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Rabbit (Character)
from Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)

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Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974)
Tigger: Come on, Rabbit. Let's you and me bounce, huh?
Rabbit: Good heavens! M-m-m-me bounce?
Tigger: Why, certainly! And look, you've got the feet for it.
Rabbit: I have?
Tigger: Sure! Come on, try it! It makes ya feel just grrreat!

Piglet: Pooh! Haven't you been listening to what Rabbit's been saying?
Winnie the Pooh: I listened, but then I had a small piece of fluff in my ear. Could you say it again, please, Rabbit?
Rabbit: Well, where should I start from?
Winnie the Pooh: Well, from the moment the fluff got in my ear.
Rabbit: Well, when was that?
Winnie the Pooh: I don't know. I couldn't hear properly.

Christopher Robin: You're next, Tigger. Jump!
Tigger: Er, jump? Tiggers don't jump, they bounce.
Winnie the Pooh: Then bounce down.
Tigger: Don't be "ridick-orous". Tiggers only bounce up!
Christopher Robin: You can climb down, Tigger.
Tigger: Ah, but tiggers can't climb down, uh, uh, because, uh, oh... oh their tails get in the way!
Rabbit: Hooray! That settles it. If he won't jump, and he can't climb down, then we'll just have to leave him up there forever!

Rabbit: Tigger! B-b-but you're supposed to be lost.
Tigger: [patting Rabbit's cheeks] Aw, tiggers never get lost, Bunny Boy.
Rabbit: [dazed] Never... get... lost?
Tigger: Of course not!
Rabbit: Oh, no.

Tigger: Hello, Rabbit! I'm Tigger. T-I double guh...
Rabbit: Please! Please! Don't spell it! Oh dear, will you just... just look at my beautiful garden!
Tigger: Yyyyyuck! M-messy, isn't it?
Rabbit: Messy? Messy? It's ruined! It's ruined, Tigger! Why won't you ever stop bouncing?
Tigger: Why? That's what Tiggers do best! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Winnie the Pooh: Uh, R-Rabbit?
Rabbit: Yes?
Winnie the Pooh: Say, Rabbit, how would it be if as soon as we're out of sight of this old pit, we just try to find it again?
Rabbit: What's the good of that?
Winnie the Pooh: Well, you see, we keep looking for home, but we keep finding this pit, so I just thought that if we looked for this pit, we might find home.
Rabbit: Hm, I don't see much sense in that. If I were to walk away from this pit, and then walk back to it - of course I should find it! I'll prove it to you! Wait here!
[marches away]

Tigger: [looking for Pooh, Rabbit and Piglet who are hiding in a hollow log] That's funny. They must be lost.
[yells into the log]
Tigger: [echoes repeatedly] HELLO! Hey, you blokes! Where are ya?
Winnie the Pooh: [sort of loudly] In...
[Rabbit grabs his mouth]
Rabbit: [whispers] Shush!
Winnie the Pooh: [whispers] I am shushed!

Rabbit: I've got a splendid idea! Now listen: we'll take Tigger for a long explore, see, somewhere he's never been before. And we'll lose him there!
Winnie the Pooh: [awakes] Lose him?
Rabbit: Oh, we'll find him again next morning, and mark my words, he'll be a humble Tigger, a small and sad Tigger, and a "oh, rabbit, am I glad to see you" Tigger. And it'll take the bounces out of him, that's what! Now, all in favor, say 'aye'.
Piglet: Aye.
[Pooh falls asleep again]
Piglet: Pooh.
[shakes Pooh awake]
Piglet: Pooh!
Winnie the Pooh: [waking up, then raising his hand] Oh, here.
Rabbit: Oh-ho-ho, good. Just good. Motion carried.

Christopher Robin: Hello, Pooh. Hello, Piglet. What's up?
Winnie the Pooh: [pointing up to Tigger and Roo] Tigger and Roo are up.
Kanga: Oh, my goodness! Roo, how did you get up there?
Roo: Easy, Mama. We bounced up.
Kanga: Oh, my goodness. Do be careful, dear!
Roo: I'm all right, Mama, but Tigger's stuck.
Kanga: Oh, what a shame. That's too bad.
Rabbit: No, that's good. You see, he can't bounce anybody up there.
Christopher Robin: Oh, dear. We'll just have to get him down somehow.
Rabbit: Down? Down? Do we have to?

Tigger: If I ever get outta this, I promise never to bounce again! N-Never!
Rabbit: I heard that, Tigger!
[to Christopher Robin, Piglet, and Pooh, hurriedly questioning them]
Rabbit: He promised! Did you hear him promise? I heard him! I heard him! You heard him, didn't ya? Didn't ya?

