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Toby's Windmill / Make Someone Happy / Something Fishy is an episode of the Netflix Kids version of Thomas and Friends.

Plot

  • Toby has to figure out a way to make the windmill as good as new again / Mrs. Kyndley wishes for a ride of her own / Arthur is impressed to have his run a coastal route.

Characters

  • Thomas
  • James
  • Percy
  • Toby
  • Oliver
  • Arthur
  • Cranky
  • Sir Topham Hatt
  • Mrs. Kyndley
  • Dusty Miller
  • The Fisherman
  • Harvey (does not speak)
  • Terence (does not speak)
  • Tiger Moth (does not speak)
  • Henry (cameo)
  • Gordon (cameo)
  • Duck (cameo)
  • Donald (cameo)
  • Annie and Clarabel (cameo)
  • Henrietta (cameo)
  • Skarloey (cameo)
  • Rheneas (cameo)
  • Peter Sam (cameo)
  • Emily (cameo)
  • Murdoch (cameo)
  • Spencer (cameo)
  • Trevor (cameo)
  • George (cameo)
  • Stephen Hatt (cameo)
  • Jem Cole (cameo)
  • Farmer Trotter (cameo)
  • Farmer Finney (cameo)
  • Jeremiah Jobling (cameo)
  • Cyril The Fogman (cameo)

Songs

  1. Toby
  2. Let's Have A Race
  3. Gone Fishing

Trivia

  • Narrated by Alec Baldwin and Michael Brandon.
  • Release Date: May 1, 2004.
  • Make Someone Happy is played twice in the broadcast.

