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The RS Mr. Conductor and Friends version of Rock 'n' Roll and Other Stories is a Disney/Thomas parody of the Thomas UK/AUS video of the same name. It features eight fourth season episodes of RS Mr. Conductor the Conductor and Friends narrated by Michael Angelis.

Cast

  • RS Mr. Conductor (from Shining Time Station) as Thomas
  • Homer (from The Simpsons) as Henry
  • Garfield (from Garfield and Friends) as Gordon
  • Schemer (from Shining Time Station) as James
  • Bart (from The Simpsons) as Percy
  • Grandpa Dave (from Arthur) as Toby
  • Spike (from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic) as Duck
  • Franklin (from Franklin) as Skarloey
  • Rabbit (from Franklin) as Rheneas
  • Cat (from Little Bear) as Sir Handel/Falcon
  • Bear (from Franklin) as Peter Sam/Stuart
  • Owl (from Little Bear) as Rusty
  • Fox (from Franklin) as Duncan
  • Grandpa Abe Simpson (from The Simpsons) as Duke
  • Stewie (from Family Guy) as Smudger
  • Flowers (from Alice in Wonderland) as The Coaches
  • Changelings (from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic) as The Narrow Gauge Trucks
  • Budgie (from Budgie the Little Helicopter) as Harold
  • Mayor Adam West (from Family Guy) as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Captain Star (from TUGS) as The Mid-Sodor Railway Manager
  • Stu Pickles (from Rugrats) as The Portly Man
  • Eustace (from Courage the Cowardly Dog) as Jeremiah Jobling (cameo)
  • Phil (from Rugrats) as Stephen Hatt (cameo)
  • Mrs. Twombly (from Littlest Pet Shop (2012)) as Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
  • Lazy Luke (from Wacky Races) as Jem Cole (cameo)
  • Orson (from Garfield/US Acres) as Farmer Trotter (cameo)
  • Mr. Burns (from The Simpsons) as Diesel (mentioned)
  • Merlin (from The Sword in the Stone) as Sir Robert Norramby (indirectly mentioned)
  • Everyone else as Themselves

Episodes

  1. Gransimpson
  2. Sleeping Beauty
  3. Bulldog
  4. A Bad Day for Cat
  5. Changelings
  6. Home at Last
  7. Rock 'n' Roll
  8. Special Head

Transcript

Gransimpson

Narrator: "One winter's night, when the cold wind blew, the TV Characters found it hard to sleep."

Grandpa Dave: "What we need..."

Narrator: "Suggested Grandpa Dave,"

Grandpa Dave: "Is to listen to a story."

Bart: "A mysterious story."

Narrator: "Said Bart."

Spike: "But,"

Narrator: "Added Spike,"

Spike: "It must have a happy ending."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Driver told me a story,"

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor. So everyone listened."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Once upon a time,"

Narrator: "Began RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "There were three little characters, who lived in their own little house on their own little land. Their names were Abe Simpson, Bear and Cat. Abe was the oldest, and was named after his grace, the Abraham of TV Land. He was proud of this, and loved to keep the younger characters in order.

Whenever they did anything that Abe thought wrong, he would say,"

Abe Simpson: "That would never suit his grace."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Other characters came and went, but Abe outlasted them all.

Bear and Cat used to call him 'Gransimpson.' They were fond of him, but they got very tired of hearing all about 'his grace'.

Sometimes they would tease him and chant,"

Cat and Bear: "Characters come and characters go, Gransimpson goes on forever."

Abe Simpson: "You impertinent scallywags!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Abe would say."

Abe Simpson: "Whatever are you characters coming to?"

Bear: "Never mind, Gransimpson. We're only young once."

Abe Simpson: "Well, you better mind. Unless you want to end up like Stewie."

Cat: "Oh, Gransimpson? Whatever happened?"

Abe Simpson: "Stewie,"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Said Abe,"

Abe Simpson: "Was a show-off!

He rode roughly and often came off of the road.

I warned him to be careful, but he took no notice."

Stewie: "Listen, Abraham, who worries about a few spills?"

Abe Simpson: "'We do here,' I said, but Stewie just laughed."

Stewie: "He he he he he!"