Roo: Christopher Robin, I like the old, bouncy Tigger best.
[cut to Tigger sadly walking away]
Christopher Robin: So do I, Roo.
Piglet: I do, too.
Roo: Me, too.
Kanga: Of course, we all do. Don't you agree, Rabbit?
Rabbit: I uh...
Christopher Robin: Well, Rabbit?
Rabbit: Well, uh, uh, that is, I-uh, what I mean...
Winnie the Pooh: Well?
Rabbit: Uh, I uh...
[sighs]
Rabbit: Oh, all right. I guess I like the old Tigger better, too.
Tigger: [Pounces Rabbit] Oh, boy! You mean I can have my bounce back? Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

Tigger: [scooping up snow] Oh, good old terra firma!
[kisses the snow]
Tigger: Say, I'm so happy I feel like bouncing!
[starts bouncing, but pauses when Rabbit interuppts him]
Rabbit: Uh-uh-uh! You promised! You promised!
Tigger: [defeatedly falls back to the ground] Oh, I did, didn't I? You mean I-I can't - ever bounce again?
Rabbit: Never!
Tigger: [whimpering] N-Never?
[brief silence]
Tigger: N-Not even just - one, teensy-weensy bounce?
Rabbit: [defiantly] Not even a *smidgen* of a bounce!


The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
Winnie the Pooh: [in a sticky voice] I must be going now. Goodbye, Rabbit.
Rabbit: Well, goodbye, if you're sure you won't have any more.
Winnie the Pooh: [turns to leave then stops] *Is* there any more?
Rabbit: No, there isn't.
Winnie the Pooh: I thought not.
Winnie the Pooh: [tries to climb out the front door but is stuck] Oh, oh, help and bother! I'm stuck.
Rabbit: Oh, dear. Oh, gracious. Oh. Well, it all comes from eating too much.
Winnie the Pooh: It all comes from not having front doors big enough!

Rabbit: Why did I ever invite that bear to lunch? Why, oh, why, oh, why?

Christopher Robin: You're next, Tigger. Jump!
Tigger: Er, jump? Tiggers don't jump, they bounce.
Winnie the Pooh: Then bounce down.
Tigger: Don't be "ridickorous"; Tiggers only bounce up!
Christopher Robin: You can climb down, Tigger.
Tigger: Ah, but tiggers can't climb down, uh, uh, because, uh... oh, oh their tails get in the way!
Rabbit: Hooray! That settles it. If he won't jump, and he can't climb down, then we'll just have to leave him up there forever!

Tigger: Come on, Rabbit. Let's you and me bounce, huh?
Rabbit: Good heavens! M-m-me bounce?
Tigger: [joyfully] Why, certainly! Look, you've got the feet for it.
Rabbit: I have?
Tigger: Sure.
[dances hurriedly with Rabbit]
Tigger: Come on, try it. It makes ya feel just grrreat!

Winnie the Pooh: Well, isn't that the Rabbit's voice?
Rabbit: [talking into a honey jar] I don't think so. It isn't meant to be.

Rabbit: [drawing on Pooh's backside when he's stuck in Rabbit's door] Oh Pooh! You messed up my moose!

Winnie the Pooh: Is anybody at home?
[no answer]
Winnie the Pooh: What I said was, "Is anybody at home?"
Rabbit: No.
Winnie the Pooh: Bother. Isn't there anybody here at all?
Rabbit: [hurriedly puts dishes away] Nobody!
Winnie the Pooh: Must be somebody there, because *somebody* must have said "Nobody."

Rabbit: [to Pooh while hiding from Tigger in the forest] Shush!
Winnie the Pooh: I am shushed!

Rabbit: He budged! Hooray! "Chistopher Crabin!" Uh, uh, "Chrostofer Raban!" He bidged! He badged! He booged! Today's the day!

[Gopher is about to give Pooh his pot of honey, even though Pooh is stuck in Rabbit's door, but Rabbit grabs it first]
Rabbit: No, no, no, no, no! Not one drop!
Winnie the Pooh: But Rabbit, I wasn't going to eat it. I was just gonna taste it.
Rabbit: I'll taste it for you!

[Tigger has been freed from the tree after promising never to bounce again]
Tigger: [ecstatic] Oh, I'm so happy, I feel like bouncing!
[he leaps into the air to bounce, but Rabbit stops him in mid-leap]
Rabbit: Ah-ah-ah! You promised, you promised!
Tigger: [falling back down sadly] Oh, I did, didn't I? You mean I-I can't ever bounce again?
Rabbit: Never!
Tigger: [traumatized] Never?
[he lips quivers]
Tigger: N-Not even just - one teensy-weensy bounce?
Rabbit: [defiantly] Not even a smidgen of a bounce!

