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* WhamLine: In "Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie", Kanga speaks this line which causes Roo and Lumpy to realize the misunderstanding:
-->'''Kanga:''' Kanga: I'm so sorry, Lumpy. I did make one [a jack o' lantern] for you, but it must have fallen off my wheelbarrow.


* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: In ''A Valentine For You'', Pooh cannot bring himself to give Christopher Robin the Smitten to cure him of his "lovesickness", because the girl he likes makes him happy and he deserved to be happy indeed. Fortunately, it does not stop him from loving Pooh and the gang.


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* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: In ''A Valentine For You'', Pooh cannot bring himself to give Christopher Robin the Smitten to cure him of his "lovesickness", because the girl he likes makes him happy and he deserved to be happy indeed. Fortunately, it does not stop him from loving Pooh and the gang.

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* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: In ''A Valentine For You'', Pooh cannot bring himself to give Christopher Robin the Smitten to cure him of his "lovesickness", because the girl he likes makes him happy and he deserved to be happy indeed. Fortunately, it does not stop him from loving Pooh and the gang.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In previous Disney works, particularly ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', heffalumps are depicted as {{Cruel Elephant}}s that steal honey. ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'' reimagines them as misunderstood {{Honorable Elephant}}s.


!!''The Best Bear in All the World''

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!!''The !!!''The Best Bear in All the World''

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!!''The Best Bear in All the World''
* CanonForeigner: Brian Sibley's "Winter" introduces Penguin, apparently inspired by discovering the real Christopher Robin ''did'' in fact own a toy penguin which never made it into the stories.
* LiteraryNecrophilia


* DarkerAndEdgier: Okay, it's ''Winnie-the-Pooh.'' so it's still pretty [[LighterAndSofter Light And Soft]], but compared to the original books there ''is'' a subtle undercurrent that wasn't there in the original books, mostly concerning Cristopher Robin growing older.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: CerebusSyndrome: Okay, it's ''Winnie-the-Pooh.'' so it's still pretty [[LighterAndSofter Light And Soft]], lighthearted, but compared to the original books there ''is'' a subtle undercurrent that wasn't there in the original books, mostly concerning Cristopher Robin growing older.


* LethallyStupid: Pooh's clumsiness and Tigger's hyperactivity often cause trouble.

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* LethallyStupid: LethallyStupid:
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Pooh's clumsiness and Tigger's hyperactivity often cause trouble.



* PositiveDiscrimination: Arguably with Kanga. She does at least seem to be the one character lacking a personality-defining flaw. That said, [[OutOfFocus she rarely appears long enough for such development]].

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* PositiveDiscrimination: Arguably with Kanga. She does at least seem Kanga seems to be the one character lacking a personality-defining flaw. That said, [[OutOfFocus she rarely appears long enough for such development]].


* ShoutOut: While this is very clearly a sequel to the ''books'' and has nothing to do with the Disney version, Rabbit does at one point mention the sensibility of growing vegetables; something he is never mentioned as doing in Milne's books but is a big staple of his character in the Disney adaptations.

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* ShoutOut: RetCanon: While this is very clearly a sequel to the ''books'' and has nothing to do with the Disney version, Rabbit does at one point mention the sensibility of growing vegetables; something he is never mentioned as doing in Milne's books but is a big staple of his character in the Disney adaptations.



* BookDumb: Arguably the highest form of intelligence in the Hundred Acre Wood. Eeyore and Kanga have the most plausible in regards to wisdom and basic common sense, but in terms of general knowledge seem near equally childlike and convinced of [[KnowNothingKnowItAll Rabbit and Owl's]] superiority as [[TheDitz Pooh]].
* ABoyAndHisX: A Boy and His Bear.

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* BookDumb: Arguably the The highest form of intelligence in the Hundred Acre Wood. Eeyore and Kanga have the most plausible in regards to wisdom and basic common sense, but in terms of general knowledge seem near equally childlike and convinced of [[KnowNothingKnowItAll Rabbit and Owl's]] superiority as [[TheDitz Pooh]].
* %%* ABoyAndHisX: A Boy and His Bear.



