Winnie the Pooh (2011)
"Aw, shucks. I'm speechless."
"Artistic talent runs through my family. In fact, it practically stampedes!" is a very close line to "Insanity runs in my family... It practically gallops."
Rabbit wears a handle pot on his head like Johnny Appleseed.
The red balloon comes from this film
Pooh finding Eeyore's tail came from this show.
When Eeyore is hiding under water breathing through a reed, a small fish appears and the score plays a three-note reference to the song "To and Fro".
During the tail contest, Eeyore is blown away via umbrella the same way Mary Poppins travels by.
Eeyore swishing his tail comes from this film.
The red balloon comes from this episode.
Eeyore's balloon tail comes from this episode.
Eeyore who's dressed as a Tigger was reused from this and Pooh seeing everything turn into honeypots was also taken from this episode.
Eeyore who loses his tail and Owl mistaking it for a bell rope both came from this episode.
Christopher Robin being kidnapped by a monster came from this film
Mentioned as an upcoming animated Disney film.
Will be reviewed next time.
Jay shows a review of the film which erroneously lists the film as containing violence and profanity
Title mentioned during Zooey Deschanel interview
Mentioned as a recent hand-drawn animated film.
Winnie-the-Pooh toy can been seen in a child's bedroom
Mentioned in dialogue
Shown in box office list
Winnie the Pooh dolls are seen at the store
Winnie and Piglet are seen several times on stickers.
Mentioned in Toss up round.
a clip from the film featuring the voice of Craig Ferguson is shown
Reviewed, clips shown
Reviewed, clips shown.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
One of the animated films of 2011.
Clip of Owl, a character voice by Craig Ferguson is briefly shown.
Pooh's synchronized swimming and dive into honey
Piglet's trek through the spooky forest to get Christopher Robin's jump rope and encounter with Tigger in his "Backson" get-up.
Scene when Piglet switches the tea pot with a conifer cone is parody of the scene when Indy swich the idol
"The Adjustment Burro" takes place in the 100-acre wood, and characters from the series including Eeyore appear.