Abe Simpson: "Until one day, Captain Star said he was going to make him useful at last. Stewie stopped laughing then."

Bear: "Why? W-w-what did he do?"

Abe Simpson: "He turned him into a generator. He's still out there behind our house. He'll never move again."

RS Mr. Conductor: "After that, Bear and Cat became really useful characters, and all three were happy together for many years.

Then, hard times came. The companies near the hills closed, and the land was closed, too. People came to buy the characters."

Passengers: "We'll take Bear and Cat."

RS Mr. Conductor: "No one wanted Abe. They thought him 'Too old'."

Bear: "Cheer up, Gransimpson."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Called Bear."

Bear: "We'll find you some nice land, and then you can come and keep us in order."

RS Mr. Conductor: "They tried to be brave and cheerful, but no one really thought their dreams would come true.

Abe's driver and fireman polished and greased him one last time. They sheeted him snugly, and said good-bye. They had to go away and find work. Abe was alone."

Abe Simpson: "Oh, well."

RS Mr. Conductor: "He sighed."

Abe Simpson: "I'll go to sleep. It'll help to pass the time."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Winter torrents washed soil from the hills. Trees and bushes grew all around. You wouldn't have known a house was there, let alone an old man asleep inside."

Bart: "That's not a happy ending!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Bart."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Ah,"

Narrator: "Murmured RS Mr. Conductor sleepily."

RS Mr. Conductor: "There will be one, but that will have to wait until next time."

Sleeping Beauty

Narrator: "It was a beautiful moonlit night in TV Land. The day's work was done and all the TV Characters puffed safely home."

Bart: "RS Mr. Conductor,"

Narrator: "Whispered Bart."

Bart: "Will you tell us the end of the story?"

RS Mr. Conductor: "You mean the one about Abe Simpson the Lost Man?"

Homer: "Exactly."

Narrator: "Said Homer."

Schemer: "But,"

Narrator: "Added Schemer."

Schemer: "Please remind us of the story so far."

Narrator: "So RS Mr. Conductor began and here is the rest of the story he told."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Abe Simpson was old and lived with two young animals called Bear and Cat. They teased Abe and called him 'Gransimpson', but they were happy together.

Then, their land was closed down and the young animals went away. Abe was left alone in the house. He went to sleep and everything around him changed. But Abe was never forgotten.

Years went by until one day not long ago, visitors came to see Mayor Adam West."

Visitors: "We want to find Abe Simpson."

RS Mr. Conductor: "They said."

Visitors: "And make him happy again."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Maps lay everywhere."

Stu Pickles: "If we follow the old road shown here on the map."

RS Mr. Conductor: "They said."

Stu Pickles: "We'll travel north of the village and then into the mountains. And look. There's the sign for the old station. If Abe's anywhere, he's there."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Everyone set off to the mountains far away.

The days went by, the search grew harder, but the rescuers wouldn't give up."

Rescuers: "Let's go this way."

RS Mr. Conductor: "They said.

But there was still no sign of Abe."

Rescuers: "He's here somewhere."

RS Mr. Conductor: "They said. They scrambled over hills, struggled over ditches.

At last their search ended,

(Crash!)

Quite by accident."

Stu Pickles: "We found him! We found our sleeping beauty."

Abe Simpson: "Excuse me?"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Enquired Abe."

Abe Simpson: "Are you a vandal? Driver told me vandals break and smash things."

Rescuers: "Bless you, no."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Laughed the rescuers."

Stu Pickles: "We dropped in because we couldn't find your door. Cat and Bear will be pleased to see you."

Abe Simpson: "So they did remember."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Sighed Abe happily.

Then they all set off for Abe's new home.

Bear and Cat were ready for a big welcome."

Cat and Bear: "He's here."

RS Mr. Conductor: "They whispered."

Cat and Bear: "Sh! Sh!"

Abe Simpson: "You woke me up!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Grumbled Abe."

Abe Simpson: "In my young days, characters were..."

Bear: "Seen and not heard, Gransimpson, we know."

Cat: "We're all be back at work tomorrow. We're glad you've come back. We can keep you in order now."

