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Based on the Mr. Conductor's Adventures Movies & Mr. Conductor's Adventures of Talespin, Mr. Conductor Meets The Simpsons is a series featuring both Mr. Conductors Alec Baldwin & George Carlin. Each episode will have 2 Thomas Stories. Only Thomas stories from Seasons 1-6 can be used. No stories from Seasons 7-present allowed. Only The Simpsons episodes from Seasons 1-2 can be used. No episodes from Season 3-present allowed. Also, the Thomas stories can only be used once, and swear words will be removed when necessary to make it kid-friendly.

Episode 1: Simpsons Roasting On An Open FireEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Thomas Gets Tricked
  2. Thomas' Christmas Party

QuotesEdit

  • Homer: (gasps and screams) Oh! It's true! The jar is empty! Oh no! We're ruined. Christmas is cancelled. No presents for anyone!
  • Mr. Conductor: One thing about Christmastime is you'll never know what will happen. But it turned out to be a good Christmas for Thomas and his friends on the Island of Sodor. Maybe I should tell you about it.
  • (Mr. Conductor blows his whistle and the story, Thomas' Christmas Party begins)

TriviaEdit

Episode 2: Bart the GeniusEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin and Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. A Big Day For Thomas (George Carlin)
  2. Cranky Bugs (Alec Baldwin)

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 3: Homer's OdysseyEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Duncan Gets Spooked
  2. The World's Strongest Engine

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 4: There's No Disgrace Like HomeEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Bertie's Chase
  2. Gordon & The Famous Visitor

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 5: Bart the GeneralEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  • Pop Goes The Diesel
  • Diesel Does It Again

QuotesEdit

  • Bart: I had a run in with a bully.
  • Marge: A bully?!
  • Homer: Come on, Marge! I don't bother you when you're helping Lisa!
  • Mr. Conductor (George Carlin): Sometimes bullies are very hard to handle alone. Reminds me of the time when Percy and Duck had a run-in with a bully named Diesel. Let me tell you about it.
  • (GC Mr. Conductor blows his whistle and the story, Diesel Does It Again begins)

TriviaEdit

Episode 6: Moaning LisaEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Henry's Special Coal
  2. The Flying Kipper

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 7: The Call Of The SimpsonsEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  • Percy's Ghostly Trick
  • Woolly Bear

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 8: The Telltale HeadEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Something In The Air
  2. A Bad Day For Harold

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 9: Life on the Fast LaneEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Come Out, Henry!
  2. Henry To The Rescue

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 10: Homer's Night OutEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin and Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Fish (George Carlin)
  2. Busy Going Backwards (Alec Baldwin)

QuotesEdit

  • Homer: My night's going to great, Mr. C!
  • Mr. Conductor (GC): I hope your night is better than the night Duck had an incident with Fish while helping Henry.
  • Homer: What night are you talking about?
  • Mr. Conductor (GC): Well, let me tell you about it.
  • (Mr. Conductor blows his whistle and the story, Fish begins)

TriviaEdit

Episode 11: The Crepes of WrathEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin and Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  • Trouble For Thomas (George Carlin)
  • A Big Surprise For Percy (Alec Baldwin)

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 12: Krusty Gets BustedEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  • James Learns a Lesson
  • Foolish Freight Cars

QuotesEdit

  • Krusty Doll: I didn't do it.
  • Bart: Oh, I wish I could believe you.
  • Mr. Conductor: Hi Bart. Why so glum?
  • Bart: Oh, my idol Krusty the Clown got in jail for something he wouldn't do.
  • Mr. Conductor: Hmm...I think I understand what you mean.
  • Bart: You do?
  • Mr. Conductor: Well, I remember when James the Red Engine first came to the Island of Sodor, and he behaved very badly. Why don't I tell you about it?
  • Bart: Well...okay.
  • Mr. Conductor: Here goes. (Mr. Conductor blows his whistle and the story, James Learns a Lesson begins)

TriviaEdit

Episode 13: Some Enchanted EveningEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin and Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Thomas and Stepney (George Carlin)
  2. Stepney Gets Lost (Alec Baldwin)

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This is the final episode from Season 1 of "Mr. Conductor Meets the Simpsons." Mr. Conductor (both George Carlin and Alec Baldwin) will return again in Season 2.

