Thomas The Tank Engine And Friends (1984) Episode Scripts

N/A - Emily's Rubbish

1 (TOOTING) 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 roles to play Round Tidmouth Sheds or far away Down the hills and round the bends Thomas and his friends NARRATOR: The island of Sodor is surrounded by beautiful blue sea.
It has fields of green and sandy yellow beaches.
There are rivers, streams and trees where birds sing.
There are windmills and a coal mine and docks where visitors to the island arrive.
The island also has lots of railway lines.
Who's that puffing down the track? (TOOTING) It's Thomas! Hello, Thomas! (TOOTING) Hello, everybody! Welcome to the island of Sodor.
(NARRATOR READING) 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.
The Fat Controller told her to work with a new engine.
"I hope he's smart and useful," she wheeshed.
Emily met Thomas waiting at a signal.
"The new engine is at the shunting yards," tooted Thomas.
"I can't wait to meet him.
" She chuffed away as fast as her boiler could bubble.
She steamed into the shunting yards to look for the new engine.
He was the scruffiest engine she had ever seen.
"Hello, Emily.
" "My name's Whiff because I'm a bit smelly! "You're going to help me collect rubbish!" Emily was horrified.
"Come on, then," she sighed.
"Let's get started.
" Gordon was talking to James and Henry.
When they saw Emily with Whiff, they laughed.
"Hello," whistled Whiff.
"Who's your messy new friend with the funny whistle?" snorted James.
"We smelt you coming for miles," wheeshed Gordon.
"My name's Whiff.
" "It suits you," laughed Henry.
"Phew!" Emily was very embarrassed.
She hurried away.
Whiff puffed after her.
Up the line, Emily and Whiff passed more engines.
When they saw Whiff, they all laughed too.
Emily was tired of being teased.
"I must get away from Whiff," she huffed.
Emily pumped her pistons.
"Wait for me," whistled Whiff.
But Emily wasn't going to wait.
Soon, Whiff was a long way behind.
Emily was glad Whiff was gone.
"It's not my fault if he can't keep up," she huffed.
Later, Emily had to wait for Elisabeth at a crossing.
"Where's this new engine?" Honked Elisabeth.
"He got lost," wheeshed Emily.
"I didn't," whistled Whiff cheerfully.
" "Oh," sniffed Elisabeth.
"Aren't you going to introduce me to your new friend?" Emily didn't want anything to do with Whiff.
She chuffed away as fast as her pistons would pump.
"Wait for me," whistled Whiff.
Up ahead, Emily saw a branch line.
"Maybe if I puff down here, Whiff won't see me.
" And Whiff didn't see Emily.
He puffed past on the main line.
Emily chuffed all around the Fat Controller's railway.
She tried to hide from Whiff, but everywhere Emily went, Whiff always found her! In every tunnel and in every siding! At last, Emily escaped from Whiff.
"Thank goodness," she wheeshed.
"Now no one will laugh at me "for working with such a smelly engine.
" Emily saw Spencer.
He was very cross.
"I'm to be taking the Duke and Duchess of Boxford "to an important lunch," huffed Spencer.
"But my way is blocked by these rubbish trucks.
" "Flatten my funnel," steamed Emily.
They were the rubbish trucks that Emily and Whiff should have cleared.
"Someone will have to move them," sniffed Spencer.
Emily knew that was her job.
"I suppose I'll have to move them," she shuddered.
Emily buffered up.
She pulled as hard as she could, but the trucks were too heavy for her to move.
Just then, Gordon chuffed past.
"Can you help me move these trucks?" "Me?" snorted Gordon.
"Certainly not.
" "Can you help me move these trucks, James?" peeped Emily.
"Ugh! No, thank you," wheeshed James.
Emily was upset.
"I'm still waiting," huffed Spencer.
"If Whiff were here, he'd be happy to help me.
" "He wanted to be my friend, but I wasn't kind to him.
"I must find Whiff and say sorry.
" Emily looked high and low for Whiff, but he was nowhere to be seen.
At last, she heard Whiff's funny whistle.
"Hello, Emily," whistled Whiff.
"I wondered where you'd got to.
" "I'm sorry I ran away from you.
" "That's all right.
" "I'm just glad you found me.
Let's go to work.
" Spencer was getting impatient.
"Don't worry, Spencer," tooted Emily.
"Whiff is here to help now.
" "Freeze my firebox," snorted Spencer, when he saw Whiff.
"That scruffy engine can't move these trucks!" "We're going to move them together," chuffed Emily.
"Thank you, Emily," whistled Whiff.
Spencer watched as they coupled up to the rubbish trucks and quickly shunted them away.
Spencer was very impressed.
"Whiff is a very useful engine," he wheeshed.
"I know," bubbled Emily happily.
"He's my new good friend, too!" (TOOTING) (SINGING)