The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Season 4 Episode 3

The Good, The Bad, And The Tigger

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Aired Saturday 6:00 AM Sep 21, 1991 on ABC
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The Good, The Bad, And The Tigger
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When a toy train goes missing, Piglet has a dream. In his dream, he is the sheriff of a Western town, Rabbit and Eeyore are his deputies and Tigger and Pooh are the Hole in the Head Gang (well at least Tigger is), when out-of-luck Sheriff Piglet takes Pooh in by mistake.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • During the fantasy, when the train (with Pooh on board) hits Piglet, Rabbit and Eeyore's handcar, it explodes and derails in a massive wreck. Running into a handcar would not cause a train to derail or crash; rather it would just simply destroy the handcar.

      • While Pooh was adjusting Piglet's hat after the train was destroyed, Pooh's nose turns red for a second.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Tigger: Where's the propeller?
        Rabbit: Tigger, trains don't have propellers. Although it does seem to be missing its rudder.

      • Tigger: I am the Tigger with no name!
        Pooh: I am the Pooh with a name...if I could remember what it is.
        Tigger: How did you get here?
        Pooh: It's a fantasy.

    • NOTES (3)

      • This episode is 1st of 3 in the VHS "Cowboy Pooh" in the Playtime Series.

      • In A.A. Milne's book of Christopher Robin poems, "Now We Are Six," one of the poems was about Christopher Robin's train set, titled "The Engineer." It has a brake made from a string and the train winds up crashing. This episode is partially based off that poem.

      • The title "The Good, The Bad, And The Tigger" is a farce off the Clint Eastwood movie "The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly." And Tigger's name The Tigger with no name is also a farce off of Clint Eastwood's character the man with no name.

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