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Wind Some, Lose Some (Video Treasures version) - Full is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make.

Description

  • Here's the full Video Treasures version of Wind Some, Lose Some, a video released on April 11, 1995. Episodes included in this release: Gone With The Wind, Nothing But The Tooth and How Much Is That Rabbit In The Window?

Opening Previews

  1. Video Treasures FBI Warning
  2. Video Treasures logo (1987-1997)
  3. Wind Some, Lose Some opening logo
  4. The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh intro
  5. Gone With The Wind Title Card
  6. First few seconds of Gone With The Wind

Transcript

  • (We open this video with the Video Treasures FBI Warning)
  • (The 1987-1997 Video Treasures logo appears)
  • (We show the Wind Some, Lose Some opening logo)
  • (Afterwards, we open with the Season 1 intro)
  • Chorus: I gotta get up I've gotta get goin' I'm gonna see a friend of mine (He's round and he's fuzzy, I love him because he's just...) Pooh bear, Winnie the Pooh bear Looking for fun, chasing some honey bees Pooh bear, I know he's out there Rumbly tumbly Climbin' a honey tree Fun never ends for us, we're so adventurous 'Least every now and again But when you're alone, and there's nobody home It's nice to be able To count on a friend like Pooh bear, Winnie the Pooh Bear Wherever you go, oh won't you take me please Pooh Bear, I gotta be the-e-ere It's me and it's you My silly old Winnie the Pooooooooooh.
  • (The Gone With The Wind Title Card appears and we begin this episode)
  • (Wind blowing)
  • (Piglet screaming)
  • Piglet: Oh my g-g-goodness! Whoa. (screams)
  • Pooh: What a blustery morning. It must be Windsday again. Oh bother.
  • (Piglet screams)
  • Pooh: Fuzzy. The wind seems to sound just like Piglet.
  • Piglet: Oh d-d-d-dear. I do hope Rabbit is in the mood for visitors.
  • Rabbit: (sighing) There's nothing cozier than the wind outside. And need nice warm and comfortable inside.
  • (Piglet knocks the door)
  • Rabbit: I wonder who that could be? Is there something I can do for you?
  • Piglet: Yes. Help! Rabbit!
  • Rabbit: Piglet, you come down here at once!
  • Piglet: If I could now, I wouldn't be up. (screaming)
  • Rabbit: Why is this always happen to me?
  • Tigger: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
  • Roo: (laughs) Look mama, the flapjacks are flying.
  • Kanga: Now Roo, don't let your breakfast play with you.
  • Tigger: (eats the pancake) (laughs) Well, it tastes better when it moves.
  • Roo: Look, there's a Piglet on the window.
  • Tigger: Where, where? I don't see any Piglet. Ha, probably just one of the undinfended flying omlete.
  • (Piglet screaming)
  • Piglet: Flying high. Home sweet home.
  • (Crash!)
  • Piglet: I'm never going into that wind again. No, I'm not coming up. It's too dangerous for such very small animals and only very large wind.
  • Tigger: But you can't stay in there forever, Piglet.
  • Pooh: Yes, just listen, Piglet. Doesn't it seem that the wind is a little more windsome and a little less windsome?
  • Piglet: Oh, you think so, Pooh?
  • Pooh: Yes Piglet, I know so. In fact, why don't we open up this window and...?
  • Tigger and Rabbit: No!
  • (Piglet screaming)
  • Pooh: You see, Piglet? Nothing to be worried about. Piglet. Piglet? Hmm. This is more serious than I thought. What we need is a plan to get Piglet out. From under.
  • Tigger: You sure this is gonna to work, buddy bear?
  • Pooh: Of course, Tigger. How come Piglet presist? And once he sees this, there's nothing to worry about.
  • (Pooh knocks the door)
  • Piglet: Who is it?
  • Pooh: It's a telegram for Piglet.
  • Piglet: But Piglet who?
  • Pooh: A Piglet who lives at this house and is hiding under his chair.
