My Friends Tigger & Pooh - Season 2

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  • Pooh's Honey of a Problem: Pooh mistakes a jar of Rabbit's Sour Squash soup for honey! Darby's Favorite Place: Tigger and Pooh realize that Darby doesn't have a special place of her own, so they set about making her a playhouse.
  • 10/6/10
    0.0
    Tigger a Yo-Yo: The Sleuths need to get Tigger's lost yo-yo back in time for him to beat the yo-yo record! Pooh Loses His Shirt: When Pooh's shirt goes missing, the Sleuths discover that Skunk has found it, but Pooh finds difficulty in asking for it back.
  • Darby Gets Lemons, Makes Lemonade: Roo and Lumpy are playing "pooh-rates" and collecting doubloons for lemonade, until their lemonade gets knocked over. The Super Sleuths investigate, only to make a startling discovery. The discovery leads them to decide to help Roo and Lumpy make more lemonade, but first Darby has to overcome a crisis of confidence. Dancing With Darby: When Turtle announces a dance party, Porcupine is panicked. Turtle wants her as his dancing partner, but she doesn't know how to dance. She calls on the Super Sleuths, hoping that they can teach her how to dance.moreless
  • Darby-Saurus: When Lumpy tells the Super Sleuths that he has lost his dinosaur, they become the Caveman Sleuths. Dressed up, they try acting prehistoric in the hopes of drawing out the dinosaur. When they have no success, they realize that they may be missing something important. They decide to ask Lumpy some more questions. Darby's Im-possum-ible Case: Piglet calls the Sleuths, disturbed by a strange new creature in the Hundred Acre Wood. The Sleuths discover it to be Possum, who seems to be very shy and apologizes for having apparently disturbed Piglet. But when Possum swings in again and snatches Piglet's scarf, everyone begins to think that there's something very odd going on.moreless
  • 4/10/10
    10
    When a glowing rock lands in the Hundred Acre Wood, it turns Rabbit's vegetables gigantic and eating the massive vegetables bring superpowers to the Super Sleuths. Pooh is given super-sight, Tigger gets super-strength, Buster becomes a super-digger and Darby gains the ability to fly! Rechristened as the Super Duper Super Sleuths, the group finds it easier to solve cases than ever. Meanwhile, Rabbit becomes something of a minor celebrity with his giant vegetables. When Roo and Lumpy become trapped on an island, it looks like the ultimate test of the Super Duper Super Sleuth's new powers. Old fashioned thinking, however, may end up winning the day.moreless
  • Porcupine's Missing Flute: Porcupine is getting ready for an upcoming concert, but finds herself needing to make a quick trip to Heffalump Hollow, so she leaves her flute on the log where she was resting. When she gets back, she finds that the flute is gone, so she calls the Super Sleuths for help. The Super Sleuths set to uncovering the clues and are dismayed to find that the evidence seems to point to Turtle's having taken the flute. Sure that there's some explanation, they decide to seek him out, but he proves difficult to track down. Darby's Picture Perfect Day: Darby's school has recently had a picture day and she decides that it would be fun for the Hundred Acre Wood to have one as well. Rabbit is the only one in the Wood who has and knows how to operate a camera, so he takes the picture, but is dismayed when he realizes that it doesn't include him. He calls for the help of the Super Sleuths, who quite agree that it's only fair that all of their friends should be featured in the photo. They think, think, think about how it would be possible to get a picture of all them together when somebody has to stand at the camera to take the picture.moreless
  • Pooh and Piglet Misplace Their Place: One evening, Pooh and Piglet discover a place that they find to be an excellent spot for watching the sunset together. It's very distinctive, featuring a comfortable log, an oddly shaped rock and the sweet smell of a honeysuckle bush. The next day, however, they can't find their spot, so they call the Super Sleuths to help locate it. They search far and wide throughout the Wood and discover along the way what's really special about the spot. Eeyore's Dark Cloud: Eeyore has always been a gloomy fellow and lately his gloominess has been such that a dark cloud has taken to following him around. Then, the cloud goes away and Eeyore calls the Super Sleuths to get it back. The Sleuths realize that the dark cloud has gone away because Eeyore cheered up by rolling in some clover, but Eeyore has become rather attached to his dark cloud and wants it back, even though it normally hovers only over those who are sad. The Super Sleuths thus begin a quest to find the dark cloud, but discover that it's hard to catch do to the ever-shifting moods of their friends.moreless