Abe Simpson: "Keep me in order? Be off with you! Impertinent scallywags!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Murmured Abe. But his old eyes twinkled, and for the first time in years, he smiled as he dozed in the sun.

And that,"

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Is the whole story. Did you like it?"

Other TV Characters: "Yes indeed."

Narrator: "Agreed the TV characters."

Other TV Characters: "Especially the happy ending."

Narrator: "And soon, they were all asleep too."

Bulldog

Narrator: "One morning, Bart was impatience. He was wearing a new shirt and long for everyone to see it. The other TV Characters were still dozing, but not Bart."

Bart: "Driver should be here by now. What's he doing?"

Garfield: "Sleeping."

Narrator: "Grunted Garfield."

Bart: "But that means I'll be late. The flowers will be waiting and the passengers will get cross."

Homer: "Rubbish!"

Narrator: "Huffed Homer."

Schemer: "It's still early."

Narrator: "Added Schemer."

Schemer: "You just want to show off."

Bart: "No I don't!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Never Bart."

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "It'll soon be time for work. But be careful, or you might run into danger and Abe Simpson is not here to save you."

Grandpa Dave: "A--A-Abe?"

Narrator: "Stuttered Grandpa Dave."

Grandpa Dave: "You mean our hero?"

Narrator: "A large painting of Abe hung in the house."

RS Mr. Conductor: "The very same."

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Driver told me the story. Listen."

Narrator: "And this is the story RS Mr. Conductor told them."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Long ago, Bear and Cat used to work with Abe on his old land, but Cat still had a lot to learn. Captain Star came to see him."

Captain Star: "Cat, I'm pleased with your work so far. Now you must learn the difficult part of the path. We call it "The Mountain Road"."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Cat was excited."

Cat: "Yes, please, sir."

Captain Star: "So tomorrow,"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Continued Captain Star."

Captain Star: "When you have some new fur, you will go on it. Abe Simpson will explain everything."

Cat: "Huh!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Thought Cat."

Cat: "Abe's an old fusspot!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Next day came."

Abe Simpson: "Listen."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Warned Abe."

Abe Simpson: "The mountain road is difficult. I'll lead."

Cat: "No."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Replied Cat."

Cat: "I'll lead. How can I learn the route with you lumbering ahead and blocking the view?"

Abe Simpson: "Suit yourself."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Said Abe."

Abe Simpson: "But never mind the view. Look at the path."

RS Mr. Conductor: "The characters set off."

Abe Simpson: "Look at the path."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Puffed Abe."

Abe Simpson: "Never mind the view."

Cat: "Fusspot, fusspot!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Replied Cat."

Cat: "Fuddy-duddy, fuddy-duddy, fuddy-duddy!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "The character' speed grew slower and slower."

Cat: "Don't dawdle, don't dawdle!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Urged Cat."

Abe Simpson: "No hurry, no hurry."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Puffed Abe.

Soon they approach the tunnel. Cat didn't like the tunnel. It was curved and he couldn't see."

Cat: "I want to get out! I want to get out!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "He sighed. One moment, everything seemed safe. But then suddenly...

Cat hung dangerously over the edge.

Abe bravely held on with all of his strength."

Abe Simpson: "Stop shaking!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "He called."

Abe Simpson: "I can't hold you if you shake."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Abe's driver and fireman worked quickly to make the two characters safe again.

Then came more trouble."

Abe's Fireman: "Water!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Cried Abe's fireman."

Abe's Fireman: "Abe needs water quickly!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Luckily there was a workman's cottage nearby. Soon everyone was passing jugs, buckets, kettles and saucepans filled with water until Abe's thirst was quenched. All the while, Abe was building more strength. At last, with everyone's help, he was able to pull Cat back onto the path.

Then they started off once more.

Captain Star was waiting at the top station. He apologized with the accident."

Passengers: "Your Abe,"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Said the passengers."

Passengers: "is a hero. He stood firm like a bulldog and wouldn't like go."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Cat was grateful too."

Cat: "Thank you for saving me, Abe. I don't know why you bothered after I've been so rude."

Abe Simpson: "Oh well,"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Replied Abe."

Abe Simpson: "You just had some new fur. It would've been a pity if you felled down the mountain and spoiled them."

