big Mac had stopped just a few inches from him. But Pipsqueak had began to move."

Pipsqueak: "I won't stay here. I'll run away!"

Narrator: "He puffed.

He ran straight through Shining Armor's station, and was so frightened that he ran right up Big Mac's hill without stopping.

After that, he was tired, but he couldn't stop. He had no driver to stop him."

Pipsqueak: "I want to stop, I want to stop."

Narrator: "He puffed.

The man in the signalbox saw that Pipsqueak was in trouble. So he kindly set the path. Pipsqueak puffed wearily onto a nice empty siding, ending in a big bank of earth. He was too tired now to care where he want."

Pipsqueak: "I want to stop, I want to stop. I have stopped."

Narrator: "He puffed thankfully."

Workmen: "Never mind, Pipsqueak."

Narrator: "Said the workmen, as they dug him out."

Workmen: "You shall have a drink and a snack, and then you'll feel better."

Narrator: "Presently, Big Mac arrived."

Big Macintosh: "Well done, Pipsqueak. You started so quickly that you stopped a nasty accident."

Pipsqueak: "I'm sorry I was cheeky."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak."

Big Macintosh: "You were clever to stop."

Narrator: "Replied Big Mac. Then Big Mac helped pull Pipsqueak out from the bank.

The two animals are now good friends, but Pipsqueak is always most careful when he goes out on the main path."

Pipsqueak and the Signal

Narrator: "Pipsqueak works in the yard at the big station.

He loves playing jokes, but they can get him into trouble.

One morning, he was very cheeky indeed."

Pipsqueak: "Hurry up, Big Mac, the buffaloes are ready!"

Narrator: "Big Mac thought he was late."

Pipsqueak: "Ha ha ha!"

Narrator: "Laughed Pipsqueak, and showed him a line of dirty changelings.

Big Macintosh thought how to get back at Pipsqueak for teasing him.

Next, it was Cranky's turn."

Pipsqueak: "Stay in the house today, Cranky. Hoity Toity will come and see you."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Ah,"

Narrator: "Thought Cranky."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Hoity Toity knows I'm a fine donkey. He wants me to deliver a special."

Narrator: "Cranky's driver and fireman could not make him move. The other animals grumbled dreadfully. They had to do Cranky's work as well as their own.

At last, the inspector arrived."

Inspector: "Show a hoof, Cranky. You can't stay here all day."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Hoity Toity told me to stay here. He sent a message this morning."

Inspector: "He did not. How could he? He's away for a week."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Oh!"

Narrator: "Said Cranky."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Oh! Where's Pipsqueak?"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak had wisely disappeared.

When Hoity Toity came back, he was cross with Cranky and Pipsqueak for causing so much trouble.

But the very next day, Pipsqueak was still being cheeky."

Pipsqueak: "I say, you animals, I'm to take some changelings to Spike's junction. Hoity Toity chose me especially. He must know I'm a really useful filly."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "More likely, he wants you out the way."

Narrator: "Grunted Cranky.

Big Mac looked across to Cranky. They were going to play a trick on Pipsqueak."

Big Macintosh: "Cranky and I were just speaking about signals at the junction. We can't be too careful about signals, but then, I needn't say that to a really useful filly like you, Pipsqueak."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak felt flattered."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "We have spoken of backing signals."

Narrator: "Put in Cranky."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "They need extra special care, you know. Would you like me to explain?"

Pipsqueak: "No thank you, Cranky."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "I know all about signals."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak was a little worried."

Pipsqueak: "I wonder what backing signals are."

Narrator: "He thought."

Pipsqueak: "Never mind, I'll manage."

Narrator: "He puffed crossly to his changelings, and felt better.

He came to a signal."

Pipsqueak: "Bother! It's at 'Danger'."

Narrator: "The signal moved to show 'Line Clear'. Its arm moved up, instead of down. Pipsqueak had never seen that sort of signal before."

Pipsqueak: "Down means 'Go', and up means 'Stop', so upper still must mean 'Go Back'. I know! It's one of those backing signals."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Come on, Pipsqueak!"

Narrator: "Said his driver."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Off we go. Stop! You're going the wrong way!"

Pipsqueak: "But it's a backing signal!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak protested, and told him about Big Mac and Cranky. The driver laughed, and explained."

