Spud's on the job!" and "Oh, yes, yes, yessity yes!
— Spud's Catchphrases
Spud is a naughty scarecrow with an Australian accent on Farmer Pickles' farm and tries to help Bob and the crew.
Spud is a living (presumably mutated) Australian scarecrow that wears a lavender shirt with a red and green scarf, blue jeans, a brown belt, and he has a sharp cone-shaped replaceable parsnip nose.
Spud is a mischievous scarecrow who often causes more problems than he solves, but usually everything works out in the end. It is Spud who needs to learn to be patient, not to eat all of the food, not to take things from other characters, etc. Spud has a habit of trying to do work and, with his limited intelligence, getting it wrong and spoiling materials.
Squawk is his rival.
- Season 1 Bob Saves the Hedgehogs ( debut), Pilchard in a Pickle, Wendy's Busy Day, Travis Paints The Town, Travis and Scoop's Race Day, Bob's Birthday, Naughty Spud, Scary Spud and Bob's Barnraising
- Season 2 Spud The Spanner, Runaway Roley, Lofty to the Rescue, Wendy's Big Match, Tea Set Travis, Wendy's Tennis Court and Bob's White Christmas
- Season 3 Bob's Boots, Mucky Muck, Bob's Day Off, Special Delivery Spud, Scoop Has Some Fun, Spud and Squawk, Muck's Sleep-Over and Trailer Travis
- Season 4 Scoop's Stegosaurus, Sneezing Scoop, Scarecrow Dizzy, Spud Lends A Hand, Bob and the Bandstand, Farmer Pickles' Pigpen and Scruffy The Detective
- Season 5 Inspector Spud, Cock-A-Doodle Spud, Skateboard Spud, Muck's Monster, Spud the Dragon, Bob's Hide, Bob and the Big Freeze and Bob of the North
- Season 6 Bob's Pizza, Bob's Metal Detector, Lofty and the Rabbits, Lofty and the Giant Carrot, Bob's Egg and Spoon Race, Spud's Big Splash and Spud the Musketeer
- Season 7 Spud the Pilot, Trix and the Otters ( cameo), Mr. Ellis' Art Exhibition, Bob and the Badgers, Bob and the Goalie, Pilchard's Pets, Snowman Scoop and Hamish's New Home ( cameo)
- Season 8 Bob the Photographer, Mr. Bentley's Trains, Racing Muck, Lofty's Jungle Fun, Ballroom Bob, Molly's Fashion Show, Spud and the Doves, Travis Gets Lucky and Scruffty On Guard
- Season 9 Bob the Farmer, Spud's Statue, Trix's Pumpkin Pie, Travis' Busy Day, Muck's Surprise, Trix and the Bug and Mr. Bentley's Winter Fair
- Season 10 Bob's Fresh Start, Scoop's Recruit, Wendy's Welcome, Benny's Back!, Spud's Straw Surprise and Muck's Mud Hut
- Season 11 Scrambler in the Doghouse, Put-It-Together Spud, Dizzy the Detective, Spud's Bumper Harvest and Bob's Three Jobs
- Season 12 Sumsy's Willow Tree, Travis and the Tropical Fruit, Sir Muck, Scoop the Teacher, Spud's Cork Tree, Sumsy and the Beast and Mr. Bentley's Assistant
- Season 13 Spud Rushes It, Roley's Apple Press, Travis' Giddy Day, Dizzy the Walking Bus
- Season 14 Spud the Woodsman, Bob's Beach Hut.
- Season 15 Star Struck Spud, Spud and the Hotel, Zoomer's Snowy Adventure.
- Season 16 Spud the DJ
In the UK dub of the earlier seasons in the Original Series from seasons 1- 5, Spud's voice was more nasally and had a bit of a lisp. But in the later seasons of the Original Series from seasons 6- 9, Spud's voice sounds very similar to Zippy from Rainbow. This also continues in Project: Build It and Ready, Steady, Build!
Spud is the only character who's been in jail. This was featured in the special, Built To Be Wild ( 2006).
In " Bob's Boots" ( ), it was revealed that Spud does not like cheese and chutney in the United Kingdom dub. This was changed to peanut butter and jelly in the United States dub.
Season 3 Until " Scoop Has Some Fun" ( ), Season 3 Lofty was afraid of him.
Spud appeared only a few times in the first season of Ready, Steady, Build!, but appears in every episode from the two mini series.
As for now, Spud is one of the few long time characters who never received a redesigned counterpart for the 2015 reboot along with Bird, Travis and Scruffty.
In the Original Series between Seasons 1- 9, he spoke with an American accent in the US dub.
It is currently unknown why Alan Marriott didn't continue voicing Spud in 2005 to 2009 in the US dub as he still remained in the series as Scoop and Travis.
In the Finnish version, Spud is called "Putte".
Spud's name is another word for "Potato".