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Saving Scott/A Bad Day For Superman/Ash and The Golden Braviary is an episode of the 2004-2008 version of Ash and Friends (YTV All-Stars version). It is the twenty fifth episode of this run that aired on November 19, 2005.

Plot

  • Ash worries that Scott might get the wrong sort of medicine/Superman has an accident while taking Rikochet's mail/Ash and Rikochet want to see a Braviary.

Cast

  1. Ash Ketchum as Thomas (Veronica Taylor)
  2. Scott Summers as Edward (Kirby Morrow)
  3. Terry McGinnis as Gordon (Will Friedle)
  4. Rikochet as Percy (Carlos Alazraqui)
  5. Superman as Harold (Tim Daly)
  6. Omi as Bertie (Tara Strong)
  7. Wilhelmina as Sir Topham Hatt (Amy Birnbaum)
  8. Nikki Maxwell as Emily (Kelly Sheridan)

Songs In Order

  1. Scott and Virgil's Togetherness (after Saving Scott)
  2. Never Never Never Give Up (after A Bad Day For Superman)
  3. Character Roll Call (after Ash and The Golden Braviary)

Trivia

  • Narrated by Michael Brandon.
  • Release Date: November 19, 2005.

Transcript

  • (We open this episode with Ash passing through the sidewalks)
  • (When he is gone the Ash and Friends logo appear)
  • (Even the Making Routes To Great Destinations text)
  • (We soon begin with the Season 8-10 intro and then the Land of YTV opening sequence)
  • Michael Brandon: The land of YTV is surrounded by beautiful blue sea. It has fields of green and sandy yellow beaches. There are rivers, streams and lots of trees where the birds sing. There are windmills and a coal mine and docks were visitors to the land arrived. The land also has lots of lots of railway lines. Who's that puffing down the track? It's Ash! Hello, Ash!
  • Ash: Hello, everybody. Welcome to the land of YTV.
  • (We then open this episode with Saving Scott)
  • Michael Brandon: Saving Scott. It was summertime on the land of YTV. All the characters were working hard carrying goods and passengers. They cheerfully puffed up and down the line. All except Scott. Scott was worried. He wheezed as he puffed. And steam hissed out of his cylinders. One morning, Wilhelmina came to the sheds. She had an important job for Scott.
  • Wilhelmina: A special delivery of fruit and vegetables is coming to the docks today.
  • Michael Brandon: She told him.
  • Wilhelmina: I want you to take them to Knapford.
  • Scott: Yes, ma'am.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Scott. But he was worried about his wheeze. It felt worse today.
  • Wilhelmina: Ash, you will go to the docks and shunt Scott's Beedrill. After that, you can carry on with your usual jobs.
  • Ash: Yes, ma'am.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Ash eagerly. Ash and Scott puffed into the water tower. Scott tried to stop wheezing, but he couldn't.
  • Ash: What's the matter?
  • Michael Brandon: Asked Ash.
  • Ash: You don't sound well.
  • Scott: I can't seem to get up steam probably.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Scott.
  • Scott: But I'll manage. Don't tell anyone, Ash.
  • Michael Brandon: Ash wasn't sure about this.
  • Scott: I don't want Wilhelmina to know.
  • Michael Brandon: Hissed Scott. Ash could see Scott was worried. So he agreed. He hurried off to shunt Scott's Beedrill. Scott follows slowly to the docks. Scott was very worried. What he was to weak to pull his train? He would be of no use to the railway. He wouldn't be useful at all. Scott shuddered at the thought.
  • Scott: Must keep going, must keep going.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheezed hastily. At the docks, Ash shunted Scott's Beedrill into place for him. Soon Scott was coupled up and ready to go.
  • Ash: Go on, Scott. You can do it.
  • Michael Brandon: Called Ash encouragingly. Scott puffed as hard as he could. But the train hard to move at all.
  • Scott: I'm sorry, Ash.
  • Michael Brandon: Scott wheezed miserably.
  • Scott: I'm not a really useful character anymore. Wilhelmina will have to sent me from scrap.
  • Michael Brandon: Ash was very upset. He wanted to help Scott.
  • Ash: I'll do my other jobs first.
  • Michael Brandon: Ash said.
  • Ash: Then, I'll pull the train for you.
  • Michael Brandon: Scott watched Ash puff away. He wasn't sure if it was right to let Ash do his job. Scott felt very worried. Ash needed to do all his jobs as quickly as possible. So that he had time to pull Scott's train.
  • Ash: Hurry up! Hurry up!
  • Michael Brandon: He told the Beedrill.
  • Beedrill: Back for! Back for!
  • Michael Brandon: They snapped.
  • Ash: For Scott!
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Ash and he biffed them crossly. Scott waited sadly for his train. He hoped Ash would come back soon. When Ash finished all his jobs, he puffed back to collect Scott's train. Scott was very pleased to see him.
  • Ash: Don't worry, Scott.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Ash.
