The gang officially meets Beaver in this episode, though he was also seen in "Tigger's Bedtime for Bouncer."
Darby: Oh no, the stream has stopped.
Piglet: Not again.
Darby: Umm. How could the stream be wet on one side and dry on the other side?
Tigger: Yeah, where'd all the water disappearatate to on the un-watery side?
Pooh: Pooh Sticks. Something about that name tickles me.
Tigger: Wait a minute. Empty pie tins. Hoo hoo! That means you must have ate all of Kanga's pies.
Darby: Those pies were supposed to last you all winter. And you ate them all in one morning?
Pooh: Oh, morning has always been my favorite time to eat. Aside from afternoon and evening, of course.
Pooh: Here no rumbly. There no rumbly.
Tigger: Nowhere a rumbly rumbly.
Tigger: Well, I'm thinking that maybe that rumbly is still inside of Pooh Boy's tumbly. It's just being real quiet-like.
Darby: Could be, but how do we hear something that's too quiet to hear?
Tigger: I know! By using my trusty megaphoney. It amplificates sounds! Plus it makes stuff louder.
Pooh: Oh, hello pillow. Hello, bed. Hello, rumbly in my... tumbly? Rumbly? Hello? Oh bother.
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.