Tuesday, July 05, 2005
Regarding the Pooh Characters as Potential Suspects
Rachel said...
"Eeyore had manic depression? Hmm...I remember the depression part, but apparently I missed out on the episodes where he was in the manic phase. Though the thought of Eeyore running frantically to find his tail would be amusing."

Don't you remember? Eeyore lost his tail in Glouston Street after trolling for prostitutes and it was found next to the graffito supposedly written by Jack the Ripper. Hence, he was a suspect before Piglet. I just remember that Eeyore was the depressed one. True, manically depressed may be overstating it. Perhaps there were times off the set where he went nuts and got into barfights. A couple of years ago, they were selling an Eeyore where you could ask it a question and it would answer. But the answers were like, "I don't know," and "Oh well." Seriously. This guy needs Tom Cruise to help him find happiness.

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posted by Lavaughn Towell @ 4:53 PM | 4 comments

At 6:39 PM, Blogger Rachel said...

Yeah, I didn't see that episode. Are we talking about the movie(s), books?, or the ones that came on the Disney channel and were people dressed up as characters? I'm really only familiar with Character City.

At 7:11 PM, Blogger LT said...

I'm really only familiar peripherally, since I never watched any of them. I guess it would be the cartoons, then the movies. Probably before your time.

At 2:06 PM, Blogger ET said...

I have always heard that Eeyore was manic depressive, as well...although there seems to be no evidence of any "manic" behavior. Maybe we should ask John Wilding. I'm sure he could come up with some evidence for us.

At 7:39 PM, Blogger ET said...

So you are suggesting that if Tom Cruise hooked Eeyore up for a go with Rob Thomas, he would be happy? Or would it take a $5 mil charade with some teenager from a kid's tv show to get it done?

Pin the tail on the wha....???


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