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Spooks and Surprises (January 2009) - Full is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make.

Description

  • Here's the full version of Spooks and Surprises, a Thomas DVD released on January 6, 2009. Stories narrated by Michael Brandon included, as well as two songs: Thomas and The Big Bang, Hide and Peep, Wharf and Peace, Doing It Right, Fearless Freddie, Sticky Taffy Thomas, Thomas and The Stinky Cheese and Engine Roll Call.

Opening Previews

  1. Warning Screen
  2. HiT Entertainment logo (2007)
  3. Lionsgate logo
  4. Thomas and Friends Making Tracks to Great Destinations logo
  5. Thomas and Friends Season 8-10 intro
  6. Thomas and Friends Island of Sodor opening sequence
  7. First few seconds of Thomas and The Big Bang

Opening Credits

  • THOMAS & FRIENDS
  • Based on The Railway Series by The REV.W.AWDRY
  • Created by BRITT ALLCROFT
  • Storyteller MICHAEL BRANDON
  • Directed by STEVE ASQUITH
  • SPOOKS AND SURPRISES

Transcript

  • (We open this DVD with the CGI Thomas passing through the bridge)
  • (When he is gone, the Thomas and Friends logo and the Making Tracks To Great Destinations text appear)
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas and Friends: Making Tracks To Great Destinations.
  • (We then start with the Season 8-10 intro and we then go to the Island of Sodor opening sequence)
  • Michael Brandon: The Island of Sodor 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 are visitors to the island arrived. The island also has lots and lots of railway lines. Who's that puffing down the track?
  • (Thomas' whistle toots)
  • Michael Brandon: It's Thomas! Hello, Thomas!
  • (Thomas' whistle toots)
  • Thomas: Hello, everybody! Welcome to the Island of Sodor!
  • (Thomas' whistle toots)
  • (Toby's bell rings)
  • (Trevor's whistle toots)
  • (Edward's whistle toots)
  • (A wheesh of steam occurs and we begin Thomas and The Big Bang)
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas and The Big Bang. Thomas is a cheeky little engine. He likes to have fun with his friends. He likes playing hide-and-peep with Percy. And he enjoys joking with James. One day, Thomas was fitted with a brand-new whistle. The whistle gleamed...and Thomas beamed. And he blew it all day long. He blew it softly...and he blew it loudly. He blew it in stations...and he blew it in Misty Valley. Thomas thought it was the most wonderful whistle he had ever had. Thomas puffed into the wharf with a train of freight cars. Mr. Percival was there.
  • Mr. Percival: Thomas! The Narrow Gauge engines are bringing bricks, flour and lumber. They must be loaded into your freight cars by suppertime.
  • Michael Brandon: Mr. Percival left. Thomas felt very happy. So he blew his new whistle loudly. Rheneas was surprised. He jumped and biffed into his flatbeds. Skarloey and Sir Handel laughed. Even Rheneas thought it was funny.
  • Thomas: That was fun.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas. Now he wanted to play more jokes and have more fun. So Thomas chuffed off to look for another engine to peep. Later, Rusty puffed into the wharf. He was shunting cars full of bright red bricks. They were to be unloaded into Thomas's empty freight cars, but Thomas wanted to have more fun. He rolled up behind Rusty. Rheneas and Skarloey held their puff. Thomas blew his new whistle.
  • (Thomas' whistle blowing)
  • Thomas: Peep!
  • Michael Brandon: Rusty jumped and he biffed his freight cars. Rusty was covered in red brick dust. Skarloey and Rheneas both laughed. Thomas thought it was great fun. Rusty thought it was fun, too. Now, he wanted to join in.
  • Rusty: Can't catch me!
  • Michael Brandon: Hooted Rusty. And he steamed around the wharf. Thomas puffed after him. Everyone was laughing and having fun, but no one collected the bricks. Then Thomas had another idea.
  • Thomas: Sir Handel will be arriving with the cars of flour soon.
  • Michael Brandon: He tooted.
  • Thomas: Why don't we all peep him at once?
  • Michael Brandon: The little engines were excited. And they all found hiding places. As Sir Handel puffed into the wharf, there was nobody to be seen.
  • Thomas: Now!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Thomas. He blew his new whistle as loudly as he could. The little engines blew their whistles, too. Sir Handel biffed his freight cars in surprise. Flour flew up into the air like a great white cloud.
  • Rusty: You look like a ghost.