Winnie the Pooh: Uh, R-Rabbit?
Rabbit: Yes?
Winnie the Pooh: Say, Rabbit, how would it be if as soon as we're outside of this old pit, we just try to find it again?
Rabbit: [baffled] What's the good of that?
Winnie the Pooh: Well, y'see, we keep looking for home, but we keep finding this pit, so I just thought that if we looked for this pit, we might find home.
Rabbit: Hm, I don't see much sense in that - if I walked away from this pit, then walked back to it - of course I shall find it! I'll prove it to you! Wait here!
[marches away]


Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)
Rabbit: Why did I ever invite that bear to lunch? Why, oh, why, oh, why?

Winnie the Pooh: [in a sticky voice] I must be going now. Goodbye, Rabbit.
Rabbit: Well, goodbye, if you're sure you won't have any more.
Winnie the Pooh: [turns to leave then stops] *Is* there any more?
Rabbit: No, there isn't.
Winnie the Pooh: I thought not.
Winnie the Pooh: [tries to climb out the front door but is stuck] Oh, oh, help and bother! I'm stuck.
Rabbit: Oh, dear. Oh, gracious. Oh. Well, it all comes from eating too much.
Winnie the Pooh: It all comes from not having front doors big enough!

Rabbit: [nodding head] Would you like *condensed milk*,
Rabbit: [shaking head] or *honey* on your bread?
Winnie the Pooh: Both. But never mind the bread, please. Just a small helping, if you please.
Rabbit: Huh, there you are.
Rabbit: [gives Pooh a single drop of honey; Pooh looks at him disappointedly] Is, uh, something wrong?
Winnie the Pooh: Well, I did mean a little larger "small helping."

Winnie the Pooh: Is anybody at home?
[no answer]
Winnie the Pooh: What I said was, "Is anybody at home?"
Rabbit: No.
Winnie the Pooh: Bother. Isn't there anybody here at all?
Rabbit: [hurriedly collecting dishes from his table] Nobody!
Winnie the Pooh: Must be somebody there, because *somebody* must have said, "Nobody."

Winnie the Pooh: Well, isn't that the Rabbit's voice?
Rabbit: [talking into a honey jar] I don't think so. It isn't meant to be.

Rabbit: [drawing on Pooh's backside when he's stuck in Rabbit's door] Oh, Pooh! You messed up my moose!

Winnie the Pooh: [peering into Rabbit's hole] Hello, Rabbit!
Rabbit: Oh, oh, hello, Pooh Bear.
[realizes]
Rabbit: Uh, Pooh Bear! Uh, uh, aha, aha, what a pleasant surprise! And, uh, how about lunch?
Winnie the Pooh: [entering Rabbit's home] Oh, thank you, Rabbit.
Rabbit: [lamely] And uh, help yourself, Pooh.

Narrator: Now Pooh wasn't one to give up so easily. When he set his mind to honey, he stuck to it. Now, honey rhymes with bunny, and bunny rhymes with...
Winnie the Pooh: Rabbit? I like Rabbit, because he uses short, easy words like, "How about lunch?", and "Help yourself, Pooh."
Rabbit: [Listening from inside] Pooh? Lunch? Oh, no. Not again. Oh my, oh my, oh my goodness gracious.

Rabbit: [hammering a sign in front of Gopher] Don't - feed - the - bear!
Gopher: Hmph! I'm gonna skedaddle.

Narrator: And then, one morning, when Rabbit was beginning to think that he might never be able to use his front door again, it happened!
Rabbit: [after Pooh budges through Rabbit's door a little ways] He budged! Hooray! Christopher Rabin! Uh, uh, Chrostopher Robin, he bidged! He badged! He booged! Today's the day!


Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo (2004) (V)
Rabbit: Don't say that word in my house!
Tigger: What word? Is it carrotses?
Rabbit: No!
Tigger: Rutabeha?
Rabbit: No.
Tigger: [speaks gibberish]
Rabbit: That isn't even a word.
Tigger: Atamotopia? And that is a word.
Rabbit: Why would you even want to say that?
Tigger: Why wouldn't ya? Automatopia, Automatopia, Automatopia is an automotopia!

Rabbit: Easter! The word is Easter!
Tigger: That was going to be my next guess.

Rabbit: Well where is everyone? Late as usual i suppose.
Narrator: Late? Oh goodness no. They're gone Rabbit. Everyone moved away.
Rabbit: Moved away? Without telling me?

