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Spike and the Toy Workshop is a My Little Pony/Thomas parody of the Thomas and Friends US DVD, Thomas and the Toy Workshop. It features six ninth season episodes of Spike the Dragon and Friends narrated by Michael Brandon, and two songs.

Cast

  • 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
  • Snails as Ben
  • Caramel as Harvey
  • Rarity as Emily
  • Discord as Diesel
  • Cheese Sandwich as Salty
  • Apple Bloom as Annie
  • Sweetie Belle as Clarabel
  • Gummy as Trevor
  • Owlowiscious as Harold
  • Gustave Le Grand as Cranky
  • Hoity Toity as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Angel as Bertie (does not speak)
  • Scootaloo as Henrietta (cameo)
  • Zecora as Caroline (cameo)
  • Lightning Dust as Tiger Moth (I know, Lightning Dust is female) (cameo)
  • Princess Celestia as Lady Hatt (cameo)
  • Cherry Jubilee as The Refreshment Lady (cameo)
  • Everyone else as Themselves

Episodes

  1. Spike and the Statue
  2. Filthy Rich and the Flagpole
  3. Bold and Brave
  4. Spike and the Toy Workshop
  5. Pipsqueak and the Oil Painting
  6. Spike and the Rainbow

Songs

  1. Brave
  2. Animal Roll Call

Transcript

Spike and the Statue

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."

Spike: "Perhaps,"

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."

Spike: "Look!"

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."

Filthy Rich and the Flagpole

Narrator: "All the animals in Ponyville were very excited. There was to be a great banquet at the Scottish castle. Filthy Rich loved going to the Scottish castle because on the way, he puffed past his favorite tree. The tall pine tree towered of the rest of the forest. Filthy Rich always stopped to look at it. Seeing the tall pine tree standing tall and proud made Filthy Rich very happy.

Filthy Rich arrived at the Scottish castle. Hoity Toity was waiting for him."

Hoity Toity: "The castle's flagpole was old and about to break."

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "Filthy Rich, I need you to collect a new flagpole from the docks in time for the banquet."

Filthy Rich: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Said Filthy Rich.

When Filthy Rich puffed into the docks, he couldn't see the tall flagpole anywhere. He looked around for something tall. He looked above the changelings. There was nothing tall there. He looked at the old ship. It had a tall mast. Then Filthy Rich looked up and saw Gustave. Gustave was very tall. But Filthy Rich didn't see the flagpole. It was on the flatbed in front of him. It rolled onto the path."

(Cheese Sandwich runs over the flagpole)

Cheese Sandwich: "Oops. Sorry, matey."

Narrator: "Called Cheese Sandwich."

Filthy Rich: "I didn't expect to see the flagpole down there."

Narrator: "Puffed Filthy Rich."

Cheese Sandwich: "It's not tall when you lay it down, matey."

Narrator: "Said Cheese Sandwich. Filthy Rich felt very silly.

Soon, Hoity Toity arrived."

Hoity Toity: "This is a disaster!"

Narrator: "He boomed."

Filthy Rich: "The Scottish castle will not look the same without its flagpole."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich was very sad. It was all his fault."

Filthy Rich: "Maybe seeing the tall pine tree will cheer me up."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich huffed. But nothing could make Filthy Rich feel better."

Filthy Rich: "I wish I hadn't broken the flagpole."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich sighed to Braeburn."

Braeburn: "They could make a new flagpole out of that tall tree."

Narrator: "Braeburn puffed. Filthy Rich looked up at the tall pine tree. He didn't want it to be made into the flagpole.

The next morning, Filthy Rich had to take some workmen to the forest. But the workmen were carrying axes and saws."

Filthy Rich: "Oh, no!"

Narrator: "Moaned Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "They must be going to cut down the tall pine tree."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich puffed through the countryside."

Filthy Rich: "Must save the tree, must save the tree."

Narrator: "He huffed. Then Filthy Rich had an idea. He didn't think workmen to the forest. He went to look for a new flagpole.

Filthy Rich saw some children waving flags, but those flags were much too tiny to have flagpoles.

