My Friends Tigger & Pooh

Season 2 Episode 21

Rabbit's Song for a Pumpkin / Pooh's Blues

Aired Weekdays 8:00 AM Sep 08, 2009 on Disney Channel



  • Trivia

    • "Nothin' Can Bounce Like a Tigger," a song used in one of the Playhouse Disney stage shows and also featured on the "Playhouse Disney Music Play Date" album is used for the first time in the TV series in "Rabbit's Song for a Pumpkin."

  • Quotes

    • Darby: (voiceover, during the closing credits) It doesn't matter to your friends what you look like. You know we'll still love you no matter what color you are, or what kind of clothes you have.
      Tigger: You will always be our bestest buddy no matter what you're wearing.
      Darby: Or what your tail looks like. We like you just the same. No matter how many stripes you have, your friends like you because you're you. Good sleuthing, everybody.

    • Darby: How was your bath, Pooh?
      Pooh: Wonderful. Although, the water was rather blue to see me go.

    • Darby: Ah, Pooh. You know we'll still love you no matter what color you are.

    • Pooh: Do you think, perhaps, if I eat something my regular Pooh-ish color, I shall turn back to it?
      Tigger: Now that is the kind of genius ya' only get from a blue bear.

    • Tigger: Bear, berries. Bear, berries. Pooh Boy is turning into a pooh-berry! (sobs)

    • Darby: Uh, Pooh, why is your bottom blue?

    • Pooh: I can't spill any honey when it's in my tummy.

    • Pooh: Oh bother. The only kind of honey I don't like is spilled honey.

    • Rabbit: (as everyone signs their songs together, discordantly) Darby, what do I do?
      Darby: Don't worry, Rabbit. The Sleuths are on the case.

    • Rabbit: All of these songs are so wonderful, I don't know how I'm going to decide which is best.

    • Darby: We need a special song, one that tells all the things about Rabbit's pumpkin that make it so great.

    • Tigger: Stay put, cotton-bottom. Help ia a sireeny away.

    • Beaver: You got till sundown to come up with a song about your pumpkin.

    • Rabbit: This pumpkin is perfection itself.

  • Notes

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