"Friendly Tails" follows the life of Darby and her struggle cope with the pressures of taking care of the mentally handicapped Pooh and the manic depressive Tigger. As Darby becomes increasingly tired of the strain taking care of these two places on her, she turns to drugs to cope. These psychoactive drugs cause her hallucinate and repeatedly mutter "think, think, think". It is left for the viewer to interpret what she is thinking about: the most obvious interpretation being the "mystery" that is presented them in each episode; however, these mysteries seem more about patronizing her friends and providing a distraction than any actual problem in her mind, as the mysteries are hardly difficult to figure out. Instead the astute viewer is left thinking that she is presenting her friends with an elaborate game in order to keep them from realizing the futility of their existence. And this leads me to the critical flaw of these stories: they have no progression; in them nothing is solved and Darby is left exactly where she started. Some might argue that this is the most artful part of "My Frineds, Tigger and Pooh", but in the end art is supposed to be enjoyed and these short films are too difficult for that.