The RS Mr. Conductor and Friends version of Time for Trouble and Other Stories is a TV/Thomas parody of the Thomas UK/AUS video of the same name. It features eight third season episodes of RS Mr. Conductor the Conductor and Friends narrated by Michael Angelis.


  • RS Mr. Conductor (from Shining Time Station) as Thomas
  • Edd (from Ed, Edd n Eddy) as Edward
  • Homer (from The Simpsons) as Henry
  • Garfield (from Garfield and Friends) as Gordon
  • Schemer (from Shining Time Station) as James
  • Bart (from The Simpsons) as Percy
  • Grandpa Dave (from Arthur) as Toby
  • Spike (from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic) as Duck
  • Mario (from Mario) as Donald
  • Mr. Burns (from The Simpsons) as Diesel
  • Ten Cents (from TUGS) as Bertie
  • Budgie (from Budgie the Little Helicopter) as Harold
  • Mayor Adam West (from Family Guy) as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Elliot (from Pete's Dragon) as The Chinese Dragon
  • Goombas (from Mario) as The Troublesome Trucks
  • Patty (from The Simpsons) as Annie (does not speak)
  • Selma (from The Simpsons) as Clarabel (does not speak)
  • Lanolin (from Garfield/US Acres) as Henrietta (does not speak)
  • Carol Pewterschmidt (from Family Guy) as Lady Hatt (does not speak)
  • Reverend Lovejoy (from The Simpsons) as The Vicar of Wellsworth (does not speak)
  • Peter Perfect (from Wacky Races) as City of Truro (not named; does not speak)
  • Luigi (from Mario) as Douglas (cameo)
  • Tex (from Shining Time Station) as Bill (cameo)
  • Rex (from Shining Time Station) as Ben (cameo)
  • Sunshine (from TUGS) as Trevor (cameo)
  • Phil (from Rugrats) as Stephen Hatt (cameo)
  • Lil (from Rugrats) as Bridget Hatt (cameo)
  • Lazy Luke (from Wacky Races) as Jem Cole (cameo)
  • Eustace (from Courage the Cowardly Dog) as Jeremiah Jobling (cameo)
  • Mrs. Twombly (from Littlest Pet Shop (2012)) as Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
  • Orson (from Garfield/US Acres) as Farmer Trotter (cameo)
  • Everyone else as Themselves


  1. A Scarf for Bart
  2. Bart's Promise
  3. Time for Trouble
  4. Garfield and the Famous Visitor
  5. Mario's Duck
  6. RS Mr. Conductor Gets Bumped
  7. RS Mr. Conductor, Bart and the Dragon
  8. Mr. Burns Does it Again


A Scarf for Bart

Narrator: "It was a cold winter's morning in TV Land. The wind was bitter and the ground hard with frost. RS Mr. Conductor and Bart were cold and cross."

RS Mr. Conductor: "All I want is a warm body."

Narrator: "Huffed RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Firelighter knows that. He's late."

Bart: "He's not late."

Narrator: "Replied Bart."

Bart: "This cold weather woke us up early."

Narrator: "Gusts of wind swirled round the house, tossing flakes of snow towards RS Mr. Conductor. Then they swooshed around Bart too."

Bart: "Why don't we talk about something else?"

Narrator: "Shivered Bart."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Yes, like how silly we'll look when you heads turn into icicles."

Bart: "That's not funny. Maybe we'll stop feeling cold if we talk about warm things, like sunshine and steam."

RS Mr. Conductor: "And firelighters."

Narrator: "Muttered RS Mr. Conductor."

Bart: "Scarves!"

Narrator: "Continued Bart."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Scarves."

Narrator: "Laughed RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "That's what you need, Bart. A woolly scarf round your neck."

Narrator: "RS Mr. Conductor was only teasing. But Bart thought happily about scarves until the firelighter came.

Mayor Adam West was enjoying hot porridge for breakfast. He was looking forward to taking important visitors on a tour of the land and had pressed his special trousers."

Mayor Adam West: "I shall put them in my trunk and change into them just before the photographs are taken."

Narrator: "He said to Carol. Then he set off to catch his ride.

Bart was now working hard. His body was warm, and he had plenty of strength, but he still thought about scarves. He saw them everywhere he went."