  • Michael Brandon: Laughed Rusty.
  • Sir Handel: Oo-oer!
  • Michael Brandon: Laughed Sir Handel.
  • Sir Handel: Look at me. I'm a ghost.
  • Michael Brandon: And he steamed away. Soon, all the engines were chasing each other and no one was doing any work! Thomas had another idea.
  • Thomas: Peter Sam is on his way. Let's peep him as well.
  • Michael Brandon: And the little engines agreed this was a very good idea. Peter Sam trundled into the wharf. Thomas got ready with his whistle. The little engines got ready, too.
  • (Thomas' whistle blowing)
  • Thomas: Peep!
  • Michael Brandon: Peter Sam shot forward. He bashed his flatbeds so hard they burst through the buffers, smashed through the oil drums stacked on the wharf and splashed into the canal!
  • Little engines: Oh, my!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried the little engines.
  • Thomas: Cinders and ashes!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Thomas. Mr. Percival arrived at the wharf.
  • Mr. Percival: What has been going on here?
  • Michael Brandon: He said sternly.
  • Mr. Percival: There are bricks all over the rails, flour all over the warehouse, and now lumber is in the canal!
  • Thomas: I'm sorry, sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Thomas sadly.
  • Thomas: It's all my fault. I just wanted to play jokes and have fun.
  • Michael Brandon: Mr. Percival was very cross.
  • Mr. Percival: You must clear up this mess at once.
  • Michael Brandon: He cried.
  • Mr. Percival: And your freight cars must be loaded by suppertime.
  • Michael Brandon: As soon as the workmen had reloaded the bricks, Thomas started to work. But the little engines still wanted to play. They wanted to wheesh the dust and flour at each other.
  • Thomas: No more jokes.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Thomas.
  • Thomas: We have work to do!
  • Michael Brandon: And he shunted the freight cars into a siding. New cars of flour were now ready, and Thomas took them to the sidings as well. At last, the workmen had the lumber wagons ready and Thomas shunted them into the siding, too. Finally, Thomas had one long train of bricks, flour and lumber, and it wasn't even suppertime. Mr. Percival came back. He saw Thomas, but Thomas was hiding his freight cars.
  • Mr. Percival: Where are your freight cars?
  • Michael Brandon: Said Mr. Percival crossly. Thomas smiled. He was playing a trick. He puffed forward slowly.
  • Thomas: Here they are sir.
  • Michael Brandon: He whistled happily.
  • Thomas: Loaded up and ready to go.
  • Michael Brandon: The little engines laughed, and Mr. Percival laughed, too.
  • Mr. Percival: Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: He said.
  • Mr. Percival: That was a good joke. You are a really funny engine.
  • Michael Brandon: And Thomas puffed happily away.
  • (An engine puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Hide and Peep)
  • Michael Brandon: Hide and Peep. Brendam Docks is a busy, bustling place. There are loading bays, tracks and sidings, and lots and lots of big warehouses. Everyone enjoys working at Brendam Docks. One day, Thomas, Percy and Cranky were all waiting for an important cargo ship to arrive. Cranky could see the ship was far away on the horizon.
  • Cranky: The ship will be late.
  • Michael Brandon: He told Thomas and Percy. Thomas had an idea.
  • Thomas: Let's play a game while we wait.
  • Michael Brandon: He puffed cheerfully.
  • Percy: What shall we play?
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy excitedly.
  • Thomas: Hide-and-peep.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas. It was his favorite game.
  • Thomas: You go and hide, Percy, and when I find you, I will peep loudly.
  • Percy: You will never find me.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Percy.
  • Percy: I'm the best hider ever.
  • Thomas: Well, I'm the best finder.
  • Michael Brandon: Boasted Thomas. Cranky looked down at the little tank engines.
  • Cranky: Can I play?
  • Michael Brandon: He asked.
  • Thomas: You're much too tall to hide.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas laughed. Cranky felt left out. So Percy puffed away to hide. Soon, Thomas steamed off to find his friend. Thomas puffed past loading bays, steamed by sidings, and wheeshed alongside warehouses, but Percy was very good at hiding, and Thomas couldn't find him anywhere. Thomas puffed into a large warehouse. He thought Percy might be hiding there. But when he got inside, he couldn't see him. Suddenly, an idea flew into Thomas's funnel. He decided he would play a trick. Thomas pretended he knew where Percy was hiding, even though he didn't.
  • Thomas: Found you!
