Follow a 6-year-old girl named Darby and her puppy Buster, who join Pooh and Tigger on adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood. To help solve mysteries Pooh and Tigger wear homemade superhero costumes and become Super Sleuths. With their new friend Darby they tackle some of the Hundred Acre Wood's wonders.
Rabbit is holding his annual Spring Has Sprung concert and his excited to use his new orchestra machine, until it tumbles down a hill and breaks. The Super Sleuths try to fix it, but they have no idea how. Then, they come up with a creative solution to Rabbit's orchestral dilemma.
While out and about, Tigger passes by Rabbit's and overhears him shouting about something stripey that makes him itchy. When Rabbit says he's not talking to it again unless he sees two snowflakes that are exactly the same, Tigger believes Rabbit is talking about him. He calls for Darby and Poohs' help in finding identical snowflakes. Despite Darby's insistence that there's no such thing, he's determined to find them to regain Rabbit's friendship.
It's winter in the Hundred Acre Wood and everyone is enjoying wintry activities. At least, Roo was enjoying his nice, Tigger-sized snowman until suddenly it started shrinking. He calls the Super Sleuths, who discover that it's melted. Hoping to save the snowman, they think of anything that know that helps to cool things down.
Rabbit has grown a prized pumpkin, a "one-of-a-kind, perfect pumpkin" he's sure will win the year's best pumpkin competition. The only problem is, the pumpkin's exposed position in Rabbit's garden seems to put in constant danger. At Tigger's suggestion, Rabbit calls the Super Sleuths to serve as guards for his pumpkin. They're happy to help, but soon realize that standing as 24/7 guards for the pumpkin simply won't be possible. As they work other plans to protect the pumpkin, but it may not be possible to protect it from every danger without spoiling what made it perfect in the first place.
When Tigger paints his place, he paints himself into a corner and then learns it'll be a long while before the paint dries. Since Rabbit gave him the paint, he reluctantly agrees to let Tigger stay at his place for a while, but soon regrets it. Tigger is all over the place, and interfering with Rabbit's comfortably ordered lifestyle.Watch Now:iTunes
Pooh Loses His Shirt: When Pooh's shirt goes missing, the Sleuths discover that Skunk has found it, but Pooh finds difficulty in asking for it back.
Pooh's Honey of a Problem: Pooh mistakes a jar of Rabbit's Sour Squash soup for honey!
Darby's Favorite Place: Tigger and Pooh realize that Darby doesn't have a special place of her own, so they set about making her a playhouse.
When Darby goes off for some errands, Tigger and Pooh are left on their in the event of any Super Sleuth cases. As she leaves them, she casually tells them that she's just lost a tooth. Convinced that Darby must be devastated, the two make it into a case. They begin searching the whole of the Wood for the tooth and enlist Rabbit as a Deputy Sleuth.
When Rabbit discovers in a book that bears hibernate, he tries to get Pooh to do it too. The Super Sleuths try to help, but Pooh doesn't seem to be getting to sleep. Rabbit is sure that they just have to keep trying, certain because of what it says in the book.Watch Now:iTunes
Tigger is devastated when he loses his best bouncing buddy, his shadow. He, Pooh, Darby and Buster try to find it, but come up short on leads. Pooh and Darby try constructing a replacement shadow that he can use until his real one comes back, but it just isn't the same. Tigger is ready to give up bouncing unless his shadow returns.Watch Now:iTunes
When Eeyore loses his tail, he reluctantly calls for the assistance of the Super Sleuths. They learn that Eeyore was all around the Hundred Acre Wood that morning and so they decide to go talk to all their friends to see if they've found anything. Meanwhile, Lumpy decides to try to make Eeyore a new tail.Watch Now:iTunes
When Rabbit throws a rutabaga potluck party, Tigger's ravenous appetite gets the best of him. He eats so quickly that he gets a bad case of the hiccups, putting Rabbit's precious house in jeopardy. Everyone tries their best to help Tigger out, trying traditional remedies such as drinking water and holding your breath. Then, Porcupine, who's a bit late to the party, comes up with an idea that might just solve the problem --- though it'll take some work.Watch Now:iTunes
