Bear in the Big Blue House

Season 4 Episode 10

At the Old Bear Game

Aired Weekdays 6:30 AM Sep 30, 2002 on Disney Channel



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Luna: Don't sell yourself short, Bear. Although I don't suppose you could ever do that. You're too big.

    • Bear: Oh wow! My very own baseball card!
      Pip: And check out your stats, Bear.
      Bear: Oh, um --- sniffing - 1000. Hugging... right now. Huh? (Pip and Pop hug him.) Oh, I get it. Thanks, guys.

    • Ferret: You don't have to make a million clams a year to be a hero. In fact, some of the biggest heroes around are regular folks. Parents, teachers, friends, or maybe just a big old bear who takes care of the people he cares about. If you know what I mean.

    • Bear: And they also wanna know --- how... do... you... catch a grounder?
      Pip: Grounder.
      Ferret: Well, you could have just asked Bear.
      Pip and Pop: (laugh hysterically) Bear?!

    • Pip: Bear, you've been near greatness.
      Pop: And we've near to somebody who's been near greatness all this time!

    • Bear: A hero is someone you admire for doing something great.

    • Pip and Pop: Hey, Bear!
      Bear: Oh! Pip, Pop! You scared me!
      Pip: Really?
      Pop: You think he'd be used to that by now.
      Pip: Mm-hmm.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Bear gives his collection of baseball cards to Pip and Pop. Included in the album are cards of a few more players with spoof names --- Joe Dimagpie, Willie Neighs and Jackie Robinsegg, which, respectively, are plays on the names of baseball greats Joe Dimaggio, Willie Mays and Jackie Robinson.

    • The name of Pip and Pops' baseball hero, Ferret Jeeter, is a play on the name of the New York Yankee star Derek Jeter.