Rabbit: I don't understand. Roo was looking forward too...
Narrator: Spring Cleaning Day was it?
Rabbit: No. Easter. What have i done? Where are all my friends?
Narrator: Friends you say? You surly didn't treat them like friends. Don't you remember?
Rabbit: I'm sorry but i'm the Easter Bunny so i make the rules. It isn't fun it's Easter. I told you exactly what to do and you didn't do any of it!
Narrator: You see Rabbit? You never thought about what your friends wanted. All you do was care for yourself.
Rabbit: No i don't! Do i?

Rabbit: Tigger would you please just leave?
Tigger: Aw come on Rabbit. Aren't we ever gonna have another Eastery egg hunt?
Rabbit: No! Not ever never! Never Again!
Tigger: But you use to love Easter!
Rabbit: Says who?
Narrator: I beg your pardon Rabbit you did use to love Easter.
Tigger: Yeah says him!
Rabbit: I don't believe you. I don't believe either of you.
Narrator: Then perhaps you shall see for yourself. Don't you remember what happened back at chapter three?
Tigger: Hey that's it!
Rabbit: What are you talking about?
Tigger: Come on! I'll show ya!
Narrator: So Tigger took Rabbit back in time into the past. Past chapters twenty three and twenty one.
Tigger: Whew! It must be around here somewhere.
Narrator: Just a bit farther back Tigger.
Tigger: Oh muchi obligato Mr. Narrator Sir.
Narrator: You're quite welcome.

Rabbit: Pooh! The jelly beans are for decorating not for eating!
Winnie The Pooh: Bother.

Rabbit: I most certainly do not miss Easter.
Tigger: Oh but look look. You used to love being the Eastery Bunny. You were the head bunny in charge.
Rabbit: Yes and that's why i liked it. But i certainly don't like it anymore.
Tigger: But on a count of why?
Rabbit: I had Roo's first Easter planed to perfection until you had to get involved.
Tigger: I remember it like it was last year.
Rabbit: It was only last year.
Tigger: It's all coming back to me now.


Piglet's Big Movie (2003)
Rabbit: Pooh! What are you doing?

Rabbit: Who am I forgetting?
Winnie the Pooh: I don't know Rabbit. Let's ask Piglet.

Rabbit: Piglet? Where is Piglet?
Tigger: We musta lost track of him after we got chased by the bees.

Tigger: Thanks Donkey Boy!
Eeyore: Mmhm.
Rabbit: Thanks Eeyore.
Eeyore: Anytime.
Winnie the Pooh: Thank you Eeyore.
Eeyore: You're Welcome.

Tigger: It's a regularine Piglet map!
Rabbit: That's the silliest thing i've ever heard!

Rabbit: Oh you heard that? Mr. Rabbit.

Tigger: You're ruining it Rabbit!
Rabbit: I am not!
Tigger: Hand it over Bunny Boy! Finding Piglets is what Tiggers do best!
Rabbit: It's what Rabbits do best!


Winnie the Pooh (2011)
Piglet: [Pooh, Rabbit, Owl, Eeyore, Kanga and Roo are trapped in a hole and Piglet gets a rope - only to cut it up into six pieces] And six! There! Now we can ALL get out!
Pooh: How very thoughtful you are, Piglet.
Rabbit: [loses patience] Good grief! Tie them together, Piglet! Can you tie a knot?
Piglet: I cannot.
Rabbit: Ah, so you CAN knot.
Piglet: No. I cannot knot.
Rabbit: [in disbelief] Not knot?
Pooh: Who's there?
Rabbit: Pooh!
Pooh: Pooh who?
Rabbit: No! Pooh... eh... Piglet, you'll need more than two knots.
Piglet: Not possible.
Owl: Ah, so it IS possible to knot those pieces.
Piglet: Not these pieces!
Pooh: Yes. Knot those pieces.
Piglet: Why not?
Eeyore: 'Cause it's all for naught.

[Pooh, Rabbit, Owl, Eeyore, Kanga and Roo are trapped in a hole, while Piglet is outside of the hole]
Rabbit: [to Piglet] Go look for something to get us out of here!
Piglet: [hiding under a teacup] B-b-b-b-b-b-but-okay. There m-m-m-might be something over by the pack.
[leaves]
Rabbit: [sighs] Thank goodness one of us is up there. I was worried we'd be stuck here forever.
Piglet: I found something!
[comes back with a flower]
Piglet: Here!
Rabbit: What?
Pooh: Ooh, well, that's a lovely flower, Piglet.
Piglet: Yeah, I thought so, too.
Rabbit: Yes, Piglet, it-it's very nice... perennial. But I think we need something *longer*.
Piglet: Longer? Of course. How silly of me.
[giggles, leaves again and comes back with a big book]
Rabbit: Oh, good thought, Piglet. But you can't possibly think that that's long enough.
Piglet: Oh, yes, it is. Uh, Owl read this to me once and it was certainly the longest thing I'VE ever heard.
[the book falls into the hole and lands on Pooh's head]
Pooh: It's true, Rabbit. It lags a bit in the middle.

