My Friends Tigger & Pooh

Season 2 Episode 12

It's Eeyore Birthday / The Tiglet and Pigger Switcher

Aired Weekdays 8:00 AM Feb 14, 2009 on Disney Channel
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It's Eeyore Birthday / The Tiglet and Pigger Switcher
It's Eeyore Birthday: When Eeyore calls the Super Sleuths for a case, they learn that he doesn't know when his birthday is. He's never had a birthday party in his life, but would like to have one. They try to put together the best party ever for him, but start to become frustrated when things keep going wrong. The Tiglet and Pigger Switcher: When Roo performs a magic trick intended to make Tigger and Piglet switch barrels, the two end up swapping personalities instead. Piglet begins bouncing all over the place, while Tigger displays a pronounced lack of courage and an unusual interest in laundry. The Super Sleuths, now including Piglet (or Pigger) decide to try to reverse the trick, but first have to track down the barrels that were used for it.moreless

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      • Tigger: So you're saying that I gathered haycornies and yapped about laundry? (giggles)
        Darby: And you were really brave, Piglet.

      • Rabbit: Piglet?
        Piglet: The name's Pigger, Ra Ra!

      • Piglet: Bouncy-bouncy-bouncy-o, where I'll stop, you'll never know. 'Cause bouncin' is what Piggers do the best. Hoo! Hoo! Hoo!

      • Darby: Tigger and Piglet need to be switched back, Roo!
        Roo: Well, er, the thing is, I'm not sure how to switch them back. I don't even know how I did what I did.

      • Darby: It feels weird calling Piglet "Piglet" when he's really Tigger.
        Pooh: Perhaps we should call him Pigger. And since Tigger is now Piglet...
        Darby: We'll call him Tiglet.

      • Piglet: Now let's quit loafin' and get to oafin'! Any time!
        Pooh: Any place!
        Darby: The Super Sleuths
        Piglet, Pooh and Darby are on the case!

      • Darby: Roo's trick! They didn't switch barrels! They switched personalities!

      • Tigger: Oh d-d-dear. I feel a bit lightheaded.
        Piglet: Hmm, yeah. I'm feeling kind of un-Tigger-ish-ish myself, per se.
        Pooh: Did Tigger just say "Oh, d-d-dear"?
        Darby: Did Piglet just say "per se"?

      • Roo: I am going to magically make Tigger and Piglet switch barrels! Tigger, who's in this barrel, will appear in this barrel and Piglet will appear in this barrel. And now to say the magic words. Abracadabra! Zoom! Zoom! Zoom!

      • Eeyore: Didn't really matter what you did. Just nice knowing you care.

      • Eeyore: Did all of my favorite things. Ate dandelions, took a nap, even got to fly.

      • Darby: You must pretty upset, huh, Eeyore? WE did a horrible job on your party.
        Tigger: You're probably not ever gonna want a birthday after this one.
        Pooh: It wasn't very special at all.
        Eeyore: Best day ever.

      • Darby: Eeyore, you're it.
        Eeyore: Hooray.
        Tigger: Uh, donkey-boy? You're not supposed to want to be it, per se.
        Eeyore: Never been it before. Seems kind of important.
        Tigger: Well,t hen, being it means you got to tag somebody. You know, so they can be it.
        Eeyore: Think I'd like to just be it for a little while longer.

      • Pooh: (giving Eeyore a bunch of balloons) Thank you for holding these, Eeyore. They're ever so floaty.
        Eeyore: Birthdays make ya' feel like you're walkin' on air. (Buster yaps.)
        Darby: What is it boy? (gasps as she sees that Eeyore is floating away) Oh my gosh! Eeyore!
        Tigger: I knew there was something I didn't trust about balloons.

      • Tigger: So what's the problem?
        Eeyore: Don't know when my birthday is.
        Tigger: Well, that's easy. It was the last time you had a birthday party.
        Eeyore: Never had a birthday party.

      • Tigger: Time to fly to donkey-boy's house!
        Pooh: Won't our arms get tired?

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