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Recap / The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

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Season One

  • 1.Pooh Oughta Be in Pictures: After a trip to the movies, Pooh and Tigger attempt to film their own movie, but Piglet is overwhelmed by his fears during production.
  • 2A.Friend, In Deed: When Rabbit tries to pull a prank on Pooh after feeling the bear takes too much honey from him, Pooh misunderstands and believes Rabbit is moving away.
  • 2B.Donkey for a Day: After watching him sit alone on a hilltop, the group tries to cheer Eeyore up.
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  • 3A.There's No Camp Like Home: Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger run afoul of a Heffalump family during a camping trip, but Piglet realizes they have more in common than they thought.
  • 3B.Balloonatics: Pooh borrows a balloon from Christopher Robin, but the others quickly try to take it for their own.
  • 4.Find Her, Keep Her: Rabbit adopts a baby bird named Kessie, only to find some of the terrible truths that come with parenthood.
  • 5.The Piglet Who Would Be King: Piglet is ushered into a quest to find the fabled Land of Milk and Honey by Rabbit and Tigger.
  • 6.Cleanliness is Next to Impossible: Christopher Robin realizes that his messiness has gotten out of control when he and his friends are trapped in the fantasy world beneath his bed.
  • 7.The Great Honey Pot Robbery: War breaks out in the Hundred Acre Wood between the group and the heffalump and woozle duo Heff and Stan.
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  • 8A.Stripes: Tigger's stripes disappear after a bath, leading him to have an identity crisis.
  • 8B.Monkey See, Monkey Do Better: The group gets into a competition with a new toy named Bruno who vows to replace them as Christopher Robin's best friend.
  • 9.Babysitter Blues: Christopher Robin and the group wreak havoc while under the care of a babysitter, only for Christopher to realize the pains of being responsible when he has to babysit Roo.
  • 10.How Much is That Rabbit in the Window?: Rabbit believes the others have forgotten his birthday and runs away, only to end up for sale in an antique shop.
  • 11A.Nothing but the Tooth: Pooh and the group find themselves victims of the thieving Pack Rats.
  • 11B.Gone with the Wind: Piglet becomes so afraid of the wind blowing him away that he refuses to leave his home.
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  • 12.Paw and Order: The gang puts on a western-style play in which Sheriff Piglet contends with the threat of the outlaw Nasty Jack.
  • 13A.Honey for a Bunny: Seeking a missing mate to a bookend, Rabbit goes to extreme measures to gather honey to barter it from Pooh.
  • 13B.Trap as Trap Can: Pooh and Piglet help Junior Heffalump with his trapping skills.
  • 14A.The Masked Offender: Tigger tries his hand at becoming a swashbuckling hero.
  • 14B.Things That Go Piglet in the Night: A mysterious noise in the middle of the night gets the gang in a panic as they investigate the cause.
  • 15A.Luck Amok: Rabbit breaks a mirror and begins to suffer a string of bad luck.
  • 15B.Magic Earmuffs: During an ice hockey game, Piglet borrows Christopher Robin's earmuffs, believing they'll help him skate.
  • 16.The Wishing Bear: Pooh teaches his friends about Christopher Robin's wishing star, but when the star apparently disappears, he resolves to make their wishes come true himself.
  • 17A.King of the Beasties: Discovering Tiggers are related to lions, Tigger declares himself king of the Hundred Acre Wood.
  • 17B.The Rats Who Came to Dinner: During the flood of the century, Pooh takes in the Pack Rats, who try to repay his hospitality with mixed results.
  • 18A.My Hero: Believing Piglet has saved his life, Tigger pledges himself as Piglet's eternal servant.
  • 18B.Owl Feathers: Rabbit believes Owl is going bald, putting a dent in Owl's confidence.
  • 19A.A Very, Very Large Animal: The group tricks Piglet into believing he has suddenly grown very large.
  • 19B.Fish Out of Water: The Wood is overrun by a mass migration of trout, flooding Gopher's tunnels.
  • 20A.Lights Out: Rabbit accidentally loses Gopher's helmet flashlight, so Pooh, accused of losing it, leads an expedition into the darkness of Gopher's tunnels to find it.
  • 20B.Tigger's Shoes: Rabbit plays a prank on Tigger that goes too far when he gives him bouncing shoes that are weighed down.
  • 21A.The "New" Eeyore: Wanting to become popular, Eeyore tries to emulate Tigger, but finds his efforts are not well-received.
  • 21B.Tigger, Private Ear: Tigger tries to become a detective, but soon resorts to creating crimes to solve.
  • 22A.Party Poohper: Rabbit's control freak tendencies run amuck when he tries to prepare a party for his massive family.
  • 22B.The Old Switcheroo: Tigger tries to help Roo escape a bath.