  • Lumpy's Downhill Battle: Roo can't seem to teach Lumpy to ski, so he calls the Super Sleuths for help. The Sleuths come up with a number of ideas that seem to be helpful at first, but Lumpy still fails when it comes to skiing. Lumpy is ready to give up, but then his Mama Heffalump appears and urges him to wear his scarf. Lumpy gets the idea that it's a magic scarf that will help him to be a great skiier. Darby's Squirmy Worms: When Rabbit discovers that his garden is full of worms, he treats them as a hostile invasion force. He calls the Super Sleuths to remove them. The Sleuths agree, even though they aren't sure just what harm the worms are to Rabbit's garden. When they succeed in removing them, Rabbit's garden only seems to get worse and they realize they'll have to think, think, think harder to solve the problem.moreless
  • Piglet's Wish Upon a Star: Late at night, Pooh, Tigger, Darby, Buster and Piglet are all out watching stars. Piglet sees a shooting star and gets to make a wish. Tigger wants to know the wish, but is warned that it won't come true if Piglet tells. The next morning, Tigger calls together the Super Sleuths, worried that Piglet's wish won't come true. He wants them to true to figure out Piglet's wish so that they can help make it come true. Squirrels Will Be Squirrels: Darby, Tigger and Pooh are making presents out of recycled things. Pooh and Tigger create a chew toy out of an old shoe for Buster, but the squirrels swipe it. Buster chases after them and ends up creating a giant mess in the Hundred Acre Wood in the process. The Super Sleuths try to discern the reason for Buster's seemingly awful behavior, not having seen what the squirrels did.moreless
  • Porcupine Comes to Her Senses: When Porcupine loses her glasses, she calls on the Super Sleuths to help find them. Without her glasses, Porcupine is near-blind, but she joins the Super Sleuths as they journey to find her glasses. As they retrace her steps to locate the lost glasses, they learn along the way how powerful senses other than vision can be. Rabbit and Turtle's Re-Run: Rabbit and Turtle call the Super Sleuths, hoping that they can help them resolve a heated argument. Both are sure that it was their grandfather who won a race from the days of yore against the other's grandfather and both have a photo that they claim prove this. The Super Sleuths decide that the best way to resolve the problem is to hold a new race to see which is faster: a rabbit or a turtle? Along the way, both Rabbit and Turtle demonstrate good sportsmanship and renewed friendship.moreless
  • Bursting Pooh's Bubble: One day while out blowing bubbles, Roo and Lumpy get the idea to create a really big bubble. Pooh tries to catch their bubble, but instead of catching it ends up becoming trapped inside it. When Pooh and the bubble bounce into a tree, Lumpy and Roo call for the help of the remaining Super Sleuths. They face a duel problem-- first getting Pooh down from the tree and then getting him out of a bubble that seemingly will not break. Beaver Gets Skunked: When Beaver spots Skunk near his dam, he calls on the Super Sleuths to shoo him away. This is one request the Sleuths refuse, as they are sure that Beaver would like Skunk if he only got know him. Beaver isn't at all sure, citing a time that he was once sprayed by a skunk. The Sleuths decide that maybe Beaver and Skunk could be friends if they get to know each other, so they invite Skunk to Rabbit's cornival, which Beaver also happens to be attending.moreless
  • Roo's Pebble in the Pond: Roo creates a new holiday called "Help All Your Friends in the Wood Day," but begins to worry that he's too little to help any of his friends. After a failed attempt at helping Piglet, the Super Sleuths are called in to rescue Roo from a tree. Roo explains his holiday and they decide to help him out. Roo is at first delighted at helping out, but soon begins to despair when it seems that none of his attempts to help go right. The Sleuths search for a way to help Roo see his value. Darby's Super Sleuth Surprise: Wanting to show them their appreciation, the residents of the Wood plan a surprise party for the Super Sleuths. As they work hard on the party, they also work to conceal their efforts from the Sleuths. Since nobody seems to want their help, the Sleuths begin to worry that maybe they're no longer needed.moreless
  • 11/3/09
    10
