Bear in the Big Blue House

Season 3 Episode 10

What's Mine Is Yours

Aired Weekdays 6:30 AM Unknown on Disney Channel



  • Trivia

    • This episode includes a brief Real Kids segment in which some kids talk about things that they share.

    • Bear reads the names of two potential alternate Bear in the Big Blue House shows from Ojo's book --- Bear in the Big Bamboo House and Canadian Bear in the Big Log Cabin (from Canada, near Saskatchewan.)

    • This episode included an abbreviated version of the song "What's in the Mail Today" and the song "What's Mine Is Yours."

    • The Shadow segment in this episode was recycled directly from "Share, Bear." Only the Shadow/Bear interactions are different.

    • This episode is somewhat similar to the first season's "Share, Bear." Sharing is a major theme of this episode and there's also a picnic, just like in "Share, Bear."

  • Quotes

    • Luna: You know, Bear, families share all the time without even thinking about it. And we all share the world and the heavens together.

    • Pop: Come on, Pip! Let the clam expedition begin!
      Pip: I'm with you, Pip, my fellow clam exedition... um, er...
      Pop: Let's just go.
      Pip and Pop: Bye, Bear!

    • Girl: (saying something that she shares in Real Kids segment) My money.
      Boy: Ooh, can I have some?

    • Bear: (singing) Your dog can share your bed / And 27 guys can share a name / If they're all named Fred.

    • Bear: (singing) What's yours is mine / What's mine is yours / We're in the same boat / Let's share the oars / You know we'll go much faster if we do / And I love it that I share the world with you.

    • Bear: You know, when you have something that's all your own, that can be very special. But sometimes it's even nicer to share.

    • Bear: Okay, okay, okay. There's a lot going on here, so why don't you just tell me what's happening one at a time?
      Tutter: Well, Ojo won't let us look at her book with her.
      Treelo: Yeah. Ojo no share.

    • Bear: (reading letter included with Ojo's package) "Dear, Ojo. This was one of my favorite books when I was a little bear. I hope you like it as much as I did. Love, Ursa."

    • Bear: Tell me, were you just washing your hair? 'Cause you smell all sweet and "shampooey." Aah. Or maybe you simply smell this good all the time.

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