Winnie the Pooh: On March 16th, Christopher Robin was found guilty of leaving his bed when he shouldn't have, and was places in the custody of his friends. Everything you've seen is a dream. Only the names of the animals have been changed to protect the innocent.
[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]
[a doorbell is heard]
Tigger: Gasp! The slusher is back!
Eeyore: Didn't know slushers use the doorbell.
Tigger: Oh, yeah, they can be awfully tricky.
[Christopher Robin and the animals go to the door]
Pizza Delivery Guy: Uh, did anyone order a pizza?
[Christopher Robin goes speechlessly blank]
Christopher Robin's Mother: Christopher Robin!