Bear comments that Grandma Flutter's letter must have been delayed in the mail. This is no surprise, as viewers later learn that the mail in Woodland Valley is delivered by a tortoise named Jeremiah. In the fourth-season episode, "A Strange Bird," Bear learns that a penguin named Puck is coming to the Big Blue House when he finds a two-week old postcard at the post office.
This episode features two songs "Clean Up the House" and "The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha." The closing credits also refer to this episode as including "What's in the Mail Today?" and "Everybody in the Tub." However, these two songs are heard only in brief instrumental forms.
Grandma Flutter: Little Tutter is not used to keeping up with the likes of his old Grandma. I could cha-cha-cha all night long.
Bear: Well, you can certainly out-cha-cha-cha me.
Tutter: You know about the Bear Cha-Cha-Cha?
Grandma Flutter: Oh, as long as there's been bears and mice, they've been doing the cha-cha-cha together.
Bear: This is an exciting day. Tutter's Grandma Flutter is coming for a visit. She's part of his family. Yeah, family. But, what is a family? Have you ever wondered about that? I sure have. Well, the fruth is, families come in all shapes, colors and sizes.
Bear; It just says that your Grandma should be coming here... today.
Tutter: Today? But that's... let's see, that would be... take the three, divide by two, carry the five... today?! Aah! There's not enough time, Bear! Not enough!