Season Two

  • 1A.Me and My Shadow: Piglet befriends his shadow when it comes to life.
  • 1B.To Catch a Hiccup: Pooh and the group try to help Piglet get rid of his hiccups.
  • 2A.Rabbit Marks the Spot: Tired of Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Gopher's pirate adventures rampaging through his garden, Rabbit tries to play a trick on them.
  • 2B.Good-bye, Mr. Pooh: The group mistakenly believes Pooh is moving away, which results in Pooh being homeless when Eeyore moves into his home.
  • 3A.Bubble Trouble: Pooh is trapped inside of a giant bubble on a windy day.
  • 3B.Groundpiglet Day: After a calendar mistake, Piglet is forced to become the local groundhog to predict the upcoming end of winter.
  • 4.All's Well That Ends Wishing Well: Declaring today to be his first birthday, Tigger begins wishing for everything, leading the gang on a fantastical journey into the wishing well.
  • 5.Un-Valentine's Day: Rabbit imposes a ban on Valentine's Day, but when someone leaves a Valentine for Pooh anyway, soon the Wood descends into chaos as the residents begin sending each other Valentines.
  • 6A.No Rabbit's a Fortress: Rabbit builds a massive fortress around his garden to keep his friends out, only to realize he's locked himself in.
  • 6B.The Monster Frankenpooh: Tigger hijacks Piglet's not-so-scary story about a giant monster Pooh Bear created by Dr. Von Piglet.
  • 7A.Where, Oh Where Has My Piglet Gone?: Pooh's bad habit of misplacing things comes back to bite him when he believes he's lost Piglet.
  • 7B.Up, Up and Awry: Eeyore tries to help Pooh achieve his dreams of flying.
  • 8A.Eeyore's Tail Tale: Eeyore decides to part ways with his tail, but when the others begin using the tail for their own ends, Tigger, Private Ear returns to solve a mystery.
  • 8B.Three Little Piglets: The group tries to tell the story of the Three Little Pigs, but between Pooh's hunger for honey, Piglet's meekness, and Tigger's lack of focus, it quickly spirals into chaos.
  • 9A.Prize Piglet: Tigger, Eeyore, Rabbit, and Gopher mount a race throughout the Hundred Acre Wood.
  • 9B.Fast Friends: Pooh puts on a pair of skates to try to become faster.
  • 10A.Pooh Moon: During a camping trip, Pooh and Piglet believe they've been launched to the moon, while the others search for them amidst the threat of the "Grab-Me-Gotcha".
  • 10B.Caws and Effect: Pooh is tricked by the crows into helping raid Rabbit's garden.