Pipsqueak: "Oh, dear."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Let's start quickly before they see us."

Narrator: "He was too late. Big Mac saw everything.

That night, the big animals talked about signals.

They thought the subject was funny. Pipsqueak thought they were being very silly."

Pipsqueak Takes the Plunge

Narrator: "One day, Filthy Rich wanted to rest, but Pipsqueak was talking to some unicorns. He was telling them about the time he had braved bad weather to help Spike."

Pipsqueak: "It was raining hard. Water swirled under my body. I couldn't see where I was going, but I struggled on."

Snips: "Oh, Pipsqueak, you are brave."

Pipsqueak: "Well, it wasn't anything really. Water's nothing to a pony with determination."

Snails: "Tell us more, Pipsqueak."

Filthy Rich: "What are you unicorns doing here?"

Narrator: "Hissed Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "This house is for Hoity Toity's animals. Go away! Silly things!"

Narrator: "Filthy Rich snorted."

Pipsqueak: "They're not silly!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak had been enjoying himself."

Filthy Rich: "They are silly, and so are you. 'Water's nothing to a pony with determination.' Huh!"

Pipsqueak: "Anyway,"

Narrator: "Said cheeky Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "I'm not afraid of water. I like it."

Narrator: "He ran off to the harbor singing,"

Pipsqueak: "Once pony taking some buffaloes was afraid of a few drops of rain."

Filthy Rich: "No one ever lets me forget the time I wouldn't come out of the tunnel in case the rain spoiled my fur."

Narrator: "Huffed Filthy Rich.

Spike was looking at a board on the quay. DANGER!"

Spike: "We mustn't go past it."

Narrator: "He said."

Spike: "That's orders."

Pipsqueak: "Why?"

Spike: "Danger means falling down something."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "I went past danger once and fell down a mine."

Pipsqueak: "I can't see a mine."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak. He didn't know that the foundations of the quay had sunk. The path now sloped downward to the sea."

Pipsqueak: "Stupid board!"

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak. He made a plan.

One day, he whispered to the changelings."

Pipsqueak: "Will you give me a bump when we get to the quay?"

Narrator: "The changelings had never been asked to bumped an animal before. They giggled and chattered about it."

Pipsqueak: "Driver doesn't know my plan."

Narrator: "Chuckled Pipsqueak."

Changelings: "On! On! On!"

Narrator: "Laughed the changelings. Pipsqueak thought they were helping."

Pipsqueak: "I'll pretend to stop at the station, but the changelings will push me past the board. Then I'll make them stop. I can do that whenever I like."

Narrator: "Every wise animal knows that you cannot trust changelings."

Changelings: "Go on! Go on!"

Narrator: "They yelled, and bumped Pipsqueak's driver and fireman down to the ground."

Pipsqueak: "Ow!"

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak, sliding past the board. Pipsqueak was frantic."

Pipsqueak: "That's enough!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak was sunk."

Hoity Toity: "You are a very disobedient pony!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak knew that voice."

Pipsqueak: "Please sir, get me out, sir. I'm truly sorry, sir."

Hoity Toity: "No Pipsqueak, we cannot do that till high tide. I hope it will teach you to take care of yourself."

Pipsqueak: "Yes sir."

Narrator: "It was dark when they rescued Pipsqueak. He too cold and stiff to move by himself.

Next day, he was sent to the hospital on Filthy Rich's cart."

Filthy Rich: "Well! Well! Well!"

Narrator: "Chuckled Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "Did you like the water?"

Pipsqueak: "No!"

Filthy Rich: "I am surprise. You need more determination, Pipsqueak. Water's nothing to a pony with determination, you know. Perhaps you will like it better next time."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak is quite determined that there won't be a next time."

Pipsqueak's Predicament

Narrator: "Gilda the Griffon's work in the countryside was full of surprises, but she was frightened of bulls and cows, and she remained very lazy and stubborn.

One day, Braeburn brought Scootaloo to the station where Pipsqueak was grumpily shunting."

Braeburn: "Hello, Pipsqueak. I see Gilda's left the milk behind again."

Pipsqueak: "I'll have to make a special journey with it, I suppose. Anyone would think I'd nothing to do!"

Narrator: "Grumbled Pipsqueak."