There was a flagpole holding up the windsock at the airfield. But that flagpole was much too short.

There was a tall flagpole on the beach, but it wasn't tall enough."

Filthy Rich: "Bother!"

Narrator: "Wheeshed Filthy Rich sadly."

Filthy Rich: "None of the flagpoles are as tall as the pine tree. Now I'll never save it."

Narrator: "That evening, Hoity Toity came to see Filthy Rich at the library."

Hoity Toity: "Filthy Rich, those workmen had a very important job to do. You have caused confusion and delay!"

Narrator: "Hoity Toity said sternly."

Hoity Toity: "Tomorrow you will collect coal, and Shining Armor will take the workmen to the forest."

Narrator: "The next day, Filthy Rich was collecting the coal when Spike arrived."

Filthy Rich: "I can't find another flagpole."

Narrator: "Moaned Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "I've looked everywhere."

Spike: "Sometimes the think you want is somewhere you wouldn't think to look."

Narrator: "Puffed Spike and he steamed away.

So Filthy Rich set off to go where he wouldn't think to look. But he couldn't see a flagpole in a cow field.

Then Filthy Rich looked in the orchard. But only Gummy was there."

Gummy: "Hello, Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "Hello, Gummy. You're very nice."

Narrator: "Huffed Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "But you wouldn't make a very good flagpole."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich puffed sadly into the docks. Some vacationers were taking pictures of the old ship. Filthy Rich looked up at the tall mask."

Filthy Rich: "What about the ship's mast?"

Narrator: "Asked Filthy Rich."

Cheese Sandwich: "It's to be chopped up and used for firewood, me hearty."

Narrator: "Said Cheese Sandwich."

Filthy Rich: "But it would be perfect for the castle flagpole."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich chuffed."

Cheese Sandwich: "Then you best take it quickly, matey."

Narrator: "Said Cheese Sandwich.

Gustave soon lowered the mast onto the flatbed. And Filthy Rich raced off to the forest. He had to get to the tree before they cut it down.

When Filthy Rich pulled into the forest, the tall pine tree was still there. And so was Hoity Toity."

Filthy Rich: "Please don't cut down the tall pine tree, sir!"

Narrator: "Chuffed Filthy Rich."

Filthy Rich: "I think this ship's mast would make a very good flagpole."

Hoity Toity: "I would never cut the tall pine tree down."

Narrator: "Said Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "The workmen are only here to collect some firewood. We always have a roaring fire at the Scottish castle banquet."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich was so happy it made his hooves tingled.

That night, the flag was hoisted on the old ship's mast. It looked wonderful. Filthy Rich thought it was the nicest thing he had ever seen, except for the tall pine tree."

Bold and Brave

Narrator: "It was almost summer in Ponyville. All the animals were very busy. They were looking forward to the start of the holiday season.

One morning, Hoity Toity came to the library."

Hoity Toity: "It's time to get the seaside station ready for the summer visitors. Spike, you ought to pick up the deck chairs and windbreaks and take them to the beach."

Spike: "Yes, sir!"

Narrator: "Tooted Spike. And he hurried off happily."

Discord: "You're looking very cheerful, Spike."

Narrator: "Oiled Discord. Spike told Discord all about his exciting job."

Discord: "Haven't you heard about the Curse of the Cliffs?"

Narrator: "Oiled Discord."

Spike: "No."

Narrator: "Tooted Spike nervously. Discord snorted."

Discord: "Whenever the first animal of the holiday season goes around the headland. A terrible fog comes down over the cliffs."

Narrator: "Spike didn't like the sound of that at all."

Discord: "The animal loses its way, and nobody knows where it goes."

Narrator: "Discord chugged away, leaving Spike unhappy indeed. He wished that he didn't have to go to the beach after all.

Spike dread his feet slowly along the path. He was very worried.

Finally, Spike reached the supply shed. Workers had loaded his wagons with windbreaks and deck chairs. Spike puffed slowly on his way. He was thinking about the curse of the cliffs.

Suddenly, he saw Owlowiscious the Owl. Owlowiscious had bad news."