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Thomas loudly. Then he looked all around to see where Percy was hiding. Percy puffed out of his hiding place. Percy could see that Thomas hadn't really found him at all. Percy whistled loudly. Thomas was surprised.
  • Percy: You tricked me.
  • Michael Brandon: Percy puffed crossly.
  • Percy: You didn't know where I was at all.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas felt foolish.
  • Thomas: I'm sorry.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed.
  • Percy: I'll hide again.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Percy.
  • Percy: But no more tricks.
  • Michael Brandon: And he chuffed quickly away. Thomas waited. Then he steamed off to look for Percy again. But Percy was very good at hiding, and Thomas couldn't find him anywhere.
  • Thomas: Bother!
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Thomas. Suddenly, another idea flew into Thomas's funnel.
  • Thomas: I'll pretend that Sir Topham Hatt has arrived. Percy!
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas loudly.
  • Thomas: Sir Topham Hatt is here!
  • Michael Brandon: But Sir Topham Hatt wasn't really there at all. Suddenly there was a loud noise. Percy had been hiding at the top of the coal hopper. Thomas was surprised.
  • Percy: Bust my boiler.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Percy.
  • Percy: Where is he, Thomas?
  • Michael Brandon: But Percy couldn't see Sir Topham Hatt anywhere.
  • Thomas: Found you!
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Thomas cheekily. Percy saw that Thomas had tricked him again.
  • Percy: That's not fair!
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed. Thomas could see Percy was upset.
  • Thomas: I'm sorry.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas chuffed.
  • Thomas: Hide again. This time I won't trick you.
  • Michael Brandon: So Percy puffed away to hide again. Thomas waited. Then he started to look for his friend. Thomas still couldn't find him, but he did find the dockyard manager. The dockyard manager was also looking for Percy and for Thomas.
  • Dockyard Manager: The ship has docked and Cranky is unloading the cargo. You must come and collect your deliveries.
  • Michael Brandon: He told Thomas. Thomas peeped loudly for Percy.
  • Thomas: Percy! The ship has docked!
  • Michael Brandon: He tooted. Percy heard Thomas, but he thought it was another trick, so Percy decided to stay hidden.
  • Thomas: Cinders and ashes!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Thomas.
  • Thomas; Percy thinks I'm playing another trick.
  • Michael Brandon: Percy would be in trouble if he didn't collect his freight cars.
  • Thomas: If only I hadn't tricked Percy before.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas. He raced over to Cranky.
  • Cranky: Where's Percy?
  • Michael Brandon: Cranked Cranky crankily.
  • Cranky: Percy is still hiding.
  • Thomas: I'm not a very good finder after all.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas wheeshed sadly.
  • Cranky: And I'm too tall to be a good hider.
  • Michael Brandon: Creaked Cranky. Thomas remembered that Cranky wassotall, he had seen the cargo ship far out at sea.
  • Thomas: You may not be a good hider.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas.
  • Thomas: But you'd be a very good finder.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas asked Cranky to see if he could find where Percy was hiding.
  • Thomas: Or Percy will get into trouble.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas. Cranky didn't want the little engines to get into trouble. Cranky looked easily over warehouses, across loading bays and down onto sidings. And there he saw Percy.
  • Cranky: I found him.
  • Michael Brandon: Cranked Cranky proudly. Thomas raced over to Rocky.
  • Thomas: Found you, Percy!
  • Michael Brandon: He peeped loudly.
  • Percy: Rattle my rods!
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Percy. He was very surprised.
  • Percy: You are the very best finder, after all.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy.
  • Thomas: No, I'm not.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed sadly.
  • Thomas: I had to ask Cranky to find you. He's so tall, he could see where you were hiding.
  • Percy: You tricked me again.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Percy. Before Percy could get cross, Thomas told him about the waiting freight cars.
  • Thomas: It's time for our deliveries.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas whistled.
  • Thomas: We must hurry.
  • Michael Brandon: Together, Percy and Thomas steamed back to their freight cars. Percy was happy his friend had found him. Soon, they were ready to leave.
  • Thomas: Thank you, Cranky!
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas chuffed loudly.
  • Thomas: You are the best finder.
  • Michael Brandon: Cranky was very pleased.
  • Thomas: And Percy.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed to his friend.
  • Thomas: You are the best hider ever.
  • Michael Brandon: And the two friends steamed happily away.