Braeburn: "Tell you what,"

Narrator: "Replied Braeburn."

Braeburn: "I'll take the milk, you fetch my changelings."

Narrator: "The drivers and stationmaster agreed.

Pipsqueak had never been to the quarry before. He began ordering the changelings about."

Pipsqueak: "Hurry along!"

Narrator: "He said.

The changelings grumbled to each other."

Changelings: "This is Braeburn's place! Pipsqueak's got no right to poke his head in here and push us around."

Narrator: "They whispered and passed the word.

Changelings: "Pay Pipsqueak back! Pay Pipsqueak back!"

Pipsqueak: "Come along,"

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "No nonsense!"

Changelings: "We'll give him nonsense!"

Narrator: "Giggled the Changelings.

But they followed so quietly, that Pipsqueak thought they were under control.

Suddenly, they saw a notice ahead;

All animals stop to pin down brakes."

Pipsqueak: "Peep peep! Brakes, conductor, please!"

Narrator: "But before he could check them, the changelings surged ahead."

Changelings: "On! On!"

Narrator: "They yelled."

Pipsqueak: "Help! Help!"

Narrator: "Whistled Pipsqueak.

The man on duty rushed to warn traffic with his red flag, but was too late to switch Pipsqueak to the runaway siding.

Frantically trying to grip the road, Pipsqueak slid into the yard."

Pipsqueak: "Peep peep! Look out!"


Narrator: "Pipsqueak's driver and fireman had jumped clear, but Pipsqueak was stranded.

Next day, Hoity Toity arrived. Braeburn and Gilda had helped to clear the wreckage, but Pipsqueak remained on his perch of changelings."

Hoity Toity: "We must now try,"

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity,"

Hoity Toity: "To run the road with Braeburn and the griffon. You have put us in an awkward predicament, Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "I am sorry, sir."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak."

Hoity Toity: "You must stay there until we are ready."

Narrator: "Continued Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "And you really must be more careful with changelings."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak sighed. The changeling groaned beneath his hooves. He quite understood about awkward predicaments.

Hoity Toity spoke severely to Gilda, too."

Hoity Toity: "My animals work hard. I send lazy animals away."

Narrator: "Gilda was ashamed."

Hoity Toity: "However, Braeburn says you worked hard after Pipsqueak's accident, so you shall have another chance."

Gilda: "Thank you, sir."

Narrator: "Said Gilda."

Gilda: "I will work hard. Breaburn says he'll help me."

Hoity Toity: "Excellent. What Braeburn doesn't know about road problems isn't worth knowing. Our Breaburn's an experienced pony."

Narrator: "Next day, Spike came back, and Pipsqueak was sent to be mended.

Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle were delighted to see Spike again, and he took them for a run at once.

All are now friends, and Braeburn has taught Gilda a great deal. She shooed a cow off the line the other day all by herself. That shows you, doesn't it?"

Woolly Bear

Narrator: "In the summer, the workcrews cut the long grass along the roads, raking it into heaps to dry in the sun.

At this time of year, Pipsqueak stops where they have been cutting. The men give them to the changelings, and he takes them to the station.

Braeburn then takes them to the hills for the farmers to feed their stock."

Pipsqueak: "Wheesh!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak gave a ghostly whistle."

Pipsqueak: "Don't be frightened, Spike!"

Narrator: "He laughed."

Pipsqueak: "It's only me!"

Spike: "Your ugly fizz is enough to frighten anyone!"

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "You're like..."

Pipsqueak: "Ugly, indeed! I'm..."

Spike: "A white caterpillar with brown spots!"

Narrator: "Continued Spike firmly."

Spike: "You crawl like one, too."

Pipsqueak: "I don't!"

Spike: "Who's been late every afternoon this week?"

Pipsqueak: "It's the hay!"

Spike: "I can't help that."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "Time's time, and Hoity Toity's relying on me to keep it! I can't if you crawl about in the hay till all hours!"

Pipsqueak: "'White caterpillar' indeed!"

Narrator: "Fumed Pipsqueak, as he set off to collect some hay to take to the harbor."

Pipsqueak: "Everyone says I'm handsome, or at least nearly everyone. Anyway, my tail is better than Spike's scales. Spike says I'm always late."

Narrator: "He grumbled."

