The Berenstain Bears (2003) (season 2)

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The following is a list of quotes from the second season of The Berenstain Bears.

Season 2


The Excuse Note / On The Job [2.1]

[while Teacher Jane and her class are doing deep knee bends in gym]
Sister Bear: I'm getting tired already.
Lizzie: I was getting tired just...thinking about it.
Millie: Why do we have to do so many?

Lizzie: [during gym class] Why do we have to walk like ducks?
Millie: Beats me.
[The whole class does the duck walk]
Sister Bear: I'll bet nobody makes ducks walk like bears.

Sister Bear: Why is exercising in gym so important anyway?
Brother Bear: Exercise makes your muscles stronger. And stronger muscles can make you a better soccer player. That's what I want to be.

Lizzie: [looks at Sister's excuse note] Now who's the lucky one?
[She passes the note back to Sister who then passes it to Millie]
Millie: [looks at the note] Gee, when will it be my turn to sprain something?

Lizzie: Remember the time I fell out of a tree and sprained my wrist, and y mom wrote me a note to excuse me from gym?
Sister Bear: I remember. How come you get all the luck?

Teacher Bob: I found all the jobs you wrote about very interesting, Brother.
Brother Bear: I had a hard time picking just one.
Teacher Bob: [reading Brother's report aloud] "There are many wonderful jobs and opportunities to choose from, and there's plenty of time for me to decide what I'd like to be when I grow up." Very thoughtful words indeed, Brother Bear.

Cousin Freddy: Do you have any ideas on what you want to be when you grow up?
Brother Bear: When I was younger, I wanted to be Superbear.
Cousin Freddy: [chuckles] I don't think that counts.
Brother Bear: You're probably right.

Too Small For The Team / The Jump Rope Contest [2.2]

Sister Bear: If I'm not big enough for the team, how come I'm big enough to be team manager?

Sister Bear: I'm fast, I'm tricky, and I kick really hard.

Sister Bear: Maybe you're just jealous, Lizzie Bruin, because I'm the best jump roper in Bear Country and you're not.
Lizzie: I am not Jealous.
Sister Bear: Are too jealous.

Sister Bear: I just want to say, may the best bear win.

The Bad Habit / The Prize Pumpkin [2.3]

Brother Bear: Gee, I wish I had a bad habit to break so I can earn some extra money.
Papa Bear: [laughing] Oh, go on.

Papa Bear: [about his pumpkin rival and opponent Farmer Ben who has won the pumpkin contest 10 or more years already before Papa even entered] MY PUMPKIN --THE GIANT-- IT CAN BEAT THE PANTS OFF FROM ANY OF FARMER BEN'S PUMPKINS! I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE PUMPKIN CONTEST!
Mama Bear: Thanksgiving is about giving thanks and not about beating the pants off someone, especially with your best friend.
Papa Bear: [half chuckles and then roars in frustration about the Giant coming in first place] (HA!) THERE ARE NO FRIENDS IN PUMPKIN GROWING CONTESTS!
[Indeed, for 10 years in a row, Farmer Ben has gotten first place with his pumpkin while Mrs. Mc Grizz --for 10 years-- has gotten second place. And Papa --with the Bear family's pumpkin "The Giant"-- wants to beat his rivals --Farmer Ben and Mrs. McGrizz-- this year. That is, not knowing that "The Giant" is going to go in 3rd place every year. But --despite that-- Papa still hopes his pumpkin --The Giant-- will go in first or second place this year.]

Papa Bear: You know, you can have your colorful autumn leaves and your golden sunsets. What I like best about fall is a big spread of orange pumpkins.

Sister Bear: What is Papa doing?
Papa Bear: [to the Giant] Come on, buddy. Keep growing. You can do it. Think big.
Mama Bear: [laughs] Papa just read a book that says you can make plants grow faster by talking to them.
Sister Bear: Hmm. Was it a comic book?
[Brother and Sister started to laugh]
Papa Bear: I heard that. Laugh if you want to, but I'll do whatever it takes to win.

Papa Bear: [watching Farmer Ben fertilize his pumpkin patch] It doesn't matter what you do, Ben. None of your pumpkins are going to ever measure up to the Giant. [chuckles]

Ferdy Factual / Lend a Helping Hand [2.4]

Brother Bear: I don't get it. Queenie pretends to be his friend, we're really trying to be his friends, and we're the ones he ignores.
Cousin Freddy: How can somebody so smart be so dumb?
Sister Bear: Ferdy knows a lot of things, but I don't think he knows very much about friends.
Cousin Freddy: Guess he'll just have to find out about Queenie the hard way.

Sister Bear: Widder Jones is really nice, isn't she?
Brother Bear: And she's always doing things for everyone else.

Sister Bear: [to Brother] Are you doing anything important on Saturday?
Brother Bear: Yeah, sort of. I'm helping out a neighbor at her yard sale.
Sister Bear: Me too.

The Big Blooper / Nothing to Do [2.5]

[At Sister and Lizzy's indoor picnic.]
Sister's Doll: "Mommy...? I cannot eat any more of my sandwich! I am stuffed!"
Lizzy's Doll: "I am stuffed too".
Sister: [as her doll's "mama"] I told you to not eat your cookies first.
[Sister and Lizzy both laugh. When Sister's Doll ate her cookies/dessert/snacks first, she was too full up to eat her sandwich.]

[On the video "Trouble at Big Bear High". It is a video that Barry --Lizzy's older brother-- had rented from a video rental shop.]
Boy Bear: Out of my way, guys! I got points to score! Your team's going down, Fur Ball!
Boy Bear 2: Who you calling Fur Ball, Fur Ball?