Bart: "My neck's cold, my neck's cold."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Bart: "I want a scarf, I want a scarf."

Homer: "Rubbish, Bart."

Narrator: "Said Homer."

Homer: "TV Characters don't wear scarves."

Bart: "TV Characters with proper necks do."

Narrator: "Replied Bart."

Bart: "Your neck is too big."

Narrator: "Before Homer could answer, Bart puffed away. Homer snorted. He was looking forward to taking the special visitors.

It was time for the photographs. Everyone was excited. Mayor West was waiting on the platform for his trousers. They were in a trunk amongst a big load of baggage. The porters were taking the baggage trolley across the line. They were walking backwards to see that nothing fell off.

Bart was still being cheeky. His driver always shut off steam just outside the station. Bart wanted to surprise the flowers by coming in as quietly as he could.

But the porters didn't here him either.

Boxes and bags burst everywhere."

Bart: "Oh!"

Narrator: "Groaned Bart.

Sticky streams of jam trickled down Bart's face. A hat fell on his foot. Worst of all, a pair of trousers coiled lovingly round his neck.

Everyone was a very angry. Mayor West seized the top hat."

Mayor Adam West: "Mine!"

Narrator: "He said."

Mayor Adam West: "Bart, look at this!"

Bart: "Yes sir. I am sir."

Mayor Adam West: "My best trousers too!"

Bart: "Yes sir. Please sir."

Mayor Adam West: "We must pay the passengers for their spoiled clothes, and my trousers are ruined. I hope this will teach you not to play tricks with the flowers."

Narrator: "Bart went off to the yard. He felt very silly. On the way, he met Schemer."

Schemer: "Hello, Bart. So you found a scarf, eh? But legs go in trousers, not necks!"

Narrator: "And he puffed off to tell Homer the news.

That evening, RS Mr. Conductor and Bart were resting in the house. Bart's driver had taken away the trousers and given Bart a good rubdown."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Firelighter's promised to come early tomorrow."

Narrator "Said RS Mr. Conductor. Homer arrived. He'd enjoyed taking the visitors around and now he felt sorry for Bart too."

Homer: "Driver says the weather will be warmer tomorrow. You won't need a scarf, Bart."

Bart: "Certainly not."

Narrator: "Replied Bart."

Bart: "TV Characters don't need scarves. TV Characters need warm bodies. Everyone knows that!"

Bart's Promise

Narrator: "Every summer, TV Land is very busy. Holidaymakers love to sight see, and when the weather is fine, there is no better place to visit. Some people like to go to the mountains, others like the valleys.

Children love the seaside.

One morning, RS Mr. Conductor was puffing along the path that runs by the coast. His two sisters-in-law, Patty and Selma had children going to the beach. Everyone was happy.

Bart was taking some goombas to the harbor."

Bart: "Hello, RS Mr. Conductor. You look cheerful. I wish I could take children today instead of goombas."

RS Mr. Conductor: "They're Reverend Lovejoy's Sunday School."

Narrator: "Explained RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "I'm busy this evening, but the stationmaster says I can ask you to take the children home."

Bart: "Of course I will."

Narrator: "Promised Bart.

Later, Bart saw Budge."

Budgie: "Sorry, Bart. Can't take talk. I'm on high alert."

Bart: "Why?"

Budgie: "Bad weather's due. My help's always needed. Mind how you go, Bart."

Bart: "Pah!"

Narrator: "Huffed Bart."

Bart: "As long as I've got a path to walk on, I can go anywhere in any weather anyhow. Goodbye."

Narrator: "He set off for the beach.

It was beautiful day, but Edd was worried."

Edd: "Be careful."

Narrator: "He warned."

Edd: "There's a storm coming."

Bart: "A promise is a promise."

Narrator: "Thought Bart."

Bart: "No matter what the weather."

Narrator: "The children had a lovely day, but by tea time, dark clouds loomed ahead.

Patty and Selma were glad when Bart arrived. He was just in time. The rain streamed down Bart's body."

Bart: "Ugh!"

Narrator: "He shivered, and thought of his nice dry house.

Bart struggled on past coastal villages and into the countryside.

The river was rising fast."

Bart: "I wish I could see, I wish I could see!"

