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Piglet (Character)
from Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)

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Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)
Owl: This is just a mild spring zephyr compared to the big wind of '67. Or was it, uh, '76? Oh, well, no matter. Oh, I remember the big blow well.
Piglet: I'll remember this one, too.
Owl: It was the year my Aunt Clara went to visit her cousin. Now, her cousin was not only gifted on the glockenspiel, but being a screech owl, also sang soprano in the London Opera.
Winnie the Pooh: [muffled, with a honey pot in his face] Thank you, Piglet.
Owl: You see, her constant practicing so unnerved my aunt, that she laid a seagull egg by mistake. Whoooooooo!
[his dishes crash on him as his house crashes to earth]

Narrator: Now, Piglet lived in the middle of the forest in a very grand house in the middle of a beech tree. And Piglet loved it very much.
Piglet: Whew, yes. Whoops. You see, it's been in the family a long time. It belonged to my grandfather.
Piglet: [pointing to sign] Oh, that's his name up there. "Trespassers Will." That's short for "Trespassers William."
Narrator: Trespassers William?
Piglet: Yes. And Grandma, oh, she called him T.W. That's even shorter.

Piglet: I don't mind the leaves that are leaving. It's the leaves that are coming.

Winnie the Pooh: Happy "Winds-day", Piglet.
Piglet: [being blown away] Well... it isn't... very happy... f-for me.
Winnie the Pooh: Where are you going, Piglet?
Piglet: That's what I'm asking myself, where?
[he is lifted into the air by a gust of wind]
Piglet: W-Whoops! P-P-P-Pooh!
Winnie the Pooh: [grabbing Piglet's scarf] And what do you think you will answer yourself?

Piglet: Oh Owl, I don't mean to c-c-complain, but I'm afraid, I'm scared.
Owl: Now, now, Piglet, Chin up and all that sort of thing. A rescue's being thought of. Be brrrave, little Piglet!
Piglet: It's awfully hard to be b-b-b-b-brave when you're such a small animal.
Owl: Then to divert your small mind from your unfortunate predicament, I shall tell you an amusing anectdote.
[Piglet sees a waterfall they're about to approach as Owl clears his throat]
Owl: It concerns a distant cousin of mine who became so frightened during a flood that he...
Piglet: I beg your pardon, Owl, but I th-th-th-think we coming to a fatterfall... a flutterfall... a very big *waterfall*!
Owl: Please, no interruptions.

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.

Eeyore: [as he finishes building his house out of twigs] There. That should stand against anything.
Piglet: [as he dives toward Eeyore's house] Oh-oh, help, help! Somebody sa-sa-sa-save me!
Winnie the Pooh: [as he and Piglet crash through Eeyore's house, scattering the twigs everywhere] Happy Winds Day, Eeyore!
Eeyore: Thanks for noticin' me.
Winnie the Pooh: [thumping the ground] Oh, b-b-b-b-b-b-bother!

Piglet: [as he sails like a kite on his scarf string; repeated line] Oh, dear. Oh, d-d-d-d-dear, dear.


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.

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!

Piglet: [Standing on an improvised teeter-totter] Pooh, are you sure this is going to work?
Pooh: Of course, Piglet. Once I get you up in the tree, just hand me the beehive. And then tummy and I will take care of the rest, won't we?
Piglet: Okay, Pooh. I guess you thought this through.
Pooh: Oh, yes, Piglet. Indeed I have.
[He jumps on the teeter-totter, sending Piglet up into the beehive]
Pooh: Oh, bother. I don't remember thinking that through.
Piglet: Um, I'm sorry I messed up the plan, Pooh.
Pooh: Oh, don't worry, Piglet. I shall get you out and we'll try again.
[Walks up the teeter-totter, but it goes down and Pooh can't reach Piglet]
Pooh: Oh, it's no use. Think, think, think. Ah, I know! I'll have you down in just a moment, Piglet.
Piglet: No hurry, Pooh. The bees are quite gentle, as long as there's no sudden movement.
[Pooh hits beehive with stick]
Piglet: Aah! Oh, oh my! Pooh, are you sure that's a good idea?
Pooh: Oh, yes, Piglet.
[hits beehive again]
Piglet: Ah!
Pooh: I'm quite sure.
[continues hitting beehive]
Piglet: Well, you know best, Pooh.
[Pooh continues hitting until the hive falls]
Piglet: Ah! Ow!
Pooh: Oh! There you are.
[the bees swarm out]
Pooh: Oops. New plan, Piglet. Run!
Piglet: Okay!