  • Piglet: Oh, it must be for me.
  • Tigger: He's falling for it, Pooh boy.
  • Piglet: (grunting) I'm up. I'm coming.
  • Rabbit: Sh, sh, he's coming. He's coming.
  • (Piglet screams)
  • Pooh: Piglet?
  • Rabbit: We'll just have to try another approach. More underhanded worm.or should I say underground?
  • Gopher: Now remember, step close to me. The worse than it telements evasion is losing your bearings.
  • Tigger: We don't lose our Tiggerings or Rabbitings either.
  • Gopher: Enough lolligagging! Time to get to work. It's a long way to tipperaring.
  • Pooh: Tipperary? But Piglet doesn't live in tipperaring.
  • (We view from Gopher's hole)
  • Gopher: Uh, need to make a right
  • (Gopher leads Pooh, Rabbit and Tigger to Piglet's house)
  • Gopher: This is it. Directly into Piglet's house.
  • (We hear a flushing sound)
  • Rabbit: Whatever we do next. I hope it's a little less moist.
  • Pooh: Well, since Piglet's not coming out, and we can't get him out, there's only one thing left to do.
  • Rabbit: You mean...?
  • Pooh: Yes, Rabbit. We must give Piglet a staying inside party. It's like a going away party. Only different.
  • Rabbit: Silly hats. Ooh, ouch!
  • Owl: Ooh, yes. Reminds me of my great uncle Waldo the homing pigeon missed the closet of the front door. Didn't find his way out for three years. (laughs)
  • Tigger: Will you come and join the fun, Piglet?
  • Piglet: Not especially.
  • Gopher: If you ask me, it sounds pretty silly missing your own party.
  • Pooh: He's just being afraid. It's the wind, you know. Piglet, make a wish.
  • Piglet: I wish I never had to come out here again.
  • Roo: Mama, if I hide under the chair, can I eat cake all the time?
  • Kanga: No, dear. You'll have to have ice cream too.
  • Eeyore: Piglet was a good friend. Whenever he bothered to be around.
  • Tigger: Yeah. (sniffs) I'm gonna miss the little guy.
  • Pooh: Piglet, we've a gift to you to remember us by. It's a pinwheel.
  • Piglet: Oh, thank you, Pooh.
  • Rabbit: Are you coming, Pooh?
  • Pooh: Goodbye, Piglet.
  • Piglet: Goodbye, everyone. Goodbye.
  • Rabbit: (sighs) I remember when we used to push Piglet in the swing.
  • Tigger: Yeah, the little guy would be yelling so happy. And he go higher and higher and higher until he just flew out.
  • (Rabbit screams, then crashes)
  • Tigger: I wonder he misses that?
  • Piglet: I do.
  • Tigger: Oh, this sunset's really colorest.
  • Rabbit: Too bad Piglet missed it.
  • Pooh: Good night, Piglet.
  • Piglet: Good night, Pooh Bear. The wind the worse thing before. It's no use. The only thing places under my chair. Oh dear. What's Pooh doing here under this terrible weather?
  • Pooh: Oh, bother...!
  • Piglet: Oh, no!
  • Pooh: Oh my goodness! Oh my goodness, goodness! Oops!
  • Piglet: Pooh!
  • Pooh: Sometimes a scarf is very useful thing to have. Oh!
  • Piglet: Oh, no! I'm coming, Pooh Bear! Hang on, Pooh! Oh! Pooh! Quick, take my hand!
  • Pooh: Thank you, Piglet. Well, Piglet, I was coming to save you from the wind, but you used the wind to save me. It seems the wind's not telling you you're scared anymore.
  • Piglet: Oh, that's true, Pooh.
  • Pooh: Oh, but your going away present is ruined.
  • Piglet: I don't need the going away present anymore. Because I'm back, Pooh. I'm very back.
  • Pooh: I'm glad, Piglet. I'm very glad.
