Spike and the Statue is the fifteenth episode of the ninth season of Spike the Dragon and Friends, and the two hundred and twenty-third episode overall. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode, Thomas and the Statue.
- Spike as Thomas
- Shining Armor as Edward
- Big Macintosh as Gordon
- Pipsqueak as Percy
- Rarity as Emily
- Gustave Le Grand as Cranky
- Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt
- Filthy Rich as Henry (cameo)
- Cranky Doodle Donkey as James (cameo)
- Braeburn as Toby (cameo)
Narrator: "Winter was coming to Equestria. The leaves had fallen from the trees, and fog rolled over the countryside.
One chilly morning, Hoity Toity came to Golden Oak Library. He had a special announcement to make."
Hoity Toity: "A statue is to be put up at Ponyville Park."
Narrator: "He said."
Hoity Toity: "It will celebrate the town of Ponyville."
Narrator: "The animals were very excited. Spike was to collect the statue from Ponyville Docks."
Pipsqueak: "I wonder what it will be."
Narrator: "Peeped Pipsqueak."
Spike: "As soon as I find out,"
Narrator: "Puffed Spike."
Spike: "I'll come back and tell you."
Narrator: "And he steamed away.
But when Spike arrived at the docks, Gustave was still unloading the statue."
Spike: "Hurry up, Gustave."
Narrator: "Said Spike."
Spike: "I wanna be the first to see it."
Narrator: "Gustave didn't like being rushed."
Gustave: "Why are you so excited to see the statue? You think it's gonna be of you?"
Narrator: "He scuffed. Spike didn't say anything. He was too busy watching the workmen open the crate. The statue was covered by a large waterproof sheet. It had a very familiar look. There was a tall head shape at the front, and then a tail shape at the back. The shape was just like Spike's shape. Suddenly, Thomas was very excited."
Narrator: "He whistled."
Spike: "It really could be of me."
Narrator: "That night, Spike couldn't wait to tell the other animals about his statue. But when he arrived at the library,all the animals were asleep. Spike was too excited to sleep. He peeped his whistle to wake Pipsqueak up."
Spike: (whispering) "Pipsqueak, Pipsqueak! I think the statue was of me."
Narrator: "Boasted Spike."
Pipsqueak: "Really, Spike?"
Narrator: "Yawned Pipsqueak."
Pipsqueak: (yawning) "That's nice."
Spike: "It will be wonderful to have my very own statue."
Narrator: "Tooted Spike. He couldn't wait for morning to come.
The following day, Hoity Toity told the animals they were go to the showers. All except Spike. He was to collect more things for the statue.
First, Spike went to the Train Station. He was to collect the special block for the statue stand on."
Spike: "Are you looking forward to seeing my statue?"
Narrator: "He called to Shining Armor."
Shining Armor: "It might not be your statue."
Narrator: "Huffed Shining Armor. But Spike wasn't listening.
Spike arrived at the Marketplace. He had to collect to a special podium for Hoity Toity to stand on."
Narrator: "Spike cried to Rarity."
Spike: "Hoity Toity will make a speech when they uncover my statue."
Rarity: "Who says it's going to be your statue?"
Narrator: "Rarity huffed."
Spike: "You'll see."
Narrator: "Said Spike, and he wheeshed away.
Pipsqueak arrived as Spike's wagons were being unloaded. Spike started to talk to Pipsqueak about his statue again."
Pipsqueak: "Please, stop talking about your statue!"
Narrator: "Peeped Pipsqueak. Spike was surprised."
Pipsqueak: "No one wants to hear about it anymore. No one wants to talk to you anymore."
Narrator: "Pipsqueak added crossly."
Pipsqueak: "And neither do I!"
Narrator: "Spike was left all alone. No one was talking to him. Spike felt very sad.
Spike walked toward Golden Oak Library. It had started to snow heavenly. But Spike kept going as fast as he could. He had to try to put things right with his friends.
But when he arrived at the library, Hoity Toity was there. He looked worried."
Hoity Toity: "The paths to Ponyville Park are blocked. None of you will be able to get to the ceremony."
Narrator: "He said sternly."
Spike: "I'll clear the paths."
Narrator: "Tooted Spike."
Spike: "I don't want any of you to miss the party."
Narrator: "The other animals were very surprised. They knew Spike didn't like his snow boots, and clearing the paths will make Spike late to see his statue. But Hoity Toity was pleased."
Hoity Toity: "You must work very hard, Spike."
Narrator: "He boomed."
Hoity Toity: "There's a lot to do."
Narrator: "Spike raced off. He could not let them down.
Spike felt silly for showing off. No wonder no one was talking to him. There was still a lot of paths to clear.
Thanks to Spike, everyone was able to get to Ponyville Park. They gathered nearby. The statue was covered in snow. But the sun had started to shine and the snow began to melt. Hoity Toity told everyone how proud he was of all his animals. But the animals were still thinking about Spike. And they were still cross.
Just then, there was a loud swooshing noise. A big patch of snow slid off the statue. Then another. Then another. The last of the snow fell to the ground. The animals were so surprised."
Big Macintosh: "That's not Thomas!"
Narrator: "Gasped Big Mac."
Pipsqueak: "No, it's of all of us!"
Narrator: "Peeped Pipsqueak. Everyone was very excited.
Then, Spike rolled up. He was very surprised when he saw the statue."
Spike: "It's not of me at all!"
Narrator: "He cried. Spike was very relieved and very happy."
Spike: "I'm sorry that I made you all cross."
Narrator: "He puffed."
Spike: "I think this statue of us all is the best statue there could ever be."
Narrator: "And all the animals agreed."