  • Ash: I'll have your job done in no time. You'll go back to Tidmouth and I'll meet you there later.
  • Scott: Thank you, Ash.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheezed Scott. And Ash pulled away with a long line of Beedrill. Ash was tired. He had been working all day. And Scott's train was very heavy. But he was determined not to let Scott down. Wilhelmina was talking to Terry when Ash puffed in.
  • Wilhelmina: Ash, this train was late.
  • Michael Brandon: She said crossly.
  • Wilhelmina: And why are you pulling it? Where is Scott?
  • Michael Brandon: Ash didn't want to get Scott into trouble. He had to think of an excuse.
  • Ash: Scott took on the wrong sort of coal, ma'am.
  • Wilhelmina: The wrong sort of coal?
  • Michael Brandon: Boomed Wilhelmina.
  • Wilhelmina: What nonsense, Ash! I'll find out what Scott has to say about this later.
  • Michael Brandon: Wilhelmina was very cross. She gave Ash another job to do.
  • Ash: Yes, ma'am.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Ash. Terry steamed through the countryside. And then, he found Scott having a rest.
  • Terry: What's all this about the wrong sort of coal?
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Terry. Scott looked puzzled.
  • Scott: The wrong sort of coal?
  • Michael Brandon: Terry told Scott all about Ash and Wilhelmina. Scott felt very bad. He wanted to put things right. He decided he must go and see Wilhelmina straight away. Scott hissed and wheezed his way to the station. His fire felt feeble. His feet felt weak. But he battled on. At last, Scott puffed into the station. He found Wilhelmina.
  • Scott: It's all my fault, ma'am.
  • Michael Brandon: He said sadly. I asked Ash not to tell you I couldn't work. I was afraid of going for scrap. I'm very sorry. I should have talked to you this morning.
  • Wilhelmina: You should have always tell me if you have a problem.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Wilhelmina.
  • Wilhelmina: You are loyal, hardworking and really useful character. I will send you to the fitter's yard straight away. You'll soon be as good as new.
  • Michael Brandon: Scott was very relieved. And Ash was very tired from his extra work, but they both agreed. Even when it's hard, it's always best to tell the truth.
  • (a puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Scott and Virgil's Togetherness)
  • Children: Working, working, working together Huff and puff through all sorts of weather Scott pushes from the back Helping Virgil up the track They're working, working, working together Friends for now and friends forever As a team, they're tops and yes! That's called togetherness Virgil worries about his freight Afraid he might be running late Scott thinks he's getting old But together they're strong They're brave and bold Working, working, working together Huff and puff through all sorts of weather Scott pushes from the back Helping Virgil up the track They're working, working, working together Friends for now and friends forever As a team, they're tops and yes! That's called togetherness Working, working, working together Friends for now and friends forever As a team, they're tops a yes! That's called togetherness Working together!
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin A Bad Day For Superman)
  • Michael Brandon: A Bad Day For Superman. Superman loves flying up in a bright blue sky, over the land of YTV, he looks out for anyone in distress. Sometimes he delivers the mail. This made Rikochet very cross.
  • Superman: The mail run is done. Is there anymore? I can deliver it for you in a jiff. That's what friends are for.
  • Rikochet: Delivering the mail is an engine's job.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Rikochet grumpily. Rikochet has many jobs but carrying the mail is his favorite. It makes him feel really useful. The next morning, Rikochet was happily pulling the mail train.
  • Rikochet: Must be on time, must be on time.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed. But up ahead, there was trouble with the signal box. It was broken. The signal engineers did not know how long it would take to fix. Rikochet had to stop. It's not safe for characters to run without signals but Rikochet was very upset.
  • Rikochet: I'm going to be late.
  • Michael Brandon: He cried.
  • Rikochet: And it's not even my fault.
  • Michael Brandon: Wilhelmina was in his office enjoying his toast and marmalade when she heard the news.
  • Wilhelmina: Rikochet is stuck at a broken signal. Then Superman must take the mail.
  • Michael Brandon: Poor Rikochet was still waiting and still upset. The last time he was held up the mail was given to Superman.
  • Rikochet: It made me feel like a really useless character.
  • Michael Brandon: He sighed.
  • Driver: Well, the mail must arrive on time.
  • Michael Brandon: Said his driver. Just then they heard a familiar sound coming from above.
