After so many years of living with his Hundred Acre Woods buddies, Pooh has decided to take a vacation in Europe. His 2 week trip is following the horrible experience with the long eared, horned, huffalump. He is taking a trip to Europe because he is starting to get bored of the hundred acre woods. Christopher Robin had left a long time ago, and things were starting to get into a pattern. Children everywhere have been watching the same Pooh episodes for the past 10 years. Pooh is hoping to get new ideas in Europe.
Recently, the cartoon audience has matured, and with the world maturing, there is no place for an immature pooh. Disney is hoping for new ideas, possibly including morals like protection against under age sex, or drugs, or drinking and driving. Disney hopes that this will allow Pooh to reach children of all ages from -9 months- dead. The new Pooh TV series will begin in t, and will include such new characters, as the Egotistical, snotty, King Leon the lion, and the sinister, annoying Polly the parrot who is a recovering **** (plot spoiler.)
In Europe, Pooh hopes to experience exactly what he couldn't find in the Hundred Acre woods: The mature themes mentioned above. Rather than "sharing and caring," Denial and depression will be the themes of the day. Parents are excited to see the childhood character back after so long. "I knew the Pooh direction had to change after my toddler was unable to understand the complex experiences of Pooh and the gang, with no stealing (but accusations, of course) no sex (though some implications: Whatever happened to roo's (Kanga-roo) dad?) And no drugs (though tigger seems to be continually on them.) We need to see this direction continued and portrayed much Mucnt-sre obviously. Even I, a 14 year old parent, have occasional trouble understanding where some of the old Pooh's were going. I will probably watch this with just as much excitement as my child and mother. They may even discuss the problems with an inadequate education. Then I'll sue that guy who got me pregnant."
With hope, Pooh and friends could be changing the next generations naivety and open their eyes toward a better future.