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Thomas and The Big Bang - Full is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make.

Description

  • Here's the full version of Thomas and The Big Bang released in January 6, 2009. Narrated by Michael Brandon. Stories and songs included: Edward and The Mail, Don't Be Silly, Billy, Percy and The Baggage, Happy and Sad, Thomas and The Big Bang, Emily and The Garbage, Thomas and The Runaway Car and Engine Roll Call.

Opening Previews

  1. FBI Warning
  2. HiT Entertainment logo (2007)
  3. Lionsgate Entertainment logo
  4. Thomas and Friends Making Tracks To Great Destinations logo
  5. Thomas and Friends Season 11 intro
  6. Thomas and Friends Season 11 Island of Sodor opening sequence
  7. First few seconds of Edward and The Mail

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
  • THOMAS AND THE BIG BANG

Transcript

  • (We see a CGI Thomas puffing along a 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.
  • (The series then starts with the Season 11 intro)
  • 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.
  • (Then the Season 11 Island of Sodor opening sequence starts)
  • Michael Brandon: The Island of Sodor is surronded 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)
  • (Then, a wheesh of steam appears and Edward and The Mail starts)
  • Michael Brandon: Edward and The Mail. Edward is a very wise engine. He knows all about Sir Topham Hatt's railway. He often works as a back engine. The other engines know they can always ask Edward for help. One morning, Sir Topham Hatt came to Tidmouth sheds.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Percy has broken down. He's at the repair yard.
  • Michael Brandon: Boomed Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: I need another engine to take the mail.
  • Emily: Edward can do it.
  • Michael Brandon: Chirped Emily.
  • Henry: Yes.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Henry.
  • Henry: Edward knows how to do everything.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Good idea.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Sir Topham Hatt. But Edward had never taken the mail before. Sir Topham Hatt told Edward to collect the parcels and deliver them, just like Percy. Edward wanted to ask how Percy would deliver the mail, but he didn't want to look silly.
  • Edward: I don't want Sir Topham Hatt to think I can't deliver the mail.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Edward.
  • Edward: I'll have to work out how to do it by myself.
  • Michael Brandon: When Edward arrived at the mail depot, the stationmaster was waiting for him.
  • Stationmaster: You have lots of parcels to deliver today.
  • Michael Brandon: Said the stationmaster.
  • Stationmaster: Some for Farmer McColl, some for the children's party at Maithwaite and some more for the school.
  • Michael Brandon: Edward didn't know which of the parcels to deliver first.
  • Edward: Maybe I should go to Farmer McColl's.
  • Michael Brandon: Edward sighed.
  • Edward: Or maybe the school.
  • Michael Brandon: Edward puffed up to a junction. Thomas was waiting.
  • Thomas: Hello, Edward.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: Are you delivering the mail today?
  • Edward: Uh, yes.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Edward.
  • Thomas: You'll be good at that.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas.
  • Thomas: You know how to do everything.
  • Michael Brandon: Edward really wanted to ask Thomas which parcels he should deliver first, but Edward didn't want to look silly. The signal changed. Edward watched Thomas puff away. He was worried.
  • Edward: Everyone thinks I know how to do everything.
  • Michael Brandon: Edward moaned.
  • Edward: I hope I get it right.
  • Michael Brandon: Edward decided to take the parcels to the children's party first. But Edward didn't know that Percy delivered the parcels in a special order. He accidentally left Farmer McColl's parcels with the children. And he whooshed away. Edward puffed across the countryside. Next, he delivered some parcels to the school. And finally, he delivered the rest of the parcels to Farmer McColl.
  • Edward: That was easy.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Edward.
  • Edward: I made all the deliveries, and I didn't have to ask anyone how to do it.
  • Michael Brandon: He felt very proud and very relieved. But Sir Topham Hatt was getting lots of phone calls. Edward had delivered the wrong parcels to the wrong places. When Edward found out what he had done, he was upset.
  • Edward: I'll have to deliver them again.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed sadly. Edward was worried. Edward knew everyone was waiting for their parcels. He would have to hurry. First, Edward collected the parcels from the children's party. Then, he collected the parcels from the school.