A Bad Day for Cat

Narrator: "Franklin and Rabbit work on the land that weaves around lakes, and mountain sides. Their flowers have many visitors, and the animals are proud to run the path, come rain or shine.

The animals will never let their passengers down, but they are old and they tire more easily.

Their drivers understood this, and they spoke kindly to them."

Franklin and Rabbit's Drivers: "There's more than enough work for both of you on this land. The manager is sending two more animals to help us run the path."

Narrator: "Franklin and Rabbit were pleased with this news, and promised to give the new animals a big welcome.

When Cat and Bear arrived, they found that they had much to learn."

Cat: "What a small cottage."

Narrator: "Grunted Catt."

Cat: "This won't do at all. We're much too smart for this old shack."

Bear: "I think it's nice."

Narrator: "Said Bear."

Cat: "Humph."

Narrator: "Replied Cat."

Cat: "What's that rubbish?"

Bear: "Shhh."

Narrator: "Said Bear."

Bear: "That's Franklin. He's famous."

Narrator: "And then he whispered to Franklin."

Bear: "I'm sorry, Franklin. Cat's upset now, but he's quite nice, really."

Narrator: "Franklin felt sorry for Bear."

Cat's Fireman: "Now, Cat,"

Narrator: "Said the fireman,"

Cat's Fireman: "I will get you ready for work."

Cat: "I'm tired! Let Bear go; he'd love it!"

Cat's Fireman: "No, you're first!"

Narrator: "Cat puffed away to fetch his flowers. He didn't like the look of them at all."

Cat: "Whatever next? Those aren't flowers, they're weeds!"

Flowers: "Oh!"

Narrator: "Screamed the Flowers."

Flowers: "What a horrid cat!"

Cat: "It's not what I'm used to."

Narrator: "Clanked Cat.

He rolled to the platform just as Garfield arrived."

Grumpy: "Hello, who are you?"

Garfield: "I'm Garfield. Who are you?"

Cat: "I'm Cat. I've heard of you. You're an express TV character. So am I, but I'm used to smart flowers, not these weeds! Do you have smart flowers? I see you do."

Garfield: "We must have a chat."

Cat: "Sorry, I can't stop. Must keep time, you know."

Narrator: "Garfield was speechless!

Clouds of steam filled the air as Cat huffed and puffed along the line.

He was still cross when they reached the top station. Cat was hoping for a rest, but his driver thought otherwise."

Cat's Driver: "We'll leave the flowers now, and fetch some changelings from the quarry."

Cat: "Changelings?"

Narrator: "Snorted Cat."

Cat: "Changelings? I won't, so there!"

Narrator: "Cat was about to cause a great deal of trouble."

Cat: "Told you."

Narrator: "Said Cat.

By the time workmen came to rescue him, Cat was feeling rather silly. To make matters worse, there stood Mayor Adam West. His message to Grumpy was brief and blunt."

Mayor Adam West: "I shall talk to you later!"

Narrator: "Then he and the fireman left with Bear. Cat felt sillier still."

Cat's Driver: "Come on,"

Narrator: "Said the driver."

Cat's Driver: "Let's get you back on the path."

Narrator: "When Cat crawled home, he found Mayor West waiting for him."

Mayor Adam West: "You're a very naughty cat!

I hope I can trust you to behave when you next come out of this cottage."

Narrator: "After hearing that, I'm sure Cat will. Aren't you?"

Changelings

Narrator: "Everyday, where the little characters work, the crisp air is suddenly filled with a familiar noise. The lakes and mountains have many visitors, and Budgie the Little Helicopter flies the sky making sure no one's in trouble."

Budgie: "All present and correct. Time to return to home."

Narrator: "Then Budgie noticed something. An owl was coming round the mountainside.

Budgie flew lower for a closer inspection."

Budgie: "I'm Budgie. Who are you?"

Owl: "I'm Owl."

Narrator: "Replied the owl."

Budgie: "Don't recall seeing you before. What brings you this way?"

Owl: "Mayor Adam West sent me to help the other dwarfs."

Narrator: "Huffed Owl. This was no time for a chat with a helicopter."

