And he is also known as wicked (formerly), oblivious (formerly), offensive (formerly), sneaky (formerly), treacherous (formerly), envious (formerly), rough (formerly), well-mannered (currently), observant (currently), obedient (currently), sweet (currently), thoughtful (currently), even-tempered (currently) and rational (currently). When Rabbit, Tigger, Roo, and Piglet try to warn him of the villains’ arrival, Pooh lets them come. Stan, Heff, and Wooster soon confront the silly old bear at his "brunchfast" where they try to intimidate him and his friends. Instead of giving in, Pooh decides to convince Wooster that simply asking for honey instead of stealing is a much better solution to getting what you want. Stan and Heff try to say otherwise, but Pooh tells him about friendship and how it’s better to share and ask with friends and even shows that he wants to be his friend too. Wooster is convinced and turns over to Pooh’s side, asks for honey politely (he actually says "please" which appalls Stan), and ultimately becomes friends with the Pooh, Piglet, Rabbit, Tigger, and Roo. A betrayed Stan and Heff leave with a vow that even though they have both a giant mouse (Roo) and a giant woozle, they’d be back and that they’d somehow get that honey.
Wooster was played by Peter Cullen.
- Despite the fact that this episode ends with Wooster becoming a good friend, "The Great Honey Pot Robbery" is the only episode to feature him. It could be assumed that although Wooster is now friendly with everyone, he moved out of the Hundred Acre Wood at some point to find his own supply of honey.
- Wooster is the largest stuffed animal in the entire series, which is surprising because in real life, the world's largest stuffed animal is a pink rabbit atop a hill in the Italian Alps.