The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Season 1 Episode 8

Stripes/ Monkey See, Monkey Do Better

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Aired Saturday 6:00 AM Oct 08, 1988 on ABC
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Stripes/ Monkey See, Monkey Do Better
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Because of Rabbit's trickery to get Tigger to take a bath, Tigger loses his stripes. The gang sees a present for Christopher Robin--a wind up monkey named Bruno. They, however, come to believe that he is going to replace them. That causes a lot of trouble.

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  • Tigger learns about himself

    6.6
    Tigger learns about himself and discovers from Eeyore after his stripes disappear in his bath that he is still "a Tigger on the inside even though he is not the same" Tigger goes from being a Rabbit feels sad for a bug, then discover how a Pooh Bear life feels like, then when he feels like "a scotch pine" after being dressed with Christmas Lights he gets his stripes back when he feels like a Tigger again.moreless
  • Tigger learns something about himself from Eeyore.

    9.4
    Tigger learns about himself and discovers from Eeyore after his stripes disappear in his bath that he is still "a Tigger on the inside even though he is not the same" Tigger goes from being a Rabbit feels sad for a bug, then discover how a Pooh Bear life feels like, then when he feels like "a scotch pine" after being dressed with Christmas Lights he gets his stripes back when he feels like a Tigger again.



    This is a good episode to teach kids you are still the same on the inside even though you look different. Your personality is still the same, and what really counts is on the inside.moreless

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  • QUOTES (6)

    • Tigger: (after bouncing on Rabbit and gaining his stripe back on the end of his tail along with the other stripes he got back) Thanks Bunny Boy. Now I'm a Tigger on the outside and a Tigger on the inside, too.

    • Tigger: (after regaining his stripes) Well, Pooh Boy, I got my stripes back (notices one of his stripes is missing at the end of his tail) All except for one.

    • Tigger: (when Rabbit, Pooh and Piglet grab him out of the mud puddle) Hey, hey! Unhandle me you guys.
      Rabbit: One, two, three! (throws Tigger into the air)
      Tigger: (landing onto a bath tub filled with suds) No, this bouncing Tigger's not touching those bubbles.
      Rabbit: (pushing Tigger in) If you're going to bounce in mud puddles, you're going to take baths! (pushes Tigger into the sudsy water and he Pooh and Piglet start washing him)

    • Eeyore: Hello, Tigger.
      Tigger: You know, that's the third time you've called me Tigger.
      Eeyore: Well, aren't you?
      Tigger: No. I don't have any stripes!
      Eeyore: It doesn't matter. You're still Tigger on the inside.

    • Tigger: (covered with Christmas lights) I feel like a Christmas tree.
      Piglet: Well, you're too big to be a Piglet. I just love the holidays.
      Eeyore: A yuletide celebration. A Tigger tree and everything. how festive, obviously, I wasn't invited...
      Tigger: This is ridiculous! I don't want to be a scotch pine!

    • Tigger: What is a guy when he's a nothin'?
      And nothin' but stuffin'. Ain't even got a name.
      (sings) I know I've changed on the outside.
      But on the inside, I feel the same.
      Maybe someday, I'll know who I am.
      But for right now,
      somehow...
      I don't have a name.

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