    Tigger Cleans House: Darby, Pooh and Tigger are supposed to be playing a game of tennis, but Tigger has forgotten to bring the tennis rackets. He returns to his house to get them, but his house is such a mess that he cannot find them. The Super Sleuths are called into action to clean up, with Tigger as a reluctant Sleuth who at first would rather leave his home messy. Darby helps him to see that cleaning can be a fun game and Rabbit also joins in the fun. Sleuth Buster: When Rabbit loses his garden gloves, he calls on the Super Sleuths, but they are searching a dark cave for Pooh's honey and only Buster hears the call. When the others exit the cave, Buster tries to alert them to the problem, but they can't figure out what he's yapping about. Meanwhile, with the call not answered, Rabbit rounds up Piglet and Eeyore and they begin searching for the Super Sleuths, believing them to have been captured by woozles. A series of comic misadventures ensues as both groups search for the other.moreless
  • Tigger's Invitation Frustration: Lumpy is having a birthday party. All of his friends have received invitations, except for Tigger. Tigger is worried that Lumpy decided not to invite him, but Darby and Pooh are certain that there's been some kind of mistake. They decide to call together the Super Sleuths to find out what's happening with Tigger's invitation. Darby's Halloween Case: When Turtle holds a Halloween party in his cave, things start getting a little too scary. Everyone hears strange noises and things start moving seemingly on their own. They become convinced that Turtle's cave is haunted by ghosts, so Piglet calls the Super Sleuths to get to the bottom of things.moreless
  • Darby's Prickly Predicament: Against his mother's advice, Roo takes his favorite toy, a stuffed giraffe named Georgie, out to play and ends up losing it in a brier patch. He calls for the Super Sleuths to help him get it out. They try, but despite their best efforts are unable to retrieve it. They realize that they have to look at the problem in a different way. Piglet's Monster Under the Bed: One night, not long before Piglet's bedtime, Rabbit tells him "Don't let the nighty night monster bite." It's just a silly saying and Rabbit tells him so, but Piglet becomes convinced that there's a real monster under his bed. He calls for the Super Sleuths, who agree to help him out, even though they're sure there's no such thing as monsters. Then, everyone gets scared and begins to think that there is really a monster under Piglet's bed.moreless
  • You're a Big Boy, Roo: Roo is given an important job by his Mom-- to pick up her pouch watch from Rabbit who has been repairing it. Roo gets the watch, but then loses it when he stops to play. Worried that his Mom won't think him a big boy anymore, he calls on the Super Sleuths to help him find it. They assist him with his problem, but then a later problem comes up that he can only solve on his own. Turtle's for the Birds: Turtle loves birdwatching and draws the birds that he watches, but there's one bird that he's never seen. The rare flume-plumed speckled boom-whacker. It only comes to the Wood once a year on its way south. When it seemingly gets scared away, he becomes disappointed, so the Super Sleuths try to cheer him up.moreless
  • Pooh's Badful Day: When Pooh falls out of bed after a bad dream, he's sure that it's the start of a badful day. Tigger and Darby aren't so sure, until a thunderstorm comes and the birds start chirping. Determined to help out, Tigger and Darby convince Pooh to join them as the Super Sleuths and find away to turn his badful day around. It's a hard task and muddy at times, but they work their way through. Sleuthin' in the Wind: On a very windy day, the Super Sleuths get a call from Piglet, who's afraid that he'll be blown away if he goes outside. They work to keep him safe, but also try to show him that the wind can be fun. As they explore the day outside, Piglet begins to learn of the fun that a blustery day can be.moreless
  • Rabbit Gets Squashed: When Rabbit and Tigger get into a fight, Tigger wishes that Rabbit would turn into a pumpkin. Later, he returns to Rabbit's house and finds a pumpkin with Rabbit's hat and gloves on top of it. Convinced that his spiteful wish came true, Tigger calls the Super Sleuths into action to save "RaRa." Topsy Turvy Tigger: Tigger has been trying a new form of bouncing-- bouncing upside down. He finds that it gives him a new perspective on things, but it also creates problems in the Wood. When the Super Sleuths investigate a case about mysterious drawings, a new perspective turns out to be just what they need.moreless