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.

Piglet: [him and ballon are sat on by Tigger] I c-c-cant b-b-b-breathe.
Tigger: Oops!
[picks Piglet and balloon up]
Tigger: Sorry about that little guy, didn't mean to scare you like that.


The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
Winnie the Pooh: I sure like bouncing. Wasn't that fun, Piglet?
Piglet: Y-yes, but the best part is when it stops.
Narrator: Well, in the next chapter, there's a great deal of bouncing.
Piglet: There is? Oh. I-I have something I forgot to do today, and I shaln't be able to do tomorrow, so I 'spose I have to go back and do it n-now. Good-bye, Pooh.
Winnie the Pooh: Good-bye, Piglet. Now, is the next chapter all about me?
Narrator: No, it's mostly about Tigger.
Winnie the Pooh: Oh, bother.
Narrator: But you're in it.
Winnie the Pooh: Oh, good. What will I be doing?
Narrator: Well, Pooh, you'll be sitting in your Thoughtful Spot, thinking as usual.

Narrator: Now, Piglet lived in the middle of the forest in a very grand house in the middle of a beech tree. And Piglet loved it very much.
Piglet: Whew, yes. Whoops. You see, it's been in the family a long time. It belonged to my grandfather.
Piglet: [pointing to sign] Oh, that's his name up there. "Trespassers Will." That's short for "Trespassers William."
Narrator: Trespassers William?
Piglet: Yes. And Grandma, oh, she called him T.W. That's even shorter.

Piglet: I don't mind the leaves that are leaving, it's the leaves that are coming.

Winnie the Pooh: Happy "Winds-day", Piglet.
Piglet: [being blown away] Well... it isn't... very happy... f-for me.
Winnie the Pooh: Where are you going, Piglet?
Piglet: That's what I'm asking myself, where?
[the wind lifts him up]
Piglet: W-Whoops! P-P-P-Pooh!
Winnie the Pooh: [grabbing Piglet's scarf] And what do you think you will answer yourself?

Owl: This is just a mild spring zephyr compared to the big wind of '67. Or was it, uh, '76? Oh, well, no matter. Oh, I remember the big blow well.
Piglet: I'll remember this one, too.
Owl: It was the year my Aunt Clara went to visit her cousin. Now, her cousin was not only gifted on the glockenspiel, but being a screech owl, also sang soprano in the London Opera.
Winnie the Pooh: [as Piglet shoves a honey pot into his face; muffled] Thank you, Piglet.
Owl: You see, her constant praticing so unnerved my aunt that she laid a seagull egg by mistake. Oooooohhhhhh!

Piglet: Pooh, for a bear of very little brain, you sure are a smart one.
Winnie the Pooh: Thank you, Piglet.

Winnie the Pooh: Look, look, Piglet. There's something in that tree over there.
Piglet: Is it one of the f-f-fiercer animals?
Tigger: Halloo!
Winnie the Pooh: Yes. It's a "jagular."
Piglet: W-What do "jagulars" d-do, Pooh?
Winnie the Pooh: Well, "jagulars" always call,
[drops Piglet]
Winnie the Pooh: "Halloo!" And when you look up, they drop on you.
Piglet: I'm looking *down*, P-P-Pooh.


Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974)
Piglet: Pooh, for a bear of very little brain, you sure are a smart one.

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.

Winnie the Pooh: Look, l-look, Piglet. There's something in that tree over there.
Piglet: Is it one of the f-f-fiercer animals?
Tigger: Halloo!
Winnie the Pooh: [lifting Piglet] Yes. It's a "jagular."
Piglet: W-What do "jagulars" d-do, Pooh?
Winnie the Pooh: [as he drops Piglet] Well, "jagulars" always call, "Halloo!" And when you look up, they drop on you.
Piglet: I'm looking *down*, P-P-Pooh.

