To Dream the Impossible Scheme
|Season 4, Episode 7b|
October 19, 1991
Gopher’s Grandpappy is coming for a visit and when Gopher remembers of how his Grandpappy’s life-long dream is to build an above-ground-underground city and to win a “Pewter Pickaxe” contest and so when Grandpa doesn’t seem interested anymore, Gopher decides to build the above-ground-underground city himself, to please his Grandpappy, but when he finishes the project it collapses and it leads Gopher to realize that his Grandpappy likes to “dream rather than do” about building the city.
As Rabbit tries to plant his prized rutabaga potato, Gopher’s Grandpappy comes for a visit leading Gopher to decide to help his Grandpappy accomplish his life-long dream of building an above-ground underground city and to win the “Pewter Pickaxe” contest Gopher is desperate to see him win. When Grandpappy doesn't seem interested in building the city Gopher builds it anyway but the thing collapses and Gopher realizes that his Grandpappy likes to “Dream rather than do” about building the city and Gopher’s friends throw a party for Gopher’s Grandpa.
|Jim Cummings||Winnie the Pooh and Grandpappy|
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- The episode title is a spoof on the song for the classic Don Quixote, “To Dream the Impossible Dream”
- This is Gopher’s Grandpa’s final appearance in the franchise.
- This episode marks the last time to date in which Gopher's Tunnels are seen.
- The Episode is in Helping Others on VHS.
- Cecil E. Broughton is Supervising Editor Cecil E. Broughton, M.P.S.E..
- Last Episode of Dialogue Editor Craig Paulsen.
- Last Episode of Barbara Donatelli.