The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh - April Pooh  Season #3 Episode #1

Synopsis: "APRIL POOH" Pooh is in bed and dreaming of guess what? However when he wakes up his hunny pot is empty - his dream must've had a midnight snack without him. However he has no hunny in his cupboard... There's a pot of hunny on his table, but the 'hunny' is grey and very, very sticky... There's lots of pots of hunny outside ho house. "April Fool" calls Christopher Robin. Pooh wonders if this April Fool is someone to be afraid of or not... Piglet calls for help. Piglet has goggles and a floatee on and towels... He's terrified that his place is underwater, but his floor is not wet... However at Piglet's windows, gold fishes are seen swimming... Maybe the flood is hiding somewhere. Pooh finds out that it's a trick. Pooh tells him that this April Fool likes to play tricks and this is his day. They look for the April fool at Tiggers. However Tigger's got spots... His beautiful stripidies, nowhere to be seen, but Pooh notices it's a PJ suit... Rabbit goes into his garden a
Genre: Children
Year:
1990
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"APRIL POOH"

Pooh is in bed and dreaming of guess what? However when he wakes up his hunny pot is empty - his dream must've had a midnight snack without him. However he has no hunny in his cupboard... There's a pot of hunny on his table, but the 'hunny' is grey and very, very sticky... There's lots of pots of hunny outside ho house. "April Fool" calls Christopher Robin. Pooh wonders if this April Fool is someone to be afraid of or not... Piglet calls for help. Piglet has goggles and a floatee on and towels... He's terrified that his place is underwater, but his floor is not wet... However at Piglet's windows, gold fishes are seen swimming... Maybe the flood is hiding somewhere. Pooh finds out that it's a trick. Pooh tells him that this April Fool likes to play tricks and this is his day. They look for the April fool at Tiggers. However Tigger's got spots... His beautiful stripidies, nowhere to be seen, but Pooh notices it's a PJ suit... Rabbit goes into his garden and sees and enormous carrot and is pleased with himself, but it's a large balloon, and Rabbit floats up into the sky, when the carrot bursts and he demands to know what's goin on and wonder why no one's seen the April Fool. They're disguised as trees to find the invisibibble April Fool... and they scare Eeyore on the process. He thinks they've been turned into stumps, but they tell him they're pretending... They try to trap the Fool by setting Tigger traps around Eeyore's house with a pretend Eeyore. Someone's coming... He comes behind them, but it's only Christopher Robin. They've trapped themselves and accidentally trap him. They tell Chris that they're scared of the April Fool. Chris tells them that he was the one doing the April Fooling, though the tricks weren't meant to frighten. Honey for Pooh, gentle pets for Piglet, cuddly pajamas for Tigger and a balloon for Rabbit. But they played the best trick on Chris, so they're the April Fools!

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Sam Rogers

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