Budgie: "Well done! Cheers! And keep up the good work."

Owl: "Cheeky chopper!"

Narrator: "Muttered Owl."

Owl's Driver: "Not long now."

Narrator: "Encouraged the driver."

Owl's Driver: "We'll soon be at the top station."

Narrator: "Bear and Cat were glad to see Owl. Even so, Cat wouldn't stop grumbling. The changelings didn't like Cat and wanted to play tricks on him."

Garfield: "No one understands our feelings."

Narrator: "Sympathized Garfield."

Garfield: "Now if you were ill, you couldn't arrange changelings, could you?"

Cat: "Good idea!"

Narrator: "Replied Cat."

Cat: "I'll try it."

Narrator: "He did so next morning."

Cat: "I don't feel well."

Narrator: "He groaned. There wasn't time to examine him, so some of his changelings were lined up behind Bear's flowers.

Owl promised to follow with the rest.

Bear didn't mind the extra work. He left his flowers at the station, and trundled cheerfully on.

Soon, they reached the quarry where the changelings were needed.

Empty changelings at the bottom of a slope are hitched to a steel rope. Loaded ones at the top are hitched to another. By their weight, loaded changelings run down the steep slope pulling the empty ones up.

Bear duly waited at the bottom of the slope for the loaded changelings. He never bumped changelings, unless they missed behaved.

But the loaded changelings couldn't see him properly. They thought he was Cat. Their chance for trickery had come."

Loaded Changelings: "Faster, faster!"

Narrator: "They yelled."

Empty Changelings: "No, no!"

Narrator: "Wailed the empty changelings."

Empty Changelings: "It's Bear!"

Narrator: "But it was no use!"

Loaded Changelings: "Hurrah, hurrah!"

Narrator: "Roared the changelings. Bear shut his eyes."

(CRASH!)

Bear: "Peep, peep!"

Narrator: "Wailed Bear. Owl was working nearby, and came to help clear up the mess."

Owl: "Bust my wings!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Owl."

Owl: "Never mind, Bear. We'll get you out."

Narrator: "Bear felt battered. His head was scratched and his stomach dented."

Bear: "Thank you, Owl."

Narrator: "He sighed, and limped slowly home."

Cat: "I'm sorry about your accident."

Narrator: "Said Cat."

Cat: "I always stand well back. Changelings don't like me."

Bear: "Why didn't you warn me?"

Cat: "I didn't think."

Mayor Adam West: "You never do! You can start thinking now while you're doing Bear's work, as well as your own! That'll teach you to pretend you were ill."

Narrator: "Cat did start thinking about Garfield.

When the wreckage was cleared away, Owl set off along the path."

Budgie: "Splendid to see you again."

Narrator: "Whizzed Budgie."

Budgie: "I'm completing my evening look about."

Owl: "Well done!"

Narrator: "Replied Owl."

Owl: "Keep up the good work."

Narrator: "And the little owl flew back home."

Home at Last

Narrator: "Franklin had been to the works to be mended. He felt much better. Owl was helping him off his wagon. Franklin hadn't met the little owl before."

Franklin: "Owl seems a kindly sort of animal."

Narrator: "He thought to himself."

Owl: "I help to mend the paths and do odd jobs."

Narrator: "Said Owl."

Owl: "I hear everyone's looking forward to seeing you again. Come on."

Narrator: "Bear was feeling depressed. He was still getting over his accident but he wanted to start work again. Mayor Adam West wouldn't let him."

Mayor Adam West: "Another day's rest will do you good."

Narrator: "He said."

Mayor Adam West: "Besides, I've got a surprise for you."

Bear: "For me, sir? How nice, sir! What is it sir?"

Mayor Adam West: "Wait and see."

Narrator: "The surprise was Franklin."

Bear: "Oh."

Narrator: "Said Bear."

Bear: "I'm glad you've come home."

Narrator: "They gave Franklin some stamina and he sizzled happily."

Franklin: "I feel all excited."

Narrator: "He said."

Franklin: "Just like a young turtle. Now tell me all the news."

Bear: "I see you've met Owl."

Narrator: "Said Bear."

Franklin: "Yes. I like that owl."