Owlowiscious: "Thick fog rolling in on the headland!"

Narrator: "Owlowiscious shouted."

Owlowiscious: "Puff carefully, Spike!"

Narrator: "And Owlowiscious whirred away over the treetops. Spike was very scared now."

Spike: "What if what Discord said about the curse of the cliffs is true?"

Narrator: "Tooted Thomas."

Spike: "I could get lost in the fog and never be seen again."

Narrator: "Spike puffed fearfully towards the cliffs.

Spike was approaching the tunnel when he saw Snails. Snails looked unhappy."

Spike: "What's the matter?"

Narrator: "Asked Spike kindly."

Snails: "I was enjoying myself until I met Discord."

Narrator: "Said Snails unhappily."

Snails: "He told me a monster lives in the tunnel. Now I'm too scared to go through."

Spike: "I'm sure Discord can't be right about the monster."

Narrator: "Spike said."

Spike: "Why don't I go in to the tunnel first? Then you can follow me."

Narrator: "Spike puffed slowly into the tunnel. He heard a strange noise."

Spike: "Must be brave, must be brave."

Narrator: "He told himself. Spike was determined not to show Snails he was frightened. He screwed up his courage and puffed slowly on. Then the noise grew louder and louder. Suddenly, Spike saw two eyes peering on him. Now he knew that Discord was right."

Spike: "Bust my scales!"

Narrator: "Wheeshed Spike."

Spike: "There is a monster."

Narrator: "Spike wanted to go back, but he couldn't. He had to help Snails."

Spike: "Must be brave, must be brave."

Narrator: "He chuffed. Spike had to go forward. But as the smoke started to clear, Spike saw that the eyes weren't eyes at all. They were lights. And the thud-thud-thud wasn't a noise made by a monster. It came from the machine beside the path. It was a generator to power the lights. Then Spike saw picks and shovels. He realized that workmen must be working there."

Spike: "Discord was wrong. There's no monster in the tunnel after all."

Narrator: "Soon Spike came across the workers making tea. Spike whistled the workmen happily. Snails was also very relieved."

Snails: "You're a very brave dragon."

Narrator: "Said Snails."

Snails: "Now I can finish my job."

Narrator: "And he puffed away. Spike was happy to help Snails. Then he remembered that he still had to get to the beach. And he remembered Discord's warning about the curse of the cliffs.

Spike felt very nervous as he puffed towards the headline. So nervous that he stopped."

Spike: "I can't go any further."

Narrator: "Spike said. He began to reverse away from the cliffs. Then, he had an idea."

Spike: "If Discord was wrong about the monster in the tunnel, maybe he'll be wrong about the curse of the cliffs."

Narrator: "He puffed. He started to go forward again."

Spike: "I'm not afraid, I'm not afraid."

Narrator: "He chuffed as he walked carefully towards the mist. Suddenly, the mist rolled away, and the sun came out. Spike saw that the cliffs were beautiful."

Spike: "Discord just wanted to frighten me."

Narrator: "Spike whistled.

Soon, the seaside station was up ahead. At last, Spike reached the station on the other side of the headland. Spike knew that soon the beach would be filled with happy vacations."

Spike: "I should not have believed what Discord said about the curse of the cliffs."

Narrator: "Wheeshed Spike. In future, Spike decided he would believe in himself."

Brave

There are times to be brave and times to be strong, when you are lost and you're all alone.
You might be somewhere strange and dark, but long to be safe at home.
Spike knows what must be done, he knows and what is more.
He's the leader, number one. Such a brave little dragon for sure.
Well you might be lost on a foggy night, stuck fast on a snowy day.
It's times like this you feel afraid, so that's when it is the time to say.
Spike knows what must be done, he knows and what is more.
He's the leader, number one. Such a brave little dragon for sure.
Spike knows what must be done, he knows and what is more.
He's the leader, number one. Such a brave little dragon, brave little dragon, brave little dragon for sure.
Spike knows what must be done, he knows and what is more.
He's the leader, number one. Such a brave little dragon for sure.
Spike knows what must be done, he knows and what is more.
He's the leader, number one. Such a brave little dragon, brave little dragon, brave little dragon for sure.