Narrator: "Complained Bart, as he battled against the rain. More trouble lay ahead."

Bart: "Oh!"

Narrator: "Hissed Bart."

Bart: "The water is sloshing my body."

Narrator: "Bart's driver and fireman had to find some more hot drinks."

Bart's Fireman: "I'll have some of your hot drinks, please."

Narrator: "Said the fireman to the guard."

Guard: "I only made it this morning."

Narrator: "Grumbled the guard, but he still helped.

Soon, Bart felt warm and comfortable again. Then he saw Budgie."

Bart: "Oh dear!"

Narrator: "Thought Bart."

Bart: "Budgie's come to laugh at me."

Narrator: "Something thudded onto Bart."

Bart: "Ow!"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Bart."

Bart: "He needn't throw things."

Bart's Driver: "It's a parachute."

Narrator: "Laughed his driver."

Bart's Driver: "Budgie's dropping hot drinks for us."

Bart: "Thank you, Budgie."

Narrator: "Whistled Bart."

Budgie: "Good to be of service."

Narrator: "Replied Budgie, and buzzed away.

The water lapped Bart's feet. Bart was losing strength again, but he plunged bravely on."

Bart: "I promised."

Narrator: "He panted."

Bart: "I promised."

Narrator: "He made one more big effort, and at last exhausted but triumphant, he brought everyone home."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Well done, Bart!"

Narrator: "Cheered RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "You kept your promise despite everything."

Narrator: "Mayor Adam West arrived in Budgie. First he thanked the men, then Piglet."

Mayor Adam West: "Budgie told me you were, um, a wizard. He says he can beat you at some things, but not at being a submarine. I don't know what you two get up to sometimes, but I do know that you're a Really Useful Boy."

Bart: "Oh, sir."

Narrator: "Whispered Bart happily."

Time for Trouble

Narrator: "TV Land had many visitors, and Mayor Adam West had scheduled more lines of flowers. Garfield, the proud cat, had to work harder than ever before."

Garfield: "Come on!"

Narrator: "He called to the flowers."

Garfield: "Come on, come on, come on! The passengers rely on me to be on time."

Narrator: "Whenever Garfield finished one journey, it was time for another to begin."

Garfield: "Never mind."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Garfield: "I like a long run to stretch my legs."

Narrator: "Even so, Mayor West decided that Garfield needed a rest."

Mayor Adam West: "Schemer shall do your work."

Narrator: "Schemer was delighted. He liked to show off his clothes and was determined to be as fast as Garfield."

Schemer: "You know, little Grandpa Dave."

Narrator: "He boasted."

Schemer: "I'm an important man; everyone knows it. I'm as regular as clockwork. Never late, always on time."

Grandpa Dave: "Says you."

Narrator: "Replied Grandpa Dave. Just then Mayor West arrived."

Mayor Adam West: "Your parts are worn, Grandpa Dave. So you must go to the hospital to get better."

Grandpa Dave: "Can I take Lanolin, sir?"

Mayor Adam West: "No. What would the passengers do without her?"

Narrator: "Grandpa Dave saw Bart by the water fountain."

Bart: "Don't worry, Grandpa Dave."

Narrator: "Said Bart."

Bart: "I'll take care of Lanolin until you get back."

Narrator: "Soon Grandpa Dave was out on the main road. He clanked as he walked again. He's a old man with small feet. His body didn't hold much water. He had come a long way and began to feel thirsty. In the distance was a signal."

Grandpa Dave: "Good."

Narrator: "He thought."

Grandpa Dave: "There's a station ahead. I can have a nice drink and a rest until Schemer has passed."

Narrator: "Grandpa Dave's driver thought so too.

Grandpa Dave was enjoying his drink when the signalman came up. He had never seen Grandpa Dave before. Grandpa Dave's driver tried to explain, but the new signalman wouldn't listen."

Signalman: "We must clear the path for Schemer with the express. You'll have to get more water at the next station."

Narrator: "Grandpa Dave clanked sadly away.

Hurrying used a lot of water, and his body was soon empty. Poor Grandpa Dave was out of strength and stranded on the main road."

Grandpa Dave's Fireman: "We must warn Schemer."

Narrator: "Said the fireman. Then he saw Bart and Lanolin."