  • (The Nothing But The Tooth title card appears and we begin this episode)
  • (
  • Pooh: (yawns) Oh, my. It's 16:00. Whoops. Oh, bother.
  • Piglet: Good morning, Pooh. Whoa!
  • Pooh: Why hello, Piglet. You're just in time.
  • (Crash!)
  • Piglet: Are you all right, Pooh?
  • Pooh: Yes, I am. This time, see?
  • Piglet: Oh, your watch has no hands.
  • Pooh: That's what makes it so easy to tell time. Ouch!
  • Piglet: Oh, what is it, Pooh?
  • Pooh: It's a marble that it's very much looks like a tooth.
  • Piglet: It's a tooth that looks very much like a tooth. Where'd it come from?
  • Pooh: I don't know, Piglet. I just bumped into the wall and here it was. No, here it was. Actually, it's very good at being found, Piglet. I'll prove it. I choose...this one. Oh, bother. Uh, you choose, Piglet.
  • Piglet: Uh, this one?
  • Pooh: How'd you know?
  • Piglet: Simple, Pooh. You just look in the last place first. Uh, anyway, we better ask Rabbit about it. You might have knocked out your eye tooth.
  • Pooh: It would be my nose tooth, cause that's what hit the wall.
  • Rabbit: Well, this isn't an eye tooth or an nose tooth.
  • Pooh: Oh, that's a relief.
  • Rabbit: Aha! Have you eaten any honey since you found this?
  • Pooh: Why, no.
  • Rabbit: Then this is your...sweet tooth.
  • Pooh: (gasps)
  • Rabbit: And you won't be able to eat any honey till it's back.
  • Pooh: No honey?! Whatever shall we do?
  • Rabbit: Well, there's only one thing to do. String?
  • Piglet: String.
  • Rabbit: Tooth?
  • Piglet: Tooth.
  • Rabbit: Done. Well, what do you think?
  • Piglet: Rabbit, how only tooth?
  • Rabbit: Never mind, I have a better idea. Sweet potatoes, sweet peas, no better place to plant a sweet tooth and watch it grow.
  • (
  • Rabbit: Unless of course I dug too deep and that tooth fell into one of Gopher's tunnels which I told him a million times not to dig under the garden...!
  • Gopher: Hmm, you were saying?
  • Pooh: We're sorry, Gopher, but we're looking for my sweet tooth.
  • Gopher: Tooth, is it? That thing came dropping out of nowhere till it bustered my helmet. Well, come on then. It's down here my workshop.
  • (
  • Gopher: What's it all the billingballing if you ask me? What's next? Oh, the snappers, what's all the snatch? I keep mine on my bedside. Easier to keep them track em, sonny. Heh. (gasps) I've been robbed! Pack rats! They steal your blind and wallets an exchange. Little varmints! And they get your little tooth too.
  • Pooh: No tooth? No honey!
  • Piglet: Well, they're not very neat thieves, um, perhaps we should follow them?
  • Gopher: You're right, sonny. After them!
  • (
  • Owl: I say, what's all this then? Oh, demolition work, eh? Fascinating. Heaven on once who vistle nest in the top of an elevator. But her life was full of ups and downs.
  • (
  • Owl: Oh, I say. This is a pretty marble. Just what I've been looking for. Yes, well. Sorry I have to barge off. Don't drive me for tea if you ever in the neighborhood. Thank you.
  • Rat: (gasps) Come on come on come on, he's got the tooth!
  • (
  • Gopher: Aha! We're gaining on them! Bring back my stuff!
  • Pooh: And my tooth!
  • Gopher: Hmm. They have to be around here somewhere.
  • Rabbit: Pooh, get up there more now. They're are thieves around, and uh, Piglet, you look for the tooth.
  • Piglet: Yikes!
  • Pooh: Oh, I do hope friend Owl is home.
  • (
  • Owl: Oh, hello. Come for tea already? Oh, yes yes, the doorbell certainly looks nice and times toward that lovely than uh whatever it is.