Bear: "So do I."

Narrator: "Replied Bear."

Bear: "It's a pity Fox doesn't."

Franklin: "Who is Fox?"

Bear: "He came as a spare animal after my accident."

Narrator: "Replied Bear."

Franklin: "Is he useful?"

Bear: "He keeps busy and I'm sure he means well, but he's bouncy and rude. He sings and sways and swivels around. His driver calls it Rock 'n' Roll."

Franklin: "I understand."

Narrator: "Said Franklin gravely.

His driver interrupted."

Franklin's Driver: "Fox has done it again. He's stuck in a tunnel. Come on old boy. We'll have to get him out."

Narrator: "Franklin was pleased. He wanted to run and looked forward to meeting Fox. They found some workmen and hurried up the path."

Franklin: "How nice and smooth the path is."

Narrator: "Thought Franklin."

Franklin: "They mended all the old bumps. The little owl has helped to do that. What a difference Owl's made to the path."

Narrator: "Quite soon they found Fox. He was stuck at the far end of the tunnel and he was very cross."

Fox: "I'm a plain blunt fox. I speak as I find. Tunnels should be tunnels and not rabbit holes. This land is no good at all."

Fox's Driver: "Don't be silly!"

Narrator: "Snapped his driver."

Fox's Driver: "This tunnel is quite big enough for foxes who don't rock 'n' roll!"

Narrator: "It took some while to clear away the rocks and set Fox free again.

At last, Franklin was able to push Fox and his flowers safely through.

The works trailer was left on a siding, and the workmen stayed to make sure everything was safe.

Fox grumbled all the way home, but Franklin payed no attention.

Later, Mayor West spoke severely to Fox."

Mayor Adam West: "Listen to me. There is nothing wrong with that tunnel. You stuck in it because you tried to do rock n roll. Tunnels are not dance floors and you are not a pop star."

Narrator: "Then Mayor West gave his full attention to Fox's ears."

Mayor Adam West: "If it happens again,"

Narrator: "He ended ominously."

Mayor Adam West: "I shall find ways to cut you down to size. In other words, your career is, ah ha ha ha ha, on the path. Need I say more?"

Narrator: "Fox thought Mayor West had said quite enough and he remain completely silent and still, for at least the whole evening."

Rock 'n' Roll

Narrator: "Franklin the Turtle loves all the sights and sounds along his path and knows them very well.

One morning, soon after he returned from being mended, he was enjoying his journey more than ever before. Along the way, he met Owl."

Franklin: "You know,"

Narrator: "He said."

Fraknlin: "If I couldn't see these familiar faces and places, I'd think I was on a different land. You've done wonders with these roads."

Narrator: "Owl laughed."

Owl: "I'm glad you're pleased. Manager says let's mend the roads so well, he won't know where he is. And we did, and you didn't if you take my meaning."

Narrator: "Franklin liked this hard working owl."

Owl: "There's still on bad bit."

Narrator: "Warned Owl."

Owl: "Just before the first station. An animal might come off there, particularly Fox. He will rock 'n' roll along the path. Look at him right now. I shouldn't like his passengers hurt."

Fox: "What about me? I'm a plain fox and I believe in plain speaking. Speak up!"

Narrator: "Owl warned Fox about the bad bit of road."

Fox: "Huh!"

Narrator: "Grunted Fox."

Fox: "I know my way about. I don't need smelly sleepy owls to tell me what to do."

Narrator: "Owl felt hurt.

Fox banged about the yard. Then, he clattered crossly to the station. Schemer was already there waiting for him."

Schemer: "You're late!"

Narrator: "He snapped."

Fox: "I know."

Narrator: "Said Fox."

Fox: "It's that smelly owl's fault. Owl tries to teach me how to stay on the road, and then goes off leaving me to find my own flowers."

Schemer: "You poor fox."

Narrator: "Sympathized Schemer."

Schemer: "I know all about bossy characters. One crept into our yard and ordered us about. I soon sent him packing."

Narrator: "Fox was filled with admiration. He didn't know that Schemer was boastful and sometimes didn't tell the truth."

Fox: "Send Owl packing! Send Owl packing!"