Grandpa Dave's Fireman: "Please, take me back to the station. It's an emergency."

Narrator: "Lanolin hated leaving Grandpa Dave."

Bart: "Never mind."

Narrator: "Said Bart."

Bart: "You're taking the fireman to warn Schemer, that's a big help."

Narrator: "Lanolin felt much better. Schemer was fuming when he heard the news."

Schemer: "I'm going to be late."

Signalman: "My fault."

Narrator: "Said the signalman."

Signalman: "I didn't understand about Grandpa Dave."

Schemer's Driver: "Now, Schemer."

Narrator: "Said his driver."

Schemer's Driver: "You'll have to push Grandpa Dave."

Schemer: "What, me? Me, push Grandpa Dave and pull my flowers too?"

Narrator: "Grumbling dreadfully, Schemer set off to find Grandpa Dave. He came up behind Grandpa Dave and gave him a bump."

Schemer: "Get on, you!"

Narrator: "Schemer had to work very hard. When he reached the hospital station, he felt exhausted. Some children were on the platform."

Boy: "Coo,"

Narrator: "Said one."

Boy: "The express is late and it's got two TV Characters. I think Schemer couldn't pull it on his own, so Grandpa Dave had to help him."

Grandpa Dave: "Never mind, Schemer."

Narrator: "Whispered Grandpa Dave."

Grandpa Dave: "They're only joking."

Schemer: "Hah-hah."

Narrator: "Said Schemer."

Garfield and the Famous Visitor

Narrator: "It was an important day in the yard. Everyone was excited, making notes and taking photographs. A special visitor had arrived, and was now the center of attention."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Who's that?"

Narrator: "Whispered RS Mr. Conductor to Spike."

Spike: "That,"

Narrator: "Said Spike proudly,"

Spike: "Is a celebrity."

Bart: "A what?"

Narrator: "Asked Bart."

Spike: "A celebrity is a very famous character."

Narrator: "Replied Spike."

Spike: "Driver says we can talk to him soon."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Oh,"

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "He's probably too famous to even notice us."

Narrator: "Just then, Garfield arrived."

Garfield: "Pah!"

Narrator: "Said Garfield."

Garfield: "Who cares? A lot of fuss about nothing, if you ask me."

Narrator: "And he steamed away.

Later that night, the TV Characters found that the visitor wasn't conceited at all. He enjoyed talking the TV Characters, till long after the stars came out.

He left early next morning."

Garfield: "Good riddance!"

Narrator: "Garfield grumbled."

Garfield: "Chattering all night. Who is he, anyway?"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Spike told you,"

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "He's famous."

Garfield: "As famous as me?"

Narrator: "Huffed Garfield."

Garfield: "Nonsense."

RS Mr. Conductor: "He's famouser than you."

Narrator: "Replied RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "He went 100 miles an hour before you were thought of."

Garfield: "So he says,"

Narrator: "Snorted Garfield."

Garfield: "But I didn't like his looks. He's got no tail. Never trust tailless racers. They're not respectable. I never boast, but I'd say that 100 miles an hour would be easy for me."

Narrator: "Spike brought some goombas to Edd's station."

Edd: "Hello."

Narrator: "Called Edd."

Edd: "That famous racer came through this morning. He waved to me. Wasn't he kind?"

Spike: "He's the finest racer in the world."

Narrator: "Replied Spike, then he told Edd what Garfield had said."

Edd: "Take no notice."

Narrator: "Soothed Edd."

Edd: "He's just jealous. Look, he's coming now."

Narrator: "Garfield's feet pounded the road."

Garfield: "He did it, I'll do it. He did it, I'll do it!"

Narrator: "Garfield's line rocketed past, and was gone."

Spike: "He'll knock himself to bits!"

Narrator: "Chuckled Spike."

Garfield's Driver: "Steady, Garfield."

Narrator: "Called his driver."

Garfield's Driver: "We aren't running a race."

Garfield: "We are, then."

Narrator: "Said Garfield, but he said it to himself.

Suddenly, Garfield began to feel a little strange."

Garfield: "My back end seems funny."

Narrator: "He thought."

Garfield: "It feels as if something is loose! I'd better go slower."

Narrator: "But it was too late.