When Roo's kite gets caught in a tree, the Super Sleuths come up with a number of ideas to try to retrieve it. They find that no matter what they try, their best efforts fall short. It's then that they discover that even those that are the best at what they do sometimes need a little help.Watch Now:iTunes
Pooh and the gang have had some trouble deciding what game to play, but have finally come to a compromise. They decide to go with Pooh Sticks first, but find that their sticks are getting stuck. They discover all of the water has disappeared from one side of the stream in which they traditionally play the game. They decide to investigate to find out what's blocking things up.Watch Now:iTunes
When Tigger helps Rabbit by delivering some vegetables, he finds that he quite enjoys the work. At Rabbit's suggestion, he starts a delivery service and is soon flooded with assignments. He tries to carry on with this and Super Sleuthing duties as well, saying that he doesn't need any help. Darby and Pooh soon start to miss him, however, and he finds himself becoming confused by the constant stream of requests for deliveries.Watch Now:iTunes
When Darby briefly leaves Buster alone, he ends up joining Roo and Lumpy on an adventure to their fort. Since they didn't tell anyone where they were going, Darby ends up thinking that Buster is lost. The Super Sleuths are soon on the case, trying to track down just where the little dog has gone.
A cold is going around the Hundred Acre Wood and Kanga needs lemons to add to a special soup she's making to ease everyone's sniffles. When Pooh and Tigger catch the cold, Darby and Buster are left to sleuth out how to get some lemons themselves. Rabbit was supposed to deliver them, but it seems he's feeling under the weather himself, so the girl and her dog find themselves searching all over the Hundred Acre Wood to get lemons.
When Eeyore goes unseen for several days, Piglet and Eeyore become concerned about him. They and the Super Sleuths discover him moping at the top of a hill. They learn that he's especially unhappy because they fall has come and he can no longer roll in his favorite field of dandelions. They decide to try a variety of ways to cheer him up.Watch Now:iTunes
While out playing with her friends, Darby realizes that she lacks something all the others except Pooh have in common --- a tail. She decides she'd like to have one too, but isn't sure how to get one. The gang works together on a number of strategies, including making a tail, and borrowing Eeyore's. As they go about the process, Darby begins to realize something important about tails and what they do for her friends.Watch Now:iTunes
When it comes to sleuthing, Tigger is sleeping on the job. He decided he doesn't need to sleep anymore and thus stayed up all night. Now, Pooh and Darby have their hands full trying to get him to take a nap, while also trying to solve the mystery of Rabbit's missing wheelbarrow wheel.Watch Now:iTunes
Piglet believes someone is stuck in a cave after he hears voices coming from inside. When he learns that there's really nobody inside, he's embarrassed at having wasted everyone's time. Later, however, he's able to use what he's learned to discover a real predicament.
Rutabagas from Rabbit's garden began to disappear. It's a genuine mystery and one that the Super Sleuths are ready and willing to investigate. A few theories emerge as to where the vegetables could be going and Darby decides that an overnight stakeout is the best method of getting to the bottom of the problem; Tigger is devastated when he loses his best bouncing buddy, his shadow. He, Pooh, Darby and Buster try to find it, but come up short on leads. Pooh and Darby try constructing a replacement shadow that he can use until his real one comes back, but it just isn't the same. Tigger is ready to give up bouncing unless his shadow returns.Watch Now:iTunes
It's "I Love You Day" in the Hundred Acre Wood, a special holiday where everyone expresses their love for each other. Most everyone is giving cards, but Roo completely forgot to do anything at all, even for his mom. He wants to give her a special gift, but isn't sure what to give. His friends suggest gift ideas that suit her interests.Watch Now:iTunes
Lumpy is spending the night at Roo's, but he's having trouble getting to sleep. When Roo calls the Super Sleuths for help, they realize that familiar things may help him get to sleep. They try a variety of things, but find the problem so challenging that they're almost ready to give up.Watch Now:iTunes