The Book of Pooh

Season 2 Episode 7

Blue Ribbon Bunny

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 AM Aug 13, 2002 on Disney Channel
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Blue Ribbon Bunny
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When Rabbit puts out some of his best vegetables for his friends to have, Pooh and Piglet decide that they should do something to show their appreciation for him. They create a blue ribbon with the message "Gardener of the Year" and leave it in an envelope on Rabbit's doorstep. Rabbit is thrilled by the award, but thinks its from sort of gardening society who has spotted his special talents. Rabbit's head grows bigger and bigger until he decides to leave the Hundred Acre Wood in search for fortune and Pooh & Piglet realize that it might be best to tell him just who it was that gave him the ribbon.moreless

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      • Rabbit: Well, you all know I was quite upset, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized what a... what a great honor it was to receive a ribbon from my closest friends. (The others all murmur agreement.)
        Narrator: And that is the story of Rabbit's blue ribbon, in which he found the awards that mean the most are from the people that know you the best.

      • Rabbit: I've grown too big for this one-garden Wood. It's time I moved up to the majors and took my place among the greats of gardening.

      • Rabbit: They might be calling me at any second.
        Eeyore: Who are "they"?

      • Rabbit: (singing) Now that I'm important / I have better things to do / Than standing around here talking / To folks the likes of you.

      • Piglet: Hello, Rabbit.
        Rabbit: Actually, I'd prefer it if you call me "Gardener of the Year."

      • Piglet: Gardener of the Year. Oh, won't Rabbit be surprised when he finds this blue ribbon on his doorstep?

      • Narrator: One morning in the Hundred Acre Wood, Rabbit had put out some of his delicious vegetables for the enjoyment of everyone else.
        Pooh: You know, Piglet, we certainly are fortunate that Rabbit has such tasty vegetables.
        Piglet: And he's so nice to share them with everyone. It seems like there should be some way to thank him.
        Pooh: You mean besides eating them?

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      • Rabbit: (in a fantasy sequence) On behalf of myself, I want to thank the Gardening Academy for honoring with this year's 24 karat carrot.

        Winners of Academy Awards, also known as Oscars receive a golden statue somewhat like the one seen in Rabbit's fantasy sequence and usually thank the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for giving them the award.

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