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Tigger, Pooh and Piglet mess up the story, Three Little Pigs, while Rabbit wants to stick to the original story.
Tigger, Rabbit and Piglet are watching Pooh read a story about Three Little Piglets and a honey tree. Rabbit (for some reason) makes Pooh get rid of the honey tree. The first little Piglet lived in a house of straw (originally a honey tree). Tigger then snatches the book and says that the Piglet was scared by the Big Bad Bunny (despite Rabbit's objections), and the story switches over to Little Red Riding Hood, then back to Three Little Pigs. The story continues as normal, with the Big Bad Bunny blowing the first Piglet's house down.
The second Piglet lived in a house of sticks (which looks exactly like Eeyore's house). The story then switches to Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and the Big Bad Bunny turns into Papa Bear, and the house of sticks turns into a house of cards! Tigger blows the house of cards down.
The third Piglet lived in a tree-house. All three Piglets meet up, and the Papa Bear turns back into the Big Bad Bunny. The three Piglets wonder who will save them, then suddenly the Masked Offender appears, swinging from a vine. The Big Bad Bunny tells him that he doesn't belong in the story, and he falls from the vine. Piglet then wonders why the Big Bad Bunny wants to get into the house, and Tigger says he wants to get out of the rain. A rain-cloud appears over the Big Bad Bunny's head, at which point he decides he's had enough, and will tell the story the way it's supposed to go. He stuffs the cloud into his basket, then as he threatens to blow the house down, honey shoots out of the basket, shooting the Big Bad Bunny into the sky. The story ends with the Three Little Piglets having all the honey they could ask for.
|Jim Cummings||Winnie the Pooh|
|John Fiedler||Piglet and his Clones|