Rabbit performs his Spring Has Sprung concert tune about vegetables to the tune of "La donna è mobile."
Rabbit: Why, hello, Tigger, good to see you.
Tigger: I told you he never wanted to... what'd you say?
Darby: See, Tigger, there are lots and lots of ways for snowflakes to be different.
Darby: We can't look at snowflakes while they're falling. We have to collect them first, and I think I know a way.
Tigger: Somewhere out there, there's a couple of just-the-sames. And this Tigger is gonna find them if it takes till lunchtime.
Pooh: Lunchtime already?
Darby Sorry, Tigger, but it's a fact. Every snowflake is different.
Pooh: Are you sure you need our help, Tigger? You seem to be doing fine all by yourself.
Rabbit: I don't want to see you again --- unless I see two snowflakes that are exactly alike!
Pooh: These snowflakes aren't as sweet as last winter's. Perhaps if I put a little honey on my tongue...
Audience: Encore! Encore! Encore!
Pooh: Everyone seems to be calling for Eeyore.
Rabbit: (singing) From cabbage ear to leaf of corn / So stately, of such noble form...
Darby: What do you think?
Tigger: I think this orchestra is ready to do some serious orchestrating. Hoo hoo hoo hoo!
Tigger: And a one and a two, and a hit with the shoe.
Tigger: That honey pot musicin' sounds Tiggerific.
Darby: So what's your thought, Pooh?
Pooh: I think that I am very hungry.
Rabbit: Oh, dear. Oh, dear. Without my orchestra machine, my spring concert is ruined. Ruined, I say.
Darby: We have to help Rabbit. But how?
Darby, Tigger and Pooh: Think, think, think.
Darby: Back to Rabbit's garden.
Tigger: Let us go to where the lettuce grows!
Darby: Your orchestra machine sounds really great.
Rabbit: (singing) Lima beans and tomatoes / Collard greens and potatoes / These are the vegetables of which I sing...
Buster: (barks happily)
Darby: Rabbit sure seems happy, doesn't he?
Rabbit: Oh, I'm simply shaking with excitement, Darby. Ha ha. You see, tonight is going to be absolutely wonderful.
Tigger: It'll be fantastarific! Phenormous! Stupendable! Hoo hoo hoo hoo! What are we talking about here?
Rabbit: Why, my annual Spring Has Sprung garden concert.
Don MacKinnon is the director for "Symphony for a Rabbit," Dean Stefan is the writer and Jason Dorf & Wendy Grieb are the storyboard artists. David Hartman is the director for "Tigger Goes Snowflakey," Brian Hohlfeld is the writer and Kurt Anderson is the storyboard artist. Brian Hohlfeld is the story editor for both stories.
This episode aired in the U.K. on Thursday, October 25, 2007. It was included as a bonus feature on the Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie DVD. It premieres in the United States on January 19, 2008 on Playhouse Disney.