On the viaduct, they met the wind. It was a teasing wind that blew suddenly at hard puffs. Garfield thought it wanted to push him off the bridge."

Garfield: "No, you don't!"

Narrator: "He said firmly.

But the wind had other ideas. It curled round his body, crept under his loose tail, and lifted off and away into the valley below.

Garfield was most uncomfortable. The cold wind was whistling through his body where his tail should be and he felt silly without it.

At the big station, the goombas laughed at him."

(Goombas laugh)

Narrator: "Garfield tried to shoo them away,"

(Goombas continue laughing)

Narrator: "But they crowded round, no matter what he did.

On the way back home, Garfield wanted his driver to stop and fetch his tail."

Garfield's Driver: "We'll never find it now."

Narrator: "Said the driver."

Garfield's Driver: "You'll have to go to the workshop for a new one."

Narrator: "Garfield was very cross."

Garfield: "I hope the house is empty tonight."

Narrator: "He huffed to himself. But all the TV characters were there waiting."

A Voice: "Never trust tailless racers."

Narrator: "Said a voice from somewhere behind him."

A Voice: "They aren't respectable."

Mario's Duck

Narrator: "Spike the Dragon worked hard in the yard at the big station.

Sometimes he worked with flowers, sometimes he worked with goombas. But whatever the work, Spike got the job done without fuss.

One day, Spike was resting in the house when Mayor Adam West arrived."

Mayor Adam West: "Your work in the yard has been good. Would you like to have a route for your own?"

Spike: "Yes, please sir."

Narrator: "Replied Spike.

So Spike took charge of his own route. The responsibility delighted him.

The route runs along the coast by sandy beaches till it meets a port where big ships come in.

Spike enjoyed exploring every curve and corner of the line. Sea breezes swirled his smoke high into the air, and his scales glistened in the sunlight."

Spike: "This is just like being on holiday."

Narrator: "He puffed."

Spike's Driver: "Well, you know what they say."

Narrator: "Laughed his driver."

Spike's Driver: "A change is as good as a rest."

Narrator: "Soon Spike was busier than ever.

Mayor West was building a new station at the port and Spike pushed the goombas wherever they were needed.

Ten Cents looked after Spike's passengers, and the other TV Characters helped too, but the work took a long time.

Noise and dust filled the air."

Grandpa Dave: "Don't worry."

Narrator: "Whistled Grandpa Dave."

Grandpa Dave: "The station's nearly finished."

Spike: "And on time too."

Narrator: "Said Spike thankfully.

Spike felt his responsibility deeply and talked endlessly about it."

Spike: "You don't understand, Mario, how much Mayor West relies on me."

Mario: "Och aye."

Narrator: "Muttered Mario sleepily."

Spike: "I'm a dragon and I..."

Mario: "Quack, quack, quack!"

Spike: "What?"

Mario: "Ye heard. Quack, quack ye go. Sounds like you'd an egg laid. Now wheesht and let a plumber sleep."

Spike: "Quack yourself!"

Narrator: "Said Spike indignantly.

Later he spoke to his driver."

Spike: "Mario says I quack as if I'd laid an egg."

Spike's Fireman: "Quack, do you?"

Narrator: "Pondered his fireman. He whispered something to Spike and his driver. They were going to play a joke on Mario and pay him back for teasing Spike.

The TV Characters were busy for the rest of the day and nothing more was said, not even a quack.

But when at last Mario was asleep, Spike's driver and fireman popped something into his pocket.

Next morning, when Mario stopped for water, he found that he had an unexpected passenger with him. A small white duckling popped out of his pocket."

Mario: "No doubt who's behind this."

Narrator: "Laughed Mario.

The duckling was tame. She shared the fireman's sandwiches, and rode on Mario. The other TV Characters enjoyed teasing Mario about her.

Presently, she grew tired of traveling and hopped off at a station, and there she stayed.

That night, Mario's driver and fireman got busy, and in the morning when Spike's crew arrived, they laughed and laughed."

Spike's Driver: "Look, Spike! Look what's behind you. It's a nest box with an egg in it!"

Narrator: "Mario opened a sleepy eye."

Mario: "Well, well, well. You must have laid it in the night, Spike. All unbeknownst."

