Spike Gets Bumped is the sixth episode of the third season of Spike the Dragon and Friends, and the fifty-eighth episode overall. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode, Thomas Gets Bumped.
- Spike as Thomas
- Pipsqueak as Percy
- Angel as Bertie
- Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt
- Cranky Doodle Donkey as James (does not speak)
- Apple Bloom as Annie (does not speak)
- Sweetie Belle as Clarabel (does not speak)
- Goldie Delicious as Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
- Everyone else as Themselves
Narrator: "Every afternoon, Spike puffs along his route with Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle. First, they pass the water mill. Next, they come to a big farm. Then, they can see a bridge with a village nestled either side of it.
This is a special place. Whenever children hear Spike coming along, they stand on the bridge, waving until he is out of sight.
One day, Spike was running late. He had stopped at a red light before the bridge to talk to some new children. Pipsqueak was waiting, too."
Pipsqueak: "Hurry up, Spike."
Narrator: "Called Pipsqueak, when the light turned green."
Pipsqueak: "If you're late, Hoity Toity might get a new animal to replace you."
Spike: "He would never do that!"
Narrator: "Thought Spike, but he was worried.
Next day, Spike hurried along the path. Just ahead was the goods yard. There, on the platform, was an inspector waving a red flag.
Next, Spike saw some children. They were waving too."
Spike: "Something must be wrong."
Narrator: "Thought Spike."
Spike: "This station's for goods, not passengers."
Children: "Help, Spike, help! We're glad to see you."
Narrator: "Called the children."
Children: "Please, will you take us home?"
Narrator: "The stationmaster explained to Spike's driver that the school bus had broken down, and all the parents would be worried if the children were late.
Spike waited as the children walked down from the bridge. Then he took the children to the next station, where Angel was waiting to take them home.
When Spike finished his journey, he was very late. He was worried that Hoity Toity might be cross with him."
Pipsqueak: "I warned Spike."
Narrator: "Puffed Pipsqueak to Cranky."
Pipsqueak: "He's been late one time too many. He'll be in trouble now."
Narrator: "But next morning, when Spike came to pick up his passengers, Hoity Toity was nowhere to be seen."
Spike: "Thank goodness."
Narrator: "Sighed Spike.
Spike knows every part of his route. But just ahead was a stretch where the hot sun had bent the road."
Spike's Driver: "Careful, Spike!"
Narrator: "Called his driver. But it was too late."
Spike's Driver: "That's done it!"
Narrator: "Said his driver."
Spike's Driver: "We shan't get any further today!"
Spike: "But what about my passengers?"
Narrator: "Asked Spike."
Spike's Driver: "Don't worry, they'll be looked after."
Narrator: "Replied his driver.
While workmen repaired the road, Spike had to work with changelings in the yard. Angel came to see him."
Angel: "I understand you need my help again."
Spike: "Yes, Angel."
Narrator: "Replied Spike sadly."
Spike: "I can't run without my road."
Narrator: "Angel set off to collect Spike's passengers."
Passengers: "Hello, Angel."
Narrator: "They said."
Passengers: "We're glad you're here."
Narrator: "Angel ran along the road that runs by Spike's path. He stopped at each station along the path. Sometimes he stopped between stations to let people off closer to their homes. Spike felt miserable."
Spike: "I've lost my passengers to Angel. They'll like him better than me."
Narrator: "Hoity Toity arrived."
Hoity Toity: "Your route is repaired. I'm going to change your timetable so that you and Angel can work together more."
Narrator: "When Spike reached the station, there, to his relief, were all his passengers."
Passengers: "Angel is a good rabbit, but we missed our rides with you."
Narrator: "They said.
Later, Spike spoke to Angel."
Spike: "Thank you for looking after my passengers."
Angel: "That's all right, Spike. I like to make new friends, but I'm glad to share them with you."
Spike: "You're a good friend, indeed."
Narrator: "Replied Spike."
Spike: "And always will be."