** Also Roo later.

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** %%** Also Roo later.



* CheerfulChild: Again, Roo.
* TheChewToy: Rabbit, oh so very much.

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* %%* CheerfulChild: Again, Roo.
* %%* TheChewToy: Rabbit, oh so very much.



** Again, anyone except Eeyore, Tigger especially.

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** %%** Again, anyone except Eeyore, Tigger especially.



* DysfunctionJunction

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* %%* DysfunctionJunction



* MotorMouth: Owl

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* %%* MotorMouth: Owl



* SmallNameBigEgo: Tigger and Rabbit.

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* %%* SmallNameBigEgo: Tigger and Rabbit.



* ChainOfPeople

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* %%* ChainOfPeople



* {{Determinator}}: Pooh and Tigger, in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'' and ''The Tigger Movie'' respectively.

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* %%* {{Determinator}}: Pooh and Tigger, in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'' and ''The Tigger Movie'' respectively.



** The song "Adventure is a Wonderful Thing" from ''Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin''.

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** %%** The song "Adventure is a Wonderful Thing" from ''Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin''.



** Also "The Horribly Hazardous Heffalumps" in the Heffalump movie.

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** %%** Also "The Horribly Hazardous Heffalumps" in the Heffalump movie.



* PaperThinDisguise: In ''The Tigger Movie'', the others pretending to be Tigger's tigger family.

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* PaperThinDisguise: PaperThinDisguise:
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In ''The Tigger Movie'', the others pretending to be Tigger's tigger family.


* ''Disney/PigletsBigMovie'' (2003): Follows [[EnsembleDarkhorse Piglet]] on his journey to get more respect from the others. While it's mostly an original story like ''Tigger'', it adapts three stories from the original books as flashbacks (which is arguably the best thing about the movie).
* ''Disney/PoohsHeffalumpMovie'' (2005): The feared [[DesignatedVillain Heffalumps]] turn out to be RealAfterAll, sending the Hundred Acre Wood residents into a panic. However, [[KidAppealCharacter Roo]] discovers during the adventure that the Heffalumps may not be as bad as they seem.

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* ''Disney/PigletsBigMovie'' (2003): Follows [[EnsembleDarkhorse Piglet]] Piglet on his journey to get more respect from the others. While it's mostly an original story like ''Tigger'', it adapts three stories from the original books as flashbacks (which is arguably the best thing about the movie).
* ''Disney/PoohsHeffalumpMovie'' ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'' (2005): The feared [[DesignatedVillain Heffalumps]] Heffalumps turn out to be RealAfterAll, sending the Hundred Acre Wood residents into a panic. However, [[KidAppealCharacter Roo]] discovers during the adventure that the Heffalumps may not be as bad as they seem.


* ''Winnie The Pooh's Rumbly Tumbly Adventure'' [[/index]](2005, GCN, [=PS2=], GBA) -- sort of a spiritual sequel to ''Big Game'' using the same engine (sans GBA version) and gameplay style. Except you play as Pooh instead of Piglet. Occasionally, you play as [[TheEeyore Eeyore]] and collect all of whatever needs required gathering; Piglet, who plays as he did in Big Game, and Tigger, who also plays like he did in Big Game. Unfortunately, this one is much easier and shorter. Sometimes, Pooh will be chased as well, and you must pop a balloon to scare away his pursuers. Heffalumps and Woozles, of course. Strangely, this game was made to promote ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'' and portrays Heffalumps as evil much like normal.[[index]]

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* ''Winnie The Pooh's Rumbly Tumbly Adventure'' ''VideoGame/WinnieThePoohsRumblyTumblyAdventure'' [[/index]](2005, GCN, [=PS2=], GBA) -- sort of a spiritual sequel to ''Big Game'' using the same engine (sans GBA version) and gameplay style. Except you play as Pooh instead of Piglet. Occasionally, you play as [[TheEeyore Eeyore]] and collect all of whatever needs required gathering; Piglet, who plays as he did in Big Game, and Tigger, who also plays like he did in Big Game. Unfortunately, this one is much easier and shorter. Sometimes, Pooh will be chased as well, and you must pop a balloon to scare away his pursuers. Heffalumps and Woozles, of course. Strangely, this game was made to promote ''Pooh's Heffalump Movie'' and portrays Heffalumps as evil much like normal.[[index]]


