Brother appears shirtless and in a swimsuit in "Bears for All Seasons".
Brother appears shirtless and in a swimsuit in "Car Trip".
Brother mentions that he's Gran's only grandson, but he forgets about Cousin Fred.
In the book version of "The New Neighbours", the Bear family's new neighbours are a family of pandas. Some people thought the book was a bit raciest because of how Papa didn't like the Panda family because they were different.
Brother appears shirtless and in a swimsuit in "By the Sea".
In "The Big Red Kite", when Papa asks for the cubs to pass the paper, scissors, and a rock, could he have been thinking of the game known as "Rock, Paper, Scissors"?
There are several differences between the book version and the TV episode version of "Too Much Pressure". The book starts with the family not being busy at all, than they start adding stuff to their schedule. The episode starts in the middle of the book, right when Grams Bear calls Mama Bear. In the book, Papa wasn't plagued with the pressures that he was plagued with in the episode, but he still had the same nightmare. In the book, Papa was going to fix the car for Mama, but she would always drive off with the cubs before he could get a chance. And in the book, when Mama suffered her "Breakdown", it was more severe than it was in the episode as she actually ran into the house, and Brother had to run off to get Papa in order to help Mama calm down. The resolution process also went on a bit longer, too.
In "The Big Blooper", we learn that Lizzie has an older brother, but we never find out what his name is or even see him.
The term furball is heard 11 times in "The Big Blooper".
Differences Between the book and TV versions of "Get the Gimmies":
1. Papa speaks strictly when he is punishing the cubs for their gimmies. In the book, he yells at them when punishing them.
2. The book doesn't mention the collection boxes for the Sick Cubs Hospital.
3. In the book, the cubs don't get caught eavesdropping on the adults' conversation; they sneak back to their room.
In "Get the Gimmies", when Papa sends Brother and Sister to their room, he says, "No treats for a week! A month! A year!". He says the same lines in the book, but instead of "No treats", he says "No TV".
In the flashback scene in "Get the Gimmies", Little Papa has a tantrum because he wants a toy truck, while in the book, he has it because he wants a candy apple.
"Count Their Blessings" marks the first time Bearbies are shown and mentioned.
There's a difference between the book version of "Trouble With Money" and the TV episode version of it. In the book version, the cubs wanted to earn more money to play an arcade video game, not to buy Bear Air Jackets.
"Go to School" marks the first time Bearbie, a play on the popular Barbie doll, is mentioned.
When Sister tells Mama, "This year the numbers are going to be a lot bigger", her eyebrows disappear. They reappear when she says, "And so are the words."
"Mighty Milton" was taken from the Berenstain Bears book, Too Much Teasing.
Brother Bear appears shirtless.
Glitch: In "Too Much TV" when Papa had the remote, one button was missing at the bottom. But when Mama took the remote back from Papa, all the buttons were there again.
In "The Trouble with Grown-Ups," the play that the cubs put on has the same name. But when Teacher Jane announces it, she says it's called "The Trouble with Parents."
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