Narrator: "Snorted Fox. He climbed the hill furiously."

Fox's Driver: "Well done, boy! Keep it up!"

Narrator: "Encouraged his driver.

Soon they were near the first station. Fox was pleased."

Fox: "Nothing's happened, nothing's happened! Silly old owl! Clever me!"

Narrator: "And he rocked and rolled along the path."

Fox's Driver: "Steady, boy."

Narrator: "Checked his driver. But it was too late."

Fox: "Sleepers and ballast! I'm off."

Narrator: "And he was."

Owl: "I warned him."

Narrator: "Said Owl."

Owl: "But all he did was call me names."

Narrator: "The little owl refused to move."

Franklin: "I'm ashamed of you, Owl."

Narrator: "Said Franklin."

Franklin: "Think of the passengers. What are they going to do?"

Owl: "Oh, I've forgotten them. Yes, of course. We must help the passengers."

Narrator: "And Owl roared into life.

Fox stood sad and solitary. He couldn't rock 'n' roll now."

Fox: "Oh dear."

Narrator: "He thought."

Fox: "Everyone will know how silly I am."

Narrator: "The passengers had to get out and help too. They weren't very pleased about that, but worked as hard as they could. They carefully levered Fox back onto the road.

After that, Fox was extra careful all day.

At last, evening came."

Fox: "Owl,"

Narrator: "He whispered."

Fox: "Thank you for helping. I'm sorry I was rude to you."

Owl: "That's all right, Fox."

Fox: "I wish all owls were like you. Let's be friends."

Owl: "Suits me."

Narrator: "Replied Owl."

Owl: "We'll mend that bad bit of road first thing tomorrow."

Special Head

Narrator: "It was winter in TV Land. Bear puffed nervously along the path. His head had never been the same since his accident with some changelings. Now the biting wind was trying to blow it away."

Bear: "My head feels wobbly."

Narrator: "He complained."

Bear: "I wish manage would hurry up with my new one. He says it would be something special."

Franklin, Rabbit, Cat, Fox and Abe Simpson: "You and your special hat."

Narrator: "Laughed the others. They were fond of Bear, but his special head had become quite a joke.

The winter wind grew worst. The rain came too, turning hillside streams into torrents, which threatened to wash the path away.

Owl, the little owl, worked hard carrying workmen up and down the path. They were removing branches and leaves so water could flow away.

But one morning, Owl's driver brought bad news."

Owl's Driver: "There's been a washout near the tunnel. The road has been swept away. We must repair the damage immediately."

Narrator: "The important work took longer than expected. As days went by, the weather changed. It became frosty and much colder."

The workmen finished at last. Bear was most careful as he took the morning flowers over the mended bit of road.

Soon, they approached the tunnel. It was short and curved. So his driver could not see right through it. Bear was heading for trouble."

Bear's Driver: "There's something hanging from the roof."

Narrator: "Shouted his driver. Bear came out of the tunnel a different looking bear. He no longer had the top of his head."

Guard: "Here's what hit you, Bear."

Narrator: "Called the guard. And he produced a thick, cold icicle. They set off again, but without the top of his head, the journey was very difficult.

Then, his fireman saw an old box lying beside the road."

Bear's Fireman: "We'll use that instead of the top of your head. At least, it'll help you."

Narrator: "Bear finished his journey with the box wired to his body.

The others laughed, and Cat sang a song about it."

Cat: "Bear said again and again, his new head will put ours to shame. Went into a tunnel and lost the top of his head. Now his famous new head's a box!"

Narrator: "The teasing continued until at last the day came when his new head arrived.

Mayor Adam West proudly presented it."

Bear: "Oh dear!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Bear."

Bear: "Someone's squashed it."

Narrator: "Mayor West laughed."

Mayor Adam West: "Don't worry, Bead. This head is something special indeed. You'll soon see."

Narrator: "Bear's new head had special pipes, which made pulling much easier."

Bear: "I feel stronger than ever before!"

Narrator: "He hummed. Even Cat was impressed."

Cat: "I can't understand it. Bear just seems to stroll along the path. He makes work look so easy."

Narrator: "The others don't laugh at Bear's head now. They wished they had one like it."

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