Transcript

  • (We open this episode with the Britt Allcroft Presents logo)
  • (Then we see the Thomas and Friends Season 7 intro)
  • (After that, we begin the character introduction)
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas is a really useful engine. Here's Percy. He is a very happy engine. James is a magnificent engine. Gordon is the most fastest engine on the Island of Sodor. Henry is long and fast. Here's Edward always here to help. Toby is a different engine. He's a tram engine.
  • (A passing by sequence occurs and we begin Toby's Windmill)
  • Michael Brandon: There are many beautiful places on the Island of Sodor. The engines loved the pretty watermill, the peaceful canals and the castle on the lake. Toby's favorite place is the old windmill. The windmill is worn, it cannot make much flour now. Toby loves to watch the sails go around. And the miller is his friend.
  • Miller: Good morning, Toby.
  • Michael Brandon: One day, Toby was collecting a load of flour to take to the market. But he was busy watching the windmill sails, that he forgot to look where he was going. All the flour was ruined and the miller was upset.
  • Miller: If I can't sell my flour I'll have to shut down the windmill.
  • Toby: I'm sorry.
  • Michael Brandon: Sighed Toby. Harvey arrived to put the trucks back onto the tracks. Toby was sad.
  • Toby: What will the miller do if the mill shuts down?
  • Toby's Driver: It's a shame.
  • Michael Brandon: Said his driver.
  • Toby's Driver: But we must hurry, Toby, there's a storm on the way.
  • Michael Brandon: Toby couldn't sleep that night. It wasn't the thunder and lightning that kept them awake. He was still worrying about the miller. That stormy night, the old windmill was struck by lightning. The next morning, Toby chuffed carefully along his branch line. The storm had torn trees from the ground and the farm buildings have been damaged. Then, Toby saw the most shocking sight of all.
  • Toby: The windmill is broken!
  • Michael Brandon: He cried.
  • Miller: This means the end of my business.
  • Michael Brandon: Said the miller sadly.
  • Miller: I can't afford the timbers to make the repairs.
  • Michael Brandon: Toby really wanted to help.
  • Toby: There must be a way.
  • Michael Brandon: Suddenly, his driver saw a fallen tree ahead. Harvey and Terence were clearing the track. Sir Topham Hatt was cross.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: This storm has caused confusion and delay. Remove this tree immediately!
  • Michael Brandon: But Toby had an idea.
  • Toby: Please sir. The windmill has been broken. The wood from this tree can mend it and make it work again.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: A splendid idea.
  • Michael Brandon: Agreed Sir Topham Hatt. Toby proudly took the tree to the miller. The miller was delighted.
  • Miller: Now we can build our windmill back up again. It would be good as new.
  • Michael Brandon: Toby watched as the work began. It took a long time, but as last the windmill was completed. Sir Topham Hatt was most impressed. The miller was grateful.
  • Miller: Thank you, Toby, your idea saved my windmill.
  • Michael Brandon: Toby beamed happily. Now the windmill produces more flour than ever before and Toby makes twice as many deliveries to the market. He never tires of watching the sails go around and he is very proud that the miller now calls it: Toby's Windmill.
  • (Another passing by sequence occurs and we begin Toby)
  • Children: (singing) North of the island, there lives a dear old train, a little tram engine, Toby is his name. He's quaint and old fashioned, but careful and wise. His coach is Henrietta and she's seen better days. His mind keeps returning to the good old days. When they were busy working everyday. But nobody rides with them nowadays. They can't understand why things have changed. Their line is closing down today, forever. Toby, oh Toby. What will become of you? The world's much nicer whenever we see you. Toby, dear Toby. There's still lots that you can do. Oldies but goldies, we still care about you. All of the children came to say goodbye. They clapped and cheered as Toby rang his bell, "Bye-bye." Everyone was sad to see them go. Whatever will they do, and where will they go? Suddenly news came to brighten up their day. How Toby and Henrietta were needed right away. The Fat Controller had written to say, could they please come and help right away. Now they're part of his family forever. Toby, oh Toby. Show them what you can do. The world's much nicer whenever we see you. Toby, dear Toby. There's so much to learn from you. Oldies but goldies, we still care about you. Oldies but goldies, we still care for you.
  • (Another passing by sequence occurs and we begin Make Someone Happy)
  • Alec Baldwin: It was holiday time on the Island of Sodor. All the engines were working happily except for James.
  • James: Why should a splendid engine like me take messy coal cars instead of coaches? Percy or Oliver should do it, I'm too important.
  • Alec Baldwin: Thomas was cross.
  • Thomas: James, why don't you think about something or someone else for a change? You'll be surprised at how much better you'll feel if you do.
  • James: Oh, please. Being important is the only thing for me to think about. Hah!
  • (We see Percy and Oliver watching Tiger Moth)