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Wharf and Peace)
  • Michael Brandon: Wharf and Peace. Skarloey was a happy little engine. He likes puffing past all his favorite places. He likes the big blue lake, and he likes crossing the viaduct high in the air. Skarloey has so many favorite places up in the hills. But sometimes, Skarloey has to go to the wharf. The wharf is not his favorite place at all. Skarloey thinks it's loud and noisy. He feels very small there and he doesn't know anybody's name. One day, Skarloey pulled flour trucks into the wharf. He didn't say hello to anyone and no one said hello to him. The troublesome trucks saw a chance for mischief. They wiggled and giggled and biffed Skarloey.
  • Troublesome Trucks: On, on!
  • Michael Brandon: They cried. Then, some pipes dropped from the crane and landed with a clang. Skarloey jumped. His freight cars hit the buffers and bright white flour flew everywhere.
  • James: Fancy jumping at a silly old crane!
  • Michael Brandon: Snorted James.
  • James: Scary little engine!
  • Michael Brandon: Skarloey felt very upset as smaller than ever.
  • Thomas: James was only teasing.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas.
  • Troublesome Trucks: Scaredy engine, scaredy engine!
  • Michael Brandon: Sang the trucks.
  • Troublesome Trucks: Clickety-clack, don't come back! (laughs)
  • Skarloey: Maybe I am a little scaredy engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Skarloey and he steamed away. Later, Skarloey had to collect the prize bull and take it to the wharf. He was very worried. Skarloey came to the rickety bridge. Rusty had stopped on the other side. Rusty didn't like crossing the bridge. He thought it was very high up.
  • Rusty: What should I do?
  • Michael Brandon: Rusty asked nervously.
  • Skarloey: I'm not a brave engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Skarloey sadly.
  • Skarloey: So I don't look down and I puff as hard as I can. Skarloey crossed the bridge safely.
  • Rusty: Thank you, Skarloey.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Rusty. Now he can cross the bridge safely, too. Then, Skarloey met Duncan at the dip in the track. A stream had burst its tanks. Water covered the tracks.
  • Duncan: If I go in the water, I might put on my firebox.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Duncan.
  • Skarloey: I'm not a brave engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Skarloey sadly.
  • Skarloey: So I roll very slowly and I tried not to make any ways.
  • Michael Brandon: So Skarloey rolled as gently as he could, and was soon on the other side. Then, Duncan did the same.
  • Duncan: Thank you!
  • Michael Brandon: He cried. But Skarloey had already gone. Skarloey was nearly the wharf again. Then, there was trouble. Logs broke free at the forest mill. They rumbled and tumbled down the hill. And Rheneas was coming the other way.
  • Skarloey: Oh, no!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Skarloey.
  • Skarloey: The logs will hit Rheneas!
  • Michael Brandon: Skarloey tried peeping and calling. But Rheneas didn't hear. So Skarloey steamed forward as fast as he could. The log hit Skarloey with a great big boof! Skarloey was dended and the bull roared. But luckily, no one was hurt. Rheneas was very happy to be saved. But Skarloey still look sad.
  • Rheneas: What's the matter?
  • Michael Brandon: Asked his friend.
  • Skarloey: I jumped and a noise at the wharf.
  • Michael Brandon: Sighed Skarloey.
  • Skarloey: And the troublesome trucks laughed at me. Now I have a big dent. I'm a scaredy little engine and scaredy engines will never be useful engines.
  • Michael Brandon: Rheneas was surprised.
  • Rheneas: But you saved me from a horrible biffing.
  • Michael Brandon: He cried.
  • Rheneas: Rusty told me you help him with the bridge and helped Duncan with the stream. You are the bravest little engine I know.
  • Michael Brandon: But Skarloey didn't feel brave at all. He still had to go to the wharf. And that's scaredy. Skarloey rolled into the wharf. It was as big and noisy as ever. Then, he remembered what his friend Rheneas had said.
  • Skarloey: I helped Rusty, and Duncan and Rheneas. I am the bravest little engine I know.
  • Michael Brandon: Skarloey took a brave big puff.
  • Skarloey: Hello, everybody! I'm Skarloey!
  • Michael Brandon: To his surprise, the workmen all called back.
  • Workmen: Hello, Skarloey!
  • Michael Brandon: Skarloey was delighted. Then, Skarloey saw the troublesome trucks.
  • Troublesome Trucks: Clickety-clack, looks who's back!
  • Michael Brandon: They sang.