[Pooh has just fallen into the trap he and Piglet set up, trying to get a honey pot]
Rabbit: Pooh?
Pooh: Oh, hello.
Piglet: [shaking head, amused] Oh, Pooh, you went back for the honey, didn't you? But I told you the pot was empty.
Pooh: Well, I believed you, but my tummy had to check for itself.

Rabbit: [believing they've caught The Backson] Now that we have him. Owl, you can go and get Christopher Robin back.
Owl: No, no I'm far to important to put myself in that predicament. Kanga, off you go.
Kanga: Oh,no, no, no, no, no.
Kanga: [holds up Roo] I'm with child.
Roo: Send the pig!

Roo: Tell us more about what Backsons do.
Tigger: Yes, more about what Backsons do.
Owl: More about what Backsons do? Why don't we hear some thoughts from you?
Tigger: Maybe they make you sleep too late.
Owl: Yes, yes! That's good, that's great!
Eeyore: I bet they're the reason my tail is gone.
Owl: You're on a roll. Go on, go on!
Rabbit: They muddy up your tidy house.
Piglet: Tney make you feel as small as a mouse.
Roo: They break your crayons.
Rabbit: They spill your tea!
Kanga: They wake up babies at one and three.
Eeyore: They made me catch the cold I caught.
Pooh: They made me lose my train of thought.
Tigger: They swipe your stripes.
Piglet: They clog your pipes.
Rabbit: They dig up your garden.
Eeyore: They won't beg your pardon.
Pooh: They eat your snacks.
Piglet: They won't relax!
Rabbit: They chip your tooth!
Kanga: They steal your youth!
Owl: And now you know the horrible truth!
Owl, Tigger, Pooh, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Piglet: The Backson! The Backson! The Backson! The Backson! Oh, nooooo!

Roo: I know. Christopher Robin has a jump rope.
Rabbit: Wait a minute. My gracious, that's it! Piglet, go to Christopher Robin's house.
Pooh: Oh, I see. Yes, Piglet, go and bring some honey.
Rabbit: Yes, bring some honey... Doh! The jump rope, Piglet, the jump rope!
Pooh: With a little honey on the side.
Piglet: You mean all by myself? Through there?
Owl: [Flies out of the pit to Piglet] Yes, Piglet. Through a dark wood fraught with peril, on a mission of life or death. It is a task of great complexity, but I have full confidence that you shall return victorious and rescue us from the abyss. Go forth, Piglet, and we shall await your return, for weeks if necessary.
[Flies back down, as everyone looks astonished]
Rabbit: Owl!
Owl: What?
Rabbit: I can't believe... how wonderful that speech was!
Pooh: I can't, either.
Eeyore: Moved me to tears.


Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (1997) (V)
Rabbit: That Owl. I knew Skull had another Y in it.

Rabbit: [singing] Never trust that thing between your ears. Brains will get you nowhere fast, my dears. Haven't had a need for mine in years on the pages where the truth appears.

Rabbit: [after a tree limb tears his map in half] Wah! Oh no! The map! Get the map! With only half a map, we're - we're less than nowhere!
Tigger: After that map!

Rabbit: [after trying to uproot a carrot that won't come up from the ground] It doesn't matter if *you* think you're not ripe! This is *Rabbit's* garden, and Rabbit does his harvesting by-the-book!

Rabbit: Is that a golden dahlia daffodilus? Rare for this loaction.

Winnie the Pooh: [points at large rock between two trees] Look!
Rabbit: [reading the map] The Upside-Down Rock: If you've made it this far, you're where... monsters are.


Winnie the Pooh & Christmas Too (1991) (TV)
Tigger: You think Santa would bring me a snow shoe for my tail? I take a size 4 triple-E.
Rabbit: Why on earth would you want that?
Tigger: Allow me to demonstrate.
[jumps into the snow, is buried all the way to his ears]
Rabbit: Oh, I see what you mean.

Rabbit: [Eeyore's stuffed in a suitcase] But I thought Santa was bringing you a new home!
Eeyore: He did. A *mobile* home.

Rabbit: [Pooh's stuck in the window dressed as Santa] Santa Claus? Why isn't he coming down the chim-
[Pooh slips through the window and knocks him down]

Rabbit: Well what're you waiting for? Write down a present for Pooh!
Winnie the Pooh: He can't.
Rabbit: Why not?
Winnie the Pooh: You have the pencil, Rabbit.