  • Edward: Now I have to collect the parcels from Farmer McColl.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Edward, and he steamed away. Edward was unhappy.
  • Edward: I must not be late with these deliveries.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed. Edward didn't want to let Sir Topham Hatt down.
  • Edward: I must hurry.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed. Edward raced on.
  • Edward: Mustn't be late, mustn't be late.
  • Michael Brandon: But then...Edward had to stop at a junction. He didn't know which was the fastest track to take to the farm. Edward was in such a rush, he didn't ask the signalman.
  • Signalman: Stop!
  • Michael Brandon: Shouted the signalman.
  • Signalman: That track is closed!
  • Michael Brandon: But it was too late. Edward rattled around the bend and straight into a barrier!
  • (Edward crashed into a barrier)
  • Michael Brandon: Parcels flew everywhere!
  • Edward: I'll never deliver the parcels on time now.
  • Michael Brandon: He moaned. Edward felt terrible. Soon the parcels were loaded back into Edward's trucks. Edward knew now he had to ask for help.
  • Edward: I must find Percy. I will ask him what to do.
  • Michael Brandon: So Edward steamed off to the repair yard. Percy was still being fixed.
  • Edward: Percy, will you tell me how to deliver the mail?
  • Michael Brandon: Edward chuffed.
  • Percy: Of course I will.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy. He didn't think Edward was silly for asking at all.
  • Percy: I deliver the parcels in a special order. I always start with the delivery that is furthest away.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Percy.
  • Percy: Then I work my way back to Tidmouth sheds.
  • Michael Brandon: Edward was very happy he had asked Percy what to do. So Edward puffed across the island. Now he knew how to deliver all the parcels in the right order. The children got their parcels in time for the party; the right parcels were delivered to the school; and Farmer McColl was very pleased. Everyone was happy. Everyone knew Edward was a wise engine, but now Edward felt even wiser.
  • (The engines puffing by sequence then happens and we begin Don't Be Silly, Billy)
  • Michael Brandon: Don't Be Silly, Billy. All the engines on Sir Topham Hatt's railway are proud of being really useful. Gordon likes being the best express. Percy likes pulling the mail cars on time. And Thomas likes being given a special special. One morning, Thomas arrived at Brendam Docks. He was excited.
  • Thomas: Today, I have to look after a new engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas.
  • Salty: Well, that's a special job, me hearty.
  • Michael Brandon: Smiled Salty.
  • Salty: And here he is.
  • Michael Brandon: The engine was shiny, orange and puffing with pride.
  • Billy: I'm Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled the new engine.
  • Billy: Let's go.
  • Thomas: Wait, Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas.
  • Thomas: We can't go yet. We have to wait for Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Billy: Why?
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Billy.
  • Thomas: Because he tells us what we are to do.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Thomas. Billy didn't want to wait for Sir Topham Hatt. He wanted to go. Sir Topham Hatt arrived.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: He boomed.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: You have a very busy day.
  • Michael Brandon: Billy beamed.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: First, you must take empty chicken cars to the farm, and bring the chickens back to the docks. Then, you are to deliver diesel oil to the quarry. And lastly, you have to take coal to the depot.
  • Billy: Yes, sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Bubbled Billy happily.
  • Billy: Right away, sir.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Thomas you must show Billy how to be a really useful engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Added Sir Topham Hatt. And he left.
  • Thomas: Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas steamed.
  • Thomas: You must pull the chickens slowly and smoothly.
  • Billy: I know that.
  • Michael Brandon: Sighed Billy. He pumped his pistons impatiently.
  • Thomas: Don't pump your pistons before you're ready to leave.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Thomas
  • Thomas: It wastes coal and water.
  • Michael Brandon: Billy puffed and huffed.
  • Thomas: And first, you must take on enough coal and water for a busy day.
  • Michael Brandon: Added Thomas
  • Billy: Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Billy.
  • Billy: Stop telling me what to do. You are a very bossy engine.
  • Michael Brandon: And Billy raced off.
  • Salty: He thinks you're a bossy boiler, me hearty.