  • Troublesome Trucks: The scaredy little engine's on our track!
  • Michael Brandon: This made Skarloey cross.
  • Skarloey: I am not a scaredy little engine!
  • Michael Brandon: He said firmly.
  • Skarloey: And if you biff me, I'll biff you back, so there!
  • Troublesome Trucks: Whoo!
  • Michael Brandon: Said the troublesome trucks and they didn't move an inch. Skarloey's bull was safely unloaded. James was impressed.
  • James: Good work, Skarloey.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed.
  • Thomas: You are a really useful engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Added Thomas. Skarloey felt very proud, very happy and very very brave. And now, that the wharf is filled of friends, it's one Skarloey's favorite places of all.
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Doing It Right)
  • Children: Whatever job you're doing, Make sure you're doing it right. Start each day the proper way Your polish shining bright. Do your best but still have fun So when you come home at night. You can say in every way You try to do things right.
  • Girl: Don't go racing through the fog. That's when you must take care. Help the other engines As there's always work to share. Take on coal and water To see you through the day.
  • Children: And you're get used to doing Everything the proper way. Whatever job you're doing, Make sure you're doing it right. Start each day the proper way Your polish shining bright. Do your best but still have fun So when you come home at night. You can say in every way You try to do things right.
  • Girl: Wait till everyone's on board Before you're wheeshing steam Clear the snow with snowploughs Follow Harold's shining beam. Whistle out a warning When there's trouble up ahead.
  • Children: How proud you're going to feel When you get home at Tidmouth Sheds. Whatever job you're doing, Make sure you're doing it right. Start each day the proper way Your polish shining bright. Do your best but still have fun So when you come home at night. You can say in every way You try to do things right. You can say in every way You try to do things right.
  • (Instrumental break)
  • Girl: Don't go racing through the fog. That's when you must take care. Help the other engines As there's always work to share. Take on coal and water To see you through the day.
  • Children: And you're get used to doing Everything the proper way. Whatever job you're doing, Make sure you're doing it right. Start each day the proper way Your polish shining bright. Do your best but still have fun So when you come home at night. You can say in every way You try to do things right. You can say in every way You try to do things right.
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Fearless Freddie)
  • Michael Brandon: Fearless Freddie. Today, an old friend's coming back to the Narrow Gauge Railway. His name was Fearless Freddie. Everyone had heard tales of Freddie. He was fast, fun and fearless. Thomas pushed Fearless Freddie into the Transfer Yards.
  • Sir Handel: Hello, Fearless Freddie.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Sir Handel.
  • Sir Handel: I haven't seen you for years.
  • Freddie: Fearless Freddie is back!
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Freddie.
  • Thomas: I didn't know you two were friends.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Thomas.
  • Sir Handel: Oh yes.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Sir Handel.
  • Sir Handel: Freddie was the fastest engine on the hills.
  • Michael Brandon: Suddenly, Rheneas and Skarloey raced into the yards.
  • Skarloey: I'm the winner!
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Skarloey.
  • Rheneas: No, I am!
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Rheneas.
  • Freddie: Who are you?
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Freddie.
  • Skarloey: We're the fastest engines in the hills.
  • Freddie: I'll show you who's fastest.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Freddie.
  • Freddie: I'll race you down the mountain.
  • Michael Brandon: Rheneas and Skarloey like to race. They steamed off excitedly. Freddie was determined to win. Freddie huff and puff up the mountain.
  • Freddie: Flatten my funnel.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed.
  • Freddie: I used to be able to chuff up here in no time.
  • Michael Brandon: Rheneas and Skarloey were waiting to start the race.
  • Freddie: If I get to the bottom without you bumping my buffers, I won.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Freddie.
  • Rheneas: All right, Fearless Freddie.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Rheneas.
  • Rheneas: Ready, steady...
  • Skarloey: Go!
  • Michael Brandon: Freddie race along. Rheneas and Skarloey try to catch up with him, but Freddie was racing very fast until he began to run out of puff.
  • Freddie: Oh, no. Those young engines were will bump my buffers.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed sadly. Suddenly, he remembered an old track.
  • Freddie: The old rocky way.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed.
  • Freddie: No one will remember that one.
  • Michael Brandon: Rheneas and Skarloey didn't see Freddie go a different way.
  • Freddie: This way's much quicker.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Freddie.
  • Freddie: I'll be at the bottom in no time.
