Bear in the Big Blue House

Season 4 Episode 2

Welcome To Woodland Valley (2)

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Aired Weekdays 6:30 AM Sep 09, 2002 on Disney Channel

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  • Trivia

    • Brad Garrett and Gilbert Gottfried voice the Possums in this episode and receive the coveted With credit. These two extremely popular comedians both regularly do animated voices and both, like Noel MacNael, appeared on Hollywood Squares. However, they appeared as themselves, while MacNeal appeared as Bear.

  • Quotes

    • Luna: Anyplace people work together to help each other and make their lives safe, secure and better is a wonderful community.

    • Bear: I love this town!

    • Ojo: I was thinking that the tree could make a great reading nook where all of us sit and read with the possums.

    • Tutter: So I guess a few and a few and a few and a few make a lot.
      Bear: That's right, Tutter.

    • Doc Hogg: Everything else is taken care of but the books.
      Lois: What about my looks?
      Miss Maxwell: You're fine.

    • Possum 1: See! That hog is gonna use our house for kindling!
      Possum 2: Where are we gonna live? (cries)
      Possum 1: Our beautiful house.

    • Doc Hogg: I got it, Ojo. Once we get the tree out there, we'll chop it up and use it for firewood! Why, we'll have enough firewood for the whole year---
      Ojo: No, no, no.
      Doc Hogg: Enough to heat all of Woodland Valley.
      Ojo: No, no, no. Wait a second, Doc! You don't understand!

    • Pip, Pop and Tutter: (singing) Everything is great about the library / The library's a special place to go / So much fun it makes you want to raise your voice / But you have to keep your voices low.
      Harry: Why?

    • Harry: Um, exactly what's so great about a library again?

    • Doc Hogg: First thing we gotta do is get rid of the tree, huh?
      Bear: He's a genius, really.
      Doc Hogg: Yeah, I know. I just wanted to reassure you, Bear.

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