  • Rabbit's Song for a Pumpkin: When Rabbit enters his pumpkin in a pumpkin competition, it turns out that it's down in the rules that he must have a theme song for his pumpkin. Rabbit has an amazing pumpkin, but no theme song. He turns to the Super Sleuths for help. Together, they gather everyone to come up with songs about Rabbit's pumpkin. Pooh's Blues: One day, Darby and Tigger are out picking blueberries when they discover that Pooh's bottom has become the color blue. Thinking that Pooh has been eating too many blueberries, they have him eat honey instead, hoping that it will return his bottom to its original color. When this doesn't work, Pooh begins to wonder what his friends will think of him if he ends up having a blue bottom forever.moreless
  • Home for the Holly Days: The young reindeer Holly pays a return visit to the Hundred Acre Wood. She has trouble fitting in, as it's the middle of summer and nothing is like her home at the North Pole. Everyone works together to show her that she can have a lot of doing new things. Piglet's Found Art: Piglet is drawing his friends when he encounters a strange problem-- all of his crayons have gone missing. He calls in the aid of the Super Sleuths. When they find the missing crayon wrapper, but not the crayons, the mystery deepens.moreless
  • Darby the Plant-Sitter: When Rabbit goes on a trip, he asks Darby to take care of his garden. Darby happily agrees to the job and puts her best effort into the task, but begins to worry that she's not a good plant-sitter. She notices a certain group of plants that have only leaves and don't otherwise appear to be growing. She decides to call together the Super Sleuths to come up with ways to make the plants grow. Pooh's Nightingale: Pooh loves the music of the nightingale in the birdhouse outside his home, but wakes up one morning to find the nightingale gone. The Super Sleuths try to track the nightingale, while Rabbit puts together a mechanical nightingale that he hopes can be a replacement. When the Sleuths receive a call from Turtle, one problem is solved, but another one ends up being created.moreless
  • Beaver's Taste Buddies: A deep, cold winter has hit the Hundred Acre Wood, freezing up Beaver's favorite food source. The trees that he normally munches on have become so stiff that he can't take a bite out of them. He calls the Super Sleuths to try to solve the problem, but begins to think he might have to move away for a while when it seems like they can't find any food that he likes. Too Many Helpings of Tigger: It's been a while since the Sleuther Siren has sounded and Tigger is eager to help his friends. He begins visiting them, trying to help them out with their problems without being asked. Tigger's unsolicited help ends up causing more problems than it solves.moreless
  • Down Woodpecker's Mystery Lane: When Woodpecker summons the Super Sleuths, they find him pecking at the pole for the finder flag with a ribbon tied to him. He's completely forgotten the reason why he called them, but is withering in the strong heat of the day. Trying to help Woodpecker, the Super Sleuths begin retracing his steps, helping other friends along the way. Darby's Lost Friend: It's the most monkeyfied mystery ever when Darby's stuffed monkey, Billy Boo, goes missing. Darby is sure that he couldn't have just walked off, but nobody is really sure how to find him. Everyone gives it their best go, but it begins to look like Darby might have to say goodbye to her friend.moreless
  • Darby's Pony: Seeing that Darby is always reading a book about a girl and her pony, Pooh and Tigger get the idea that Darby really wants a pony. They make it a Super Sleuth case of their very own and try to figure out how to get her one. They decide to enlist Eeyore's help, making him into a pony for Darby. Rabbit's Not So Scary-Crow: Rabbit's scarecrow, Theodore, is no longer doing its job and the crows just laugh at it. Rabbit calls in the Super Sleuths to help and they come up with any number of ideas to scare of their crows. They find, however, that their ideas work best when they combine them together.moreless
  • Darby's Wheelie Big Problem: Following a particularly messy case, the Super Sleuths find that their scooters need a good cleaning. With the scooters out of commission for the time being, Pooh and Tigger substitute bicycles. Both are very fast on them, but Darby's still using training wheels. She'd like to be able to go as fast as the others, but is scared that she's going to fall. Turtle Comes Out of His Shell: Turtle decides that the doesn't need his shell anymore-- it's only getting in his way. He calls upon the Super Sleuths to help him find fun new shell-free activities to do. When he finds that he can no longer hug Porcupine, he begins to wonder if his decision might have been a rash one.moreless
  • Tigger, Pooh and a Musical Too
    4/7/09
    8.8
