Winnie the Pooh Detective Tigger  Season #3 Episode #8

Synopsis: Detective Tigger is the Third Volume of Winnie the Pooh Playtime, Only Playtime volume to contain 4 episodes, instead of 3. It includes the Volume 5 Theme Song instead of the Playtime Song.
Genre: Children
Year:
1994
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"TIGGER, PRIVATE EAR"

It was a dark and Blustery night... The Glockenspiel diamond has been stolen... But before Owl can finish the story, he says he loses his glasses... Tigger points to then on his head. Owl is amazed - he lost his glasses two weeks ago. Tigger proclaims himself "Private Ear" and goes in search of Mysteries. He decides to make a mystery and solve it when none comes to him. He sneaks into Piglet's house and steals his nose warmer, then alerts Piglet to the theft - and he promises to find it. That morning, he calls Pooh and Rabbit to the scene... Piglet was dreaming about Daffodils, which Piglets are allergic to so sayeth Tigger, and he points to the ceiling where the nose warmer was 'sneezed' off. The next thing he decides to do is take Pooh's Honey... he breaks one and takes one from Rabbit. In the morning, Tigger 'finds' Pooh's hunny pot. Rabbit runs to Tigger and begs him to find his hunny. They 'find' the hunny at Piglet's house. Now Rabbit and Pooh think Piglet took it. Tigger wants to set things right. Poor little Piglet is on trial. Gopher is judge. Tigger is the defence, Rabbit the prosecution. Tigger calls a surprise witness - himself. Does he have some trying to hide... And he confesses and throws himself at the mercy of the court. Rabbit hopes Tigger never tries the Private ear stuff and decides to become a lawyer...

"SHAM POOH"

Pooh is starting the day with breakfast... hunny... and then desert... More Hunny, but Pooh for some reason has lost his appetite. The others come to him with hunny, and try to help him find his appetite. Owl asks if he is in fact Pooh Bear. Pooh Bear's lost too? This is a job for Tigger private ear! Spill the beans, Pooh... Pooh doesn't have any beans to spill - maybe Rabbit has some in his garden... Tigger tried to find out which one if Pooh... Pooh can't resist hunny. He spills the hunny on Owl and things Owl's Pooh. Oh Bother. So where's Owl? So Gopher's Owl... So where's Gopher... So Piglet's Gopher. Rabbit cant be Piglet, what would happen to his garden? Oh d..d...d dear... They have to find Pooh's appetite to find each other, before it gets too confusing that even Tigger can't find it. Gopher... Piglet is cross - how's he going to find anything with folks dropping in on him. They discover Pooh's apatite with Owl... Gopher... Owl drops in... He takes them to a hunny tree where he thinks Pooh's appetite is... Pooh thanks Gopher for being Owl and taking him there. he calls into the tree. Tigger pushes Pooh into the tree, right into the hunny. It would be a shame to find all this hunny and not be able to enjoy it... Piglet has tunnelled under it and they get pushed by the hunny stream and pushed up a geyser of Hunny and Pooh seems to be eating a lot of it! Yet another mystical type mystery solved by the champion of the under-cooked, and general all round nice guy, Tigger, Private Ear!

"INVASION OF THE POOH SNATCHER"