  • Percy: That plane's making a great deal of noise.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Percy to Oliver.
  • Oliver: His name's Tiger Moth.
  • Alec Baldwin: Replied Oliver.
  • Oliver: And it's flying around telling everyone about the fair that's arriving today.
  • Thomas: What are you two doing here?
  • Oliver: Sir Topham Hatt wants us to pick up a very special load from the harbour.
  • Percy: And I think it's got something to do with the fair.
  • Alec Baldwin: Then they puffed away. Meanwhile, James was collecting quarry cars from the yard.
  • James: Dustier and dustier.
  • Alec Baldwin: He grumbled. Then he saw Mrs. Kyndley.
  • James: She looks miserable.
  • James' Driver: What's the matter?
  • Alec Baldwin: Asked James' driver.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: My sister has run to tell me she can't come to stay with me. I was so looking forward to her visit.
  • Alec Baldwin: Sir Topham Hatt soon heard the sad news.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: We must cheer her up. Send Harold the Helicopter to pick her up inmediately.
  • Alec Baldwin: A few minutes later there was a surprise for Mrs. Kyndley.
  • Harold: All present and correct.
  • Alec Baldwin: Called Harold.
  • Harold: I'm uh here for a flying visit. Hurry aboard Mrs. Kyndley and uh fly the sky with me. Compliments of uh, Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: Oh, how lovely.
  • James: Harold's made my paint dustier than ever.
  • Alec Baldwin: Muttered James. But he was happy for Mrs. Kyndley. She was soon flying high with Harold.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: I have never seen the island like this before. It's wonderful.
  • Alec Baldwin: Meanwhile, Percy and Oliver were at the docks. Cranky the Crane was unloading an old tramp steamer.
  • Cranky: Hey down there, you two, I'm paying lucky dip in the tramper's hold and all these are for you.
  • Percy: Wooden horses!
  • Alec Baldwin: Percy exclaimed.
  • Percy: For the carousel ride. It's going to be a very exciting fair.
  • James: It is indeed.
  • Alec Baldwin: Whistled James.
  • James: Sir Topham Hatt has ordered me to stop pulling coal cars and go to the station instead. Something to do with Mrs. Kyndley. Goodbye.
  • Percy: Well what do you think of that.
  • Alec Baldwin: Cried Percy. Mrs. Kyndley was waiting for James with Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Now this is your very special treat. James will take you on a mystery ride and I shall meet you at your destination.
  • Alec Baldwin: James took Mrs. Kyndley along her favorite coastal route to Tidmouth Bay. When he arrived there, a big surprise awaited Mrs. Kyndley.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: Oh!
  • Alec Baldwin: She cried.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: You brought me to the fairground how lovely.
  • Alec Baldwin: Best of all Sir Topham Hatt invited her to make the announcement.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: I declare this fairground open.
  • Alec Baldwin: Mrs. Kyndley had the first ride on the carousel.
  • (Carnival music plays)
  • James: You were quite right, Thomas.
  • Alec Baldwin: James whispered.
  • James: Making someone happy does cheer you up.
  • Alec Baldwin: Then together they watched the fun of the fair.
  • (The carnival music continues on as we hear a loud ding, and then a man laughing, and finally the carousel)
  • (Another passing by sequence occurs and we begin Let's Have A Race)
  • Children: (singing) A lesson that's worth learning One you never should forget Is the art of friendly rivalry It's not always about winning You must learn that from the start Enjoy yourself remember What counts is taking part. Let's have a race, have a race, have a race Let's see who is the quickest Who can be the fastest On your marks, now get set, go! Let's set a pace, set a pace, set a pace Let's see if you can catch me Let's see if you can match me so Let's have a race, have a race.
  • (Children cheering)
  • Children: (singing) Thomas challenged Bertie To a friendly race one day The driver said get ready But be careful on the way The friends lined up together Enjoying the fun The stationmaster called out Are you ready to begin. Let's have a race, have a race, have a race Let's see who is the quickest Who can be the fastest On your marks, now get set, go! Let's set a pace, set a pace, set a pace Let's see if you can catch me Let's see if you can match me so Let's have a race, have a race.
  • (Children cheering)
  • Children: (singing) Bertie bus was winning He sped along the way Thomas tried so hard To catch up on the way Eventually he passed him And Bertie had to say:
  • Girl: To pass you on that hill Thomas I'd need wings like an airplane.
  • Children: (singing) Let's have a race, have a race, have a race Let's see who is the quickest Who can be the fastest On your marks, now get set, go! Let's set a pace, set a pace, set a pace Let's see if you can catch me Let's see if you can match me so Let's have a race, have a race. Let's have a race, have a race, have a race Let's see who is the quickest Who can be the fastest Ready, set go! Let's set a pace, set a pace, set a pace Let's see if you can catch me Let's see if you can match me so Let's have a race, have a race Let's have a race... Let's have a race... Right now!
  • (Children cheering)
  • (Another passing by sequence occurs and we begin Something Fishy)
