Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too  Season #3 Episode #6

Synopsis: The idea backfires and Rabbit, Piglet and Pooh find themselves lost, but Pooh's tummy guides them home. Then, Tigger and Roo go out for a bounce and get caught in a tree, which Tigger is too afraid to get out of, and Rabbit makes Tigger promise that if they help get Tigger down, that Tigger can never bounce again.
Genre: Children


Pooh is thinking and he is bounced by Tigger. He has to go because he has a lot of bouncing to do! He bounces Piglet too, scaring him! Though he's saving his best bounce for 'ol long ears... He bounces Rabbit and his vegetable garden! Rabbit complains and wants Tigger to stop bouncing, but bouncing's what Tigger's do best! Their tops are made out of rubber, their bottoms are made out of springs, but the most wonderful thing about Tiggers, is he's the only one! Rabbit calls a council, complaining about Tigger's bouncing. Piglet has to wake up Pooh who has fallen asleep. Rabbit decides to take Tigger out into the woods and lose him, but find him the next day... They set out that morning, Pooh with a supply of hunny. Tigger bounces further into the mist. Rabbit decides that this is a good place to lose Tigger, and then the gang decide to return home. They hear Tigger. Rabbit and the gang hide in a hollow tree trunk. When Tigger goes off, they decide to go home, however, the gang gets lost themselves. Rabbit assures them he knows the forest well, but they keep on ending up at the same sandpit. Rabbit goes off, while Pooh and Piglet wait in the sandpit. Pooh is thinking of his hunnypots back home. They decide to find their way home, convinced that his tummy would find the way home. Just when the mist clears and they begin to know where they are, they're bounced by Tigger. Tigger goes off to find Rabbit, lost and afraid in the forest. The forest noises get to him... Rabbit runs in terror and he in bounced by Tigger, who takes him home. Tiggers never get lost! Now... This is the first snowfall of the 100 Aker Wood. Tigger is going to teach Roo how to bounce. Who hoo hoo hoo! Rabbit is ice skating on the lake, peace and quiet... Tigger proves to Roo that Tiggers can ice skate... but he trips and collides with an unfortunate Rabbit, the bunny crashing into his house. Tigger decides he doesn't like ice skating and they look for something Tiggers do best. Climbing trees... Tiggers bounce trees! He almost bounces clear out of the book! Tigger bounces so high, he's terrified to come down. Roo is up with him too. Meanwhile Pooh is tracking... something. Piglet follows. They follow what they think are four sets of tracks. Piglet is rather scared. Helooooooo! Tigger calls out. Pooh thinks he's a Jagular. Roo calls out to them. Pooh sees that they're not Jagulars at all. Christopher Robin and gang try to get Tigger and Roo down from the tree. Roo jumps first to a relieved Kanga, but Tigger's don't jump, they bounce and they only bounce up. Tigger promises never to bounce again once he gets down. Rabbit is ecstatic. Tigger even begs the Narrator to help him down. The Narrator tilts the book, helping Tigger down the page. Tigger is so happy, he kisses the snow. He's so happy he wants to bounce, but Rabbit reminds him that he promised not to. Tigger is heartbroken that he can never bounce again. He sulks off alone. But the gang decide that he likes the old bouncy Tigger best. Even Rabbit repents - and Tigger bounces him happily! Tigger says Rabbit has the feet for bouncing and Rabbit discovers that bouncing is cool!

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Sam Rogers

When the pint-sized Rikki and Revver decide they're tired of being kids, it's up to Doc and Dewey Decimole to show them, through songs and stories from the Bible, that kids can really make a difference in the world. After learning about the lives of the kids in the Bible, Rikki and Revver begin to change their mind about staying a while longer. more…

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