|Season 4, Episode 8a|
October 26, 1991
We see Piglet ringing Pooh’s doorbell. Piglet comes to Pooh’s house to share his poem. Tigger is there too, but messes it up. So Piglet invites Rabbit and Eeyore and tries to puts lots of things that are featured at a war, and locks himself in a cage, so Tigger can’t do anything to his poem, but Tigger somehow managed to get to Piglet’s roof, and edited Piglet’s poem. So to teach Tigger a lesson, Piglet writes a poem that has to put Tigger at risk in danger.
|Jim Cummings||Winnie the Pooh and Tigger|
- The word ’poohetry’ is an allusion on the word ’poetry,’ but with the inclusion of Pooh’s name.
- This is the first and only time we see someone ringing Pooh’s doorbell.
- Archive footage from “Rabbit Marks the Spot” is used in this episode.
- Much similar to the episode, “The Masked Offender,” this was the second time the episode opens and closes with a storybook cover.