Season Three

  • 1A.Oh, Bottle: The Pack Rats try to steal a message in a bottle that the group is struggling to interpret.
  • 1B.Owl in the Family: The crows trick Owl into believing they are his distant relatives so they can sponge food off of him.
  • 2A.Sham Pooh: When Pooh is too full to eat anymore, the others believe that the real Pooh is missing, leading to a chain of mistaken identities.
  • 2B.Rock-a-Bye Pooh Bear: Piglet refuses to sleep out of fear of a nightmare about losing his friends coming true.
  • 3A.What's the Score, Pooh?: The group's ball game wreaks havoc throughout the Hundred Acre Wood.
  • 3B.Tigger's Houseguest: Tigger becomes friends with a tiny flea.
  • 4A.Rabbit Takes a Holiday: When Rabbit takes a trip to visit family, the others try to maintain his garden while he's away, with disastrous results.
  • 4B.Eeyi Eeyi Eeyore: Eeyore is forced to take over Rabbit's garden when the others believe he's a better gardener than Rabbit.
  • 5.Pooh Skies: The end of the world appears nigh when Pooh believes he's broken off a piece of the sky.
  • 6A.April Pooh: Pooh and friends find themselves falling victim to a series of mysterious pranks.
  • 6B.To Bee or Not to Bee: Rabbit leads the group into battle against a hive of bees.
  • 7.A Knight to Remember: During a storm, the group plays a game of chess in Christopher Robin's attic, only for Piglet to find himself a knight tasked with saving a kingdom from a dragon.
  • 8A.Tigger is the Mother of Invention: Tigger shuts himself in trying to create a series of labor-saving inventions.
  • 8B.The Bug Stops Here: Roo and Owl's nephew Dexter befriend a hungry outcast bug.
  • 9A.Easy Come, Easy Gopher: Gopher mounts a massive project to build "the Ultimate Tunnel".
  • 9B.Invasion of the Pooh Snatcher: Tigger believes Pooh has been kidnapped by jagulars.
  • 10A.Tigger Got Your Tongue?: Tigger loses his voice at the same time as Rabbit's vegetables begin disappearing en masse.
  • 10B.A Bird in the Hand: Kessie returns, much to Rabbit's delight, but it soon becomes apparent that the much older Kessie now needs Rabbit a lot less than he needs her.

Season Four

  • 1.Sorry, Wrong Slusher: During a dark night at Christopher Robin's house, the group prepares for a home invasion from the nightmarish "slusher".
  • 2.Grown, but Not Forgotten: When Christopher Robin is invited to a "grown-up" party, the group begins to worry that he will soon grow up and forget about them.
  • 3.A Pooh Day Afternoon: Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet take care of the neighbor's dog for an afternoon.
  • 4.The Good, the Bad, and the Tigger: During playtime with a train, the group imagines Pooh and Tigger have taken a western train hostage.
  • 5.Home Is Where the Home Is: After breaking a family heirloom, Christopher Robin tries to run away, so Eeyore sets out to show him the error of his ways.
  • 6A.Shovel, Shovel, Toil and Trouble: Gopher quickly begins rampaging through the Wood with his new shovel "Lucille".
  • 6B.The Wise Have It: When the group believes that Pooh is very old, they begin taking his advice at face value, believing him to be the wisest of them all.
  • 7A.Cloud, Cloud Go Away: Tigger gets into conflict with a raincloud that begins following him around.
  • 7B.To Dream the Impossible Scheme: Gopher mounts another great construction plan with the help of his great-grandfather.
  • 8A.Piglet's Poohetry: Piglet begins writing poetry, and Tigger ends up in a fantasy where he's at the mercy of Piglet's rhymes.
  • 8B.Owl's Well That Ends Well: Owl begins to sing, but the Wood is less than enthusiastic about it.


  • Note: While only "Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too" is part of the series proper, they were made with the same cast and production values, and often utilise footage from New Adventures episodes to maintain continuity with the show.

  1. Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too: The group writes a letter to Santa for Christmas, but Pooh discovers it has failed to deliver to the North Pole.
  2. Boo To You Too! Winnie the Pooh: Piglet tries to face his fears so he can enjoy Halloween with his friends.
  3. A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving: Rabbit tries to put the group on having a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
  4. Winnie the Pooh: Seasons Of Giving: A compilation movie bringing together And Christmas Too and the episode "Find Her, Keep Her".
  5. Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine For You: Believing Christopher Robin will leave them all due to lovesickness, the group looks for a "love bug" to save their friend.
  6. Winnie the Pooh: Sing A Song With Pooh Bear: A compilation of musical moments from both the original film and New Adventures episodes.
  7. Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year: Another compilation movie that brings And Christmas Too together with an original story about the group trying to honor New Year resolutions by mimicking each other.


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