Episode 14: Bart Gets An FEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  • Thomas and the Conductor
  • Terence the Tractor

QuotesEdit

  • Mr. Conductor: My, that's a lot of snow! It's up to my head!
  • Lisa: Do they have snow on the Island of Sodor, Mr. C?
  • Mr. Conductor: Yes they do, Lisa. Have I ever told you about Thomas' friend Terence?
  • Lisa: I don't think so.
  • Mr. Conductor: Well then, I'll tell you about when Thomas met Terence. (He blows his whistle and the story, Terence the Tractor begins)

TriviaEdit

  • This episode marks the return of George Carlin as Mr. Conductor. Alec Baldwin as Mr. Conductor will appear again in Episode 15: Simpson and Delilah.

Episode 15: Simpson and DelilahEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Middle Engine
  2. Twin Trouble

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This marks the return of Alec Baldwin as Mr. Conductor 2.
  • Lara Laramie, Miki, Temacu (from Pokemon) and The Thug Dolls (from Winnie The Pooh) appear in this episode.

Episode 16: Treehouse of HorrorEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin and Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Thomas, Percy and The Dragon (George Carlin)
  2. Scaredy Engines (Alec Baldwin)

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 17: Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every FishEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Thomas Goes Fishing
  2. A Scarf For Percy

QuotesEdit

  • Mr. Conductor: Something smells fishy here...and it isn't the three-eyed fish.
  • Marge: Is it the election?
  • Mr. Conductor: An election?
  • Marge: Mr. Burns is running for mayor against Mary Bailey.
  • Lisa: What side are you on, Mr. C?
  • Mr. Conductor: I haven't decided yet. But you know what that fish reminds me of? It reminds me of the time Thomas wanted to go fishing.
  • Lisa: It's highly illogical for steam engines to fish, Mr. Conductor.
  • Mr. Conductor: Well, Thomas soon found that out. Let me tell you what happened. (He blows his whistle and the story, Thomas Goes Fishing begins)

TriviaEdit

Episode 18: Dancin' HomerEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin and Alec Baldwin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Train Stops Play (George Carlin)
  2. Faulty Whistles (Alec Baldwin)

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 19: Dead Putting SocietyEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by Alec Baldwin and George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Buffer Bother (Alec Baldwin)
  2. One Good Turn (George Carlin)

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 20: Bart vs. ThanksgivingEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure
  2. A Bad Day For Sir Handel

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 21: Bart The DaredevilEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Percy Proves A Point
  2. The Runaway

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 22: Itchy & Scratchy & MargeEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Rusty Helps Peter Sam
  2. Special Funnel

QuotesEdit

  • Mr. Conductor: That Itchy is about as bad as the Troublesome Freight Cars. Have I told you about the time when Peter Sam was working with Rusty at the quarry?
  • Marge: Not that I know of.
  • Mr. Conductor: Well then, I'll tell you about it. (He blows his whistle and the story, Rusty Helps Peter Sam begins)

After the story...

  • Marge: I feel sorry for Peter Sam. I hope he'll feel better.
  • Mr. Conductor: Now remember Marge, most stories do have a happy ending. But this one will have to wait till later.
  • Homer: Where you going?
  • Mr. Conductor: I'm going to Leaky Park, to fix a few leaks. Get it? Leaky Park? Leaks?
  • Marge: (giggles)
  • Mr. Conductor: I promise to tell you the rest of the story when I see you all again. Goodbye.