  • Michael Brandon: Laughed Salty. Thomas didn't like being called bossy. He had promised Sir Topham Hatt he would look after Billy. So Thomas chased after him. Thomas was pleased to find Billy at the farm, but Billy wasn't pleased to see Thomas.
  • Thomas: Billy, you must take on coal and water.
  • Billy: Don't tell me what to do, Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Billy.
  • Billy: You are a very bossy engine.
  • Michael Brandon: And Billy steamed off.
  • Farmer McColl: Silly Billy, you've forgotten the chickens.
  • Michael Brandon: Farmer McColl called.
  • Thomas: Bother, Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Thomas. And he chuffed quickly off towards the quarry. Thomas was pleased to find Billy at the quarry, but Billy wasn't pleased to see him.
  • Thomas: You didn't pick up the chickens.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: And you still haven't taken on coal and water.
  • Billy: Stop telling me what to do, Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Billy.
  • Billy: You are a very bossy engine.
  • Michael Brandon: And Billy steamed off.
  • Mavis: He's forgotten our oil.
  • Michael Brandon: Wheeshed Mavis. Thomas was worried. And he raced off quickly for the depot. Thomas was pleased to find Billy at the depot, but Billy wasn't pleased to see him. Billy had backed up to heavy wagons of diesel oil.
  • Thomas: They need diesel oil at the quarry, not the depot.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas
  • Thomas: And you still haven't taken on coal and water.
  • Billy: Stop telling me what to do, Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Billy.
  • Billy: You are a very, very bossy engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Billy steamed off without the diesel oil. Thomas was worried...and he chased after Billy. Thomas was pleased to find Billy at the coaling plant. He was backing his wagons under the hopper, but he didn't see Percy there, and he biffed him...right under the hopper. Percy was covered in coal from funnel to footplate.
  • Percy: Watch out, silly Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: Percy peeped.
  • Thomas: Oh, no.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas
  • Thomas: You must be careful when you roll under the hopper, and you must take on coal and water now.
  • Billy: Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Billy.
  • Billy: Stop telling me what to do. You are a very bossy engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas was very unhappy. He didn't want to be called bossy anymore.
  • Thomas: Do whatever you want, Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed. This made Billy very happy, and he raced off. Suddenly, Billy stopped. He had run out of coal and water.
  • Thomas: Cinders and ashes.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Thomas.
  • Thomas: I haven't taught Billy to be really useful at all.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas shunted Billy to the water tower. Then, Billy's firebox was filled with coal.
  • Thomas: I know you think I'm a bossy boiler.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas.
  • Thomas: But I've done all these jobs before. I can help you. Then no one will call you a silly Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: So together, Billy and Thomas collected Farmer McColl's chickens. And took them to the docks. Then, they delivered the diesel oil to Mavis and Diesel at the quarry. And lastly, they delivered coal to the depot. Thomas was very tired.
  • Thomas: Good-bye, Billy.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed.
  • Thomas: Sir Topham Hatt will be very pleased you finished all your jobs.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas started to puff away.
  • Billy: Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Bubbled Billy.
  • Billy: You're not a bossy boiler. You're a really useful engine. And I really enjoyed working with you.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas felt very happy. Billy wasn't a silly Billy anymore, and Thomas had made a really good friend.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Percy and The Baggage)
  • Michael Brandon: Percy and The Baggage. In summertime, the engines on the Island of Sodor enjoy being busy. Many visitors come to the island. The engines take them to visit many beautiful sights. Percy liked the summer. He was as happy as could be. Sir Topham Hatt came to Tidmouth. He had lots of jobs for Percy.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: You are to collect the holiday mail, deliver the lights for the town hall, and take the children to their summer party.
  • Michael Brandon: Percy was very happy.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: You are also to collect my mother's baggage from Maithwaite Station and take it to the airport.
  • Michael Brandon: He boomed.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: The plane leaves at teatime. It's very, very, very important you get them there on time.
  • Percy: Yes, sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy excitedly, and he puffed out of Tidmouth as fast as he could. Percy steamed through the sunny countryside. He was very, very happy.
  • Percy: Why, this could be the most fun day ever.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy. Percy came to a junction. The left track went to Maithwaite Station and to Sir Topham Hatt's mother's bags, and straight ahead was the postal depot. Percy thought about which way to go, but not for very long.