Narrator: "Then Spike laughed too."

Spike: "You win, Mario. It'd take a clever TV Character to get the better of you."

Narrator: "There's a pond near the duckling's station. Here she often swims and welcomes the TV Characters as they pass by. The stationmaster calls her Dilly, but to everyone else, she is always Mario's Duck."

RS Mr. Conductor Gets Bumped

Narrator: "Every afternoon, RS Mr. Conductor puffs along his route with Patty and Selma. First, they pass the water mill. Next, they come to a big farm. Then, they can see a bridge with a village nestled either side of it.

This is a special place. Whenever children hear RS Mr. Conductor coming along, they stand on the bridge, waving until he is out of sight.

One day, RS Mr. Conductor was running late. He had stopped at a red light before the bridge to talk to some new children. Bart Simpson was waiting, too."

Bart: "Hurry up, RS Mr. Conductor."

Narrator: "Called Bart, when the light turned green."

Bart: "If you're late, Mayor Adam West might get a new TV character to replace you."

RS Mr. Conductor: "He would never do that!"

Narrator: "Thought RS Mr. Conductor, but he was worried.

Next day, RS Mr. Conductor hurried along the path. Just ahead was the goods yard. There, on the platform, was an inspector waving a red flag.

Next, RS Mr. Conductor saw some children. They were waving too."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Something must be wrong."

Narrator: "Thought RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "This station's for goods, not passengers."

Children: "Help, RS Mr. Conductor, help! We are glad to see you."

Narrator: "Called the children."

Children: "Please, will you take us home?"

Narrator: "The stationmaster explained to RS Mr. Conductor's driver that the school bus had broken down, and that all the parents would be worried if the children were late.

RS Mr. Conductor waited as the children walked down from the bridge. Then he took the children to the next station, where Ten Cents was waiting to take them home.

When RS Mr. Conductor finished his journey, he was very late. He was worried that Mayor West might be cross with him."

Bart: "I warned RS Mr. Conductor."

Narrator: "Puffed Bart to Schemer."

Bart: "He's been late one time too many. He'll be in trouble now."

Narrator: "But next morning, Mayor West was nowhere to be seen."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Thank goodness."

Narrator: "Sighed RS Mr. Conductor.

RS Mr. Conductor knows every part of his route. But just ahead was a stretch where the hot sun had bent the road."

RS Mr. Conductor's Driver: "Careful, RS Mr. Conductor!"

Narrator: "Called his driver. But it was too late."

RS Mr. Conductor's Driver: "That's done it!"

Narrator: "Said his driver."

RS Mr. Conductor's Driver: "We shan't get any further today!"

RS Mr. Conductor: "But what about my passengers?"

RS Mr. Conductor's Driver: "Don't worry, they'll be looked after."

Narrator: "Replied his driver.

While workmen repaired the road, RS Mr. Conductor had to work with goombas in the yard. Ten Cents came to see him."

Ten Cents: "I understand you need my help again."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Yes, Ten Cents."

Narrator: "Replied RS Mr. Conductor sadly."

RS Mr. Conductor: "I can't run without my road."

Narrator: "Ten Cents set off to collect RS Mr. Conductor's passengers."

Passengers: "Hello, Ten Cents."

Narrator: "They said."

Passengers: "We are glad you are here."

Narrator: "Ten Cents ran along the river by the path. He stopped at each station along the path. Sometimes he stopped between stations to let people off closer to their homes. RS Mr. Conductor felt miserable."

RS Mr. Conductor: "I've lost my passengers. They'll like Ten Cents better than me."

Narrator: "Mayor Adam West arrived."

Mayor Adam West: "Your route is repaired. I'm going to change your timetable so that you and Ten Cents can work together more."

Narrator: "When RS Mr. Conductor reached the station, there were all his passengers."

Passengers: "Ten Cents is a good tug, but we missed our rides with you."

Narrator: "They said.

Later, RS Mr. Conductor spoke to Ten Cents."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Thank you for looking after my passengers."

Ten Cents: "Oh, that's all right, RS Mr. Conductor. I like to make new friends, but I'm glad to share them with you."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Ten Cents,"

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "You're a very good friend indeed!"