TriviaEdit

Episode 23: Bart Gets Hit By A CarEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Thomas Comes To Breakfast
  2. Daisy

QuotesEdit

  • Mr. Conductor: The accident Bart had reminds me of an accident Thomas had on the Island of Sodor. He crashed into the stationmaster's house. Perhaps I should tell you all about it. (Mr. Conductor blows his whistle and the story, Thomas Comes To Breakfast begins)

TriviaEdit

Episode 24: One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue FishEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Granpuff
  2. Sleeping Beauty

QuotesEdit

Quote 1

  • Homer: Oh, I can't believe it. I have a whole day left to live! (cries)
  • Mr. Conductor: Well, since it is your last day Homer, I'll tell you one more Thomas story. Have I told you about Duke the lost engine?
  • Homer: No. What happened to Duke?
  • Mr. Conductor: Just listen. (He blows his whistle and the story, Granpuff begins) Once upon a time, there were three little engines who lived in their own little shed on their own little railway. Their names were Duke, Stuart and Falcon.

Quote 2

  • Mr. Conductor: Winter torrents washed soils from the hills. Trees and bushes grew all around. You wouldn't have known a shed was there, let alone a little engine asleep inside.
  • (Back at the Simpson house)
  • Homer: That wasn't a happy ending at all.
  • Marge: Homer's right, Mr. Conductor. Will there be a happy ending?
  • Mr. Conductor: There will be one, but unfortunately it'll have to wait until later. Oh, and Homer, if I don't see you tomorrow... (sniff) Goodbye. (He cries as he disappears.)

Quote 3

  • Mr. Conductor: Were you looking for something, old friend?
  • Homer (whispering): Mr. Conductor, what are you doing here?
  • Mr. Conductor: I was just sitting here, waiting for...well...tomorrow. I'm sorry, I just can't stand it when a close friend dies.
  • Homer: Well, since I'm here, can you tell me the rest of the Duke story, please?
  • Mr. Conductor: I suppose so. But I have to remind you of the story so far. (He blows his whistle and the story, Sleeping Beauty begins) Duke was old and lived with two young engines called Stuart and Falcon. They teased Duke and called him "Granpuff," but they were happy together.

Quote 4

  • Mr. Conductor: But Duke's old eyes twinkled, and for the first time in years he smiled as he dozed in the sun.
  • (Back at the Simpson house)
  • Mr. Conductor: And that, my friend, is the whole story.
  • (Mr. Conductor hears Homer crying)
  • Mr. Conductor: Homer, are you okay? Didn't you like my story.
  • Homer: I loved it. I'm just sad that I won't be able to hear any more of your wonderful stories. (sniff)
  • Mr. Conductor: I know. But hopefully the doctor will be wrong and you'll still be alive tomorrow.
  • Homer: Well, in case I don't...I guess this is goodbye.
  • Mr. Conductor: Goodbye Homer. (He disappears)

TriviaEdit

  • In the Thomas stories, the scenes where the engines were at Tidmouth were cut only to focus on the Duke story. This was also done so that it would appear as Mr. Conductor would be telling the story instead of Thomas.

Episode 25: The Way We WasEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Oliver Owns Up
  2. Rusty To The Rescue

QuotesEdit

TriviaEdit

Episode 26: Homer vs. Lisa And The 8th CommandmentEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by George Carlin.

Thomas StoriesEdit

  1. Diesel's Devious Deed
  2. A Close Shave For Duck

QuotesEdit

  • Lisa: Dad, I'm worried for you.
  • Mr. Conductor: I'm worried for you too, Homer. Stealing cable is just as bad as...as...telling lies about someone else.
  • Lisa: What do you mean, Mr. C?
  • Mr. Conductor: Well, remember when I told you about when Diesel came to help Duck? He was very angry with Duck and started telling lies about him. Well...let me tell you about it. (He blows his whistle and the story, Diesel's Devious Deed begins)

TriviaEdit

  • When Mr. Conductor refers to when Diesel helped Duck, he was referring back to Episode 5 (Bart the General) when he told Homer, Marge and Bart the story, "Pop Goes The Diesel." However, Lisa wasn't there with them when he told that story.

Episode 27: Principal CharmingEdit

NotesEdit

  • Thomas Stories told by

Thomas StoriesEdit

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See alsoEdit