Pipsqueak: "I'm never late, or at least only a few minutes. What's that to Spike? He can always catch up time further on."

Narrator: "All the same, he and his driver decided to start home early.

Then came trouble."


"A crate of treacle was upset all over Pipsqueak.

Pipsqueak was cross.

He was still sticky when he puffed away.

The wind was blowing fiercely."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Look at that!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed the driver.

The wind caught the piled hay, tossing it up and over the road. The path climbed here."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Take a run at it, Pipsqueak!"

Narrator: "His driver advised.

Pipsqueak gathered speed, but the hay made the road slippery, and his hooves wouldn't grip. Time after time, he stalled with spinning hooves and had to wait till the path ahead was cleared before he could start again.

Everyone was waiting. Spike seethed impatiently."

Spike: "Ten minutes late! I warned him! Passengers will complain, and Hoity Toity..."

(Pipsqueak whistles)

Narrator: "Then, they all saw Pipsqueak. They laughed and shouted."

(Passengers laugh)

Pipsqueak: "Sorry I'm late!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak panted."

Spike: "Look what's crawled out of the hay!"

Narrator: "Teased Spike."

Pipsqueak: "What's wrong?"

Narrator: "Asked Pipsqueak."

Spike: "Talk about hairy caterpillars!"

Narrator: "Puffed Spike."

Spike: "It's worth being late to have seen you."

Narrator: "When Pipsqueak came home, his driver showed him what he looked like in a mirror."

Pipsqueak: "Bust my hooves! No wonder they all laughed. I'm just like a woolly bear! Please clean me before Braeburn comes."

Narrator: "But it was no good. Spike told Braeburn all about it.

Instead of talking about sensible things like playing ghosts, Spike and Braeburn made jokes about woolly bear caterpillars, and other creatures which crawl about in hay. They laughed a lot, but Pipsqueak thought they were being really silly indeed."

A Scarf for Pipsqueak

Narrator: "It was a cold winter's morning in Ponyville. The wind was bitter and the ground hard with frost. Spike and Pipsqueak were cold and cross."

Spike: "All I want is a warm body."

Narrator: "Huffed Spike."

Spike: "Firelighter knows that. He's late."

Pipsqueak: "He's not late."

Narrator: "Replied Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "This weather woke us up early."

Narrator: "Gusts of wind swirled round the library, tossing flakes of snow towards Spike. Then they swooshed around Pipsqueak too."

Pipsqueak: "Why don't we talk about something else?"

Narrator: "Shivered Pipsqueak."

Spike: "Yes."

Narrator: "Replied Spike."

Spike: "Like how silly we'll look when you heads turn into icicles."

Pipsqueak: "That's not funny. Maybe we'll stop feeling cold if we talk about warm things, like sunshine and steam."

Spike: "And firelighters."

Narrator: "Muttered Spike."

Pipsqueak: "Scarves!"

Narrator: "Continued Pipsqueak."

Spike: "Scarves."

Narrator: "Laughed Spike."

Spike: "That's what you need, Pipsqueak. A woolly scarf round your neck."

Narrator: "Spike was only teasing. But Pipsqueak thought happily about scarves until the firelighter came.

Hoity Toity was enjoying hot porridge for breakfast. He was looking forward to taking important visitors on a tour of the town, and had pressed his special trousers."

Hoity Toity: "I shall put them in my trunk."

Narrator: "Hoity Toity said to Princess Celestia."

Hoity Toity: "And change into them just before the photographs are taken."

Narrator: "Then he set off to catch his ride.

Pipsqueak was now working hard. His body was warm, and he had plenty of strength, but he still thought about scarves. He saw them everywhere he went."

Pipsqueak: "My neck's cold, my neck's cold."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Pipsqueak: "I want a scarf, I want a scarf."

Filthy Rich: "Rubbish, Pipsqueak."

Narrator: "Said Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "Ponies don't wear scarves."

Pipsqueak: "Ponies with proper necks do."

Narrator: "Replied Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Your neck is too big."

Narrator: "Before Filthy Rich could answer, Pipsqueak puffed away. Filthy Rich snorted. He was looking forward to pulling the special cart.

It was time for the photographs. Everyone was excited. Hoity Toity was waiting on the platform for his trousers. They were in a trunk amongst a big load of baggage. The porters were taking the baggage trolley across the line. They were walking backwards to see that nothing fell off.