RS Mr. Conductor, Bart and the Dragon

Narrator: "RS Mr. Conductor and Bart are good friends, but sometimes Bart teases RS Mr. Conductor about being frightened and he doesn't like that at all.

One evening he was dozing happily in the house, but Bart wanted to talk."

Bart: "Wake up, RS Mr. Conductor. Are you dreaming about the time you thought I was a ghost?"

RS Mr. Conductor: "Certainly not. Anyway I was only pretending to be scared. I knew it was you really."

Narrator: "Bart went on teasing him."

Bart: "I hope the guard leaves the light on for you tonight."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Why?"

Narrator: "Asked RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "I quite like the dark."

Bart: "Oh really?"

Narrator: "Exclaimed Bart."

Bart: "I am surprised. I always thought you were afraid of the dark. I wonder why?"

Narrator: "RS Mr. Conductor decided to say nothing and went to sleep instead.

Next day, Mayor Adam West arrived."

Mayor Adam West: "I would like you to go to the harbour tonight to collect something rather unusual."

RS Mr. Conductor: "What sort of something?"

Narrator: "Asked RS Mr. Conductor."

Mayor Adam West: "Wait and see."

Narrator: "Replied Mayor West.

Meanwhile, Bart was moving some goombas into a siding. Homer arrived with his goombas. The signalman switched the points and Bart waited on the siding until Homer had gone by.

Then, there was trouble."

Signalman: "The points are jammed."

Narrator: "Called the signalman."

Signalman: "I can't switch them back. The workmen will mend them in the morning. It's too late now."

Bart's Driver: "Hmmm."

Narrator: "Said Bart's driver."

Bart's Driver: "I'm sorry, Bart. But you will have to stay here for the night."

Bart: "Where are you going?"

Narrator: "Asked Bart."

Bart's Fireman: "Home for tea."

Narrator: "Replied the fireman. Bart was speechless.

He watched as the other TV characters went home.

Nighttime came and Bart began to feel very lonely."

Bart: "Oh dear."

Narrator: "He murmured."

Bart: "It's very dark."

(Owls hoots)

Bart: "OH! OH! What's that?!"

Narrator: "It was only an owl, but Bart didn't realize this."

Bart: "Oh, I wish RS Mr. Conductor were here too."

Narrator: "He sighed.

RS Mr. Conductor was waiting for his mysterious load at the harbour. Suddenly, there is was."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Gold dust and whistles!"

Narrator: "Cried RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "It's a dragon!"

RS Mr. Conductor's Driver: "Don't worry."

Narrator: "Laughed his driver."

RS Mr. Conductor's Driver: "This dragon is really friendly. He's for the carnival tomorrow."

Narrator: "Workmen lifted the dragon onto RS Mr. Conductor's wagon and put lights all around it for protection. Then, RS Mr. Conductor set off into the misty night.

Bart was asleep on his siding and had no idea that RS Mr. Conductor was approaching him."

(Bart wakes up and sees Elliot)

Bart: "Help!"

Narrator: "Cried Bart."

Bart: "I'm not going to open my eyes until my driver comes."

Narrator: "Next morning the points were mended and Bart puffed back to the junction. Garfield was just about to leave with his flowers."

Bart: "You'll never guess what I saw last night."

Narrator: "Garfield was in no mood for puzzles."

Garfield: "I'm a busy cat. I don't have time for your games."

Bart: "I've seen a huge dragon. It was covered in lights."

Narrator: "Garfield snorted."

Garfield: "You've been in the sun too long. Your head has cracked."

Narrator: "When the other TV characters heard the news, they laughed too."

Schemer: "Look out, Bart!"

Narrator: "Chuckled Schemer."

Schemer: "Or the dragon may gobble you up!"

Bart: "No one believes me."

Narrator: "Huffed Bart."

Bart: "Maybe I did imagine the dragon after all."

Narrator: "But Bart soon found out that he hadn't."

Bart: "Help! Save me!"

Narrator: "Cried Bart."

RS Mr. Conductor: "It's alright."

Narrator: "Whistled RS Mr. Conductor. And he explained about the carnival."

RS Mr. Conductor: "By the way, how was your night out?"

Narrator: "Bart decided to tell RS Mr. Conductor the truth."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Well, Bart."

Narrator: "Said RS Mr. Conductor."