  • Superman: Hello.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Superman.
  • Superman: Wilhelmina says you need my help. That's what friends are for.
  • Rikochet: Oh, no.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Rikochet. But Wilhelmina had made up his mind. There was nothing Rikochet could do. Rikochet's driver helped load the mail bags into Superman's cargo net.
  • Superman's Pilot: Maybe we should take the mail bags a few at a time.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Superman's pilot.
  • Superman's Pilot: They're very heavy.
  • Superman: I have to make too many trips then I'd be as slow as Rikochet.
  • Michael Brandon: And so they loaded all the mail into Superman's net at once and the engineer continued to work on the signal. Just as they finished loading a signal engineer cried out.
  • Signal Engineer: It's fixed.
  • Michael Brandon: He said.
  • Rikochet: Wait, Superman!
  • Michael Brandon: Shouted Rikochet.
  • Rikochet: I'm ready to go!
  • Michael Brandon: But it was too late. Superman had already taken off. Rikochet watched the mail disappear. He was upset. But then they all heard a strange sound.
  • Superman's Pilot: Watch out for those trees, Superman!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried his pilot.
  • Superman: My net is too heavy!
  • Michael Brandon: Wailed Superman.
  • Rikochet: Superman is in trouble!
  • Michael Brandon: Rikochet cried.
  • Rikochet: We must try to help him.
  • (Crash!)
  • Rikochet: Are you all right?
  • Michael Brandon: Called Rikochet.
  • Superman: Just get someone to put me out of this haystack!
  • Michael Brandon: Sputtered Superman and Rikochet did as fast as he could. The next day, Superman's engine was fixed and he was flying again. Rikochet was very pleased to see him.
  • Rikochet: Want to take the mail, Superman?
  • Michael Brandon: Rikochet teased.
  • Rikochet: I'll stand by with the rescue team.
  • Michael Brandon: All the characters tooted and Superman hovered so low that only Rikochet could hear.
  • Superman: Thanks for getting to pull me out that haystack, my friend.
  • Michael Brandon: He said.
  • Rikochet: That's all right.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Rikochet.
  • Rikochet: That's what friends are for.
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Never Never Never Give Up)
  • Children: (singing) If you climb the highest mountain, Cross the river deep, Maybe you'll find it's never as easy As it first appears.
  • Men: (singing) As it first appears.
  • Children: (singing) Just remember not to worry, Or get down at heart Never lose faith in positive thinking You'll be amazed when you achieve All the things you start.
  • Men: (singing) All the things you start.
  • Children: (singing) So, Never, never, never give up even though the going's tough Don't stop trying, when you're tiring, and you're out of puff No, never, never, never give up even though you're feeling rough If at first you don't succeed, never, never, never give up If at first you don't succeed, Then try and try again Nothing in life is ever as easy But you get there in the end
  • Men: (singing) Get there in the end.
  • Children: (singing) So blow your cares and woes behind you Start a brand new day Nothing can stop you reaching your goal If you're determined, you can do it You will find a way.
  • Men: (singing) You will find a way.
  • Children: (singing) So, Never, never, never give up even though the going's tough Don't stop trying, when you're tiring, and you're out of puff No, never, never, never give up even though you're feeling rough If at first you don't succeed, never, never, never give up Some things seem impossible, answers hard to find No matter how improbable, you won't know until you try You can do whatever you choose it just takes a little luck So remember never, never, never give up Never, never, never give up even though the going's tough Don't stop trying, when you're tiring, and you're out of puff No, never, never, never give up even though you're feeling rough If at first you don't succeed, never, never, never give up So, Never, never, never give up even though the going's tough Don't stop trying, when you're tiring, and you're out of puff No, never, never, never give up even though you're feeling rough If at first you don't succeed, never, never, never give up! Never, never, never give up, Never, never, never give up!
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Ash and The Golden Braviary)
  • Michael Brandon: Ash and The Golden Braviary. There are many different animals on the land of YTV. There are deer, cows and sheep and lots of beautiful birds. One morning, Wilhelmina came to Tidmouth Sheds.
  • Wilhelmina: A golden Braviary has been seen at Bluff's Cole.
  • Michael Brandon: She said.
  • Wilhelmina: It is a very special bird. Bird watchers are coming from far and wide.