  • Percy: Taking the baggage is an easy job.
  • Michael Brandon: He peeped.
  • Percy: I can do that later.
  • Michael Brandon: And so Percy puffed straight ahead to the postal depot to collect the mail. Percy buffered up to the presents and mail sacks. He wheeshed away as happy as he could be. Percy had lots of stations to go to and lots of people to talk to.
  • Percy: Hello.
  • Michael Brandon: He peeped happily. Some of the wagons were uncoupled...and Percy chuffed on with the rest of his deliveries. When everyone saw the parcels and presents, they clapped and cheered. Percy was having a wonderful time. He wished he could do it all over again. Percy wondered what job to do next. He came to another junction. This time, straight ahead was the way to Maithwaite Station and to Sir Topham Hatt's mother's bags, and the left track went to Brendam Docks. The lights for the town hall were waiting there. Percy thought about which way to go, but not for very long.
  • Percy: Taking the baggage is an easy job.
  • Michael Brandon: He said.
  • Percy: I can do that later.
  • Michael Brandon: And so Percy puffed away to the left. Percy collected the lights from the docks and he set off for the town hall. Percy pulled up outside the town hall. The people on the platforms smiled and waved. They were looking forward to seeing the town hall all lit up. Percy was feeling more and more excited.
  • Percy: Now, I can take the children to the party.
  • Michael Brandon: He peeped.
  • Percy: That's the best job of all.
  • Michael Brandon: Percy came to the junction again. Sir Topham Hatt's mother's bags were still waiting at Maithwaite, but Percy wasn't thinking about the bags. He was thinking about the children. Percy collected the children in no time at all. Soon, Percy was whistling...and the children were singing. Everyone was having a great time. Then, Percy needed to take on water. Sir Topham Hatt drove by. He was taking his mother to the airport. Percy suddenly remembered the bags.
  • Percy: Bust my buffers!
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy.
  • Percy: I must collect the baggage now or Sir Topham Hatt's mother will leave without it.
  • Michael Brandon: Percy was worried.
  • Percy: Now I can't take the children to the party.
  • Michael Brandon: He puffed quickly away. He had to find someone to help him. Percy saw Edward resting in a siding.
  • Percy: Edward.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy.
  • Percy: I'm late to take Sir Topham Hatt's mother's bags to the airport. Will you take the children to the party for me, please?
  • Edward: I'd be delighted.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Edward. So Percy left the passenger car in the siding. He peeped good-bye to the children...and raced to Maithwaite Station. Percy buffered up to the baggage and wheeshed away as fast as his wheels could carry him. Percy had to arrive at the airport before Sir Topham Hatt. Percy raced through tunnels and he chuffed over bridges.
  • Percy: Why didn't I do this job first?
  • Michael Brandon: Wailed Percy.
  • Percy: Why did I leave it to last?
  • Michael Brandon: Percy arrived at the airport just in time. Jeremy the plane was waiting. The baggage was unloaded just as Sir Topham Hatt's car arrived.
  • Percy: I made it on time.
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Percy. He was relieved.
  • Dowager Hatt: You're a very reliable engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Boomed Sir Topham Hatt's mother as she boarded Jeremy.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Well done, Percy.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Sir Topham Hatt. Percy was pleased. Jeremy soared into the sky. Sir Topham Hatt waved...and Percy blew his whistle. He'd never leave things to the last minute ever again.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Happy and Sad)
  • Children: (singing) What makes an engine happy? What makes an engine sad? It all depends what's happened And that type of day you've had. What makes an engine happy Won't make an engine sad? So many things can make your day A good one or a bad. Chuffing children to the sea Will make an engine smile. Or racing through the countryside For mile on mile on mile. Just being really useful Will make an engine's day. Or going somewhere different Making new friends on the way. What makes an engine happy? What makes an engine sad? It all depends what's happened And that type of day you've had. What makes an engine happy Won't make an engine sad? So many things can make your day A good one or a bad.