  • (
  • Pooh: This certainly looks familiar.
  • Owl: Pooh bear! Just in time for tea. (laughs) Did you come along?
  • Pooh: No.
  • Owl: But of course you didn't. Hello, Rabbit! And is that Gopher too?
  • Pooh: Excuse me, Owl, but where did you get this?
  • Owl: Oh, I just found it lying about someplace.
  • Pooh: That sounds like my tooth all right. Oh, bother.
  • (
  • Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear.
  • Pack Rat: Come on come on, we gotta get out of here.
  • Pooh: Come on, Rabbit, they got my tooth. And my friend Piglet.
  • Gopher: I'm right behind you.
  • Piglet: Help, help!
  • Gopher: Will someone please turn on the light?
  • (
  • Gopher: Come on, you guys!
  • Pooh: Be brave, Rabbit. It's for Piglet.
  • Rabbit: (gulps, laughs) After you?
  • (
  • Piglet: Did I ever mention I just love walnuts?
  • (
  • Piglet: Put me down! Help!
  • (
  • Pack Rat: Ta-da!
  • (
  • Piglet: Help, Pooh!
  • Gopher: This way!
  • Piglet: Oh, help!
  • Pooh: I'm coming, Piglet!
  • Gopher: Mmm, being busy little varmin summin thing.
  • Pooh: Piglet, where are you?
  • Piglet: I'm in here!
  • Rabbit: How do we get him out?
  • Gopher: Just a little know how.
  • (
  • Pooh: Are you all right, Piglet?
  • Piglet: I'm fine, Pooh. But we'll never find your tooth at all this.
  • Pooh: Looks like it's time to give up.
  • (
  • Pooh: I beg your pardon?
  • Pack Rats: Come on come on come!
  • Gopher: What's the matter? Don't you speak rotunt? They want your watch and they'll pay hand someway.
  • Pooh: I shall traded for my tooth.
  • (
  • Gopher: He says he gets where the tooth is, you keep it. If not, they get the watch.
  • Pooh: It's a deal. I could do this. I hope.
  • Piglet: Remember Pooh, last place first.
  • Pooh: Well, the last place I would look would be behind his back. Because that would be cheating. So I choose there.
  • (
  • Pooh: And that's how I got my sweet tooth back.
  • Christopher Robin: Silly old bear, that's not your sweet tooth.
  • Pooh: It's not?
  • Christopher Robin: No. And even if Pooh Bear's had teeth which they don't, they wouldn't need sweet teeth.
  • Pooh: No?
  • Christopher Robin: Nope. You're just naturally sweet all over.
  • Pooh: That's true.
  • Christopher Robin: This is a baby tooth by hid with my marbles. Hey put it on your pillow tonight. Maybe the tooth fairy will trade you for it.
  • (
  • Pooh: Oh my! That's much better than walnuts! I wonder if the tooth fairy is really needed to pack rats?
  • (
  • (The How Much Is That Rabbit In The Window? title card appears and we begin this episode)
  • (
  • Rabbit: Take advantage of me, will you? Hmm. I'll show you flying feathergusters. There. Parrot stealing crows. They'll find out who bosses around here.
  • Piglet: Hello, Rabbit. And a very very good morning to you.
  • Rabbit: What's good about it?
  • Piglet: Uh, it's a good day for me to borrow a cooking pot, uh, please?
  • Rabbit: Oh! First the crows, now Piglet. Where did I go wrong?
  • Piglet: Uh, actually, Rabbit, it's for something very very important.
  • Rabbit: Well, that's a relief. So you only came over to borrow something did you?
  • (Piglet nods)
  • Rabbit: In that case, Piglet, by all means help yourself.
  • Piglet: Thank you, Rabbit.
  • Rabbit: Thank you, Rabbit, he says. Never. Come for lunch, Rabbit, or here's a little story for you, Rabbit, or can I help, Rabbit? No, only thank you, Rabbit for something that I'm needing him. Oof!