Rabbit: Pooh, which way was the wind blowing when you mailed the letter?
Winnie the Pooh: Why, S, for Santa.
Rabbit: S is for SOUTH! Santa Claus lives at the *North* Pole!


Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too (2009) (V)
Piglet: [reading Rabbit's rule] "Pooh-Sticks will be played every day from 2:00 to 4:00." But what if we want to play it in the morning?
Rabbit: Don't worry. You won't.
Tigger: "No permitting flitting, crossed-legged sitting, quitting, quilting, or knitting"?
Rabbit: Trust me on that one.
Darby: That's an awful lot of rules, Rabbit.
Tigger: And a lot of rules that are awful.

Rabbit: Uneasy lies the head that wears the straw hat.

Rabbit: Tigger, why do you keep following me around?
Tigger: [miserably] Well, what else am I supposed to do?
Rabbit: Something! Anything! B-but you can't follow me around all day!
[Tigger follows him into the distance]
Rabbit: Tigger!
Tigger: What?

Rabbit: I'm issuing a one-day pass for the Super Sleuths to pass! Onto this side, that is.
Beaver: [loudly, over megaphone] The Mayor has issued the Super Sleuths a pass!
Rabbit: [grimacing] Yes. Thank you, Beaver.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Flowers from Roo/Peck Peck Peckin' on Rabbit's Door (#1.24)" (2007)
[first lines]
["Peck Peck Peckin' on Rabbit's Door"]
Rabbit: [humming] Oh, I'm exhausted. How about you, my dear tomatoes? Now I think it's time for all of us to take a nap. Sweet, juicy dreams, Juliette. Oh, and Cherry, you stay rosy and cozy until
[yawns]
Rabbit: I come back.

Rabbit: [hearing loud tapping sound] Did you hear that? Did you hear that?
Tigger: Super Sleuths hear it all and understand even less!
[quietly, to Pooh]
Tigger: What is he talkin' about?

[last lines]
["Peck Peck Peckin' on Rabbit's Door"]
Tigger: Now this mystery is really history. Hoo hoo hoo.
Rabbit: Oh, sweet silence. Oh, thank you, Super Sleuths.
[sighs and yawns, his alarm clock rings]
Rabbit: Oh no!
[sobs]


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Eeyore's Home Sweet Home/Rabbit's Prized Pumpkin (#1.17)" (2007)
Rabbit: Oh, dear. Oh, dear. Another near-disaster for my pumpkin. There are simply too many dangers in the Hundred Acre Wood.

Tigger: I mean, we can't exactly stand here forever. Hoo hoo.
Rabbit: What are you saying? You're not giving up, are you?
Winnie the Pooh: Certainly not, Rabbit. Um, are we?
Darby: No, Pooh. But Tigger does have a point.
Tigger: Nah, I-it just looks that way, but I'm just kinda combing my hair different.

Rabbit: Don't you see all the awful things that could happen?
Tigger: Yeah, the impossibibilities are endless.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Many Thanks for Christopher Robin/Turtle's Need for Speed (#1.18)" (2007)
Rabbit: Pooh bear, we're not supposed to eat until everyone sits down together.
Winnie the Pooh: Oh, of course, Rabbit. It's simply my traditional Many Thanks Day taste.

Rabbit: He should be here by now. Where is he?
Winnie the Pooh: Rabbit, who is the who you're asking the where about, exactly?
Rabbit: Why, Turtle, of course. I'm at the end of my rope!
Rabbit: Well, if it's more rope you need, I'm certain we can help you find some.
Tigger: But ya' have to promise to take better care of the new one.

Winnie the Pooh: [regarding Turtle] He's probably just, um, running a little late.
Rabbit: Well, that's the problem. He never runs and he's always late.


"The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Find Her, Keep Her (#1.4)" (1988)
Kessie: Daddy sad?
Rabbit: Daddy? No, no, no! I'm Rabbit.
Kessie: Rabbie!
Rabbit: Rabb-it! Rabb-it!

Rabbit: Have I... hit yet?
Winnie the Pooh: No Rabbit. Kessie saved you.
Rabbit: Kessie? But how?
Kessie: [giggles] I flew Rabbie!
[giggles again]
Rabbit: You what?
Kessie: Oh yes! Aren't you proud of me?
Tigger: Yay!
Kessie: Oh now I can fly south!
Tigger: Hey that's right you soloed! Oh boy, kiddo! There's nothing holding you down now
Rabbit: Don't you think I know?
[Rabbit sadly walks away and a deflated Kessie hugs Pooh. Cut to Rabbit's house later in the evening]
Kessie: Rabbie? Um, Rabbie? Could you read me one last bedtime story?
Rabbit: You mean... before you... leave?
Kessie: Oh no, I didn't mean that, I meant...
Rabbit: You don't need me to read you a bedtime story. You don't need me... for anything.
[Rabbit exits and shuts the door. Kessie sets the book on a table and sits in a rocking chair by the fire, and starts crying]