** Piglet wears a green suit in the book illustrations, which is changed to magenta in Disney's version.



* IfYouCanReadThis: You can usually find some interesting bonus content by reading the ''Pooh'' storybook pages seen in both the films and ''The Book of Pooh''. They're seen in the ''KingdomHearts'' games too.

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* IfYouCanReadThis: You can usually find some interesting bonus content by reading the ''Pooh'' storybook pages seen in both the films and ''The Book of Pooh''. They're seen in the ''KingdomHearts'' ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' games too.


* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: When Roo tells the Super Sleuths that he lost his dinosaur ([[spoiler:It turns out to be a stuffed toy dinosaur.]]), Tigger decides that since dinosaurs lived "a bajillion years ago", the Super Sleuths just have to do what people did a bajillion years ago. As such, the Super Sleuths become the Caveman Sleuths. [[SarcasmMode Yeah, because people (and Tiggers and Pooh Bears) lived at the same time as dinosaurs, they were just way less advanced. And spoke using cavemen speech.]]
* BagOfHolding: In ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'', this is how Santa is able to carry all of his presents at once - he has a magic bag that holds them all. The main thrust of the film is journey to bring it back to him after he accidentally drops it while flying over the Hundred Acre Wood.
* BaitAndSwitchComment: In ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'', Rabbit spends much of the movie waxing rhapsodic about all the advanced organization and planning that Santa must need in order to get all the presents delivered, so his reaction to learning that it's mostly down just to magic comes as a bit of a surprise...
-->'''Rabbit''': You... you mean there's no inventory list? No tracking system? No routing strategy? It's all just magic? ... ... That's wonderful!
* BarefootCartoonAnimal
** Lampshaded in ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'' when Pooh sings, "And it seems that you can't wear / Just one shoe, you need a pair / Even if I wore them, which I don't, I couldn't."
** Earlier in the same film, Rabbit chastises Piglet for sweeping when it's supposed to be dishwashing time. As he leaves, he says that he'll be back at Piglet's for "sock-sorting time."
-->'''Piglet''': But I don't wear socks!
* BlindWithoutEm: Porcupine
* BrokenAesop: In "Super Duper Super Sleuths", it seemed that the message they wanted to convey was that it's important to use your brain to solve a problem same as any other episode of the show. Yet, when the Super Sleuths get superpowers, they suddenly have a much easier time solving all of their cases. It's only ''after'' they lose their superpowers that they're forced to start truly thinking again.
* ChristmasEpisode: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie''
* DarkReprise: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'' has "Christmas Isn't Coming," a sad reprise of the special's opening number "Christmas Comes Tomorrow," performed after the Sleuths and the rest of the cast, sans Darby, have given up the quest to reach the North Pole as hopeless.
* DoItYourselfThemeTune: Starting in Season 2, Darby sings the theme song in place of Kay Hanley.
* DramaticIrony: Sometimes used and it makes ''no sense whatsoever'' when combined with FakeInteractivity. Actually played with in "Darby's Super Sleuth Surprise" when Rabbit asks for our cooperation to keep a SurpriseParty a secret from the Sleuths.
* EveryEpisodeEnding: "This Mystery Is History!"
* FantasyHelmetEnforcement
* FreakyFridayFlip: In "The Tiglet and Pigger Switcher Roo", Roo's magic trick causes Piglet and Tigger to switch personalities.
* IReadItForTheArticles: Used in-universe. Rabbit, hilariously, regarding the magazine ''Rutabaga Monthly'' in ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Magazine''.
* IrisOut: This is the standard method of closing episodes of the show, though Tigger will sometimes play around with it. Also, in "How to Say I Love Roo," the iris in the shape of a heart, closing in on Kanga and Roo hugging.
* KidDetective: The series is all about six-year-old Darby leading the Super Sleuths on their sleuthing adventures.
* LeavingFoodForSanta: In ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'', Rabbit leaves out artichokes for Santa and carrots for his deer.
* LimitedWardrobe
** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] like crazy in "Pooh Loses His Shirt." When Pooh loses his signature red shirt and it becomes the mystery of the day, Tigger says that he has an easy solution. They'll just search Pooh's closet, since surely Pooh must have a bunch of them. Wrong. It turns out that Pooh only has the ''one'' red shirt and washes it every evening then hangs it out to dry before going to bed. Later in the episode, when it's suggested that he wear a different shirt, Pooh comments that his red shirt just "feels right" on him.
** In "Piglet's Wish Upon a Star," however, Piglet is shown doing laundry having hung up five identical copies of his standard pink jumpsuit on a clothesline, with several additional ones in a laundry basket nearby.
* {{Meganekko}}: Porcupine
