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It was windy out in the Hundred Acre Wood and Piglet was being carried by the wind while holding a kite. While trying to get help, he spots Tigger in an even more dangerous situation, drowning in a puddle. Piglet manages to save him rather by accident and everybody is surprised to know what happened. A happy Tigger expresses his gratitude by offering to be Piglet's personal servant for the rest of his life, which he insists on doing in spite of Piglet's refusal. The next morning, it didn't go very good when Piglet woke up. First, Tigger got him food on the bed, then the red carpet treatment, cleaned Piglet's house, and washed and hung Piglet's shirts (ultimately including the one Piglet was wearing and Piglet himself). But the more he tries to help, the more troubles he causes for Piglet. Piglet then realizes that he needs to find a way to get his own life saved by Tigger, so that the life debt will be gone. However, this causes trouble for everyone else in the Hundred Acre Wood, who end up saving each other thanks to Piglet's attempts to get Tigger to save him; i.e.; Eeyore saving Pooh, Rabbit saving Gopher, Owl saving Eeyore. However, when all is said and done and the confusion ended, Tigger remains Piglet's servant. They then decide to celebrate everyone saving each other, and as Piglet brings a cake, a bee tries to eat the hunny on top. When Piglet shoos the bee away and upsets it, he angers the entire hive and Tigger ends up saving Piglet from the bees, causing Tigger to no longer be Piglet's servant, much to Piglet's relief. But when Tigger suggests he can still be Piglet's servant, Piglet runs away in terror, while Tigger wonders what his problem is, as Tigger knows good help is hard to find.
|Jim Cummings||Winnie the Pooh/Tigger (one line)|
|Frank Welker||The Bees|
Gopher didn't whistle the "S" in "saved" when he said, "I saved you twice."