My Friends Tigger & Pooh

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 40

    Pooh's Honey of a Problem / Darby's Favorite Place

    Aired 10/9/10

  • S 2 : Ep 39

    Tigger a Yo-Yo / Pooh Loses His Shirt

    Aired 10/6/10

  • S 2 : Ep 37

    Darby Gets Lemons, Makes Lemonade / Dancing With Darby

    Aired

  • S 2 : Ep 36

    Darby-Saurus / Darby's Im-possum-ible Case

    Aired 7/3/10

  • S 2 : Ep 35

    Super Duper Super Sleuths

    Aired 4/10/10

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jim Cummings

    Winnie the Pooh and Tigger

  • Tara Strong

    Porcupine

  • Kath Soucie

    Kanga

  • Dee Bradley Baker

    Buster

  • Peter Cullen

    Eeyore

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  • Welcome to the My Friends Tigger & Pooh guide at TV.com! A Winnie the Pooh series targeted towards preschool audiences, My Friends Tigger & Pooh encourages curiosity, problem-solving, teamwork and imagination. The first-ever CGI Pooh series, it features several new elements, but many things, including Pooh's fondness for honey and Tigger's love of bouncing, remain the same. My Friends Tigger & Pooh features many of your favorite classic Winnie the Pooh characters and two new friends as well --- the girl Darby and her dog, Buster. Together, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Darby and Buster are the Super Sleuths, an investigative team that springs into action when someone sounds the Sleuther Siren. They "Think, Think, Think" about the problem, but sometimes find that the solution is something unexpected. They may help with anything from Piglet's fear of a dark cave to Lumpy the heffalump's worries about a sleepover with Roo. My Friends Tigger & Pooh premiered in Spring 2007. It no longer airs in the United States at this time, but may still be seen in some non-U.S. markets.moreless

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  • Quotes (778)

    • Tigger: Whenever my shadow goes missing, all I have to do is find a light? Pooh: Or a Pooh Bear holding one.

    • Tigger: My shadow does not want to follow me outside anymore. This is absolutely confounderatin'! Pooh: And quite confusing besides.

    • Darby: Super Sleuths, we're going to have a stakeout. Pooh: Oh yes. A stakeout is just what we need to have. What... exactly is a stakeout, Darby? Darby: A stakeout is when you sit and you wait and you watch.

    • Darby: So our first step is to start asking questions. Tigger: Okay, what's eleventy times 4,013? Darby: Not that kind of question, Tigger. We have to ask our friends if they heard or saw anything last night. We'll start with Piglet.

    • Pooh: I certainly miss my honey, but the ants seem to be enjoying it so much. I don't mind sharing... a little.

    • Piglet: I was standing on Pooh's honey pot, uh, cheering, when suddenly it ran off, all by itself. I tried to stop it, but I was just too small to keep up. I'm sorry, Pooh Bear. Pooh: Oh, don't worry, Piglet. I have many pots of honey, but I only have one Piglet. (He gives him a hug.)

    • Roo: Pooh, I thought you said you had honey in that pot. Pooh: Now that I think of it, I did have a little smackerel on the way back. I'm very sorry, Roo.

    • Pooh: I shall be back with a pot of honey before you can say "Pooh is back with a pot of honey."

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    Notes (83)

    • Don MacKinnon is the director for "Rabbit's Ruta-Wakening," Dean Stefan is the writer and Roy Meurin is the storyboard artist, credited as Roy C. Meurin. David Hartman is the director for "Tigger's Shadow of a Doubt," Nicole Dubuc is the writer and Kirk Van Wormer is the storyboard artist. Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor for both stories.

    • David Hartman is the director for "How to Say I Love Roo," Brian Hohlfeld is the writer and Ken Caraway is the storyboard artist. Don MacKinnon is the director for "Piglet's Small Predicament," Nicole Dubuc is the writer and Phil Weinstein is the storyboard artist. Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor for both stories.

    • Don MacKinnon is the director for "Piglet's Piglet's Echo Echo" and Bob Foster is the storyboard artist. David Hartman is the director for "Roo's Kite-Tastrophy" and Jay Oliva is the storyboard artist. Brian Hohlfeld is the writer and story editor for both stories.

    • David Hartman is the the director for "Lumpy Spends the Night," Brian Hohlfeld is the writer and Kirk Van Wormer is the storyboard artist. Don MacKinnon is the director "Good Night to Pooh," Nicole Dubuc is the writer and Roy Meurin is the storyboard artist. Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor for both stories.

    • Don MacKinnon is the director for "Eeyore's Sad Day," Brian Hohlfeld is the writer and Roy Meurin is the storyboard artist. David Hartman is the director for "Tigger's Bedtime for Bouncer," Nicole Dubuc is the writer and Kirk Van Wormer is the storyboard artist. Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor for both stories.

    • David Hartman is the director for "No Rumbly in Pooh's Tumbly" and Kurt Anderson is the storyboard artist. Don MacKinnon is the director for "Pooh Sticks Get Stuck" and Jason Dorf is the storyboard artist. Dean Stefan is the writer for both stories and Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor for both.