  • Tigger: Hiya, bunny boy. Uh, kinda early for a snooze is it? Or you just laying on the job? Hoo-hoo-hoo! Get it? Let it down? Ha-ha!
  • Rabbit: Actually, Tigger, I was...oof!
  • Tigger: Say, it looks like somebody snatched the scare out of your crow.
  • Rabbit: Actually, I was...
  • Tigger: Don't worry, fuzz buddy. I didn't come here to help.
  • Rabbit: Well, that's comforting.
  • Tigger: And I really came with some borrow with uh uh, what is a sort of uh...
  • Rabbit: What do you call who?
  • Tigger: Yeah. that's it! A thing-a-bong!
  • Rabbit: Help yourself, Tigger! Take what you need from my house!
  • Tigger: Oh, thanks, fluff face. Well, T-T-F-N, ta-ta for now! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
  • Rabbit: Borrow, borrow, borrow. That's all anyone wants for me. They often to help? No!
  • (
  • Rabbit: All right, you fleebing excuses fur birds, ahh!
  • (
  • Rabbit: Take that, you cackling duckers!
  • (
  • Rabbit: (gasps) I don't like the looks of this.
  • Tigger: Boy, that Rabbit. Heh, what a guy.
  • Piglet: Never too busy to help a friend.
  • Tigger: Yeah, and he never even ask for our help.
  • Rabbit: Help!
  • (Rabbit
  • Rabbit: Oh, why is this always happen to me?
  • (Pooh
  • Pooh: Hello, Rabbit. I have come to borrow some honey.
  • Rabbit: Help yourself, Pooh. Everyone else is.
  • (
  • Pooh: (eating honey) Yummy.
  • (Pooh
  • Pooh: Oh, bother.
  • (Pooh
  • Pooh: Oh, my. Oh, bother.
  • (Pooh
  • Pooh: Oh, another bother. Bother. Bother, bother. Perhaps a nap under a shady tree would help now.
  • Rabbit: I'll show you this going.
  • (Pooh
  • Rabbit: What in the...
  • (
  • Pooh: Oh, bother.
  • Rabbit: What? They're flying away. I did it! I scared them off all by myself! I must tell Pooh! Pooh! Pooh, I did it! I... Here I've got something wonderful and there's no one around to tell it to. I... Isn't that just like Pooh to eat and eat and eat? Wrong! I, look at that. I don't believe it! It's my birthday! Pooh must have seen it and rushed off to tell the others. (laughs) In fact, oh, they all must have planning my birthday party. This very minute. Shh, my surprise birthday party. I think I'll do it sneaking. I mean a pre-party investigation. (humming) I'll just take a teensy weensy peek inside Piglet's house and see what the charming little fellow is up to. Oh, looks like Piglet is cooking up something strongly on ships. They're probably a giant birthday cake. I can hardly wait. (humming, laughs)
  • Piglet: Well, that should do it. Funny like boiling your clothes together really clean.
  • Rabbit: (humming) Oh, hello there, Tigger, my good, no no no, my very best friend.
  • Tigger: Shh. I got my watchitmacolit to see the tree.
  • Rabbit: But I thought you borrowed one from my house.
  • Tigger: No, that's a who-its. Use those to catch the ma-thingle.
  • Rabbit: (laughs) Oh, I understand quite completely, Tigger. Yes, who's little uh duh, most terrifying. Most likely a surprise birthday party hidden up the tree. (laughs) I'm so happy. (laughs)
  • Owl: Oh my, whatever is that?
  • (Pooh grunting)
  • Owl: Oh, hello there, creature.
  • Pooh: Mmm, creature? Where?
  • Owl: Excuse me, son, but you are a monster, aren't you?
  • Pooh: Uh, no, I'm a Pooh Bear.