* {{Mondegreen}}: More of a meta example, really, but closed-captioning in the first season and on some DVD releases gave a line in the theme song as "With so much in the world to discover." The line was actually "With so much in the Wood to discover," the Wood specifically being the Hundred Acre Wood.
* TheMusical: "Tigger & Pooh and a Musical, Too"
* PaperThinDisguise: The Super Sleuth outfits worn by Tigger and Pooh normally wouldn't be an example, as they aren't actually trying to hide their identities. Lumpy, however, refuses to accept them as being Tigger and Pooh when they're in their outfits, even when Darby tells him that it's just them. (See RunningGag below.) He presumably recognizes her because her only special Super Sleuth apparel is a cap with the question mark logo of the Sleuths on it.
* PowerGlows: In the special "Super Duper Super Sleuths", a [[AppliedPhlebotinum glowing rock]] that fell from the sky causes Rabbit's vegetables to grow huge. When the Super Sleuths eat the vegetables, they gain superpowers. Tigger gets super-strength, Pooh gets super-sight, Darby is able to fly and Buster has super digging powers. When the rock stops glowing, it signifies that its power is gone. All of the vegetables shrink back to normal size, and the Super Sleuths lose their powers.
* PreciousPuppy: Buster. Nominally, he's part of the Super Sleuths, but most of the time his job consists of simply hanging around and being cute.
* RemovableShell: Turtle has this and when he and Rabbit re-create the historic race between their grandparents, ala ''Literature/TheTortoiseAndTheHare'', he removes it and gains a great boost in speed, becoming about the same speed as Rabbit. In the end, after they both end up calling the Super Sleuths to help the other, they end the race in a tie... just as their grandparents did.
* RunningGag: There's a small running gag that Lumpy is apparently unable to recognize Tigger and Pooh so long as they're wearing their Super Sleuth outfits. Even when Darby tells him they're just Tigger and Pooh, he insists she's pulling his leg.
* SavingChristmas: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'' is about the Super Sleuths and most of the rest of the cast going on a quest to bring Holly the reindeer back to the North Pole after she finds Santa's magic sack of toys, which he dropped while flying over the Hundred Acre Wood.
* ScreenTap: At the end of the "One Big Happy Family" song in ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'', Buster licks the screen.
* ShoutOut: In the episode "It's Eeyore's Birthday" the gang present Eeyore with [[ParentalBonus red balloons]] of which Tigger claims there are 99.
* SmellySkunk: Skunk hardly ever sprays and only when he's really scared, just like real skunks. But just being able to is important to him because that's what skunks do, and when he first appears, he actually angsts over it. Even ''he'' didn't know the real reason why skunks stink at first.
* SoProudOfYou: In "You're a Big Boy, Roo," Roo is tasked with delivering a pouch watch to Kanga, but loses it. The Super Sleuths help him find it, but afterwards he has to decide whether or not to tell her that he lost it, afraid she won't think him a big boy. Instead, she says she's proud of him for telling the truth and that she knows he's growing up.
* SpotlightStealingTitle: A rather unusual case in that said spotlight-stealer isn't actually ''in'' the title, at least, assuming one is considering it to be Darby and not the fact of Tigger being given equal billing in the title. No, it's Pooh and Tigger in the title, but it's ''My Friends'', and it's Darby who's the "My."
* SurpriseParty: This is the subject of "Darby's Super Sleuth Surprise" - Rabbit is putting together a surprise party with the rest of the Hundred Acre Wood for the Super Sleuths - Darby, Pooh, Tigger and Buster.
* TheEndOrIsIt: ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'' ends with a voiceover of Pooh, Darby and Tigger saying "The End" over a streamer in the sky that reads this, followed by Tigger humorously asking, "Or is it?"
* ThemeTuneRollCall & TitleThemeTune: "''And if I need help on the way / Buster might save the day, or Piglet, Lumpy or Roo / Eeyore has a paw to lend / Rabbit's got an ear to bend / Now all we're missing is you! ... ... With my friends Tigger & Pooh. / Darby, Tigger and Pooh...''"
* ThisIsMySide: Down with the entire Hundred Acre Wood by Tigger and Rabbit in "Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too" forcing everyone but Darby and Buster to pick sides.
* VisibleOdor: In "Beaver Gets Skunked," Skunk's stinky spray that upsets Beaver so much is depicted as a noxious cloud of green odor.
* WasntThatFun: In "Buster's Bath", when the group can't persuade Buster to take a bath, they decide to try hosing him down. This results in a madcap scenario in which the water builds up because Eeyore is sitting on the hose, then when it all gets released, Piglet goes up in the air with the hose and it sprays around wildly. At the end of the whole thing, Roo exclaims, "Let's do that again!"
* WholePlotReference: "Rabbit and Turtle's Re-Run" is one for ''Literature/TheTortoiseAndTheHare''. Apparently, the story was about their grandfathers and they re-enact it to find out how it really ended.