  • Michael Brandon: Ash and Rikochet both wanted to take the bird watchers to Bluff's Cole and see the golden Braviary. But Wilhelmina chose Nikki.
  • Wilhelmina: Rikochet, you have to collect milk from the dairy.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Wilhelmina.
  • Wilhelmina: And Ash, you have to collect stone from the quarry. It must reach Brendam Docks before the boat sails.
  • Michael Brandon: Wilhelmina left. Ash and Rikochet were disappointed.
  • Rikochet: I wish I was taking the bird watchers.
  • Michael Brandon: Rikochet said sadly.
  • Ash: And I wish I could see the golden Braviary.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Ash as he set off. Ash arrived at the quarry. They were Beedrill of stone as far as the eye could see.
  • Ash: Cinders and Ashes!
  • Michael Brandon: Gasped Ash. But he soon buffered up and puffed slowly away. Ash had to stop at the junction to Bluff's Cove. Rikochet was waiting there. They both watched as Nikki cheerfully chuff past. Her Beedrill were filled of happy bird watchers.
  • Rikochet: I wish I could go up to Bluff's Cove.
  • Michael Brandon: Rikochet puffed. Then Ash had an idea. Rikochet liked ideas.
  • Ash: My train is long and heavy.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Ash.
  • Ash: If you take half of my Beedrill to the docks before you go to the dairy, I can go and find the golden Braviary.
  • Michael Brandon: Rikochet listened carefully.
  • Ash: Then I would like the other half of my Beedrill and will be your turn to go and see the Braviary.
  • Michael Brandon: Rikochet thought this was a grand idea. Ash shunted his Beedrill into a siding.
  • Ash: It will be quicker to take half of the Beedrill to Brendam Docks.
  • Michael Brandon: Ash said happily to Rikochet. And he headed to Bluff's Cove. Rikochet buffered up to the train and puffed slowly away with half of Ash's Beedrill. Ash arrived at Bluff's Cove in no time at all. He waited and waited. He was sure the golden Braviary would come. But the golden Braviary was nowhere to be seen. Ash was disappointed. Then Omi pulled up.
  • Omi: The golden Braviary has been seen on Terry's Hill.
  • Michael Brandon: He called.
  • Ash: How exciting. I must get there right away.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Ash. And he set off for Terry's Hill at once. Ash was so excited about seeing the golden Braviary he couldn't think of anything else. He forgot about the Beedrill full of stone. And he forgot about Rikochet. Rikochet had taken half of Ash's Beedrill to the docks. Now he headed for the dairy to deliver the milk. He was happy. He have time to see the golden Braviary. But when Rikochet passed the siding near Bluff's Cove, he was surprised to see Ash's half of the Beedrill still there.
  • Rikochet: If the boat sails without them, Ash will be in trouble.
  • Michael Brandon: Worried Rikochet. Rikochet decided to help his friend. Rikochet buffered up to the long line of Beedrill. And slowly puffed away. Rikochet got to the docks just in time. But worry wagons were uncoupled. And Rikochet set off again for the dairy. He was feeling very tired. Ash was feeling full of puff. He wheeshed happily up Terry's Hill. He was sure now he would see the golden Braviary. Ash watched and waited. Waited and watched, but the Braviary didn't come.
  • Ash: I'll never see the golden Braviary.
  • Michael Brandon: Ash said sadly. Suddenly, Ash remembered his Beedrill full of stone and Rikochet.
  • Ash: Cinders and Ashes!
  • Michael Brandon: He cried. And he steamed off to the siding as fast as he could. But he didn't find his Beedrill. He found Rikochet. He was stuck in a siding. And he had not taken the milk to the dairy.
  • Rikochet: I took all your Beedrill to Brendam.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Rikochet.
  • Rikochet: But now I have run out of coal.
  • Michael Brandon: Ash realize that now Rikochet couldn't see the golden Braviary. And it was all his fault. Omi tooted excitedly.
  • Omi: The golden Braviary has been seen back down the line.
  • Michael Brandon: He called.
  • Omi: Hurry, Ash!
  • Michael Brandon: But Ash knew what he must do.
  • Ash: I must take them out to the dairy.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Ash.
  • Ash: Or Rikochet will be in trouble.
  • Michael Brandon: The dairy manager was waiting when Ash arrived. He delivered the fresh milk just in time. Then he set off to rescue Rikochet. Together Ash and Rikochet puffed slowly to the coaling plant. But on the way, they were astonished to see there high on the rocks, not one, but two golden Braviarys. Ash and Rikochet watched the two beautiful birds.
  • Rikochet: Seeing two golden Braviarys is a wonderful thing.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Rikochet.
  • Ash: But not as wonderful as helping a friend.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Ash. And they both happily agreed.

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