My Friends Tigger & Pooh

Season 2 Episode 3

Pooh's Cookie Tree / Lumpy Joins In

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 AM Sep 28, 2008 on Disney Channel
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Pooh's Cookie Tree / Lumpy Joins In
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Pooh's Cookie Tree: When a cookie falls on Pooh's head from a tree, he figures that it must be a cookie tree. Finding this a delightful idea, he calls upon the Super Sleuths to see if there's a way he can have one in his yard. Meanwhile, Lumpy and Roo find themselves facing a mystery when the cookies they were delivering to Heffalump Hollow go missing. Lumpy Joins In: Lumpy has always wanted to sing a choir, but the Heffalump choir is only for adults. He's delighted when Rabbit starts a choir and promises to include everyone. Lumpy's unique brand of singing, however, is more like trumpeting and doesn't seem to fit in with Rabbit's tune. Darby, Tigger and Pooh come together as the Super Sleuths, determined to help Lumpy find a way to join in.moreless

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      • Darby: So instead of asking why Lumpy can't sound like us, maybe we should ask what kind of music Lumpy could sing.

      • Lumpy: Super Sleuths! I'm glad you're here. Do you know how to help me sing better?
        Tigger: Easy as peasy. You start at the very beginning. It's a very good place to start, you know.
        Lumpy: Got it. Um, where is the beginning?

      • Darby: Maybe Lumpy just needs a little more practice, Rabbit.
        Pooh: Oh yes. I find that practice makes Pooh-fect. For me, anyhow.

      • Pooh: Oh, hello Darby. I'm afraid you missed the music.
        Tigger: I tried to take notes for you, but they're kinda hard to catch.

      • Pooh: So, um, there's no such thing as a cookie tree after all. I wonder, though, what would happen if I planted one of my honey pots? Hmm.
        Darby: Silly old bear.
        Tigger: Honey pots. You, come here, you.

      • Darby: I think these two cases are really one case. We have lost cookies and found cookies. So, maybe... those cookies in the tree are Roo and Lumpys' missing cookies.
        Pooh: You mean it's not really a cookie tree?

      • Rabbit: Uh, which kind of tree did you plant? Peach?
        Darby: No.
        Rabbit: Maple?
        Pooh: Maple not.

      • Darby: See the big seed inside this peach? If you plant it, it grows into a peach tree. So, maybe, if we plant some of these chocolate chips, we can grow a...
        Pooh: ...cookie tree.

      • Pooh: (cheerfully sings a wordless song under a tree until a cookie falls on his paw) Oh, my. Could you be a cookie tree? (sees that there are many cookies in the branches) Oh my, yes you are indeed, and how I wish you were in my backyard. Then I could pick a cookie whenever I wanted. Oh, but how does a big tree like yourself... move? Hmm. With the help of the Super Sleuths, of course.

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      • Tigger: Easy as peasy. You start at the very beginning. It's a very good place to start, you know.

        This is a reference to the song "Do Re Mi," from The Sound of Music, a classic Disney film. Like the Super Sleuths, the character Maria in the musical is teaching the children how to sing. The lyrics go: "Let's start at the very beginning
        A very good place to start
        When you read you begin with A-B-C
        When you sing you begin with do-re-mi"

      • Darby: Tigger, maybe we should split up into teams instead.
        Tigger: Oh. Now, that is what is known as an idea! Ooh, ooh! And we can name our team "The A Team." And the other team...?
        Pooh: A Team Two.

        A reference to The A-Team. This popular 1980s series featured a fugitive commando team known by this name.

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