Spike and the Toy Workshop

Narrator: "It was a bright crisp winter's day in Ponyville. All the animals were hard at work carrying passengers and freight. Spike was very excited. He had a special job to do. The toy shop was to have a grand opening for the Christmas holiday season. The workers at the toy factory had worked hard to make lots and lots of toys in time for the grand opening. Spike's job was to take toys from the factory to the toy shop. It was hard work, but Spike was enjoying it. He felt really useful doing something so important. And he was looking forward to seeing the children's happy faces.

On the day of the grand opening, Hoity Toity came to Golden Oak Library."

Hoity Toity: "A new machine for the toy factory has arrived."

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "Filthy Rich, I want you to pick it up from Ponyville Docks, and take it to the factory as soon as possible. And while you are there,"

Narrator: "He added."

Hoity Toity: "You can take the last load of toys from the factory to the toy shop."

Narrator: "Spike was disappointed. He thought that was his job. Maybe he could pick the children up at the school, and take them to the grand opening. But Hoity Toity gave that job to Rarity."

Hoity Toity: "You ought to do other jobs today."

Narrator: "He told Spike. Spike hurried off to start his new jobs. But he was very sad not to be helping with the grand opening.

The signal at the next station was red, and Spike stopped. The stationmaster was waiting for him with a message. It was from Hoity Toity."

Stationmaster: "Rarity has been injured."

Narrator: "Said the stationmaster."

Stationmaster: "You must get all your jobs done as quickly as possible. Then you are to collect the children after school, and take them to the toy shop."

Narrator: "Spike was sad for Rarity, but excited to take the children. He puffed away quickly. There was a lot to do. Spike was happy to be helping with the grand opening after all. He almost burst his body as he puffed around the town.

At last, Spike finished his jobs. He picked up Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle and steamed off to collect the children.

Spike puffed through the docks. He was surprised to see Filthy Rich was still there. Then Spike saw that Filthy Rich was trapped by a large crate."

Spike: "What happened, Gustave?"

Narrator: "Asked Spike."

Gustave: "That crate slipped out of my claws!"

Narrator: "Snapped Gustave crankily. Spike was worried. Filthy Rich still had to collect the last load of toys from the factory for the toy shop."

Spike: "What if the toys arrive late for the toy shop?"

Narrator: "Wheeshed Spike."

Spike: "The children will be disappointed."

Filthy Rich: "I'll go as soon as the path's cleared."

Narrator: "Huffed Filthy Rich."

Spike: "I know."

Narrator: "Puffed Spike excitedly."

Spike: "I can collect the toys from the factory. Then I'll pick up the children."

Filthy Rich: "You won't be able to pull all the wagons of toys as well as Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle."

Narrator: "Said Filthy Rich."

Spike: "Don't worry."

Narrator: "Spike whistled."

Spike: "I can do it."

Narrator: "And he puffed quickly away.

There was very little time left before the grand opening."

Spike: "Gotta hurry, gotta hurry."

Narrator: "Puffed Spike."

Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle: "Doing our best, doing our best."

Narrator: "Chanted Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle.

At last, Spike reached the toy factory. He was coupled up to a long line of wagons, and he set off to the toy shop. Spike had been working hard all day and he wasn't used to pulling such a heavy load."

Spike: "It's very hard work."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle: "You can do it, you can do it."

Narrator: "Sang Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle.

Soon, Spike was heading up Big Macintosh's Hill."

Spike: "Must get to the top, must get to the top."

Narrator: "He huffed. But he went slower, and slower, and slower until eventually he stopped all together."

Spike: "I have to go on."

Narrator: "Wheeshed Spike. But he wasn't strong enough. The line started to pull Spike back down the hill. He applied his brakes, but it didn't help. He slid all the way to the bottom. Spike was very upset."

Spike: "I've let everyone down."

Narrator: "He puffed sadly."

Spike: "Especially the children."

Narrator: "Just then, he heard another animal coming. It was Filthy Rich. The workmen had cleared the path at the docks."

