This episode Paul Winchell returns as the voice of Tigger.
This was the last episode to feature Jim Cummings as the voice of Tigger. Paul Winchell returns as the voice of Tigger.
When the cloud was small, it poured a lots of rain on Tigger. But when Tigger, Piglet, and Pooh were inside the log and the cloud got really big, it rained normally.
When Tigger is performing his magic act with the vacuum, it is cordless. Only after Gopher shows up and reclaims his vacuum does it appear with a cord.
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.
It is revealed in this episode that Christopher Robin lives on 100 Acre Road. However when he accidentally says "600 Acre Road" on the phone, Piglet asks "Isn't that the address of house next door?"
When the gang helps defend Christopher Robin before the judge, Piglet is wearing his jail uniform. In the next scene, Piglet is not wearing his uniform though everybody else still is.
First Appearance of Gopher's Grand-Dad. (In Gopher's Flashback.)
If a bath washed away Tigger's stripes in "Stripes", why did his stripes not wash away here?
Animals that Rabbit became: Frog, Fly, Pelican, and Turtle.
This episode, along with "To Bee or Not To Bee", only appears on Toon Disney.
This was the last episode to feature Paul Winchell as the voice of Tigger. Jim Cummings took his place after this episode, until Winchell returns in the final episode ''Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too''. However, Winchell did continue to voice Tigger in some other Winnie the Pooh media in the 90's.
This episode is on the "Fun and Games" VHS.
One of the 2 episodes to have small font in the episode title. The other is "Three Little Piglets."
This is the only Appearence of the Tough Mean Crows.
Both Rabbit and Gopher can dig tunnels, so why didn't they dig a little tunnel to get Rabbit out of the fortress?
This is the first time in Winnie The Pooh history that Pooh ever took his Red Shirt off
When Gopher, Rabbit, Pooh, and Owl flee the hollow log after noticing a "ghost," which was actually Piglet unbeknownst to them, Piglet runs away in fear in the opposite direction. However, once Gopher, Rabbit, Pooh, and Owl reach the top of the tree, Piglet somehow beats them there. How did Piglet manage to make his way to the top of the tree before they did?
Masked Offender's Misdeeds:
1. Got Rid of Rabbit's Scarecrow that the Crows eat the Garden dry.
2. Piled up Dirt over Gopher's Home.
3. Sawed Down Owl's House.