  • Michael Brandon: Freddie rejoined the main track. Soon, Freddie was at the bottom of the hill.
  • Freddie: I did it!
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Freddie.
  • Freddie: Those young engines couldn't catch me.
  • Rheneas: You're so fast.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Rheneas.
  • Skarloey: Race you again.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Skarloey.
  • Skarloey: Please?
  • Freddie: Of course.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Freddie.
  • Freddie: Fearless Freddie never says no to a race. (chuckles)
  • Michael Brandon: In no time, the little engines were ready to race again.
  • Rheneas: We'll race you down the other side in no time.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Rheneas.
  • Freddie: The other side of the mountain is very steep.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Freddie.
  • Skarloey: You're not scared, are you?
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Skarloey.
  • Freddie: Of course not. I'm Fearless Freddie.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Freddie.
  • Freddie: Off we go!
  • Michael Brandon: Freddie raced ahead at the other engines. Soon, he began to run out of puff again. But Freddie didn't want to lose. Then, Freddie remembered another old track.
  • Freddie: The cracky track.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Freddie.
  • Freddie: I know this railway like the back on my buffers.
  • Michael Brandon: And soon, he arrived at the bottom safe and sound. But Rheneas and Skarloey weren't safe and sound at all. The track was very steep. Rheneas and Skarloey were determined to puff Freddie's buffers, so they were racing very fast.
  • Skarloey: Faster!
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Skarloey. Then, there was trouble. Rheneas raced right off the track.
  • Skarloey: Oh, no!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Skarloey. Freddie was waiting at the bottom of the mountain. He was very pleased with himself. Suddenly, Skarloey raced in.
  • Skarloey: Rheneas has come off the track!
  • Michael Brandon: Skarloey cried.
  • Skarloey: And I don't know where he is. We were really tried to catch you, Fearless Freddie, but you were too fast.
  • Michael Brandon: Sir Handel arrived with the Narrow Gauge Controller. He had heard what it happened to Rheneas.
  • Freddie: It's all my fault, sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Freddie sadly.
  • Freddie: I used old tracks.
  • Skarloey: You tricked us.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Skarloey.
  • Skarloey: And now Rheneas is lost and in trouble.
  • Freddie: No, he isn't.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Freddie loudly.
  • Freddie: I can find him. I know all the old tracks. Please sir, follow me.
  • Michael Brandon: Freddie led the rescue party along another forgotten track. The track ran down to the valley. And there was Rheneas.
  • Rheneas: I'm so happy you found me.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Rheneas.
  • Freddie: So am I. (chuckles)
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Freddie. In no time, Rheneas was back on the track. And all the engines puff back to the Transfer Yards.
  • Freddie: I'm sorry I tricked you.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Freddie.
  • Freddie: You're much faster engines than me.
  • Rheneas: But you know all the old tracks.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Rheneas.
  • Rheneas: Please tell us about them.
  • Michael Brandon: So Freddie began to tell the young engines tales from the old tracks. Everyone was happy Fearless Freddie was back.
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Sticky Taffy Thomas)
  • Michael Brandon: Sticky Taffy Thomas. It was summertime on the Island of Sodor. The engines were very busy. The children were having a big costume party and there were lots of jobs to do. Percy collected the cakes and candies. Toby collected some sticky taffy to make taffy apples. And Thomas took the tables and chairs. When Thomas delivered the tables and chairs, he saw some children. They were making costumes for the party.
  • Thomas: That looks like fun.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas. Then Sir Topham Hatt spoke to Thomas.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Thomas, I would like you to give train rides at the party.
  • Michael Brandon: Sir Topham Hatt said.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: But first, you must go to the washdown so you look your best.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas was delighted. He loved giving children train rides. Thomas puffed to the washdown. He was thinking about the children and their costumes.
  • Thomas: I want to go to the party and costume too.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas.
  • Thomas: Then I would really look my best.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas was covered in soapy suds. He was scrubbed and rubbed. Rubbed and scrubbed. Then Percy arrived at the washdown.
  • Percy: You look like a giant bubble.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy.
  • Thomas: That's it!
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: I'll go to the party as a giant bubble.
  • Michael Brandon: So Thomas puffed quickly away still covered in bubbles. He couldn't wait to show the children his costume. Then, there was trouble. The bubbles blew into his eyes. Thomas couldn't see where he was going and he bumped straight into the back of Toby. Toby's axle was broken.
