My Friends Tigger & Pooh

Season 2 Episode 14

Tigger, Pooh and a Musical Too

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 AM Apr 07, 2009 on Disney Channel
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Tigger, Pooh and a Musical Too
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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

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      • Rabbit: I'm issuing a one-day pass for the Super Sleuths to pass! Onto this side, that is.
        Beaver: (loudly, over megaphone) The Mayor has issued the Super Sleuths a pass!
        Rabbit: Yes. Thank you, Beaver.

      • Ma Heffalump: But, Tigger, is this all the food for the picnic?
        Tigger: Yep! Have as much as you want, but want as much as you have! Or something.

      • Lumpy: That's funny. Your grass doesn't look any greener than ours.
        Roo: What do you mean?
        Lumpy: Rabbit says the grass on your side is greener, but Tigger says ours is. I think he's right. Yes, definitely. Ours is greener.
        Roo: I don't know. I think maybe Rabbit is right. Ours is greener. A little, anyway.

      • Beaver: Tell you what. If you say the right password, I'll let you through.
        Pooh: Ahem. "The right password."
        Beaver: Ha! Thought you could fool me. Not that easy, bear.

      • Rabbit: Uneasy lies the head that wears the straw hat.

      • Ma Heffalump: Pardon me, does anyone have a napkin?
        Rabbit: Oh, would you like regular or heffa-sized?
        Roo: Great seed-spitting, Lumpster! Now let me try!
        Ma Heffalump: (observing that Lumpy has a big watermelon mustache) Better go with this one. (She uses her trunk to take the heffa-sized one.)

      • Roo: Aren't you two going to shake hands?
        Tigger: Yeah, well, nice going, Grand Mayor Rabbit.
        Rabbit: Yes, you too, Other Mayor Tigger.

      • Pooh: I know I'm a bear of very little brain, but to me it seems so true that one is so much lonelier than two.

      • Beaver: Gotta get some branches down by the creek, over on your side.
        Tigger: Tut tut tut tut tut. Not without the Tiggerville password, you don't.
        Beaver: (stutters) Now, now, hold on.
        Tigger: He'll never get this.
        Beaver: I-is the password, um, "Tigger"?
        Tigger: I told you he wouldn't... How'd you do that? (groans)
        Beaver: Work, work, work...
        Tigger: I miss Gopher.

      • Tigger: The password is... Rumplestiltskin.
        Beaver: No.
        Tigger: Kumquat.
        Beaver: Uh uh.
        Tigger: Swordfish?
        Beaver: No.
        Tigger: Sandwich?
        Beaver: No.
        Tigger: Frangiapane?

      • Darby: All this line does is make people argue with each other. I guess we'll just have to walk right down the middle.

      • Rabbit: Pooh, that's my Honey!
        Pooh: Really? It tastes as good as the bees make, Rabbit.

      • Darby: And the Finder Flag says we need to go to...
        Rabbit: My house! But I'll save you the trip because the problem is right here. Tigger is driving me crazy. He follows me wherever I go.
        Tigger: Well, I'm sorry, Long Ears, but if I can't bounce, there's not much else for me to do, is there?

      • Rabbit: Tigger, why do you keep following me around?
        Tigger: (miserably) Well, what else am I supposed to do?
        Rabbit: Something! Anything! B-but you can't follow me around all day! (Tigger follows him into the distance.) Tigger!
        Tigger: What?!

      • Piglet: "Pooh-Sticks will be played every day from 2:00 to 4:00." But what if we want to play it in the morning?
        Rabbit: Don't worry. You won't.
        Tigger: "No permitting flitting, crossed-legged sitting, quitting, quilting, or knitting"?
        Rabbit: Trust me on that one.
        Darby: That's an awful lot of rules, Rabbit.
        Tigger: And a lot of rules that are awful.

      • Darby: Rabbit, I think the problem is, you're the only one who knows all the rules.
        Rabbit: Oh, you're absolutely right, Darby. I should post them where everyone can see their genius. I'll be back in time for sock-sorting time, Piglet!
        Piglet: But I don't wear socks!

      • Rabbit: I've got a thought, or maybe two or three.
        Eeyore: Is anybody worried but me?

      • Lumpy: You mean, we know a real mayor?
        Roo: Awesome? Uh, what's a mayor?
        Tigger: Well, isn't it oblivious? He is the one with the fancy-schmancy hat!
        Darby: Heh heh heh. That's not all a mayor is, Tigger. They're like the boss of the Wood. Mayors are in charge of everything.

      • Tigger: Oh, you know, I just love being all familiar with family. (Ants start crawling over his sandwiches.) Except the ants. I mean, uncles are one thing, but...

      • Darby: Oh, I'm so glad you're here. We're having a best friends picnic and I wouldn't want you to miss it. Come on!

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