    To thank Rabbit for his help in organizing a Hundred Acre Wood picnic, the citizens of the Wood appoint him the first ever Hundred Acre Wood Mayor. Excited by his newfound power, Rabbit soon enacts a series of rules-- scheduling everyone's lives, limiting Tigger's bouncing and cutting down on Pooh's honey consumption. Nobody likes the new rules and Tigger, bored, takes to following Rabbit around. He then challenges Rabbit, saying that he could be a better mayor. To solve the problem, Rabbit has Beaver draw a Big White Line across the Hundred Acre Wood, creating a "Rabbit Side" and a "Tigger Side." Now, friends have been separated, with Darby and Buster, as visitors, trapped in-between.moreless
  • 3/27/09
    10
    Flowers for Eeyore: When Roo briefly leaves a basket of flowers he gathered for his mom by Eeyore's house, Eeyore discovers them and thinks that they're for him. He's never received flowers before, and calls the Super Sleuths to try to figure out who sent them. When the truth is revealed, Eeyore is disappointed, so the entire Hundred Acre Wood decides to put together a surprise to cheer him up. Easter Rabbit: Lumpy and Roo think that they've discovered a great secret-- Rabbit is the Easter Bunny! They soon learn that Rabbit isn't actually the Easter Bunny, but Rabbit agrees to try taking on the job anyway. He soon gets to work on planning Easter, determined not to accept help from anyone.moreless
  • 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
  • Tigger's Day at the You-See-Um: When Darby arrives in the Hundred Acre Wood buzzing about a trip to the museum, Tigger decides that it would be a fun idea to start a "you-see-um" in the Hundred Acre Wood. Rabbit, however, is unimpressed by his collection of sticks and rocks, telling him that a museum should contain special things. Tigger calls together the Super Sleuths, hoping that they can find a woozle egg. The group sets out on an adventure and discovers many interesting things along the way. Skunk's Non-Scents: Embarrassed that he doesn't have a smelly stench like his parents or siblings, Skunk calls on the help of the Super Sleuths. They reluctantly agree to help him, understanding how much having a stench means to a skunk. They find various smelly things to attach to Skunk, but being to realize that they're approaching the problem the wrong way.moreless
  • 1/3/09
    9.3
    Piglet's Lost Voice: Piglet is excited about singing for his friends and has been practicing hard. When he learns that flyers have been posted to announce his performance, he seems excited, but then find that he can no longer sing. Convinced that Piglet has lost his voice, the Super Sleuths spring into action. Funny Rabbit: Pooh and his friends are sure that Rabbit doesn't know how to have fun because he never wants to play games with them and often seems to be grumpy. As the Super Sleuths, they try to teach Rabbit the meaning of having fun. Their methods include jokes and games, but Rabbit doesn't seem to find any of it to be fun.moreless
  • Darby's Lost and Found: When Piglet calls the Super Sleuths about a missing sock, they realize that things have lately been disappearing around the Hundred Acre Wood at an alarming rate. The items have seemingly vanished without a trace and they wonder if they might be disappearing to some mysterious Land of the Lost. They set up a stakeout that leads them to a surprising discovery. Piglet's Mystery Pet: When Piglet finds what appears to be a fish stranded in a puddle of water, he adopts it as his very own pet and names it Squiggly. When Squiggly grows legs, Piglet becomes very concerned and calls the Super Sleuths for help. As the Super Sleuths investigate just what is happening to Squiggly, they and Piglet all speculate over just what kind of create he could be. They begin to realize that Squiggly has been changing since they day Piglet found him.moreless
  • Piglet's Nutty Problem: When a wind storm blows through the Hundred Acre Wood, it leaves Piglet with a mystery involving hundreds of haycorns. He's lost his favorite haycorn that Pooh gave him in his backyard and doesn't know how to find it in the huge mess of haycorns that have covered it. With the help of the Super Sleuths, he learns how sorting things by specific characteristics can help someone to find something, even when it's buried amongst many similar things. Missing Lumpy: Lumpy is off visiting his aunt at the far end of Heffalump Hollow for a week and Roo really misses him. The Super Sleuths spring into action, hoping that maybe they can take Lumpy's place. They soon realize that there's no way that they can replace Lumpy, but there may be something else that they can do.moreless