[Pooh's tummy rumbles]
Piglet: W-w-what was that, Pooh?
Winnie the Pooh: [laughs] My tummy rumbled. Now then - come on, let's go home.
Piglet: But Pooh, do you know the way?
Winnie the Pooh: No, Piglet, but I've got twelve pots of honey in my cupboard, and they've been calling to my tummy.
Piglet: They have?
Winnie the Pooh: Yes, Piglet. I couldn't hear them before because Rabbit would talk. I think I know where they're calling from, so come on. We'll just follow my tummy.

Tigger: [bounces on Piglet] Hello, Piglet! I'm Tigger!
Piglet: Oh, Tigger! You sc-c-c-cared me!
Tigger: Oh, shucks! That was just one of my little bounces!
Piglet: It was? Oh. Thank you, Tigger.
Tigger: Yeah, I'm saving my best bounce for ole Long Ears!
[pulling his ears, then dashing away]
Tigger: Ta-ta!

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.

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!


Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1983)
[last lines]
Piglet: Tigger's alright. Really.
Christopher Robin: Of course he is.
Pooh: Everybody is. Really. That's what I think.
[sadly]
Pooh: But I don't suppose I'm right.
Christopher Robin: Of course you are. Silly, old bear!

Piglet: Good afternoon, Eeyore.
Eeyore: Good afternoon, Piglet, if it is a good afternoon, which I doubt.

Pooh: Well! Whoever lives here certainly takes a long time to answer his door!
Piglet: B-B-B-B-But Pooh, isn't this your house?
Pooh: Oh, so it is! Well, let's go in.

[Piglet shows Eeyore the balloon he was going to give him and accidentally popped]
Eeyore: My balloon? My birthday balloon? Red. My favorite color. How big was it?
Piglet: About as big as m-m-m-me.
Eeyore: My favorite size.

Pooh: [entering his house with Piglet] Hmm. I must get poor Eeyore a present of some sort.
[looks around the room, then his honey pot catches his attention]
Pooh: Uh, honey. That should do very well. What will you give him, Piglet?
Piglet: [eagerly] Wouldn't I give it, too, from b-b-b-b-b-both of us?
Pooh: [looks puzzled for a few moments] No, Piglet. That wouldn't be a very good plan.
Piglet: [thinks a moment, then lights up] Perhaps I could give Eeyore a balloon!
Pooh: [patting Piglet on his back, smiling] That, Piglet, is a very good idea. Nobody could be uncheered by a balloon.
Piglet: [joyfully] I have one at home! I'll go and get it r-r-r-r-r-r-right now!
[dashes away happily]

Piglet: [after his balloon he plans to give to Eeyore pops] Oh, dear. Oh dearie-d-d-dear, dear. What shall I - who shall I...?
[sadly]
Piglet: Well, maybe Eeyore doesn't like balloons so very much.


Piglet's Big Movie (2003)
Piglet: [after being bathed by Kanga] Oh my goodness!

Winnie the Pooh: We'll build Eeyore a house of his own.
Piglet: That's a wonderful idea Pooh.

Piglet: Don't worry, Eeyore. I put up a sign so you'll always know where it is. See?
Eeyore: Pooh Corner. Nice.

Piglet: [about Eeyore's house] It's wonderful!

[last lines]
Piglet: Pooh and Piglet Corner.
Winnie the Pooh: Yes, Piglet. It's the least we could do for a very small Piglet who's done such very big things. Thank you, Piglet.

Piglet: [from trailer] It's me!


Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin (1997) (V)
Piglet: [screaming] Help!
Tigger: Oh, relax, Piglet, old pal. There's no difference between plunging 10,000 feet to the jagged rocks below and tumbling out of bed.
Piglet: Oh? Really?
Tigger: Why, sure!
Tigger: [Tigger starts laughing for a few seconds, then puts his right paw on his chin, with his left paw on his right elbow]
Tigger: Except for the splat at the end they're practically similar.

Winnie the Pooh: Piglet, whatever are you doing - up there?
Piglet: [climbing a tree limb, atop his house] I'm doing just what Christopher Robin said I should do. I am going to look my fear of heights right in the face and conquer it!
[the branch he's on breaks]
Piglet: That is, if it doesn't conquer me first!

Piglet: [the buterflies start releasing Piglet] May we be coming down soon?
Winnie the Pooh: I believe so, Piglet.
Piglet: Uh, how soon?
Winnie the Pooh: [as he and Piglet start falling back to the ground] Very.