  • Rabbit: A cake and a present. Oh, I got a cake and a present. (gasps) Why, look at that. Owl is decorating Pooh for my surprise birthday party. I can hardly wait. Decorations, cakes and presents. (singing, laughing) Oh, how nice to be home. I hope I'm not surprised. Well, here I am. Home. I said, I'm home. It's me. Come out, come out wherever you are! They forgot my birthday. And after all I'm done for them. Borrow, take, not as much as a birthday in return. Why, they just don't realize a special friend I am. Why, if they didn't have me, I wouldn't be here. That's all of that! No! Well, I show them all. I'll go someplace far away. Someplace where I really be special.
  • Eeyore: Looks like Rabbit's going on vacation. Just like you're not to invite me along thank you very much. Suppose I'll tell the others they weren't invited either.
  • (
  • Rabbit: Well, well, well, well. I'm on my way already.
  • (
  • Thug Piglet: Hey, what's the big idea?
  • Man: Never have I seen such an extra special Rabbit. I'm going to put him centerstage where someone should be seen. I am and give him a good home.
  • Rabbit: Ah, special at last. These other toys have a sign like mine. I knew I wasn't appreciated back home.
  • Thug Tigger: Hey, how come we don't have a sign like that?
  • Thug Pooh: Because, he does, vaccum head.
  • Rabbit: I'm special, I'm special, now it's all official.
  • Thug Pooh: Not for long. Just play until dark when the shop closes. Nobody's gonna but that Rabbit when they buy us first.
  • (
  • Eeyore: Hello.
  • Pooh: Shush! Be very quiet, Eeyore. We're hunting flutterflies.
  • Eeyore: Oh, and I thought you were shushing me because I said hello. Not that I blame you for shushing me. It's not like I do interesting things like Rabbit and runaway and hitch a ride in an old truck towards town.
  • Christopher Robin: Rabbit run away? Pooh, we got to find Rabbit!
  • Pooh: Right. If I may ask, where do we begin looking?
  • Christopher Robin: In town. Rabbit! Rabbit, where are you?
  • Pooh: Hello, Rabbit!
  • Tigger: Hey, bunny boy!
  • Piglet: Uh, Rabbit!
  • Pooh, Piglet and Christopher Robin: Rabbit!
  • Tigger: Whew. Rabbit hunting is exhausterating. I wonder where he is? That's remarkable. It kinda just like Rabbit. Maybe he know. Wait a minute, wait a minute. You can't fool a Tigger. Ha-ha! That is Rabbit! Hey, bunny boy, it's me Tigger! T-I-Double-G...
  • Rabbit: Sorry. I don't know any Tiggers.
  • Tigger: You don't?
  • Rabbit: And no Poohs or Piglets either.
  • Tigger: Are you sure? We seem to know you.
  • Rabbit: All they do, uh, Tiggers included is borrow from me. They don't know how to treat a Rabbit special.
  • Tigger: Sorry, long ears. I don't think you felt like that. Enough worrying about you and everything. Um, Rabbit? He was just here a minute ago. Christopher Robin! Hey guys! I found Rabbit!
  • Pooh: I don't see him, Tigger.
  • Piglet: Me neither.
  • Tigger: I know, I know, but he was there a minute ago. We're in uh, a big special sign.
  • Pooh: Well, there's only one thing to do. We shall have to go in there and apologize for not treating him a special as a special Rabbit should be treated.
  • Christopher Robin: We can't, Pooh.
  • Tigger: Say, how come? Why not? Where does it say that?
  • Christopher Robin: Right here, Tigger. They're closed.
  • Piglet: What'll we do now?
  • Christopher Robin: We come back tomorrow and buy him back.
  • Pooh: Buy Rabbit?
  • Christopher Robin: Yes Pooh, we gotta. Before someone else does.
  • (Rabbit
  • Thug Pooh: Okay, fluffenstuff, hand over the tag.
  • Rabbit: Tag? What tag?
  • Thug Pooh: This tag. We been here a long time, see, and no kid ever want to buy us. First they you get the thing on Wham-O! Needed their customers.
  • Rabbit: Oh, you want this tag?
