Care Bears

Big Wish Movie

Season 7, Ep 5, Aired 10/17/05
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  • Episode Description
  • In the second CGI Care Bears movie, viewers are taken back to when Wish Bear and her good friend Twinkers the wishing star met for the first time. Back in the present, Wish Bear is using Twinkers' wishing power to help out her friends, but doesn't realize that all her wishes only seem to be creating problems. During the weekly Care Bears steering-committee meeting, there's some disturbing new business - it turns out that the meter that keeps track of how much caring there is in Care-a-Lot is trending towards the not-so-much side. Furthermore, the problems created by Wish Bear's wishes are a big part of the meeting agenda. The Care Bears consider the problem and decide to have a special month in which they focus extra-hard on caring and tell Wish Bear that just making wishes won't solve the problem. Wish Bear laments to herself that she didn't realize that the other Care Bears don't like her wishes. She wishes for some new friends that like wishing as much as she does and soon three new bears come storming into Care-a-Lot in a beaten-down, old car --- Too Loud Bear, Me Bear and Messy Bear. Everyone welcomes them to Care-a-Lot, but things only go from bad to worse as their behavior creates some big problems.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Sugar Lyn Beard

    Wish Bear

  • Stephen Ouimette

    Too Loud Bear

  • Tracey Hoyt

    Me Bear

  • Ron Rubin

    Messy Bear

  • Scott McCord

    Bedtime Bear

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Wish Bear Learns an very important lesson.

    By yuki_megami, Apr 21, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (19)

    • Male Vocalist: (singing) The power of wishing / Can take you anywhere / But you've got to try / It ain't so hard / In no time, you'll be there!

    • Too Loud Bear: Hey, Me Bear! Did you see how happy Twinkers was when he went back to Wish Bear? Wish Bear: Twinkers! Did you hear? Too Loud Bear finally got your name right. Twinkers: Whatever.

    • Champ Bear: Nice wishing, Messy Bear. Messy Bear: Thanks. Only... would you mind calling me Neat Bear from now on? I'm going for a new image. Champ Bear: You got it.

    • Chorus: (singing) It takes you and me / Working in harmony / Working for the things we love / Caring for each other.

    • Wish Bear: Look at him. He's so weak. Is there any way you can help make him better? Big Wish: That depends on you. Wish Bear: If you mean --- "Did I learn my lesson?" Yes. Wishing is fun, but it's more important to work hard to make your dreams come true and if you can do it with your friends, that's the best way to show that you care.

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    Trivia (7)

    • Early concept art available on the DVD for this movie reveals that Me Bear's tummy symbol was originally going to be her own face and that the expression on this face would change with Me Bear's mood.

    • Ian Thomas was nominated for a Gemini Award in the category of Best Original Music in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series for his work on this movie. The winner was announced at the 20th Annual Gemini Awards on November 17, 18, & 19, 2005. Unfortunately, though, Ian Thomas did not win this award.

    • Premiered on YTV in Canada at 1:30 P.M. on Monday, October 10, 2005. Premiered on Playhouse Disney in the United States on Monday, October 17, 2005. Released on DVD and video on October 18, 2005.

    • All "i"s during the closing credits are dotted with hearts.

    • Robert Tinkler is credited as Rob Tinkler, Louise Vallance is credited as Stevie Vallance and Elizabeth Hanna is credited as Liz Hanna.

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    Allusions (1)

    • A brief allusion is made to the previous CGI feature, Journey to Joke-a-lot when it's mentioned during a Care-a-Lot steering committee meeting that Princess Gig from Joke-a-Lot will be paying a visit to Care-a-Lot.

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