  • Michael Brandon: Arthur loves working on the Island of Sodor. He is new to the railway and is learning his way around. One morning, he discovered the fishing village. The sun made the water sparkle and the seagulls cawed across the harbour. This was Arthur's favorite place. That evening Sir Topham Hatt came to the sheds.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: There's going to be a new line to the fishing village. I had to decide which engine shall run it.
  • Michael Brandon: He paused impressively. Thomas and Percy looked away. They had enough work to do. Arthur hoped he would be chosen.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Thomas, you will work on the new line.
  • Thomas: Yes, Sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Thomas. But he really didn't like the smell of fish. Arthur was disappointment. Sir Topham Hatt sent him to haul coal to the steelworks. That evening, Thomas was at the washdown when Arthur puffed in.
  • Arthur: Do I smell a fishy engine?
  • Michael Brandon: He teased.
  • Thomas: Yes.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: Smelly fish, smelly new line.
  • Michael Brandon: Arthur wished he could go to the fishing village instead of the steelworks. He'd be much happier than Thomas. The next morning, Thomas was still grumpy. The fishermen had caught lots of fish.
  • Thomas: Hurry up.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: I'm a busy engine.
  • Fisherman: And a fussy one too.
  • Michael Brandon: Said the fisherman.
  • Fisherman: Just enjoy the fresh salty smell of the fish.
  • Thomas: Phew!
  • Michael Brandon: Puffed Thomas. Thomas steamed as fast as he could along the line. But there was trouble ahead. Some faulty points sent his freight cars one way and Thomas onto the old pier rail.
  • Thomas: Whoa!
  • Michael Brandon: The Troublesome Trucks were delighted.
  • Trucks: He's falling in the water! (laughing)
  • Michael Brandon: Luckily, Thomas wasn't hurt and the fish freight cars stayed on the tracks. When Sir Topham Hatt heard the news he checked his time table.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Arthur is the newest engine. I'll send him right away.
  • Michael Brandon: It was a hot day. The ice that was keeping the fish cold started to melt.
  • Thomas: I hope someone comes quickly.
  • Michael Brandon: Moaned Thomas.
  • Thomas: That fish will spoil soon.
  • Michael Brandon: Arthur was surprised to see Thomas in the tidal pool.
  • Arthur: Are you all right, Thomas?
  • Thomas: No. But I'll be much better when you take these fish away.
  • Driver: The breakdown van will be here soon.
  • Michael Brandon: Called Arthur's Driver. Arthur knew he had to hurry. He raced along the line to the docks and arrived there just in time. Later, Arthur went to see Thomas at the fitter's yard.
  • Thomas: Thank you for helping me.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Thomas.
  • Arthur: Thank you.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Arthur.
  • Arthur: I wish I had the fishing village line all the time.
  • Thomas: But please tell Sir Topham Hatt. Because I don't like fish.
  • Michael Brandon: That evening, Sir Topham Hatt came to the sheds.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: I need an engine to go to the fishing village while Thomas is being repaired.
  • Michael Brandon: He said.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Any Volunteers?
  • Arthur: Me!
  • Michael Brandon: Arthur blurted out.
  • Arthur: And please sir may I run on that line all the time? Thomas doesn't like fish but I do.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Then the line is yours.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Sir Topham Hatt. Arthur was delighted. The next morning he puffed into the fishing village right on time. The smell of fish was everywhere. But he was sure he had the most beautiful line on the Island of Sodor.
  • (Another passing by sequence occurs and we begin Gone Fishing)
  • Children: (singing) Sometimes it's nice to take some time out. Do what you really want to do. Just to relax and let the world fly by you. Forget your worry, no need to hurry. Just leave a sign to say... Gone fishing, gone fishing. It's a sunny old day and you're on your way, Gone fishing. Gone fishing, Gone fishing. It's a sunny old day and you're on your way. Why don't we all go fishing? You drop your line down to the river, Waiting to see what you can find. Whatever life has to offer you. You know you'll take it, stand up and face it, Smiling along the way. Gone fishing, gone fishing. It's a sunny old day and you're on your way, Gone fishing. Gone fishing, Gone fishing. It's a sunny old day and you're on your way. Why don't we all go fishing? There's nothing better on a sunny day, When all your work is done. Throw down your line, settle down. Surprise, surprise, look what you've found. Gone fishing, gone fishing. It's a sunny old day and you're on your way, Gone fishing. Gone fishing, Gone fishing. It's a sunny old day and you're on your way. Why don't we all go fishing? It's a sunny old day and you're on your way... Gone fishing!
  • (Following the last song, we find the end credits with Thomas looking at us)
  • (While they roll, the Thomas end theme plays)
  • (After that, the 2003 HiT Entertainment logo appears)

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