Back at the TARDIS, everyone was gathered to say their final goodbye's, even the gorilla who had been working for the Master.

"I am sorry about what I put you through, I know that I can't really make a proper explanation but I had to do what needed to be done in order to survive. I'm just glad none of you got hurt. I guess now that my time with the Master is over, I think the best thing for me to do is be on my way and see if I can make something of myself," the gorilla told them. Rabbit handed him a large bag of vegetables from his own garden.

"I honestly don't know why I'm giving these to you, but I just don't feel right sending someone off without a bite to eat," he said. The gorilla nodded sheepishly and walked away, and once he was out of sight, the inhabitants of the Hundred Acre Wood looked at the Doctor and Sarah Jane.

"It's been a blast having you here, do you think we'll ever see each other again?" asked Roo excitedly.

"My dear little friend, I can never be too sure, but it would be an honor for me to spend quality time with all of you once more," replied the Doctor before giving him a bag of jelly babies.

"Thank you for saving the honey, and my tummy thanks you too," said Pooh.

"It was wonderful getting to meet all of you, I wish you the best of luck," said Sarah Jane, and hugs were given throughout. The travelers entered the TARDIS waving their farewells. When they entered the TARDIS, the Doctor closed the doors and began to push a series of buttons.

"Do you think they'll be alright? I know we only knew them for a day, but I just really enjoyed being around them," inquired Sarah Jane as the TARDIS made the sound that meant that it was now moving through space and time. The Doctor turned on a screen, immediately displaying the characters that they had made friends with.

"If the writings of A.A. Milne and the works of the Disney Company are any indication, those characters are going to be making many people happy for a long time. Those characters always have each other's backs and always provide a safe refuge for many people who just need a friend. You are very fortunate to have experienced that firsthand yourself Sarah Jane," the Doctor replied.

"I thought those characters seemed familiar. Maybe I just didn't think about it," said Sarah Jane.

"Well, it's always a very different experience when you're actually in the Hundred Acre Wood than when reading about it," said the Doctor with a smile.