Filthy Rich: "What's the matter, Spike?"

Narrator: "Filthy Rich asked. Spike told him."

Spike: "You are right, Filthy Rich."

Narrator: "He said unhappily."

Spike: "This load was too heavy for me. I should've listened to you, and now I know I need your help."

Filthy Rich: "What can I do?"

Narrator: "Chuffed Filthy Rich."

Spike: "You take the wagons to the toy shop."

Narrator: "Whistled Spike."

Spike: "And I'll pick up the children. But we must hurry."

Narrator: "Filthy Rich chuffed as fast as he could to the toy shop. Spike puffed around the town as fast as he could. The children cheered when they saw him coming."

Spike: "You won't be late."

Narrator: "He whistled as he steamed from station to station.

And they weren't. Spike arrived just in time for the grand opening. It was a magical sight. There were colored lights, balloons and lots and lots of toys. Hoity Toity declared the toy shop open for the Christmas holiday season. Everybody cheered. Spike was so pleased to see the children's happy faces."

Spike: "You were right, Filthy Rich."

Narrator: "Spike said."

Spike: "In future, I should leave pulling the heavy loads to you."

Pipsqueak and the Oil Painting

Narrator: "Ponyville, Equestria is a very special place. It has hills, and valleys, fields and forests. All of Hoity Toity's animals love Ponyville.

One day, Hoity Toity came to Golden Oak Library. He had splendid news."

Hoity Toity: "The mayor has invited a famous artist to paint a picture called The Spirit of Ponyville. It will be put on show at the town hall."

Narrator: "Boomed Hoity Toity."

Hoity Toity: "Pipsqueak, you must collect the artist at Ponyville Docks and show him all the most beautiful places."

Pipsqueak: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak. Spike was excited for his friend, but Pipsqueak was worried."

Pipsqueak: "What's the Spirit of Ponyville?"

Narrator: "Asked Pipsqueak. Spike thought."

Spike: "Everything that is special about the town."

Narrator: "He said."

Spike: "No one knows the town better than you."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Spike: "And no one loves it more than you. You're just the pony for the job."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak felt better. He would show the famous artist somewhere very special. Somewhere that was The Spirit of Ponyville.

When Percy arrived at Ponyville Docks, the docks were very crowded. Everyone wanted to see the famous artist. He had paper and an easel, he had pots of paints and bags of brushes. A long smock to keep his clothes, clean and on his head, he wear a big black beret. Pipsqueak thought he looked very important. The famous artist walked towards Pipsqueak."

Famous Artist: "I want to see The Spirit of Ponyville."

Narrator: "He said."

Famous Artist: "Please show me somewhere special."

Pipsqueak: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Puffed Pipsqueak happily. And he steamed out of the docks as fast as he could go.

Pipsqueak puffed across the town."

Pipsqueak: "Somewhere special, somewhere special."

Narrator: "He chuffed. At last, Pipsqueak came to Ponyville Valley. It was very beautiful."

Pipsqueak: "There you are, sir!"

Narrator: "Cried Pipsqueak happily."

Pipsqueak: "The Spirit of Ponyville!"

Narrator: "The famous artist had a very long look."

Famous Artist: "Too green!"

Narrator: "He said."

Famous Artist: "I want you to show me somewhere special."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak was surprised. He thought Ponyville Valley was very special. But the artist was very famous and very important."

Pipsqueak: "Maybe Ponyville Valley isn't special after all."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak set off again. He would show the famous artist somewhere else special.

Pipsqueak came to Ponyville Beach. The sun was shining, children were playing in the sand. There was even a donkey giving rides. Pipsqueak was sure the famous artist would want to paint it."

Pipsqueak: "There we are, sir!"

Narrator: "He puffed."

Pipsqueak: "All the children love Ponyville Beach."

Narrator: "The famous artist looked at Ponyville Beach. He held his paintbrush and palette."

Famous Artist: "Hmm, the sand is too yellow."

Narrator: "He sighed."

Famous Artist: "I want you to show me somewhere special."

