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19th Apr '18 3:28:23 PM Psi001
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* NormalFishInATinyPond: Most of the antagonists are petty bumblers, and in any other cartoon would likely be a {{Harmless Villain}} at best. Within the defanged Pooh universe however, they almost look fearsome.
19th Apr '18 2:46:59 PM Mishmash
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* BigBallOfViolence: Episode 15 had the two teams in one while playing ice hockey.

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* BigBallOfViolence: One occurs with the angry toys in the store in Episode 13. Episode 15 had the two teams in a slightly different one while playing ice hockey.
18th Apr '18 7:05:54 PM Mishmash
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* BigBallOfViolence: Episode 21 had the two teams in one while playing ice hockey.

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* BigBallOfViolence: Episode 21 15 had the two teams in one while playing ice hockey.
18th Apr '18 7:05:02 PM Mishmash
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* BigBallOfViolence: Episode 21 had the two teams in one while playing ice hockey.
16th Apr '18 7:02:44 PM DrNoPuma
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* PirateSong: There was a Pirate themed episode with the Pooh Pirates opening with the song "Pirates is What We'll Be".
10th Apr '18 11:13:07 AM Mishmash
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Tigger gives some when going on about watching out for a certain type of trap he, Pooh, and Piglet find on the way to Rabbit's place.
10th Apr '18 11:12:27 AM Mishmash
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Tigger gives some when going on about watching out for a certain type of trap he, Pooh, and Piglet find on the way to Rabbit's place.



%%* AsideComment: Tigger does this frequently.

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%%* * AsideComment: Tigger frequently does this frequently.with an accompanying glance to either the viewer, or the narrator.



* CoolCar: Rabbit drives away in one of these (called the "car"rot ala mode) in a bad dream Piglet has.



%%* DoomedSupermarketDisplay: In "A Pooh-Day Afternoon".
%%* DownTheRabbitHole: A good amount of the plot in All's Well That's Wishing Well.
%%* DramaBomb: "Find Her, Keep Her".



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The first season featured several original songs, and also a penchant for ending the episode with Pooh reflecting on the story's events with Christopher Robin, ending with "silly old bear". The pilot episode also included such an ending, but with the camera panning out to replicate the final shot of the opening credits. Many Season One episodes were also far more surreal and experimental, utilising one-shot antagonists and different backdrops such as fictional settings or Christopher Robin's suburban home, while the later episodes usually played closer to the laid back setup of the books and original film.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The first season featured several original songs, and also a penchant for ending the episode with Pooh reflecting on the story's events with Christopher Robin, ending with "silly old bear". The pilot episode also included such an ending, but with the camera panning out to replicate the final shot of the opening credits. Many Season One episodes were also far more surreal and experimental, utilising utilizing one-shot antagonists and different backdrops such as fictional settings or Christopher Robin's suburban home, while the later episodes usually played closer to the laid back setup of the books and original film.
23rd Mar '18 8:47:41 AM MysteriousZorua1994
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** "Tigger is the Mother of Invention" subverts this with Tigger swiping a table cloth that's got Piglet's fine china on it. They manage to land back on the table without a scratch, causing Tigger to remark "Thought they were all going to crash, didn't ya?". Then it's double subverted, as they crash anyway due to the vibration of Tigger slamming the closet door.

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** "Tigger is the Mother of Invention" "The Masked Offender" subverts this with Tigger swiping a table cloth that's got Piglet's fine china on it. They manage to land back on the table without a scratch, causing Tigger to remark "Thought "[[LampshadeHanging Thought they were all going to crash, didn't ya?".ya]]?". Then it's double subverted, as they crash anyway due to the vibration of Tigger slamming the closet door.
3rd Mar '18 3:19:05 AM Psi001
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* GrandFinale: ''Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too'' was the last official episode of the series, though many DirectToVideo specials after shared the same cast and production values and even used clips and continuity from episodes of the show. Poetically the second ChristmasSpecial, ''Seasons Of Giving'' was the final featurette to do so.

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* GrandFinale: ''Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too'' was the last official episode of the series, though many DirectToVideo specials after shared the same cast and production values and even used clips and continuity from episodes of the show. Poetically the second ChristmasSpecial, ''Seasons Of Giving'' was third ChristmasSpecial ''A Very Merry Pooh Year'' and the final featurette to do so.so, reused ''Christmas Too''.
16th Feb '18 5:42:28 AM Chris116
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* ExplainExplainOhCrap: "No Rabbit's A Fortress": When Rabbit is finally fed up with Pooh, Piglet and Tigger messing up his garden, he builds a fortress around it, complete with booby traps. However, he soon realizes that he has ''trapped himself inside the fortress!''

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* ExplainExplainOhCrap: "No Rabbit's A Fortress": When Rabbit is finally fed up with Pooh, Piglet and Tigger messing up his garden, he builds a fortress around it, complete with booby traps.traps, and harshly orders his friends to never bother him again. However, he soon realizes that he has ''trapped himself inside the fortress!''



%%* GainaxEnding:
%%** "The Monster Frankenpooh".
%%** "Rabbit Marks the Spot".
%%** "Sorry, Wrong Slusher".

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%%* * GainaxEnding:
%%** "The ** “The Monster Frankenpooh".
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Frankenpooh": This shorter episode revolves around Tigger making Piglet’s story a scary story, but Rabbit, Tigger, and Gopher assure Piglet that it was all imaginary. Only for a very large Pooh Bear to reveal himself in the house.
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"Rabbit Marks the Spot".
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Spot": Rabbit reveals that there was no pirate’s treasure... only for an actual pirate ghost to appear and scare the gang.
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"Sorry, Wrong Slusher".Slusher": The group gets arrested by the police, only for it to appear to be a dream.. only for it to turn out to be real? The jury is still out on this one.



* IOweYouMyLife: In "My Hero", Piglet "saves" Tigger from [[StopDrowningAndStandUp drowning in a puddle]], and Tigger tries to "help" him with everything until Piglet begins trying to set up a situation where Tigger can "save" him.

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* IOweYouMyLife: In "My Hero", Piglet "saves" Tigger from [[StopDrowningAndStandUp drowning in a puddle]], and Tigger tries to "help" him with everything until Piglet begins trying to set up a situation where Tigger can "save" him. This leads to a chain of rescues by each of the cast, and the group ends up having to have a meeting to settle things due to so many rescues and life debts.



* KnightOfCerebus: Crud of "Cleanliness Is Next To Impossible" is a pretty comedic villain by normal standards, but placed in a ''Winnie The Pooh'' feature, he makes for a blatantly darker tone than most of the harmless affairs of the series.

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* KnightOfCerebus: KnightOfCerebus:
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Crud of "Cleanliness Is Next To Impossible" is a pretty comedic villain by normal standards, but placed in a ''Winnie The Pooh'' feature, he makes for a blatantly darker tone than most of the harmless affairs of the series.


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* SpotlightStealingSquad:
** Rabbit is by far the most fleshed out member of the cast. He has the most spotlight episodes, despite the fact he tends to not get as much advertising as the other four main characters (Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore). Additionally, much of the series seems to center around Rabbit’s house as a sort of general home base for the Hundred Acre Wood characters.
** Gopher also counts, as this series greatly increased his prominence to the point where he’s easily the sixth main character - and usually eclipses Eeyore.
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