  • Girl: (singing) Running out of water Yes, it makes an engine sad. Breaking down or being late Makes an engine feel so bad Getting stuck up Gordon's Hill Won't please Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Children: (singing) But don't despair 'cause everyone Has days can go like that. What makes an engine happy? What makes an engine sad? It all depends what's happened And the type of day you've had. What makes an engine happy Won't make an engine sad? So many things can make your day A good one or a bad.
  • (Instrumental break)
  • Children: (singing) What makes an engine happy? What makes an engine sad? It all depends what's happened And that type of day you've had. What makes an engine happy Won't make an engine sad? So many things can make your day A good one or a bad.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens 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!
  • Michael Brandon: 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.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Emily and The Garbage)
  • Michael Brandon: Emily and The Garbage. Emily is a grand, green engine. She's very proud of her big wheels and her perfect, polished paintwork. One morning, Emily was very excited. Sir Topham Hatt had told her to work with a new engine.
  • Emily: I hope he's smart and useful.
  • Michael Brandon: She whistled. Emily met Thomas waiting at a signal.
  • Thomas: The new engine is waiting for you at the shunting yards.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas.
  • Emily: I can't wait to meet him.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Emily. And she chuffed away as fast as her boiler could bubble. Emily steamed into the shunting yards to look for the new engine. He was the dirtiest little engine she had ever seen.
  • Whiff: Hello, Emily.
  • Michael Brandon: Whished the new engine happily.
  • Whiff: My name's Whiff because I'm a bit smelly. You're going to help me collect garbage!
  • Michael Brandon: Emily was horrified.
  • Emily: (sniffs) Oh, come on then.
  • Michael Brandon: She sighed.
  • Emily: Let's get started.
  • Michael Brandon: Gordon was talking to James and Henry in a siding. When they saw Emily with Whiff, they laughed.
  • Whiff: Hello.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff.
  • James: Who's this smelly new friend with the funny whistle, Emily?
  • Michael Brandon: Snorted James.
  • Gordon: We smelled you coming for miles.
  • Michael Brandon: Whished Gordon grandly.
  • Whiff: My name's Whiff.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff.
  • Henry: It suits you.
  • Michael Brandon: Laughed Henry.
  • Emily: Ooh.
  • Michael Brandon: Emily was very embarrassed. She hurried away. Whiff puffed after her.
  • Emily: (sighing)
  • Michael Brandon: Up the line, Emily and Whiff passed more engines. When they saw Whiff, they all laughed, too. Emily was tired of being teased.
  • Emily: I must get away from Whiff.
  • Michael Brandon: She huffed. Emily pumped her pistons.
  • Whiff: Wait for me.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff. But Emily wasn't going to wait for Whiff. And soon, Whiff was a long way behind. Emily was glad Whiff had gone.
  • Emily: It's not my fault he can't keep up.
  • Michael Brandon: She huffed. Later, Emily had to wait for Elizabeth at a crossing.
  • Elizabeth: Where's this new engine?
  • Michael Brandon: Honked Elizabeth grandly.
  • Emily: Uh, he got lost.
  • Michael Brandon: Whished Emily.
  • Whiff: No, I didn't.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff cheerfully.
  • Whiff: Hello!
  • Elizabeth: Oh.
  • Michael Brandon: Sniffed Elizabeth.
  • Elizabeth: Aren't you going to introduce me to your new friend?
  • Michael Brandon: But Emily didn't want anything more to do with Whiff. She chuffed away as fast as her pistons would pump.
  • Whiff: Wait for me.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff cheerfully. Up ahead, Emily saw a branchline.
  • Emily: Maybe if I puffed down here, Whiff won't see me.
  • Michael Brandon: And Whiff didn't see Emily. He puffed passed on the main line. Emily chuffed all around Sir Topham Hatt's railway. She tried to hide from Whiff. But still, everywhere Emily went, Whiff always found her. In every tunnel, and in every siding. At last, Emily escaped from Whiff.
  • Emily: Thank goodness.
  • Michael Brandon: She whished.
  • Emily: Now no one will laugh at me for working with such a smelly engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Up ahead, Emily saw Spencer. He was very cross.
  • Spencer: I meant to be taking the Duke and Duchess of Boxford to an important lunch.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Spencer.
  • Spencer: But my way is blocked by all these smelly garbage wagons.
