Rabbit comments that he asked Santa for a subscription to Rutabaga Monthly, "for the articles of course." This is a rather adult reference -- many readers of Playboy magazine, known for its adult pictures, claim to read it only for the articles.
Surprisingly, when Kanga sends Roo and Lumpy out to play in the snow, she does not require Roo to don any winter weather gear, but simply lets him go out and play.
Tigger: Christmas overboard. Look at me. I'm just like Santa Claus. Hoo hoo hoo!
Santa: Eeyore with your nose so gray, how'd you like to pull my sleigh?
Tigger: Well, what are we waiting around here for? Let's deliver us some Christmas! Hoo hoo hoo hoo!
Santa: We're gonna need that sleigh after all. The Super Sleuths have done it again.
Pooh: You've heard of the Super Sleuths?
Santa: Well, of course. Who hasn't?
Tigger: See? Told you.
Holly: It's the Valley of the Snowmen! This is the entrance to the North Pole!
Darby: You guys can go back if you want. All I know is every Christmas, Santa comes through for me and you and everybody we know. And now that he needs my help, I'm not gonna let Santa down. I'm gonna go find the North Pole. You'll come with me, right? What about you, Buster? Want to keep trying?
Darby: See everybody tomorrow. Merry Christmas.
Pooh: I guess some things are too super even for the Super Sleuths.
Darby: Wait a minute. I don't believe this. Sleuths don't give up.
Lumpy: But I'm not a Sleuth.
Eeyore: You never have been.
Darby: We're all Sleuths tonight. We gotta be. Come on. Let's say the Super Sleuth oath together. You too. Ready?
Roo: Being able to fly comes in handy sometimes, doesn't it?
Holly: Yes, it does, but...
Roo: You better hurry, though. We have to get to the North Pole before Santa cancels Christmas.
Holly: (gasps) Okay. I'm gonna fly now. Here I go. I'm doing it. I'm going. I'm going. I'm going.
Roo: Holly, is something wrong?
Holly: Well, actually I... I can't fly.
Rabbit: Oh no. A fork in the road.
Tigger: Nah, I don't need it. I brought a sandwich.
Pooh: (singing) Expedition away
Darby: To the man with the sleigh
Eeyore: I got nothin' else to do.
Lumpy: We found Santa's sack.
Holly: Thank you, Roo. Thanks, Lumpy. Without this, Santa wouldn't be able to deliver his presents. He was so worried he was gonna have to cancel Christmas.
Holly: Ooh, carrots. Yum.
Rabbit: Oh, sorry, Holly, but actually, I was saving these for Santa's reindeer, you see.
Holly: But I am one of Santa's reindeer.
Tigger: Never fear, reinedy-deer, the Super Sleuths, that's us, are here.
Tigger: The Sleuther Sireeny! We got ourselves a Christmas-tery.
Eeyore: Always wanted to fly. That's my only wish.
Tigger: See Santy? (chuckles) But nobody gets to see Santy on Christmas Eve. It's a law. I mean, that's why he's Santy, right?
Rabbit: Well, of course. As a matter of fact, that's why I asked Santa for a subscription to Rutabaga Monthly. For the articles, of course.
Roo: Come on, Lumpy. We can build a ginormous snowman.
Lumpy: Last one there is a woozle.
Roo: You're a woozle.
Lumpy: No, you are.
Roo: No, you are!
Lumpy: No, you are...
Roo: (singing) I'm wishing for a race car
Lumpy: A new kite would be neat.
Piglet: (singing) I'm cleaning every corner / I've dusted every chair
Rabbit: I've got artichokes for Santa / And, oh, yes, carrots for his deer.
Darby: Come on. Betcha can't guess what we're getting ready for.
This special was released on DVD on November 20, 2007 in the United States. Available audio tracks include English, Spanish and French. Approximate run-time is 92 minutes (including all bonus content.) The DVD includes a bonus episode of My Friends Tigger & Pooh, a snow-man dance-along and the 100 Acre Wood Downhill Challenge game. Standard retail price was $26.99, most retailers offered it at a deep discount.
In the U.K., this special was released on DVD on November 12, 2007 and premiered on television on December 1, 2007. It has since aired on television in the United States, however, it was presented in "pan-and-scan" full-screen format, whereas the DVD presents the film in widescreen.