Song (Start at 1:45): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSBsTZnE6jM
N.E.L Workers: *Marching towards trucks while carrying MP40's*
Mr. Bruce: *Pointing his megaphone at his workers* My my. I've never seen such a beautiful sight before in all my life. Make me proud gentlemen! Show no mercy!
Jack: Excuse me.
Mr. Bruce: WHAT?!?!?!?!!?
Jack: You said you had jobs for me, and the other engines. What are they?
Mr. Bruce: Figure it out yourselves! I don't care!
Narrator: After the previous episode, our show now returns to the present.
Audience: *Quietly laughing*
Narrator: What's this? Another Hy-Rail? It's on the Northern Errol Line heading to Mossberg.
Moses: *Driving the Hy-Rail*
Nathan: How long have you been working for Mr. Bruce?
Moses: A few months. You?
Nathan: A few days.
Nathan: Figures what?
Moses: Figures why I've never seen you before.
Narrator: It's a Christmas episode that's produced weeks before Christmas, because why not?!
Sean: *At Mossberg Harbor with Austin* I mean it's still November. Why are we doing a Christmas episode this early?
Austin: Don't ask me. *Leaves with five hopper cars containing gravel*
Sean: *Waiting for his conductor*
Conductor: *Steps in front of Sean* You have a special train. Since today is Christmas Eve, you are pulling four passenger cars, with seven freight cars containing...
Sean: *In the Eastern Pacific roundhouse*
S.B: Sean, everyone thinks you're a wonderful guy. What do you think about that?
Sean: Well I'm not even a guy, I'm a train. It's great that they think I'm wonderful though.
S.B: What is your favorite thing about The Island Of Errol?
Sean: Working with my friends, Austin, Jesse, Mily, and my cousin Jerry, and my girlfriend Jazlin. I have the best girlfriend a diesel could ask for. She's a Blue Comet 4-6-2.
Narrator: Today is a special day on the Island of Errol. The controllers of the six railroads are explaining why.
Mr. Baldwin: Today is a very special day for us.
Mr. Swanson: As well as everyone else on this island.
Ms. Scarlett: Especially if they're a talking train like you ladies.
Audience: *Quietly laughing*
Mr. Wright: Our show Trainz, has reached 100 episodes.
Kenny: And to celebrate, one engine, from each railway, will celebrate, at Mossberg Harbor.
Narrator: Danielle was in a roundhouse at Hunterdon. She wanted to leave before it was too late to get her train, but there was a small vehicle, and three work ladies behind her tender.
Danielle: What is going on back there?
Worker 1: We're checking the track to make sure it's safe for you.
Worker 3: We don't want you getting derailed.
Danielle: Well hurry up. I have a train to pull.
Narrator: Danielle didn't like being late, and she definitely did not like being held up, because of maintenance crews. Fifty minutes passed...
A few minutes ago on a fictional island ten miles from California.
Song (Start at 0:06): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQP30DWsNrI
It is a time of references, and Easter Eggs. Movies, and T.V shows seem to be getting a lot of those lately, but Trainz is already familiar with making references. It happens at least one time in nearly every episode.
We will do the same thing for this episode, but it will have more references than any other episode produced before, and after it.
Jesse: *At Mossberg Harbor*
S.B: Jesse, everyone thinks you're very helpful. What do you have to say about that?
Jesse: I'm just glad to be of service.
S.B: What is your favorite part of the Island of Errol?
Jesse: You're looking at it behind me. I like pulling these freight trains. Right now, I'm waiting for Jerry to arrive. We're pulling it together.
S.B: Did you ever want to pull passengers?
Jesse: That thought did cross my mind, but for now, I want to stick with freight trains. Let Sean, Ian, and the others handle it, let them do what they do best....
Sean: *On his side, rolling down a hill* Okay, I see what this is. You're just going to make this short show me roll down this hill non stop until the very end, aren't you? Is this because of something I said in episode 96? *Awaiting a response* Well?!!? IS IT?! *Sighs* You can do better than this, and you know it. Why am I even trying to talk to the creator of this short?! Obviously, he's not going to listen to me. I might as well try talking to the person watching this. Yeah, you, the person looking at this computer screen. I'm...