"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*!

Tigger: [to Pooh] What a great idea, Buddy-Bear! We'll hide out. They'll find the train, and we're home free. They'll never find us out here in the high country.
Piglet: [Bumps into Tigger and Pooh. He is carrying two boxes of ice cream. He sets them down, puts two scoopers in them, and shakes them at Pooh and Tigger] Stick 'em up, outlaws, if you please. I-I've got you covered.
Tigger: [Whispering, to Pooh] Maybe we should've hid out in the low country.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Christopher Froggin'/Piglet's Rocky Problem (#1.25)" (2007)
[first lines]
["Piglet's Rocky Problem"]
Piglet: Laundry day. And there's nothing better than clothes dried in the sun.
[notices that a large boulder is blocking his doorway]
Piglet: Oh, d-d-dear. Oh d-double dear. Help!

Darby: You okay in there, Piglet?
Piglet: Uh, oh, yes. I'm eating a wonderful lunch. Tell Pooh I have honey.
Winnie the Pooh: Honey? Oh, then we must get Piglet out immediately.


"The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Sorry, Wrong Slusher (#4.1)" (1991)
[Winnie the Pooh and friends are interrogated after getting arrested]
Tigger: Me? It was all Pooh's idea!
Winnie the Pooh: [scenes will switch back and forth] Uh, the night of the 32nd? I was sleeping... I believe.
Tigger: Then it was Piglet's idea!
Piglet: I don't remember a thing; I was young and foolish. I blame society!
Tigger: Eeyore! Eeyore's the one!
Eeyore: Might as well confess - got one of those guilty faces anyway.
Tigger: No, no, it was Tigger! It was Tigger! It was Tig...
[Tigger freezes realizing what he did]
Tigger: ...ger... I want my lawyer!
[scene switches to the animals in court]
The Judge: I find you guilty of first-degree causing noise! And I'm throwing the book at you!
[the judge does so, literally]
Winnie the Pooh: It's too bad I can't read.

[a cell door is heard opening]
Christopher Robin: Oh, no! Stop! Stop! I confess! I confess! I - I left my room and went downstairs, and - and then I went next door to look for the slusher. It was all my fault.
Piglet: [with the other animals to aid Christopher Robin] I'm certain he can reform if given the chance.
Winnie the Pooh: He's not a bad boy; he's just a little confused... like me.
Tigger: Go ahead, pal, throw yourself upon the 'mercenary' of the court.
Christopher Robin: [goes on his knees] Please! I'm sorry! I'm sorry! I'm sorry! I'm...
[Christopher Robin, who actually dreamed the whole thing, falls off the couch]


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: No Rumbly in Pooh's Tumbly/Pooh Sticks Get Stuck (#1.7)" (2007)
Darby: Oh no, the stream has stopped.
Piglet: Not again.


Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh (1996) (TV)
Piglet: [hiding under his chair] Perhaps if you said something only you would say, I'd know you're you.
Winnie the Pooh: [standing outside the door] A very good idea, Piglet. What should I say?
Piglet: Well, possibly... "I am Pooh."
Winnie the Pooh: You are? Well then who am I?


"The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Me and My Shadow/To Catch a Hiccup (#2.1)" (1989)
Piglet: Pooh, you saved me. And you got rid of my hiccups!
Winnie the Pooh: Oh, so that's what was wrong. You had the hiccups. Why didn't you say so?
Piglet: I couldn't. I had the hiccups.
Winnie the Pooh: When was that?
Piglet: When I wasn't saying so.
Winnie the Pooh: Oh.


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.


"My Friends Tigger & Pooh: Porcupine's Pen Pal/Piglet's Thousand and One Watermelons (#1.15)" (2007)
Tigger: [imitating Rabbit] I brought another watermelon for you. Isn't it beautiful?
Piglet: Thank you, Tigger. I-I mean Rabbit.


The Tigger Movie (2000)
Owl: [Reciting the letter] Dear Tigger, just a note to say:...
Kanga: ...dress warmly...
Winnie The Pooh: ...eat well...
Piglet: ...stay safe and sound...
Eeyore: ...keep smiling...
Roo: We're always there for you.
Owl: Signed
Everyone: Your family.