    • Don MacKinnon is the director for "Buster's Ruff Day," Nicole Dubuc is the writer and Phil Weinstein is the storyboard artist. David Hartman is the director for "Lumpy's Pet Project," Brian Hohlfeld is the writer and Ken Laramay is the storyboard artist.

    • Don MacKinnon is the director for "You Ain't Just Whistlin' Tigger" and Bob Foster is the storyboard artist. David Hartman is the director for "Piglet's Hole Problem" and Jay Oliva is the storyboard artist. Dean Stefan and Brian Hohlfeld serve as the writer and story editor respectively for both stories.

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    Trivia (19)

    • Darby's name is misspelled several times as "Darcy" on close-captioning for "Tigger's Shadow of a Doubt."

    • Close-captioning incorrectly lists Darby's name as "Avery" a few times throughout "Roo's Kite-Tastrophy."

    • Lumpy sleeps with a stuffed alligator named Alvin and Darby sleeps with a stuffed monkey named Billy Boo.

    • The gang officially meets Beaver in this episode, though he was also seen in "Tigger's Bedtime for Bouncer."

    • For the first time in the series, Tigger does not say "This mystery is history!" at the end of either story.

    • David Hartman is the director for "Chasing Pooh's Rainbow," Nicole Dubuc is the writer. Kirk Van Wormer is the storyboard artist and Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor. Don MacKinnon is the director for "Lumpy Mixes A Mystery," Janna King Kalichman is the writer, Roy Meurin is the storyboard artist and Dean Stefan is the story editor.

    • "Many Thanks for Christopher Robin" is a Thanksgiving-themed episode, though the holiday is instead referred to as "Many Thanks Day." The story of "Turtle's Need for Speed" may be a subtle reference to the Aesop's fable "The Tortoise and the Hare."

    • For those viewing the program on Playhouse Disney in the United States, this episode features the first appearance of Darby's friend Christopher Robin. Viewers in some other markets, however, including the U.K., have already seen him in "Christopher Froggin'."

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    Allusions (15)

    • Pooh: You'll never guess what I found. Tigger: Tut tut tut. Don't tell me. Is it bigger than breadbox? Pooh: Well, I'm not quite sure. How big is a breadbox? Tigger asks a question that was popularized by Steve Allen on the classic panel-show What's My Line? as a means for determining relative size.

    • The title "Bedtime for Bouncer" could be an allusion to the 1951 movie "Bedtime for Bonzo," starring Ronald Reagan.

    • Pooh: You know, I've always found that a spoonful of honey helps the hiccuping go down, or go away, I should say. Tigger: (hiccups) Ew. Eating honey is not what Tiggers do best. In the 1964 Walt Disney classic Mary Poppins, Poppins sings that "Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, in the most delightful way."

    • Darby: Um, uh, you OK, Pooh? Pooh: Um, uh, yes. (chuckles unsurely) It's just that, um, pretending to be a woozle is rather... confoozle-ing. Possibly a nod to the classic tune, "Heffalumps and Woozles" by the Sherman Bros. from Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, in which it was sung that "A heffalump or woozle is very confusil." Viewers first learned that heffalumps weren't exactly what Pooh and his friends thought in Pooh's Heffalump Movie.

    • The title of "Peck Peck Peckin' on Rabbit's Door" is a play on the lyrics of the song Knockin' on Heaven's Door, by Bob Dylan.

    • Pooh : Where, oh where has that little dog gone? This is a play on the nursery rhyme: "Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone? Oh where, oh where can he be? With his ears cut short, and his tail cut long, Oh where, oh where is he?"

    • Darby: Okay, so this morning I left Buster here with Lumpy. And we haven't seen Buster or Lumpy all day. Pooh: So perhaps they were seeing each other? Tigger: And maybe Roo-boy is with 'em too. He is Lumpy's best friend forever and all. I mean, you heard the song. Presumably, Tigger is referring to the song "Shoulder to Shoulder" from the 2005 Pooh's Heffalump Movie. In this song, which celebrated Lumpy and Roo's budding friendship, Carly Simon sang "I've never had a best friend before / So I can't be sure what it feels like / But I think it feels more like this I do / I think I feel more like myself when I'm with you."

    • Tigger: Hold it right there, my springy amigo. With great bouncin' comes great responsibiblity, ya' know? This line of Tigger's is a spin on the phrase "with great power comes responsibility," a saying associated with the Spider-Man series. Uncle Ben gave Peter Parker (Spider-Man) this advice in the 2002 film.

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  • Fan Reviews (18)
  • put it back on

    By megehlers7, Aug 01, 2013

  • Rats! This show is not on Disney Junior the Channel!

    By LDEJRuff, Mar 26, 2012

  • Lacks the charm

    By JuanRobles4, Apr 09, 2012

  • First Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and now this. When will Disney stop butchering classic characters?

    By That_TV_Dude, Feb 28, 2011

  • why, Disney?...

    By CF3689, Feb 10, 2009