Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree
"Oh, Pooh, you messed up my moose!"
- Pooh accidentally ripping his backside during "Up, Down, Touch the Ground".
Pooh: Oh, stuff and fluff.
- The first instance in which a character talks to the Interactive Narrator.
Narrator: Winnie-the-Pooh crawled out of the gorse-bush, brushed the prickles from his nose, and began to think again.
Pooh: Think think think...
Narrator: And the first person he thought of was
Narrator: (laughs) No. Christopher Robin.
- "Tut tut, looks like rain! Tut tut, looks like rain!"
- Pooh, while spitting bees out of his mouth, kicks one bee, causing it to fall in the mud. That bee once it clears its eyes proceeds to retaliate and get Pooh's butt stuck in the beehive opening.
- And the bee is still laughing while a swarm of bees is chasing Pooh.
- The Running Gag of Gopher falling down his self-dug holes.
Gopher: And I'm a dingdang glad of it!
- Pooh sneezing and causing Rabbit's decorations to fly onto him.
Rabbit: Why did I ever invite that bear to lunch? Why, oh why, oh Why?
- And before that, Rabbit trying to make Pooh's bottom like a moose trophy, but it tickles, and Pooh giggles and wriggles as Rabbit draws the mouth, making it all crooked.
Rabbit: Oh Pooh, you messed up my moose!
(cut to Pooh on the other side wearing a similar expression as the "moose")
- Reportedly, Rabbit decorating Pooh's bottom was Walt's favorite scene.
- When Rabbit overhears Gopher offering honey to Pooh, he yells, "Honey?! OH NO!" He then begins to run outside, only to trip over a chair with a rather priceless expression.
- And shortly after stopping Pooh from eating honey and telling him that he'll taste it for him, Rabbit leaves and then comes back to hammer a sign that says, "Don't Feed The Bear" with his own fist, saying, "DON'T! FEED! THE! BEAR!"
- At the beginning of the scene, Pooh is sleeping like a baby, while on the other side, Rabbit is sitting there completely stressed with eyes wide open.
- "Christopher Robin, I have come to a very important decision. These are the wrong sorts of bees!"
- Christoper Robin is asking why Pooh rolled around in the mud. Pooh says in a completely matter-of-fact way "I'm a little black rain cloud, of course." It's the way that Pooh says it that really helps to sell the punchline.
- Rabbit and the gang launching Pooh clean into the air when they finally force him out of the rabbit hole.
: Ssssufferin' sssassafrassss! He's sssssailin' clean out of the book! QUICK! TURN THE PAGE! (The narrator turns the page, causing Pooh to SLAM into the honey tree, sending the bees fleeing in a panic)
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
"What's a Pooh?" "You're sitting on one."
- Pooh and Piglet are blown onto Owl's window.
Owl: Well, I say now. Someone has pasted Piglet on my window.
(Pooh slams into the window as well and smiles)
- The rest of the scene involves Pooh and Piglet being thrown across Owl's room, while Owl is oblivious to the severity of the storm outside and keeps rambling on about his family. Hilarity Ensues.
- If you pay attention to that scene, the tree falls down exactly in the direction Pooh was sitting in Owl's dining room. So, as antique and fragile as the tree was already, it might have been Pooh's fault actually, making that scene's last lines funnier.
Owl: Pooh, did you do that?
(Pooh stays silent for a second before answering)
Pooh: I don't think so.
- Pooh introduces himself to Tigger
Tigger: What's a Pooh?
- From the "Heffalumps and Woozles" sequence: They come in stripes or polka-dots!
- Also the bit at the end of the marching band bit, where the marching heffalump accidentally steps all over one of the woozles.
- Tigger's interaction with his reflection, complete with scaring himself and ducking under the table.
- Gopher's brief appearance during the blanket toss of Piglet and Pooh during "Hip Hip Pooh-ray!".
Gopher: What's all that ssssstompin' and sssssingin' and sssssilly ssssshenaniga (gets pushed down by blanket) WUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHH!!!
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too
- Pooh sleeping during Rabbit's conference, claiming to have a little "fluff" stuck in his ear.
- Then when Rabbit asks him where he should start from, Pooh says "when the fluff got in my ear." Then when Rabbit asks him when that was, Pooh gives the doubly unhelpful response of "I don't know, I couldn't hear properly."
- Right after they successfully hide from Tigger, Rabbit tells Pooh and Piglet that it's time to go home. Pooh proceeds to obliviously step on Rabbit and walk across his flattened body(!) as he exits the hollow tree stump thinking about lunch.
- Tigger tugging on his own tail while being "lost".
- For that matter, Rabbit's hilarious Hoist by His Own Petard moment in the woods, trying to get Tigger lost and losing the way himself. To top it all off, it turns out that Tiggers don't get lost, so the whole mess was All for Nothing.
- "I almost bounced clear out of the book!"
- Roo swinging on Tigger's tail and singing a little rhyme about it, all while poor Tigger is getting "see-sick from seeing too much".
Roo: Don't swing on a string,
It's much too frail!
The best kind of swing
Is a Tigger's tail!
Tigger: Stop that, kid! Please! S-T-O-P, STOP! You're rockin' the forest!
- How do they get Tigger down? The Narrator tilts the book sideways.
Winnie the Pooh and A Day For Eeyore
- Piglet attempts to knock someone's door, at which point Pooh arrives and offers to knock for him:
Pooh: Well. Whoever lives here certainly takes a long time answering his door.
Piglet: B-b-b-b-but Pooh, isn't this your house?
- Piglet comes to Eeyore revealing he brought him a present. Eeyore faints.
- Tigger's persistent denial that he bounced Eeyore, complete with a very hammy recreation of him allegedly "coughing him" during the ordeal. Especially since despite Tigger's defensiveness, only Rabbit seems to particularly persecute Tigger over it. At one point Roo even happily interjects if Tigger could bounce him next.
- Piglet trips and lands on top of the balloon he wanted to give Eeyore for his birthday. But then... POP! Everything blacks out, then we fade in to Piglet on the ground covering his eyes and besides what remains of the balloon.