Sure. Here's an idea that could be the second episode if you don't have anything planned:
Talkie-Talkie To Me: Tulip introduces a new invention to the machines called Talkie-Talkies, that they can use to communicate to each other when they are apart, and it comes in handy when Dizzy takes the wrong road to a job site and gets lost.
Dashi's parents could be deceased, so she was raised by her maternal uncle.
Like Gabi in LWD, Dashi could've been close to her mom, and wears a gold heart locket with her picture in it.
The Pit Stop Boys could live in a large house either next door or across the street from Butch and Mark.
Ed and Diego could be the only ones who share a room, as they're best friends.
And ideas for the first two episodes:
Dashi, Start Your Engine!: 18-year-old Dachshund Dashi Daniels wants to race professionally, so she picks up sponsorship from the Piperville Railroad and races at a race with five others who are in a band called The Pit Stop Boys.
The Racer's Home: Dashi decides to move out of her uncle's house, and moves in with The Pit Stop Boys.
Oh yeah. I used a game on Nick Jr. where you can make an image with Nick Jr. characters in it, and when I was browsing wallpapers, I thought that one was a good one, since I was thinking it could be what their school could look like.
Second, they restore some old Victorian-era rocking horses and attach then to the merry-go-round and
Third, with help from Fico's dad, they hook Doki's old bike to a gear system that makes the merry-go-round turn everytime the operator (Doki in this case, since it was his old bike they use) pedals the bike
Culture Fest: It's the annual culture festival at the school, and when Blaze, Molly, Deema, and Nonny openly express how good it is to be American, Shimmer, Shine, and Tracker, who are not from the United States, take offense of this.
And one for GOTR:
Mrs. Aljunni could refuse to speak to her husband until Shimmer and Shine are found, putting their relationship, maybe even their marriage, at stake.
Nice. Here's one for the episode where Lana and Lola spend the day with Frank and Joey's Aunt Gertrude:
At first, the twins could not wanna go due to them thinking Aunt Gertrude would be "boring", but could change their minds when they find out she used to be an archaeologist and an avid explorer, collecting all sorts of strange artifacts from around the world.
Lofty Loses A Friend: Tulip accidentally throws Lofty's Fluttershy plush into a box of stuff for Muck to take to the dump, which leaves Lofty devastated, so the other machines try to cheer him up by going out to look for it.
Skip's Special Job: It's time for the carnival, and the machines are busy with helping to set up, except for Skip, who is assigned with picking up dumpsters all over town and taking them to the dump, which he doesn't think is important.
Making Tulip Happy: Scoop is upset that he is assigned jobs that he doesn't like, and Dizzy suggests that me thinks about something or someone else besides him, and he finds what good it can do when he decides to cheer up Tulip, who is upset that her twin sister can't visit her.
Tulip Blasts Off: Tulip and the machines help build a launchpad for a space shuttle launching to go on the following day, but when an important piece of hardware that is essential to the launch accidentally falls into Skip's dumpster, Tulip and the machines race against time to get it to the launchpad before the shuttle goes to the moon.
And in case you were wondering, "Story Cubes" is pretty much what it sounds like. It consists of nine cubes, each one with a picture on each side. There are many ways to play the game, but how I like to play them goes like this:
You roll all the cubes and make up a story that links the pictures that face up together, staring with saying "Once upon a time,...".
They could come up with the lightning, the turtle, the sheep, the bee, the fountain, the fish, the tower, the apple, and the house, and the story they come up with could go something like this:
Once upon a time, on a dark stormy night, a turtle, a sheep, and a bee were lost and couldn't find their way home, but then the bee found a golden fountain, where they meet a wise fish who tells them that in a tower sits a barrel of magical apples, so they went to the tower, found the apples, and ate them. After they eat the apples, the magic of the apples shows them the way home.
Okay. Maybe she can be introduced in the next episode of TRG, which I was thinking could be:
Saving Sally Bollywood: When Doki and Bright Eyes find out about a girl named Sally Bollywood who is a victim of child abuse, they decide to save her from her parents and have her taken into their family's custody.
Bright Eyes and Doki could be walking home with Greg, and they see Sally being dragged by her father by the hair. Greg explains that she's a victim of child abuse, and Bright Eyes and Doki wish they could do something about it. After that, it's pretty much like the SNH RP we did.
However, I'm definitely gonna keep the parts with the party at the Narrow Gauge Engines' place and the part with Doki, Sally, and Bright Eyes returning to the Spott residence and being caught by Carmen and Greg. Plus, I'm also gonna thro in a part where Peter Sam paints a portrait of Sally.