  • Thomas: Sorry.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas. Soon Sir Topham Hatt arrived.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Toby, you must go to the yards to be repaired.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Toby: If I don't take the sticky taffy to the party, the children won't be able to make taffy apples.
  • Michael Brandon: Moaned Toby.
  • Thomas: Please, sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: I could take the sticky taffy to the children.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Very well.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: But no more trying to be in costume.
  • Michael Brandon: Soon all the soapy bubbles were cleaned off Thomas. And he puffed away.
  • Thomas: I must get the sticky taffy to the children on time.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed. But he started to think about the costumes again. Thomas puffed up to the airport. And there on the runway was Jeremy the Jet.
  • Thomas: That's it!
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: I would look grand if I ride at the party as an airplane.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas watched Jeremy zooming up into the sky. He thought about his costume for the party. He thought about it for a very long time.
  • Thomas: Oh no, I've been daydreaming!
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: And now I'm late!
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed as fast as he could. But he wasn't watching where he was going. Thomas didn't notice that the points had changed. Thomas puffed into the sidings and biffed into the buffers. Sticky taffy splattered everywhere!
  • Thomas: Oh, no!
  • Michael Brandon: Moaned Thomas.
  • Thomas: I can't give the children train rides when I'm this messy. If only I'd been thinking about what I was doing.
  • Michael Brandon: Then, Thomas saw an old branch line. This gave him an idea.
  • Thomas: A shortcut!
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: If I go that way, I can still get the taffy to the party on time.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed along the old branch line. It hadn't been used for a very long time. Trees hung over the track. And the bushes were overgrown. But Thomas puff carefully on. He knew he was late. So now, he wasn't thinking about costumes. He was only thinking about getting to the party on time. Thomas bumped through the bushes and bashed through the branches, but he was still covered in sticky taffy. Leaves and twigs stuck to his sweet sticky goo.
  • Thomas: Must get to the party, must get to the party.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed. When Thomas arrived at the party, he was covered from funnel to footplate in leaves and twigs. Everyone cheered when they saw him.
  • Thomas: I've brought you the taffy.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed sadly.
  • Thomas: But I'm too messy to give you train rides.
  • Michael Brandon: The children cheered.
  • Children: You're not messy. Just in costume. You looked the best of all.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas was very happy. The party was a great success. And there was only one thing more popular than the sticky taffy apples. And that was Sticky Taffy Thomas.
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Thomas and The Stinky Cheese)
  • Michael Brandon: The Island of Sodor is beautiful all year round. In the summer, the hedges are full of brightly-colored birds, the fields are full of animals, and the smell of wild flowers fills the air. Thomas was at the coaling plant. He was shunting freight cars with Diesel, 'Arry and Bert. Thomas didn't like working with diesel engines. And the diesel engines didn't like working with Thomas.
  • Diesel: The problem with working with steamies is that they are much too stinky.
  • 'Arry: And Thomas is the most stinky steamy ever.
  • Michael Brandon: Diesel, 'Arry and Bert laughed and laughed.
  • Thomas: It's not steamies who are stinky.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed crossly.
  • Thomas: It's the diesels.
  • Michael Brandon: Just then Sir Topham Hatt arrived at the yard.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Thomas I need you to go to the dairy. There is a delivery waiting for you there.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas was happy to be away from the diesels. He was pleased to be going to the dairy.
  • Thomas: Maybe I will be taking cream to the chocolate factory.
  • Michael Brandon: He tooted. But when Thomas arrived at the dairy, his freight cars were full of stinky cheese.
  • Thomas: Yuck!
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: That's the stinkiest cheese I have ever smelled.
  • Dairy Foreman: You must take it to the docks before the ship leaves.
  • Michael Brandon: Said the dairy foreman. Thomas buffered up. Then he puffed to the docks with the stinky cheese.
  • Thomas: Bust my buffers.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: Everyone will smell this cheese for miles.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas saw Diesel waiting at a junction.
  • Thomas: Oh, no.
  • Michael Brandon: Moaned Thomas.
  • Thomas: If Diesel smells how stinky I am, he'll tell everyone that I really am the stinkiest engine on Sodor. And I don't want everyone to think I'm stinky.
  • Michael Brandon: He puffed. Thomas backed quickly along the track.
  • Signalman: Thomas stop!
  • Michael Brandon: The signalman called.
  • Signalman: If you go that way, you'll be late.
  • Michael Brandon: But Thomas had already gone. Thomas raced through the countryside.