  • No More Honey for Pooh: One day, while out playing with Darby and Tigger, Pooh gets stuck in a log. He calls a meeting of the Super Sleuths and they soon determine that he's become stuck from eating too much honey. They realize that the only way for him to get out of the log is to keep him from eating honey, something that won't be very easy. Stuck Be a Piglet: Looking to cool down on a hot day, Piglet agrees to Rabbit's suggestion that he roll around in the mud like a real pig. He finds the cool mud soothing, but ends up becoming a half-baked piglet as the sun dries up the mud. Spotting this predicament, Woodpecker calls in the help of the Super Sleuths. They try their best to come up with a way to free their friend without getting stuck in the mud themselves.moreless
  • Pooh's Bees Buzz Off: Having run out of honey, Pooh heads for the hive, only to discover that the bees aren't there. He calls a meeting of the Super Sleuths, who soon discover that things are worse than they thought. It seems as if all of the insects have disappeared the Hundred Acre Wood. When they receive a call from Rabbit, it leads to a clue to help them crack the case. Buster's Buried Treasure: As Lumpy and Roo play "pooh-rates," Beaver tells Rabbit a fanciful tale of treasure in the Hundred Acre Wood-- fanciful, but seemingly true when the "pooh-rates" find what they believe to be a gold doubloon. Meanwhile, Darby, Pooh and Tigger answer the sound of the Super Sleuth siren and find that Buster has lost his Super Sleuth medallion. As the three set to searching places where he might have lost it, Rabbit and Beaver begin an eager session of digging in the hopes of finding more treasure.moreless
  • Rabbit's Sound of Silence: Rabbit is trying to bake a special cake for Porcupine's birthday party, one that pops if not made in complete silence. Unfortunately, Beaver is working on a log right outside his home and making a lot of noise. Rabbit calls upon the help of the Super Sleuths, who find that keeping things quiet is easier said (or not said) than done. Eager Beaver: The Super Sleuths have been receiving many calls lately, leaving them exhausted and with no time to play. Hearing about their problem, Beaver decides to join the team and give them some help. Beaver quickly has the Sleuths moving fast, but his quick solutions fail to get to the underlying causes of the problems.moreless
  • Small's World After All: Rabbit has a guest visiting at his house-- a beetle named Small. He asks Tigger and Pooh to look after the bug while he goes to play checkers with Turtle. When Small gets loose, a meeting of the Super Sleuths is called to try and find them. He sends them all on a wild adventure throughout the Hundred Acre Wood, managing to stay just one step ahead. Darby's Fog-Gone Mystery: A wave of fog has rolled through the Hundred Acre Wood, making it difficult for anyone to see anything or even move about. Roo and Lumpy were looking forward to playing in Rabbit's corn field, but Rabbit won't let them until the fog has lifted. Ready and eager to play, they call on the Super Sleuths, hoping to find a way to lift the fog.moreless
  • 9/28/08
    9.0
    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
  • Tigger Gets Bounced: Annoyed when Tigger's bouncing ruins his vegetable sculpture, Rabbit creates a mechanized bouncing machine called Springs. He challenges Tigger to a bounce-off with Springs, then appoints Springs in charge of all bouncing activities within the Hundred Acre Wood after Tigger loses. Tigger becomes downcast, losing interest in helping out anyone by bouncing, or solving Super Sleuth cases. When Springs suffers a malfunction, however, Tigger is called upon to put a stop to the mechanized menace. Super Sleuths Wait for Ever: When Tigger and Roo get tired of waiting for Kanga's cookies to bake, they call in the talents of the Super Sleuths. They're hoping to find a way to make waiting go faster. As they consult their friends on the problem, they find that they're not the only ones waiting for something to happen that morning. They try many things, but begin to wonder if it might simply not be possible to make waiting go faster.moreless
  • Darby Goes Woozle Sleuthin': When Kanga finds Lumpy and Roo playing a game of "Catch the Woozle," she tells them a legend about a woozle wizard who has the capability to grant wishes. Intrigued by the story, the two friends call the Super Sleuths in the hope of tracking down this wizard. The group sets out to find the biggest oak tree, which they discover to be over by Heffalump Hollow. How the Tigger Lost His Stripe: After having his self-portrait painted by Roo, Tigger goes home and discovers he no longer matches his self-portrait. One of his tail-stripes, "Oomphy," has gone missing. He calls an emergency meeting of the Super Sleuths, but begins to despair of lost bouncing powers when they encounter difficulties in finding his stripe.moreless
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