  • Emily: Flatten my funnel.
  • Michael Brandon: Steamed Emily. They were the garbage wagons that Emily and Whiff should have cleared earlier.
  • Spencer: Someone will have to move them.
  • Michael Brandon: Sniffed Spencer. Emily knew that was her job.
  • Emily: Oh, I suppose I'll have to move them. Ugh.
  • Michael Brandon: She shuddered. Emily buffered up. She pulled as hard as she could, but the wagons were much too heavy for her to move on her own. Just then, Gordon chuffed passed.
  • Emily: Can you help me move these garbage wagons?
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Emily.
  • Gordon: Me?
  • Michael Brandon: Snorted Gordon.
  • Gordon: Certainly not.
  • (James' whistle toots)
  • Emily: Can you help me move these garbage wagons, James?
  • Michael Brandon: Peeped Emily.
  • James: (sniffing) Ew, no, thank you.
  • Michael Brandon: Whished James. Emily was upset.
  • Spencer: I'm still waiting.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Spencer impatiently.
  • Emily: If Whiff was here now, he'd be happy to help me.
  • Michael Brandon: Emily sighed.
  • Emily: He wanted to be my friend, but I wasn't kind to him. I must fine Whiff and say sorry.
  • Michael Brandon: Emily looked high and low for Whiff. But he was nowhere to be seen.
  • (Whiff's whistle toots)
  • Michael Brandon: Then, at last, she heard Whiff's funny whistle.
  • Whiff: Hello, Emily.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff cheerfully.
  • Whiff: I was wondering where you'd gone to.
  • Emily: I'm sorry, I ran away from you.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Emily.
  • Whiff: That's all right.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff.
  • Whiff: I'm just glad you found me. Let's get to work!
  • Michael Brandon: Spencer was getting very impatient.
  • Emily: Don't worry, Spencer.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Emily.
  • Emily: Whiff is here to help now.
  • Spencer: Freeze my firebox.
  • Michael Brandon: Snorted Spencer when he saw Whiff.
  • Spencer: That dirty little engine can't move all these garbage wagons.
  • Emily: We're going to move them together.
  • Michael Brandon: Chuffed Emily.
  • Whiff: Oh, thank you, Emily.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Whiff. Spencer watched as Emily and Whiff coupled up to the garbage wagons and quickly shunted themway. Spencer was very impressed.
  • Spencer: Whiff is a very, very useful engine.
  • Michael Brandon: He whistled.
  • Emily: I know.
  • Michael Brandon: Bubbled Emily happily.
  • Emily: And he's my new good friend, too.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Thomas and The Runaway Car)
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas and The Runaway Car. It was a beautiful day on the Island of Sodor. Thomas was feeling especially happy. He was on his way to Brendam Docks to collect a special special. It was the day of the Sodor show. Sir Topham Hatt's brand-new car was being unloaded. It was in Lady Hatt's favorite color-- Hat Blue. Sir Topham Hatt had chosen Thomas to take the car from the docks to the Sodor show. Thomas was so proud, he thought his boiler would burst. Rocky was slowly lowering the car onto a flatbed.
  • Thomas: All the engines wanted this job.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas puffed proudly.
  • Gordon: Sir Topham Hatt chose me to take the brand-new bandstand.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Gordon.
  • Gordon: And I'm ready to go. I'll be first at the Sodor show.
  • Michael Brandon: This made Thomas cross.
  • Thomas: I'll deliver Sir Topham Hatt's brand-new car to the Sodor show before you.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas whistled.
  • Gordon: Ha.
  • Michael Brandon: Snorted Gordon. And he chuffed off grandly.
  • Thomas: Hurry up, Rocky.
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas.
  • Rocky: I must be careful and you must wait.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Rocky. But Thomas didn't want to wait. At last, the car was on the flatbed.
  • Thomas: Hooray.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas. Thomas pumped his pistons, ready to race. He didn't want for the dock man to connect the couplings. He steamed off, pushing Sir Topham Hatt's brand-new, Hat Blue car.
  • Rocky: Wait, Thomas!
  • Michael Brandon: Called Rocky.
  • Dock Men: Wait!