  • Thomas: No one will smell how stinky I am now.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed. But then Thomas saw 'Arry waiting in a siding.
  • Thomas: Oh, no, it's 'Arry.
  • Michael Brandon: Moaned Thomas.
  • Thomas: I can't let him smell how stinky I am.
  • Michael Brandon: So Thomas backed quickly away. And turned left at the next junction. Next, Thomas saw Bert. So this time he turned right.
  • Thomas: Wherever I go there are diesel engines.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Thomas. Thomas puffed backwards and forwards across the island. He wanted to stay away from Diesel, 'Arry and Bert. But then there was trouble.
  • Thomas: Oh, no.
  • Michael Brandon: Groaned Thomas.
  • Thomas: I'm back at the dairy, right where I started.
  • Michael Brandon: Suddenly, Thomas saw 'Arry rumbling towards him. Thomas backed away as fast as he could. But he didn't see Bert pulling up behind him. Thomas bumped into Bert! And the stinky cheese shot into the air and splattered down all over Thomas Bert and 'Arry.
  • 'Arry: Now we're really stinky.
  • Michael Brandon: Moaned 'Arry.
  • Bert: The most stinky engines ever.
  • Michael Brandon: Groaned Bert. 'Arry and Bert rushed straight to the wash-down. Thomas wanted to go to the wash down, too, but Thomas's cheese was all over the track.
  • Thomas: What am I going to do?
  • Michael Brandon: He puffed sadly. Then the dairy foreman arrived.
  • Dairy Foreman: Thomas there is another cheese load ready at the dairy. But you'll have to puff quickly.
  • Michael Brandon: Said the foreman.
  • Dairy Foreman: The boat is waiting for you.
  • Michael Brandon: Soon Thomas was racing to the docks with a new delivery of cheese. Thomas could smell the stinky cheese.
  • Thomas: Phew.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed. But he knew he had to carry on.
  • Thomas: Must get to the docks, must get to the docks.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed.
  • James: Oh, yuck, what a smelly delivery.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed James as he passed. Even though his friends could smell the stinky cheese, Thomas chuffed on. When he arrived at the docks, Diesel was there being unloaded.
  • Diesel: Pee-yew. You really are the stinkiest steam engine on Sodor, Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: He oiled.
  • Dockworkers: Thomas has brought the stinky cheese!
  • Michael Brandon: Cheered the dockworkers.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Well done, Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Sir Topham Hatt. Sodor cheese is famous for being really stinky. And this is the most stinky Sodor cheese I have ever smelled. You are a really useful engine.
  • Thomas: Thank you, sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Now go to the wash-down.
  • Michael Brandon: Added Sir Topham Hatt. Just then, 'Arry and Bert arrived at the docks. They were shiny, clean and fresh from the wash-down.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Diesel, 'Arry and Bert.
  • Michael Brandon: Boomed Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Now you can shunt the stinky cheese.
  • 'Arry, Diesel and Bert: Oh, no.
  • Michael Brandon: Groaned 'Arry, Diesel and Bert.
  • Thomas: Pee-yew.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: What a stink!
  • (Another puffing by sequence occurs and we begin Engine Roll Call)
  • Children: (singing) They're two, they're four, they're six, they're eight. Shunting trucks and hauling freight. Red and green and brown and blue. They're the really useful crew. All with different rows to play round Tidmouth Sheds or far away. Down the hills and round the bends, Thomas and his friends. Thomas!
  • Girl: He's the cheeky one.
  • Children: James!
  • Girl: Is vain but lots of fun.
  • Children: Percy!
  • Girl: Pulls the mail on time.
  • Children: Gordon!
  • Girl: Thunders down the line.
  • Children: Emily!
  • Girl: Really knows her stuff.
  • Children: Henry!
  • Girl: Toots and huffs and puffs.
  • Children: Edward!
  • Girl: Wants to help and share.
  • Children: Toby! (singing) Well let's say, he's square. They're two, they're four, they're six, they're eight. Shunting trucks and hauling freight. Red and green and brown and blue. They're the really useful crew. All with different rows to play round Tidmouth Sheds or far away. Down the hills and round the bends, Thomas and his friends. They're two, they're four, they're six, they're eight. Shunting trucks and hauling freight. Red and green and brown and blue. They're the really useful crew. All with different rows to play round Tidmouth Sheds or far away. Down the hills and round the bends, Thomas and his friends.

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