  • (Thug Dolls nodded)
  • Rabbit: Oh, well, why didn't you say so? I thought you meant that tag.
  • Thug Pooh: Hey, I don't see any... What the...? After him, boys! He's got it to get out of here!
  • Rabbit: Never! I'll never give up my tag! Christopher Robin's gonna buy me.
  • (
  • Rabbit: Thanks for catching me.
  • Thug Pooh: Don't mention it.
  • (Rabbit screams)
  • Thug Pooh: We want that tag, see?
  • Christopher Robin: Guess you guys can't sleep, either, huh?
  • Pooh: Christopher Robin, do you think your pennies have grown big enough to buy Rabbit?
  • Christopher Robin: I don't know, Pooh, but I sure hope so.
  • Tigger: Oh, I wouldn't worry about old bunny boy. He's probably having a time of his life.
  • (Meanwhile,
  • Rabbit: Oh dear, oh dear!
  • Thug Tigger: Look out, thug!
  • (
  • Rabbit: I give up. I give up. You can have the tag.
  • Thug Pooh: About time.
  • Thug Piglet: Look. (snorts) It's over there.
  • Thug Pooh: Now I'm gonna get bought by that kid.
  • Thug Piglet: No way, I am. (snorts)
  • Thug Tigger: Ha-ha, you both wrong! It's me!
  • Thug Pooh: Give me that!
  • Thug Piglet: It's mine.
  • Thug Tigger: I got the tag!
  • Thug Piglet: It's mine.
  • (
  • Thug Pooh: (snickers) You just watch. When that kid comes back, he'll buy all of us.
  • Rabbit: No tag, no friends, and no Christopher Robin. I'm not special. I'm nothing at all.
  • Thug Pooh: Hey! Told ya he'd be back.
  • Thug Piglet: (snorts) And we got the sign too.
  • Christopher Robin: Please sir, how much is that Rabbit that used to be in the window?
  • Man: Oh, that special Rabbit? Well, he's worth a great deal. A great deal.
  • Christopher Robin: I'm not sure if I have enough pennies. See, I've been letting them grow so, so I can buy Rabbit a birthday present.
  • Rabbit: So they did remember.
  • Man: Are you sure about wanting this Rabbit? How about a nice bicycle instead?
  • Christopher Robin: Oh no, sir. I want my Rabbit.
  • Rabbit: Ah.
  • Man: I'm sorry. You don't have enough. Hmm, I don't know.
  • Christopher Robin: Just a second. Great idea, Pooh. Uh, how about this? It's my Pooh Bear's best honey.
  • Man: I don't know.
  • Christopher Robin: It's from Piglet.
  • Man: Well...
  • Christopher Robin: And this watchitmawhosits? My Tigger caught it. Isn't this enough, sir?
  • Man: Hmm, this is all very vaulable stuff. But just not the right amount for such a special Rabbit.
  • Thug Pooh: See? No sign, no sale. (snickers)
  • Man: You don't have anything else to had?
  • Christopher Robin: I lost my Rabbit.
  • Pooh: Uh, Christopher Robin? (whispering)
  • Christopher Robin: Of course, I forgot. The biggest thing of all.
  • Man: Yes?
  • Christopher Robin: Please sir, I like to have a whole bunch of love.
  • Man: Now you're talking business. Sold.
  • Rabbit: Yahoo! Don't worry. Someday, you'll be special. And somebody will buy you too.
  • Thug Pooh: Aw, you really think so?
  • Rabbit: Sure.
  • (
  • All: Surprise! Happy birthday, Rabbit!
  • Rabbit: But, but my birthday was last week. You forgot it.
  • Christopher Robin: Last week? Rabbit, your calendar's running fast. It's missing the whole week.
  • (Door knocking)
  • Rabbit: What's this? More guests perhaps?
  • (The crows
  • Rabbit: Why you miserable beak brains! I'll...
  • (One of the crows
  • Rabbit: For me? Why thank you. Thank you, everyone. I feel so, uh, special.

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