Pipsqueak was still being cheeky. His driver always shut off steam just outside the station. Pipsqueak wanted to surprise the buffaloes by coming in as quietly as he could.

But the porters didn't here him either. Pipsqueak gave them such a fright that boxes and bags burst everywhere."

Pipsqueak: "Oh!"

Narrator: "Groaned Pipsqueak.

Sticky streams of jam trickled down Pipsqueak's face. A hat fell on his hoof. Worst of all, a pair of trousers coiled lovingly round his neck.

Everyone was a very angry. Hoity Toity seized the top hat."

Hoity Toity: "Mine!"

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "Pipsqueak, look at this!"

Pipsqueak: "Yes sir. I am sir."

Hoity Toity: "My best trousers too!"

Pipsqueak: "Yes sir. Please sir."

Hoity Toity: "We must pay the passengers for their spoiled clothes, and my trousers are ruined. I hope this will teach you not to play tricks with the buffaloes."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak went off to the yard. He felt very silly. On the way, he met Cranky."

Cranky Doodle Donkey: "Hello, Pipsqueak. So you found a scarf, eh? But legs go in trousers, not necks."

Narrator: "And he puffed off to tell Filthy Rich the news.

That evening, Spike and Pipsqueak were resting in the shed. Pipsqueak's driver had taken away the trousers and given Pipsqueak a good rubdown."

Spike: "Firelighter's promised to come early tomorrow."

Narrator "Said Spike. Filthy Rich arrived. He'd enjoyed taking the visitors around and now felt sorry for Pipsqueak too."

Filthy Rich: "Driver says the weather will be warmer tomorrow. You won't need a scarf, Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Certainly not."

Narrator: "Replied Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Ponies don't need scarves. Ponies need warm bodies. Everyone knows that."

Pipsqueak's Promise

Narrator: "Every summer, Ponyville is very busy. Holidaymakers love to sight see. When the weather is fine, there is no better place to visit. Some people like to go to the mountains, others like the valleys.

Children love the seaside.

One morning, Spike was puffing along the live that runs by the coast. His two fillies, Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle had children going to the beach. Everyone was happy.

Pipsqueak was taking some changelings to the harbor."

Pipsqueak: "Hello, Spike. You look cheerful. I wish I could take children today instead of changelings."

Spike: "They're the Vicar's Sunday School."

Narrator: "Explained Spike."

Spike: "I'm busy this evening, but the stationmaster says I can ask you to take the children home."

Pipsqueak: "Of course I will."

Narrator: "Promised Pipsqueak.

Later, Pipsqueak saw Owlowiscious."

Owlowiscious: "Sorry, Pipsqueak. Can't take talk. I'm on high alert."

Pipsqueak: "Why?"

Owlowiscious: "Bad weather's due. My help's always needed. Mind how you go, Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Pah!"

Narrator: "Huffed Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "As long as I've got a path to walk on, I can go anywhere in any weather anyhow. Goodbye."

Shining Armor: "Be careful."

Narrator: "Warned Shining Armor."

Shining Armor: "There's a storm coming."

Pipsqueak: "A promise is a promise."

Narrator: "Thought Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "No matter what the weather."

Narrator: "The children had a lovely day, but by tea time, dark clouds loomed ahead.

Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle were glad when Pipsqueak arrived. He was just in time. The rain streamed down Pipsqueak's body."

Pipsqueak: "Ugh!"

Narrator: "He shivered, and thought of his nice dry library.

Pipsqueak struggled on past coastal villages and into the countryside.

The river was rising fast."

Pipsqueak: "I wish I could see, I wish I could see!"

Narrator: "Complained Pipsqueak, as he battled against the rain. More trouble lay ahead."

Pipsqueak: "Oh!"

Narrator: "Hissed Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "The water is sloshing my body."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak's driver and fireman had to find some more hot drinks."

Pipsqueak's Fireman: "I'll have some of your hot drinks, please."

Narrator: "Said the fireman to the conductor."

Conductor: "I only made it this morning."

Narrator: "Grumbled the conductor, but he still helped.

Soon, Pipsqueak felt warm and comfortable again. Then he saw Owlowiscious."

Pipsqueak: "Oh dear!"