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: When Roo tells the Super Sleuths that he lost his dinosaur ([[spoiler:It turns out to be a stuffed toy dinosaur.]]), Tigger decides that since dinosaurs lived "a bajillion years ago", the Super Sleuths just have to do what people did a bajillion years ago. As such, the Super Sleuths become the Caveman Sleuths. [[SarcasmMode Yeah, because people (and Tiggers and Pooh Bears) lived at the same time as dinosaurs, they were just way less advanced. And spoke using cavemen speech.]]
* BagOfHolding: In ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'', this is how Santa is able to carry all of his presents at once - he has a magic bag that holds them all. The main thrust of the film is journey to bring it back to him after he accidentally drops it while flying over the Hundred Acre Wood.
* BaitAndSwitchComment: In ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'', Rabbit spends much of the movie waxing rhapsodic about all the advanced organization and planning that Santa must need in order to get all the presents delivered, so his reaction to learning that it's mostly down just to magic comes as a bit of a surprise...
-->'''Rabbit''': You... you mean there's no inventory list? No tracking system? No routing strategy? It's all just magic? ... ... That's wonderful!
* BarefootCartoonAnimal
** Lampshaded in ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'' when Pooh sings, "And it seems that you can't wear / Just one shoe, you need a pair / Even if I wore them, which I don't, I couldn't."
** Earlier in the same film, Rabbit chastises Piglet for sweeping when it's supposed to be dishwashing time. As he leaves, he says that he'll be back at Piglet's for "sock-sorting time."
-->'''Piglet''': But I don't wear socks!
* BlindWithoutEm: Porcupine
* BrokenAesop: In "Super Duper Super Sleuths", it seemed that the message they wanted to convey was that it's important to use your brain to solve a problem same as any other episode of the show. Yet, when the Super Sleuths get superpowers, they suddenly have a much easier time solving all of their cases. It's only ''after'' they lose their superpowers that they're forced to start truly thinking again.
* ChristmasEpisode: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie''
* DarkReprise: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'' has "Christmas Isn't Coming," a sad reprise of the special's opening number "Christmas Comes Tomorrow," performed after the Sleuths and the rest of the cast, sans Darby, have given up the quest to reach the North Pole as hopeless.
* DoItYourselfThemeTune: Starting in Season 2, Darby sings the theme song in place of Kay Hanley.
* DramaticIrony: Sometimes used and it makes ''no sense whatsoever'' when combined with FakeInteractivity. Actually played with in "Darby's Super Sleuth Surprise" when Rabbit asks for our cooperation to keep a SurpriseParty a secret from the Sleuths.
* EveryEpisodeEnding: "This Mystery Is History!"
* FantasyHelmetEnforcement
* FreakyFridayFlip: In "The Tiglet and Pigger Switcher Roo", Roo's magic trick causes Piglet and Tigger to switch personalities.
* IReadItForTheArticles: Used in-universe. Rabbit, hilariously, regarding the magazine ''Rutabaga Monthly'' in ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Magazine''.
* IrisOut: This is the standard method of closing episodes of the show, though Tigger will sometimes play around with it. Also, in "How to Say I Love Roo," the iris in the shape of a heart, closing in on Kanga and Roo hugging.
* KidDetective: The series is all about six-year-old Darby leading the Super Sleuths on their sleuthing adventures.
* LeavingFoodForSanta: In ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'', Rabbit leaves out artichokes for Santa and carrots for his deer.
