Tigger wants snowshoes to be able to bounce in the snow.
Rabbit wants a new flyswatter to keep bugs out of his garden.
Eeyore wants an umbrella to keep snow off of his stick-house.
Piglet's not sure what he wants.
Pooh asks for honey (of course) for everyone.
Christopher Robin wants a sled.
It seems like everyone is covered, so Christopher Robin lets the letter go in the wind, off to the North Pole.
Piglet reminds Pooh that he forgot to ask Santa for a present! Pooh quickly devises a plan involving flying on a balloon and catching the letter before Santa gets it.
It doesn't go quite as planned...(the writers loved slapstick in this series)
But they get the letter, anyway. Meeting Tigger and Eeyore, the gang heads over to Rabbit's house to edit the letter.
Meanwhile, Rabbit is decorating his carrot tree when he gets a knock on the door and hears carolers outside. However, he opens the door to discover...
Deagle Deagle Deagle!
The gang begins to get greedy and start asking for everything in mass amounts. Suddenly, they realize that it's Christmas Eve! Pooh is enlisted to send off the letter while Rabbit, Tigger, and Eeyore go off to find a bigger tree for all the presents.
Meanwhile, Rabbit, Tigger, and Eeyore enlist Gopher (he's not in the book) to help them cut down a huge tree. Gopher is subjected to some amusing slapstick, but eventually the tree is put in the right place. It is soon decorated with hundreds of ornaments (mostly old furniture), complete with Eeyore as an angel (easily the best moment in the entire special).