Narrator: "Thought Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Owlowiscious' come to laugh at me."

Narrator: "Something thudded onto Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "Ow!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "He needn't throw things."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "It's a parachute."

Narrator: "Laughed his driver."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Owlowiscious' dropping hot drinks for us."

Pipsqueak: "Thank you, Owlowiscious."

Narrator: "Whistled Pipsqueak."

Owlowiscious: "Good to be of service."

Narrator: "Replied Owlowiscious, and buzzed away.

The water lapped Pipsqueak's hooves. Pipsqueak was losing strength again, but he plunged bravely on."

Pipsqueak: "I promised."

Narrator: "He panted."

Pipsqueak: "I promised."

Narrator: "He made one more big effort, and at last exhausted but triumphant, he brought everyone home."

Spike: "Well done, Pipsqueak!"

Narrator: "Cheered Spike."

Spike: "You kept your promise despite everything."

Narrator: "Hoity Toity arrived with Owlowiscious. First he thanked the men, then Pipsqueak."

Hoity Toity: "Owlowiscious told me you were, um, a wizard. He says he can beat you at some things, but not at being a submarine. I don't know what you two get up to sometimes, but I do know that you're a Really Useful Filly."

Pipsqueak: "Oh, sir."

Narrator: "Whispered Pipsqueak happily."

A Big Surprise For Pipsqueak

Narrator: "Pipsqueak had been working in the coal yards. He was feeling bored and lonely with only the silly changelings for company."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Cheer up, Pipsqueak."

Narrator: "Said his driver."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Hoity Toity has told me that we must be here again tomorrow. We've just got to get the best of a bad situation."

Pipsqueak: "I'll try, sir."

Narrator: "Sighed Pipsqueak.

Next morning, the changelings started teasing Pipsqueak."

Changelings: "Pipsqueak, Pipsqueak, white and small, he's no use to us at all, around the yards he'll puff and blow, but on the hills, he's oh so slow!"

Pipsqueak: "Be quiet!"

Narrator: "Then he took the changelings to the coal hopper to be loaded up.

Pipsqueak still felt glum as he puffed up to the top of the hill.

He parked his changelings, and then set off back down to the mines. Not even the cheerful sight of Angel the Rabbit could bring a smile to Pipsqueak's face."

Angel: "What's the matter, Pipsqueak?"

Narrator: "Asked Angel."

Pipsqueak: "Nothing exciting ever happens. That's the matter."

Narrator: "Sighed Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "It's just, coal, coal, coal! And changelings, changelings, changelings! I'm bored, bored, bored!"

Angel: "Excitement is surprising."

Narrator: "Observed Angel."

Angel: "You never know when it'll happen. Overwise, it wouldn't be exciting. Toodle peep!"

Pipsqueak: "It would be surprising if something surprising happened."

Narrator: "Muttered Pipsqueak.

Later, he stopped by the water fountain for a drink."

Braeburn: "Hello, Pipsqueak. How are things?"

Narrator: "Asked Braeburn."

Pipsqueak: "Boring!"

Braeburn: "Well, why not have a few spins on a turntable? You'll like that."

Narrator: "Said Braeburn."

Pipsqueak: "I think it'll just make me giddy."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak's driver interrupted."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Stop gossiping, you two!"

Braeburn: "Cheer up, Pipsqueak. You'll soon know more about changelings than any other animal. That'll be exciting."

Narrator: "Called Braeburn.

The changelings were still grumbling, and there was more of them than ever."

Changelings: "You much too small to pull all of us. We want another animal that will be struggling up the hill all night! All night, all right, you can puff and blow, but on the hill, you're still too slow! Ha, ha!"

Pipsqueak: "S-Slow yourself!"

Narrator: "Stuttered Pipsqueak."

Changelings: "Temper, temper."

Narrator: "Giggled the changelings. Pipsqueak decided to simply carry on."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "Go to it, Pipsqueak!"

Narrator: "Shouted the driver. The changelings were still joking."

Changelings: "Too slow! More power! Here all night! Tomorrow too!"

Pipsqueak: "Be quiet!"

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak angrily. Then, there was trouble. A rope broke."

Changelings: "Surprise, surprise! Catch us if you can!"

Pipsqueak: "Oh no!"

