Winnie the Pooh (a Day with Eeyore)

Topics: Christopher Robin, Tigger, Winnie-the-Pooh Pages: 8 (2226 words) Published: August 4, 2013
Winnie The Pooh and a Day for Eeyore Script

Narrator:
Pooh:
Rabbit:
Roo:
Piglet:
Eeyore:
Tiger:
Owl:
Christopher Robin:
Mrs. Roo:

Narrator: Now, one day. Pooh & Piglet. Rabbit & Roo, were all playing Pooh-sticks together.. Rabbit: Alright, na-now the first stick to pass ALL the way under the bridge.. WINS. .. On your marksss..get set…..ROO. We must ALL start together.. – oh, dear. Now, where was I.. OH YES.. On your marks… get set… GO!

Roo: I CAN SEE MINE! I WIN! I WIN!
Piglet: Can you see yours, Pooh?
Pooh: No, I expect my sticks… stuck.
Rabbit: *Sigh…. They always take longer than you think..
Pooh: Oh, I can see your Piglet.
Piglet: Mine’s sort of ga-ga-ga-grayish one!
Pooh: Yes, that’s what I can see.. It’s coming over to my side.. Roo: COME ON, STICK! STICK! STICK!!
Piglet: Are you sure it’s mine?
Roo: IT’S A BIG, GRAY ONE! HERE IT COMES! .. A BIG GRAY!
Rabbit: ..No, no, no, no, no, it’s isn’t! ITS… ITS…
All: Eeyore!?!
Eeyore: …… Don’t pay any attension to me. Nobody ever does.. Rabbit: Eeyore, what ARE you doing down there?
Eeyore: ..Give me a three guesses..
Pooh: Fishing?
Eeyore: Wrong..
Rabbit: GOING FOR A SAIL?
Eeyore: Wrong again…
Rabbit: Uhhh… Waiting for somebody to-uh.. help you out of the river? Eeyore: That’s right.. Give Rabbit a time.. He’ll get the answer.. Roo: HE’S GOING ROUND & ROUND!
Eeyore: If I decide to practice a slight movement from right to left… or left to right, it’s nobodiesbusiness but my own.. Piglet: Eeyore, WHAT CAN WE… I MEAN, HOW SH-SH-SH-SHOULD WE.. Uhh, YOU THINK IF-IF WE…. Eeyore: Guess one of those would be… just the thing. Thank you, Piglet.. Pooh: I’ve got an idea. BUT I don’t suppose it’s a very good one. Eeyore: I don’t… suppose it is..

Rabbit: Uh, Go on, Pooh. Let’s have it.
Pooh: Well, if we all threw stones and things on the river on one side of the york, the stones would makewaves, and the waves would wash into the other side Rabbit: Ohh, Ohh! That’s a good idea. Im glad we thought of that, Pooh.. UH. UH. POOH?! …………..

Rabbit: OH-OH-OH! Piglet, Piglet! Give Pooh a little more room. Uh, get back there, Roo! … I think a littleto the left, Pooh. No, no, to the right, yes.. Pooh: Eeyore, could you stop turning around for a moment, because it muddles me rather. Eeyore: I like turning, especially round..

Rabbit: UH- Pooh. When I say now you can drop it! UH-UH, EEYORE, WHEN I SAY NOW.. POOH WILLDROP THE STONE! ARE YOU READY? Pooh: Ready..
Rabbit: Uh, Uh-good. Uh, uh- ONE. Uhhh, lets see. Uh- TWO.. uh- NOW! Pooh: Oh dear! Prophase it wasn’t such a very good idea. afterall. Roo: THERE HE IS!
Piglet: Ohh! Eeyore! You’re all wa-wa-wa-wa-wet!
Eeyore: That happens when you’ve been in the river a long time, Piglet.. Rabbit: How did you fall in, Eeyore?
Eeyore: I was bounced…
Roo: Did somebody pushed you?
Eeyore: Sombody bounced me.. I was thinking by the side of the river, minding my own business when I recieved a loud bounced..
Pooh: But who did it?
Piglet: I expect it was Tiger.
Rabbit: Eeyore, was it……… Tiger.
Tiger: (Laughing) WHO-WHO-WHO-WHOOOO! HELLO! RABBIT!
Rabbit: Tiger.. What happened just now!?
Tiger: JUST WHEN!?
Rabbit: When you BOUNCED Eeyore INTO the river/
Tiger: Well, I didn’t BOUNCED him!
Eeyore: He bounced me..
Tiger: Well, I didn’t really, uh, uh, I-I was just had a cough, you see, and I-I happened to be behind Eeyore and I said, uh, and I said ugh (COUGHING) (Laughing) WHO-WHO-WHO-WHOOO Pooh: It’s alright, Piglet.

Eeyore: That’s what I call bouncing..
Rabbit: I DIDN’T BOUNCE, I COUGHED!
Eeyore: Bouncing or coughing.. it’s all the same..
Tiger: Ohh! No, it’s NOT!
Roo: COME AND BOUNCE WITH ME, TIGER!
Tiger: ALL I DID WAS COUGH!
Eeyore: you bounced..
Tiger: COUGHED!
Eeyore: bounced..
Tiger: COUGHED!
Narrator: Uh, Excuse me, prophase I can help.
Rabbit: Who said that?
Tiger: It’s the Narrator!
Narrator: In order to find out what happened, we’ll simply return to the part when Eeyore was thinkingby the...
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