* LimitedWardrobe
** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] like crazy in "Pooh Loses His Shirt." When Pooh loses his signature red shirt and it becomes the mystery of the day, Tigger says that he has an easy solution. They'll just search Pooh's closet, since surely Pooh must have a bunch of them. Wrong. It turns out that Pooh only has the ''one'' red shirt and washes it every evening then hangs it out to dry before going to bed. Later in the episode, when it's suggested that he wear a different shirt, Pooh comments that his red shirt just "feels right" on him.
** In "Piglet's Wish Upon a Star," however, Piglet is shown doing laundry having hung up five identical copies of his standard pink jumpsuit on a clothesline, with several additional ones in a laundry basket nearby.
* {{Meganekko}}: Porcupine
* {{Mondegreen}}: More of a meta example, really, but closed-captioning in the first season and on some DVD releases gave a line in the theme song as "With so much in the world to discover." The line was actually "With so much in the Wood to discover," the Wood specifically being the Hundred Acre Wood.
* TheMusical: "Tigger & Pooh and a Musical, Too"
* PaperThinDisguise: The Super Sleuth outfits worn by Tigger and Pooh normally wouldn't be an example, as they aren't actually trying to hide their identities. Lumpy, however, refuses to accept them as being Tigger and Pooh when they're in their outfits, even when Darby tells him that it's just them. (See RunningGag below.) He presumably recognizes her because her only special Super Sleuth apparel is a cap with the question mark logo of the Sleuths on it.
* PowerGlows: In the special "Super Duper Super Sleuths", a [[AppliedPhlebotinum glowing rock]] that fell from the sky causes Rabbit's vegetables to grow huge. When the Super Sleuths eat the vegetables, they gain superpowers. Tigger gets super-strength, Pooh gets super-sight, Darby is able to fly and Buster has super digging powers. When the rock stops glowing, it signifies that its power is gone. All of the vegetables shrink back to normal size, and the Super Sleuths lose their powers.
* PreciousPuppy: Buster. Nominally, he's part of the Super Sleuths, but most of the time his job consists of simply hanging around and being cute.
* RemovableShell: Turtle has this and when he and Rabbit re-create the historic race between their grandparents, ala ''Literature/TheTortoiseAndTheHare'', he removes it and gains a great boost in speed, becoming about the same speed as Rabbit. In the end, after they both end up calling the Super Sleuths to help the other, they end the race in a tie... just as their grandparents did.
* RunningGag: There's a small running gag that Lumpy is apparently unable to recognize Tigger and Pooh so long as they're wearing their Super Sleuth outfits. Even when Darby tells him they're just Tigger and Pooh, he insists she's pulling his leg.
* SavingChristmas: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'' is about the Super Sleuths and most of the rest of the cast going on a quest to bring Holly the reindeer back to the North Pole after she finds Santa's magic sack of toys, which he dropped while flying over the Hundred Acre Wood.
* ScreenTap: At the end of the "One Big Happy Family" song in ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'', Buster licks the screen.
* ShoutOut: In the episode "It's Eeyore's Birthday" the gang present Eeyore with [[ParentalBonus red balloons]] of which Tigger claims there are 99.
* SmellySkunk: Skunk hardly ever sprays and only when he's really scared, just like real skunks. But just being able to is important to him because that's what skunks do, and when he first appears, he actually angsts over it. Even ''he'' didn't know the real reason why skunks stink at first.