Narrator: "This upset Pipsqueak. He thought Ponyville Beach was the most cheerful place on the island. He wanted to tell the famous artist he was wrong. But all he said was..."

Pipsqueak: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "And set off sadly again.

Pipsqueak took the artist to the viaduct. But the famous artist said,"

Famous Artist: "Too tall."

Narrator: "Then, Pipsqueak took him to the windmill."

Famous Artist: "Too round."

Narrator: "Said the famous artist.

Finally, Pipsqueak took the famous artist to the town hall. There were ponies and buffaloes, porters and packages, and loudest of all, the happy noise of passengers coming aboard. Pipsqueak thought it was the most wonderful sight of all."

Pipsqueak: "Here, sir."

Narrator: "Said Pipsqueak proudly."

Pipsqueak: "Isn't this The Spirit of Ponyville?"

Famous Artist: "Too busy."

Narrator: "The famous artist sighed."

Famous Artist: "Why, I do believe there is nothing special to paint in this town at all."

Narrator: "Pipsqueak was so cross his body bubbled, and he went as brown as Cranky Doodle Donkey. Big Mac thought the artist was very rude."

Pipsqueak: "Everywhere in Ponyville is special!"

Narrator: "Peeped Pipsqueak."

Pipsqueak: "And so are the people and the children and the animals! We are all special!"

Narrator: "Then he blew hard. His air blew the artist's hat into the air."

Famous Artist: "I want to see Hoity Toity right away!"

Narrator: "The famous artist cried. Pipsqueak was sure he was in trouble now. Pipsqueak waited and worried.

Hoity Toity came to the town hall at once."

Famous Artist: "I have found the perfect thing to paint."

Narrator: "Cried the famous artist."

Hoity Toity: "What is it?"

Narrator: "Asked Hoity Toity."

Famous Artist: "I am going to paint Pipsqueak!"

Pipsqueak: "Bust my hooves!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak gasped."

Pipsqueak: "You want to paint me!?"

Famous Artist: "Pipsqueak is honest, hard working and helpful. And he is not afraid to speak his mind. He is surely the Spirit of Ponyville."

Narrator: "Said the famous artist. And Hoity Toity agreed. And so the famous artist painted Pipsqueak.

And on the night the painting was to be shown for the first time, all the animals were there. When the mayor pulled the cord to show his picture, Pipsqueak gasped."

Spike: "I told you were the best pony for the job."

Narrator: "Spike smiled. And Pipsqueak smiled too. He was very proud to be the Spirit of Ponyville."

Spike and the Rainbow

Narrator: "Spike has friends all over Ponyville. Friends at the Docks, and friends at the farm. All of the animals are Spike's friends. And so are all the children.

One night, there had been a summer storm in Equestria. Hoity Toity came to Golden Oak Library. He looked very serious."

Hoity Toity: "A strong wind has blown down the telephone lines."

Narrator: "He said."

Hoity Toity: "Spike, you must take the engineers to fix the telephone lines, or it will cause confusion and delay."

Narrator: "He boomed."

Spike: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Said Spike, and he puffed away.

Spike arrived at the Docks. The telephone engineers gathered round Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle. Then Spike noticed something in the sky. Spike thought it was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen."

Spike: "Look at all the colors, Shining Armor."

Narrator: "Gasped Spike."

Spike: "Red and blue and yellow and green."

Shining Armor: "That's a rainbow."

Narrator: "Puffed Shining Armor wisely."

Shining Armor: "An old story says you'll find something magical at the end of the rainbow."

Spike: "Something magical."

Narrator: "Gasped Spike."

Spike: "That sounds wonderful. I must find the end of the rainbow right away."

Narrator: "And he wheeshed away as fast as he could.

Spike had to stop at a junction. The rainbow was overhead. Pipsqueak was already waiting."

Pipsqueak: "Hello, Spike."

Narrator: Pipsqueak said cheerfully."

Spike: "Sorry."

Narrator: "Spike puffed."

Spike: "No time to talk. I have to find the end of the rainbow."

Narrator: "And he chuffed quickly away.