RS Mr. Conductor: "Maybe we do get scared sometimes, but if we're not afraid to tell each other, then that means we're quite brave too."

Mr. Burns Does it Again

Narrator: "Spike and Bart enjoy their work at the harbor, pulling and pushing goombas with cargo to and from the quay.

But one morning, the TV characters were exhausted. The harbor was busier than ever.

Mayor Adam West promised that another character would be found to help them."

Batt: "Huh! It's about time."

Narrator: "Said Bart."

Spike: "I ache so much I can hardly get my feet to move."

Narrator: "Agreed Spike. They waited for the character to arrive.

It came as a shock when he did."

Mr. Burns: "Good morning."

Narrator: "Squirmed Mr. Burns in his oily voice. The two TV characters had not worked with Mr. Burns for a long time."

Spike: "What are you doing here?"

Narrator: "Gasped Spike."

Mr. Burns: "Your worthy West, ah, Mayor Adam West sent me. I hope you are pleased to see me again. I am to arrange some dreadfully tiresome goombas."

Bart: "Arrange where?"

Narrator: "Said Bart suspiciously."

Mr. Burns: "Where? Why from here to there."

Narrator: "Purred Mr. Burns."

Mr. Burns: "And then again from there to here. Easy, isn't it?"

Narrator: "With that, Mr. Burns, as if to make himself quite clear, bumped some goombas hard."

Goombas: "Ooooooh!"

Narrator: "Screamed the goombas."

Mr. Burns: "Grrrrh!"

Narrator: "Growled Mr. Burns.

Bart and Spike were horrified. They did not trust Mr. Burns at all. They refuse to work and would not leave their house.

Mayor West was enjoying his tea and iced bun when the telephone rang."

Mayor Adam West: "So there's trouble in the harbor yard? I'll be there right away."

Narrator: "Mr. Burns was working loudly and alone. Cargo lay on the quay. Ships and passengers were delayed. Everyone was complaining about Mayor West's land.

Bart and Spike were sulking in their house."

Mayor Adam West: "What's all this?"

Narrator: "Demanded Mayor West."

Bart: "Er, we're on strike, sir."

Narrator: "Said Bart nervously."

Spike: "Yes."

Narrator: "Added Spike."

Spike: "Beg pardon, sir, but we won't work with Mr. Burns, sir."

Narrator: "Then, in a quiet hurt voice, he added."

Spike: "You said you sent him packing, sir."

Mayor Adam West: "I have to give Mr. Burns a second chance. I am trying to help you by bringing Mr. Burns here. Now you must help me. He was the only character available."

Narrator: "Bart and Spike went sadly back to work.

Next morning, things were no better. Mr. Burns' driver had not set his feet up properly and Mr. Burns started to move. He went bump straight into Bart. Bart had an awful fright."

Mr. Burns: "Wake up there, Bart."

Narrator: "Scowled Mr. Burns."

Mr. Burns: "You have work to do."

Narrator: "He didn't even say he was sorry to Bart.

Later, Mr. Burns bumped the goombas so hard that the loads went everywhere."

Bart: "What will Mayor West say?"

Narrator: "Gasped Bart."

Spike: "He won't like it."

Narrator: "Said Spike."

Mr. Burns: "So who's going to tell him, I wonder?"

Narrator: "Said Mr. Burns."

Mr. Burns: "Two little goody-goody tall-tales like you, I suppose."

Narrator: "Bart and Spike did not want to be tell-tales, so they said nothing.

Mr. Burns, thinking he could get away with his bad behavior, was ruder than ever. Next day, he was arranging goombas with china clay. He banged the goombas hard into the buffers, but the buffers weren't secure.

The silly goombas were sunk.

Soon, Mayor Adam West heard the news.

The goombas were hoisted safely from the sea, but the clay was lost.

Mayor West spoke severely to Captain Hook."

Mayor Adam West: "Things worked much better here before you arrived. I shall not be inviting you back.

Now, Spike and Bart, I hope you won't mind having to handle the work by yourselves again."

Bart and Spike: "Oh no, sir. Yes, please, sir."

Narrator: "Replied the TV characters. Whistling cheerfully, they puffed back to work while Mr. Burns sulked slowly away."

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