Narrator: "Cried Pipsqueak

Pipsqueak's driver told the signalman, and the yard foreman told Hoity Totiy what was happening."

Yard Foreman: "They're heading for the big hill. It'll slow them down, but they may roll back again, right into the village."

Hoity Toity: "Then we'll just have to stop them, won't we?"

Narrator: "The chase was on.

As they approached the hill, they overtook the changelings. Hoity Toity and Angel screeched to a halt, and waited for them near the top.

The hill slowed the changelings right down to a stand still. Then the men quickly put wooden blocks behind their feet so they couldn't roll backwards. The changelings were now secured.

Just then, Pipsqueak arrived."

Angel: "Well, what do you think of that?"

Narrator: "Joked Angel."

Angel: "A good chase is always exciting."

Pipsqueak: "It was certainly a surprise."

Narrator: "Decided Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "And you were right, Angel. A really useful filly should never be surprised by surprise."

Put Upon Pipsqueak

Narrator: "Pipsqueak puffed grumpily into the yards. He was feeling put upon and said so."

Pipsqueak: "I feel put upon."

Narrator: "He complained to Spike. Spike was confused."

Spike: "Put upon what? The road?"

Pipsqueak: "No. Put upon with work. Driver says he is, too."

Spike: "Put upon. What a silly saying!"

Narrator: "Replied Spike. But Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle liked it, and they sang about it, too."

Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle: "Pipsqueak's been put upon, put upon, put upon. Pipsqueak's been put upon, poor old Pipsqueak!"

Pipsqueak: "Pipsqueak is being put upon. I am! I am! I am!"

Narrator: "He collect metal from the foundry, coal from the yards, flour from the mills, rock from the quarries and fuel from the depot. Then he delivered it all to the docks.

Next, he collected some empty changelings."

Changelings: "Who's this dirty little filly?"

Narrator: "Cried the changelings."

Changelings: "We want Spike or Soarin!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak ignored them."

Pipsqueak: "Put upon, put upon, that's what I am!"

Narrator: "That night, all the animals laughed at him."

Spike: "We can see what's been put upon you!"

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Hoity Toity: "Silence!"

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "Pipsqueak, you've done a good day's work. Now get a good night's rest."

Pipsqueak: "Yes, sir. Thank you, sir."

Narrator: "Next morning, he took some changelings to the coal yards. Then he had to push empty changelings to the mine shaft. When he arrived, there was trouble. The foreman spoke to his driver."

Foreman: "The changelings are stuck on the mechanism. All they need is a good push."

Pipsqueak's Driver: "We'll do it right away."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak walked back to where a large canvas barrier was used to protect his path from loose rocks. Pipsqueak charged at the line of changelings too fast and too hard."

Pipsqueak: "Oh no!"

Narrator: "Gasped Pipsqueak.

The changelings broke free but ran out of controls to the mines below."

Changelings: "On, on! Faster, faster!"

Narrator: "The silly changelings yelled.

Then there was trouble again."

(Changelings crash)

(Siren goes off)

Miner: "Get out of here fast! The mine's collapsing!"

Pipsqueak's Driver: "We'll just have to make a run for it, Pipsqueak."

Narrator: "Called his driver."

Pipsqueak: "There's going to be an avalanche!"

Narrator: "Wailed Pipsqueak. And he was right. Worse still, the path his was on began to crumble."

Pipsqueak: "Oh help!"

Narrator: "Wailed Pipsqueak.

Then he remembered something he had seen earlier."

Pipsqueak: "There's a canvas barrier by the path. That might save us."

Narrator: "There were just in time.

Pipsqueak was right. The canvas did indeed save them. But the miners didn't know that."

Foreman: "The avalanche has buried a filly and its crew."

Narrator: "Shouted the foreman."

Foreman: "We must help them."

Narrator: "When Pipsqueak had been rescued, Hoity Toity spoke to his driver and fireman, then to Pipsqueak."

Hoity Toity: "Driver told me how brave you were, Pipsqueak. As a reward, you will be refured at the works."

Pipsqueak: "Oh thank you, sir!"

Narrator: "When he returned, Pipsqueak's fur glistened in the sun."

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

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Spike: "You were certainly put upon by that avalanche."

Pipsqueak: "Yes, indeed. But just look at my new fur. Now, I don't mind that being put upon me."

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