Quotes (9)

  • Darby: You don't have to sleuth today, Tigger. We blew the siren to help you. Tigger: With the hiccups or without, sleuthin's what I'm all about!

  • Pooh: Are your hiccups gone, Tigger? Tigger: Um, I think so. (He hiccups again, crashing into Rabbit's table.) Rabbit: (sobs) My beautiful table.

  • Rabbit: Tigger, where are your manners? Tigger: Didn't know I was supposed to bring those too. But I did bring some mashybagas. Hee hee. I mashed them with my very own tail.

  • Roo: Do you think it'll be jewels? Lumpy: Or gold? Tigger: Or the world's biggest collection of suspenders? (sound of birds chirping) What? I got a lot of pants.

  • Tigger: Okey doke. Now we just gotta find a big rock. So, m'kay. Anybody see a rock? Hello, rock! Lumpy: (giggles) Silly Super Sleuth. You're standing on it.

  • Pooh: I'm afraid I don't know much about being a pooh-rate, Lumpy, but I know how you can be a wonderful Super Sleuth. Lumpy: Of course. Pooh, Lumpy, Tigger, Darby and Roo: Think, think, think.

  • Tigger: Argh and cotton swabby and yo ho, yoo hoo and stuff like that.

  • Lumpy: Um, how exactly do we follow a map? Roo: I'm not sure. There's an awful lot of squiggly lines and mysterious shapes.

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Notes (1)

  • David Hartman is the director for "Pooh-Rates of the Hundred Acre Wood," Nicole Dubuc is the writer and Jay Oliva is the storyboard artist. Don MacKinnon is the director for "Tigger's Hiccup Pick-Up," Eileen Cabiling and Erika Grediaga are the writers and Bob Foster is the storyboard artist. Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor for both stories.

Trivia (1)

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

Allusions (1)

  • 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."