Tigger is swinging into the lake! Pooh's rather take a nap in the warm sun. Tigger says there are a gazillion things to do on a Spring day... Like chasing a stripedy butterfly... But who knows what may be lurking in the bushes... Piglet emerges, adding to his very small collection of very small rocks. Tigger is worried about him saying it's days like today that they Jagulars are out collections of very small animals and Spring is their favorite time of year for springing out unexpectedly at collectibbibbiles. Piglet rushes off to his house until fall... Tigger's off to ward Pooh of the Jagulars. Pooh had woken up and leaves the sleepy spot. Tigger is horrified and thinks that Pooh had been collected by the Springing Jagular. Pooh goes to Piglet's house - by way of the bedroom window. Piglet had furniture backed up against his door. Piglet tells Pooh that they have to rescue Tigger from the springing Jagular. Tigger is afraid, but feels he had to ward him friends, despite the danger... He goes to Rabbit to ask him about Jagulars. Pooh and Piglet hear Tigger, but think he's a springing Jagular. He hears Piglet's knees knocking and thinks it's Jagular noisy type noise. Piglet and Pooh practice springing to spring on the Jagular first and spring into Gopher's tunnel. Gopher's upset - they might've hurt the floor, but he says he knows how to handle the springing whippersnapper. Tigger finds Rabbit and tells him that Pooh's been collected. Rabbit goes to Piglet's house and is caught in the Jagular trap and is convinced that there are Jagulars on the prowl - otherwise why would Piglet make a trap?... Rabbit decides to go back to the scene of the Pooh snatching to set some bait. Gopher's made a trap too... They plan to go to the water hole tonight... Piglet's to be the bait... Oh d-d-d dear... - and then they plan to grab the up-to-no-gooder! Rabbit decides to dress himself and Tigger as Pooh Bear to confuse the Jag. Anything for the Good as Pooh Bear Dom! Gopher and Tigger are there and Pooh's springing to catch the Jagular. They're all saved! The best thing, they were all rescued by each other. Those 'ol Jagulars don't have a chance!

"EEYORE'S TAIL TALE"

Rabbit is madly trying to whack caterpillars out of his garden. However the pesky critters turn on his hose and shoot him. Eeyore thinks it's a wild dance party, and thinks he's not invited. He's got twice as many feet as anyone else and he goes along, his tail keeps him back as it's stuck in the bridge. he decides to leave it behind, always keeping his back, while the bugs and Rabbit are waging war. They corner Rabbit. Rabbit backs off and grabs Eeyore's tail. The lead caterpillar is mesmerized and runs to it and kisses it. Eeyore tried to convince Tigger that he's better with a tail, but Tigger says a tail's a friend and Eeyore agrees, so they go to try and find Eeyore's tail. Never fear, Tigger, Private Ear is here! Rabbit has made Worm wrangler and sends the worms off on an imaginary dream boat cruise down the river. Pooh asks what Rabbit's think is and goes off to find an important use for Eeyore's tail. Eeyore's tail is gone. Tigger interrogates Rabbit. He's always got a tail to tell. Where does your lap go when you stand up? Impressive isn't he? Rabbit is shocked that his Worm Wrangler's gone... Tigger's on the case. Pooh has made a Bee Tickler. And loses it when the Bees chase him out of their tree. Tigger suspects that Pooh is the crimiminal mastermind of the century, but Pooh doesn't have Eeyore's Tail or Rabbit's Worm Wrangler, and he's lost his Bee Tickler... Never fear, Tigger, Private Ear is here! Tail chasing... Whoooooohooooo! He's leaving no stone underdone! Eeyore misses his poor tail. Piglet wonders where they're going in such a hurry and he sees Eeyore's tail on a bush and thinks it looks like a very small part of a very large animal. He'd rather be the animal's friend than his dinner, but Piglet finds that it's not an animal at all and decides to make a Bully Bamboozler from Eeyore's tail to protect him from spookables. Tigger tried to help the thief give him clues. They suspect Piglet for being small, pitiful and without a tail. Piglet's finished his Bully Bamboozler, a big mean looking balloon. Tigger bounces it, looking more like Piglet's Wantid poster. Owl gets the tail and uses it as a bell ringer for his door. It's Tigger's hypotenuse that Owl is the crimiminal mastermind... Eeyore sits down on his tail. Honk! They realize that their things are Eeyore's tail! Tigger's theory is that it lost itself until Eeyore learned to appreciate it. Eeyore lets his tail walk in front for a change, forgetting he's at Owl's house... With all this Private Ear stuff, Rabbit's lost his patience! So Tigger's the one to find it!

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