Spike puffed up Big Macintosh's Hill. The end of the rainbow was just over the top. But when Spike reached the top, the end of the rainbow had moved."

Spike: "Bother!"

Narrator: "Said Spike.

Spike had to let some engineers off at the bridge. He could see the rainbow up ahead. Children on the bridge waved at Spike and called hello. Spike just chuffed away."

Spike: "Sorry, no time to talk."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Spike: "I have to find the end of the rainbow."

Narrator: "Spike took the telephone engineers all across the town. Over the hills and through the valleys. All the time, he was looking forward for the end of the rainbow."

Spike: "Must find the end, must find the end."

Narrator: "He puffed.

When Spike passed Filthy Rich, Filthy Rich asked him for some help."

Spike: "Sorry."

Narrator: "Cried Spike."

Spike: "I don't have time to stop. I'm looking for the end of the rainbow."

Narrator: "But the end of the rainbow was always just around the corner.

Finally, Spike past Braeburn."

Braeburn: "Slow down, Spike!"

Narrator: "Braeburn cried."

Braeburn: "There's something ahead on the path!"

Narrator: "But Spike wasn't listening. He was sure the end of the rainbow was just around the corner. But then there was trouble. Spike hit the telegraph pole and they all came off the path. Luckily, no one was hurt."

Spike: "Fire and scales!"

Narrator: "Spike cried. Spike was stuck. His driver couldn't phone for help. The telephone lines were still not working. Then Spike spotted Pipsqueak far away."

Spike: "Help!"

Narrator: "Cried Spike."

Spike: "Pipsqueak, help!"

Narrator: "And he whistled as loud as he could. Spike watched sadly as Pipsqueak puffed away."

Spike: "Pipsqueak isn't talking to me because I didn't have time to talk to him."

Narrator: "Thought Spike."

Spike: "I was too busy chasing the end of the rainbow."

Narrator: "Spike knew it was his fault.

But Pipsqueak had heard Spike's whistle. He knew Spike was in trouble. And he was hurrying to get help."

Pipsqueak: "Spike is in trouble!"

Narrator: "Pipsqueak called as he passed Filthy Rich.

Then Filthy Rich told Angel the Rabbit.

And Angel told the children.

The children told Cranky.

Cranky told Owlowiscious.

And Owlowiscious told Caramel. Caramel set off right away.

Caramel found Spike in no time at all. Soon, he had them all back on the path."

Spike: "Thank you for rescuing us, Caramel."

Narrator: "Said Spike. Caramel told Spike how the message had been passed on."

Caramel: "All of your friends had helped rescue you."

Narrator: "He said. Spike was very happy indeed.

Spike puffed along. The rainbow was still in the sky. But Spike didn't try to find the end of the rainbow. He worked as hard as he could until all the telephones were working again.

As Spike returned to Golden Oak Library, he was amazed to find the end of the rainbow. It was right over Golden Oak Library."

Spike: "The old story was right!"

Narrator: "Gasped Spike."

Spike: "There is something magical at the end of the rainbow; my friends. Friends are the most wonderful thing of all."

Animal Roll Call

They're two, they're four, they're six, they're eight,
Arranging changelings and carrying freight.
Red and white and brown and purple,
They're the Really Useful crew.
All with different roles to play
'round the Library or far away,
Down the hills and round the bends,
Spike and his friends.

Spike, he's the cheeky one,
Cranky is vain but lots of fun.
Pipsqueak delivers the mail on time,
Big Macintosh thunders down the path.
Rarity really knows her stuff,
Filthy Rich pulls and heaves and hauls.
Shining Armor wants to help and share,
Braeburn, well, let's say, he's yellow.

They're two, they're four, they're six, they're eight,
Arranging changelings and carrying freight.
Red and white and brown and purple,
They're the Really Useful crew.
All with different roles to play
'round the Library or far away,
Down the hills and round the bends,
Spike and his friends.

They're two, they're four, they're six, they're eight,
Arranging changelings and carrying freight.
Red and white and brown and purple,
They're the Really Useful crew.
All with different roles to play
'round the Library or far away,
Down the hills and round the bends,
Spike and his friends.

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