  • Michael Brandon: Called the dock men. But Thomas had a race to win and no time to lose.
  • Thomas: I'll show Gordon who's the fastest.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas. The children cheered as he puffed passed.
  • Thomas: I'm on my way to the Sodor show.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed cheerfully. The fastest way to the Sodor show was to puff over Gordon's hill. Thomas's axles tingled, and his wheels trembled.
  • Thomas: Whee!
  • Michael Brandon: He gasped. And then...
  • Thomas: Whoa!
  • Michael Brandon: Sir Topham Hatt's brand-new, Hat Blue car slid away from Thomas and down the other side of the hill.
  • Thomas: Oh, no.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Thomas. And he raced after the runaway car. Percy was waiting at a signal. Arthur puffed slowly into a siding. He had heavy wagons of fish.
  • Percy: Look out, Arthur!
  • Michael Brandon: Arthur's wheel spun as he raced straight into the buffers. The fish shot into the air.
  • Arthur: Oh, no!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Arthur. Just then, Thomas chased through the junction.
  • Thomas: Sorry, Arthur.
  • Michael Brandon: He gasped.
  • Thomas: I have to keep up with the runaway car!
  • Michael Brandon: The runaway brand-new, Hat Blue car raced on. Thomas puffed harder and harder. Ahead, there were works on the track. Thick mud was everywhere. Rosie had just left the wash-down. Suddenly, she saw the runaway car racing towards her.
  • Rosie: Oh, no!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Rosie. Rosie was covered in mud.
  • Thomas: Sorry, Rosie, can't stop.
  • Michael Brandon: Tooted Thomas, and he raced off. The brand-new Hat Blue car sped towards the junction. Gordon was waiting with the bandstand. Then there was trouble.
  • Thomas: Oh, no.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Thomas. Gordon was surprised.
  • Gordon: I told you I'd get to the Sodor show first.
  • Michael Brandon: And he puffed proudly away. Thomas huffed up to the haystack.
  • Thomas: Cinders and ashes.
  • Michael Brandon: He cried.
  • Thomas: I've lost the race, and now Sir Topham Hatt's brand-new car won't be at the Sodor show on time.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas felt terrible.
  • Thomas: I must go back to the docks for Rocky.
  • Michael Brandon: He puffed. Thomas pumped his pistons. Then he stopped.
  • Thomas: But I'm not strong enough to pull Rocky on my own.
  • Michael Brandon: He wheeshed. Gordon puffed proudly back down the line. He had won the race and delivered the bandstand.
  • Thomas: Gordon.
  • Michael Brandon: Whistled Thomas.
  • Thomas: I need your help.
  • Michael Brandon: Gordon could see that Thomas was very upset.
  • Thomas: Please, Gordon, would you go and collect Rocky? It needs a strong engine like you.
  • Michael Brandon: Gordon liked everyone to know he was strong. He also liked to help his friend Thomas. So, Gordon raced to the docks. Gordon collected Rocky and steamed back as fast as he could. Thomas was very happy to see Gordon chuff up with Rocky. This time Thomas waited patiently as Rocky lifted Sir Topham Hatt's car out of the haystack. Thomas wanted to thank his friend Gordon.
  • Thomas: Gordon.
  • Michael Brandon: He tooted.
  • Thomas: Would you like to deliver the car?
  • Michael Brandon: Gordon knew that delivering the brand new Hat Blue car was the most important job on the island.
  • Gordon: Thank you, Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: He smiled to his friend. This time, there was no race. The two friends arrived together at the Sodor show. Sir Topham and Lady Hatt were very pleased to see their brand new Hat Blue car. Everyone clapped and cheered, and Thomas cheered loudest of all.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and Engine Roll Call starts)
  • 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 - he's the cheeky one, James - is vain but lots of fun, Percy - pulls the mail on time, Gordon - thunders down the line, Emily - really knows her stuff, Henry - toots and huffs and puffs, Edward - wants to help and share, Toby - 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.
  • (Following the last song, we find the Season 11 end credits with Thomas looking at the credits)
  • (While they roll, the Thomas Season 8-10 end theme plays)
  • (After that, the 2007 HiT Entertainment logo appears)

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