"The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Good, the Bad and the Tigger (#4.4)" (1991)
Piglet: Oh, Pooh Bear, why did you do it?
Pooh: I don't know, Piglet. Why did I do it? Um, what exactly is it that I did, exactly?
Rabbit: You took a train without asking you... you... train robber! Now, how about an alabi?
Pooh: Why, thank you, Rabbit! But, I'm not sleepy yet.
Piglet: If you don't confess soon, you'll have to face the... judge.
Gopher: [Pooh, Rabbit, and Piglet look at the judge, who happens to be Gopher. He is playing a harmonica. In a sing-song voice, he says] And guess who gets to play the judge.
[Normal voice]
Gopher: Looks like there's gonna be a swingin'!
[Cackles maniacally]
Pooh: A swinging? Oh, how wonderful! I love to swing!
Piglet: Oh, d-d-d-dear!

Tigger: I can't take it! I'm going ster-crazy! I want out! Out I tell ya! Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
Pooh: But, Tigger, we've only been in here for five minutes.
Tigger: Oh, yeah. Seems like six.
Piglet: [Sniffling] I... I'm disappointed in you, Pooh.
Pooh: [Allowing Piglet to blow his nose on his shirt] I am, too, Piglet. I shouldn't have done what I did. Even if I didn't know what I did.
Tigger: Go easy on him, sherrif. I think he ate too much honey and couldn't help himself.
Rabbit: It's too late for that! You two are going to get just what you deserve!
[He points to where Gopher "the Judge" is sitting, playing the harmonica]
Gopher: Looks like there's gonna be a double swingin' tonight!
[Cackles maniacally]
Pooh: Oh, how wonderful! May I go first?
Tigger: No! No! I cannot do it!
[Getting on his knees]
Tigger: I confess, sherriff! I did it! I took the train! Pooh had nothing to do with it.
Piglet: You mean Pooh's innocent?
Tigger: Yes! He told me not to take the train, but I wouldn't listen. He was just a fall-bear in all this.
Piglet: [Lets Pooh out of jail, and gives him a big hug] Oh, Pooh! I'm so glad you're not a low-down, no-good, lousy train robber!
Pooh: Why, thank you, Piglet. I'm glad to hear it, too.
Rabbit: Well, where is the train then? It's not like it could have just gone off by itself!
[He hears the train whistle and sees the train coming]
Rabbit: On the other hand...
[shouting]
Rabbit: *Run*!


Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005)
Roo: [everybody's talking at once about the nightmare] I was asleep...
Rabbit: [silencing everybody] One at a time!
[immediate silence]
Rabbit: Thank you. Now what is going...?
Tigger: [interrupting] Oh, oh, me! Pick me! Me-me-me-me-me-me-me-me-me!
Rabbit: Er, Tigger?
Tigger: There I was, sleeping, dreaming Tiggerish dreams.

Roo: 'Scuse me. What's a heffalump?
Rabbit, Tigger: What's a heffalump?
Rabbit: Hem hem.
[singing]
Rabbit: Everyone knows what a heffalump's like.
Tigger: It's gotta fiery eyes and a tail on its spike.


Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)
Rabbit: [chasing after Pooh and Piglet with his wheelbarrow] Oh no! Oh no! Oh no!
[realizes that they've kicked all his carrots into his wheelbarrow]
Rabbit: Oh, yes! Next time, I'll send those two right through my rutabaga patch!

Chistopher Robin: It is a nice house, Eeyore, but...
Kanga: It is a lovely house, Eeyore, but...
Piglet: [near tears] It's the best house in the... whole world.
Winnie the Pooh: [whispering] Tell them it's your house, Piglet.
Piglet: No, Pooh. This house belongs to our very dear friend... Owl.
Rabbit: But Piglet, where will you live?
Piglet: [starts to walk away] Well, I guess I shall live... I suppose I shall live...
Winnie the Pooh: [taking Piglet's hand] With me. You shall live with me. Won't you, Piglet?
Piglet: With you? Oh, thank you, Pooh Bear. Of course I will.


My Friends Tigger and Pooh - Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (2007) (TV)
Tigger: See Santy?
[chuckles]
Tigger: But nobody gets to see Santy on Christmas Eve. It's a law. I mean, that's why he's Santy, right?
Rabbit: Well, of course. As a matter of fact, that's why I asked Santa for a subscription to "Rutabaga Monthly." For the articles, of course.

Rabbit: Oh no. A fork in the road.
Tigger: Nah, I don't need it. I brought a sandwich.


Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh (1996) (TV)
Gopher: [rolls by Rabbit on a monocycle, dressed in a costume which is supposed to resemble Rabbit] Trick or treat!
Rabbit: Not now, Gopher... And why are you dressed like a muskrat?
Gopher: Muskrat?
[rolls away]
Gopher: That guy can't tell a rabbit from a hole in the
[falls into his own hole]
Gopher: grooooooooound!

Rabbit: [after some of his pumpkins have been destroyed] Oh my! My poor pumpkins! Are you alright, Pauline? Speak to me, Pietro! Don't you know me, Petunia?


Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie (2005) (V)
Rabbit: Pooh! You ate all are candy?
Tigger: Mighty impressive for one bear though.
Pooh: I don't know what happened.

Rabbit: Of all my favorite holidays Halloween isn't.


"The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Friend, in Deed/Donkey for a Day (#1.2)" (1988)
Winnie the Pooh: My, Rabbit! You certainly are a friend.
Rabbit: Indeed, Pooh. Indeed.

Rabbit: Silly old bear.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Buster's Bath/Once in a Pooh Moon (#1.22)" (2007)
Rabbit: I brought something indispensable.
Darby: But Rabbit - a shower cap isn't really a toy.
Rabbit: Well, I won't take a bath without it - and besides, bathtime isn't for playing, it's for getting clean!
Tigger: Not the message we're looking to send. Next!

[last lines]
["Buster's Bath"]
Eeyore: A little rain never hurt anybody... yet.
Rabbit: Well, it certain looks like... oh no...
Darby: Come here, Buster. Looks like you got your you-know-what after all.
Buster: Arf!
Tigger: This muddy mystery is history!


The Tigger Movie (2000)
Rabbit: Your attention please! I have officially completed the plans.
Winnie The Pooh: What plans?
Rabbit: These plans! For removing this boulder and restoring to Eeyore his happy home.
Eeyore: No need to bother on my account.
Rabbit: All we need is a little team evert.

Tigger: Now that's out of the way who's ready for some bouncing?
Rabbit: What is it with you and bouncing? Just look at my rock remover! Everything's ruined and all you can think about is bouncing!
Tigger: But that's what Tiggers do best.
Eeyore: Exactly. Unlike us.
Kanga: I'm afraid he's right dear.
Piglet: We really don't bounce like Tiggers because um...
Winnie The Pooh: We're not Tiggers.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Eeyore's Sad Day/Tigger's Bedtime for Bouncer (#1.6)" (2007)
Darby: Eeyore could be anywhere in the Hundred Acre Wood.
Tigger: Hey, I can see oodles of acres from my treehouse. I can even see into Long Ears' kitchen window. Hoo hoo.
Rabbit: You can?
Tigger: Sure. That oatmeal you had this morning with the little berry thingy. Hoo hoo hoo hoo. That looked very delicerous.
Rabbit: Stop looking in my window!


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Tigger Goes for the Jagular/Rabbit's New Roomie (#1.10)" (2007)
Rabbit: Tigger, I like to garden in silence. It's restful. It relaxes me!
Tigger: Well, don't take this personally Hopalong, but you don't seem very relaxed.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Pooh-rates of the Hundred Acre Wood/Tigger's Hiccup Pickup (#1.11)" (2007)
Winnie the Pooh: Are your hiccups gone, Tigger?
Tigger: Um, I think so.
[hiccups again, crashing into Rabbit's table]
Rabbit: [sobs] My beautiful table.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Lumpy Spends the Night/Good Night to Pooh (#1.5)" (2007)
Rabbit: [reading from book] Listen - "bears hibernate in the winter."
Winnie the Pooh: Uh, have I ever "hi-bear-nated," Darby?


Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1983)
Eeyore: [as he floats in the river] Don't pay any attention to me. Nobody ever does.
Rabbit: Eeyore, what are you doing down there?
Eeyore: Give ya three guesses.
Pooh: Fishing?
Eeyore: Wrong.
Roo: Going for a sail?
Eeyore: Wrong again.
Rabbit: Oh, waiting for somebody to uh - help you out of the river?
Eeyore: That's right. Give Rabbit the time, and he'll get the answer.


"The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Monster Frankenpooh/No Rabbit's a Fortress (#2.6)" (1989)
Rabbit: No, not dynamite again.
Rabbit: Your right, better use nitroglycerin. Wait. How about a U2-35?


Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons (1981)
Rabbit: Apples and pumpkins and lots of other things are harvested in the fall because that's when they ripen.
Eeyore: I thought they ripened in the autumn.
Owl: They do, Eeyore. Autumn is simply another name for fall.
Eeyore: Oh.