* SoProudOfYou: In "You're a Big Boy, Roo," Roo is tasked with delivering a pouch watch to Kanga, but loses it. The Super Sleuths help him find it, but afterwards he has to decide whether or not to tell her that he lost it, afraid she won't think him a big boy. Instead, she says she's proud of him for telling the truth and that she knows he's growing up.
* SpotlightStealingTitle: A rather unusual case in that said spotlight-stealer isn't actually ''in'' the title, at least, assuming one is considering it to be Darby and not the fact of Tigger being given equal billing in the title. No, it's Pooh and Tigger in the title, but it's ''My Friends'', and it's Darby who's the "My."
* SurpriseParty: This is the subject of "Darby's Super Sleuth Surprise" - Rabbit is putting together a surprise party with the rest of the Hundred Acre Wood for the Super Sleuths - Darby, Pooh, Tigger and Buster.
* TheEndOrIsIt: ''Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too'' ends with a voiceover of Pooh, Darby and Tigger saying "The End" over a streamer in the sky that reads this, followed by Tigger humorously asking, "Or is it?"
* ThemeTuneRollCall & TitleThemeTune: "''And if I need help on the way / Buster might save the day, or Piglet, Lumpy or Roo / Eeyore has a paw to lend / Rabbit's got an ear to bend / Now all we're missing is you! ... ... With my friends Tigger & Pooh. / Darby, Tigger and Pooh...''"
* ThisIsMySide: Down with the entire Hundred Acre Wood by Tigger and Rabbit in "Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too" forcing everyone but Darby and Buster to pick sides.
* VisibleOdor: In "Beaver Gets Skunked," Skunk's stinky spray that upsets Beaver so much is depicted as a noxious cloud of green odor.
* WasntThatFun: In "Buster's Bath", when the group can't persuade Buster to take a bath, they decide to try hosing him down. This results in a madcap scenario in which the water builds up because Eeyore is sitting on the hose, then when it all gets released, Piglet goes up in the air with the hose and it sprays around wildly. At the end of the whole thing, Roo exclaims, "Let's do that again!"
* WholePlotReference: "Rabbit and Turtle's Re-Run" is one for ''Literature/TheTortoiseAndTheHare''. Apparently, the story was about their grandfathers and they re-enact it to find out how it really ended.
:: ''WesternAnimation/MyFriendsTiggerAndPooh''


* ChristmasEpisode: "Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie"

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* ChristmasEpisode: "Pooh's ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie"Movie''
* DarkReprise: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'' has "Christmas Isn't Coming," a sad reprise of the special's opening number "Christmas Comes Tomorrow," performed after the Sleuths and the rest of the cast, sans Darby, have given up the quest to reach the North Pole as hopeless.


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* SavingChristmas: ''Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie'' is about the Super Sleuths and most of the rest of the cast going on a quest to bring Holly the reindeer back to the North Pole after she finds Santa's magic sack of toys, which he dropped while flying over the Hundred Acre Wood.


* ''[[Disney/WinnieThePooh2011 Winnie the Pooh]]'' (2011) -- Continuation of the Winnie-the-Pooh franchise, which goes back to A.A. Milne's books to animate stories that weren't done in the original.

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* ''[[Disney/WinnieThePooh2011 Winnie the Pooh]]'' (2011) -- Continuation of the Winnie-the-Pooh ''Winnie the Pooh'' franchise, which goes back to A.A. Milne's books to animate stories that weren't done in the original.

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