Sister Bear: Brother, look what you did!
Brother Bear: Sorry.
Sister Bear: Brother, you're such a furball!
Mama Bear: (Gasps)
Sister Bear: What? Did I say something wrong?
Papa Bear: You certainly did, young lady! That's a terrible thing to call someone!
Mama Bear: Wherever did you get language like that?
Sister Bear: On a video.
Mama Bear: What sort of video?
Sister Bear: "Trouble at Big Bear High".
Brother Bear: "Trouble at Big Bear High"? That video's not for little cubs.
Mama Bear: If it has that kind of talk in it, I don't think it's fit for big cubs either.
Sister Bear: Lizzie's older brother rented it. I didn't know.
Papa Bear: I know you didn't know, but now you do. (And neither did Lizzie.)
Mama Bear: You could really hurt someone's feelings with that word. But the important thing is, we caught it in time, before you said it to someone else.
Brother Bear: Uh-oh, I think she said it to someone else.
Mama Bear: Oh, Sister!
Sister Bear: Mama, I need to go see Lizzy right away.
Mama Bear: Hurry along, then.
Brother Bear: And I thought I did dumb things sometimes. Heh. Oops.
Sister Bear: Lizzy! You know that word we've been saying? It's a bad word.
Lizzy: Now you tell me. I called my brother a you-know-what, right in front of my mom!
Sister Bear: Oh, no!
Lizzy: Oh, yes! I didn't know it was a bad word. Boy, did I ever get a talking to? I sure wish we'd never watched that video!
Sister Bear: Me too! No wonder Stacy and Millie didn't want to play with us.
Lizzy: I forgot all about Stacy and Millie. I wonder what they think of us? Now what do we do?
Sister Bear: We tell them we're sorry! Come on!

Millie: Crude talk is rude talk.
Stacy: And name calling is nasty.

Sister Bear: Saying words that hurt other people's feelings doesn't sound too grown-up to me.
Mama Bear: You're right. Our language has so many words to choose from.

Mama Bear: What are you cubs doing?
Sister Bear: [sighs] Nothing.
Brother Bear: There's nothing to do.
Mama Bear: Nothing to do? Everybody else seems to be able to find something to do.

Papa Bear: Yes. Four hands may clean up faster than two, but eight hands clean even faster.

House of Mirrors / Too Much Pressure [2.6]

Mrs. Bruin: Some little bears have big ears.
Lizzie: You mean Sister has big ears?

Sister Bear: I have big ears!
Mama Bear: [chuckles] Big ears? Goodness, I don't know where you got the idea. But your ears aren't big.
Sister Bear: Yes, they are! They're big. Big as an elephant's!

Sister Bear: Lizzie, maybe you're a bit loud and maybe you talk a lot. But don't ever listen to anyone who says you have a big mouth.

[Mama, Brother, and Sister are crying in the red roadster car --crying because it is not working.]
Papa Bear: [as he sees that Mama, Brother and Sister are crying --crying with Mama-- because Mama forgot to get the car fixed] What in...!? [sighs] So this is what it's come to! All right then!
[Papa makes an announcement in a big "Papa Bear" tone.]

Visit Fun Park / The Perfect Fishing Spot [2.7]

Mama Bear: It's easy to boast, but it's not so easy when you have to do the big things you boast about.
Sister Bear: So you shouldn't brag about things you've never done before.

Papa Bear: If there's no prize-winning fish in this lake, why, I'll eat my hat!

Sister Bear: I think we should have stuck with the fish we had before.
Papa Bear: But I wanted a real prize winner.
Sister Bear: But Papa, we weren't catching a fish to win a prize. We were catching a fish for dinner. I don't think Gran and Gramps need a whale.

The Summer Job / The Big Red Kite [2.8]

Farmer Ben: You cubs look awfully cheery today!
Sister Bear: That's because school's out.
Brother Bear: Yep, it's the first day of summer!

Farmer Ben: [referring to the farm] Peace and quiet doesn't last long around here.

Sister Bear: [after pumping the water] I think my arms are going to fall off.
Brother Bear: If they do, may I use them to carry two more pails of water?

Sister Bear: Gee, Farmer Ben is going to lose his whole crop! He doesn't need to hear about losing his helpers too.
Brother Bear: I know.

Papa Bear: You don't need to buy a kite when you can make one.

Too Much Vacation / The Trouble with Grown-Ups [2.9]

Papa Bear: Okay, Everyone set?
Mama Bear: Are we forgetting something?
Sister Bear: [gasps] Brother!
[Brother comes running out of the house]
Mama Bear: [chuckles] Well, we can't forget Brother!
Papa Bear: [chuckles] After all, this is a family vacation.
Brother Bear: Got the camera, I wanna take lots of pictures.

[Papa Bear has just fallen into the river after being carried out of the cabin in a flood.]
Papa Bear: [angrily] That's it! We're going home! The best vacation ever has been nothing but the worst vacation ever! Nothing has gone right. The cabin, the fishing, the berries... THE STEW! It was all supposed to be... fun!

Mama Bear: Sometimes the difference between having a bad time and a great time all depends on how you look at it.
Papa Bear: And you know what the best part of this vacation is? It's not over yet. Now, who wants to go find some sweet bumble berries for breakfast?
Sister Bear: Yes!
Brother Bear Let's go!

[Papa --who was looking for the rest of his newspaper-- finds the rest of his newspaper and sees Brother using it to keep the paint off of his desk. Before that, Sister was hogging the phone when she was talking to Lizzy. That is, even though Mama needed the phone to call the hardware store.]
Papa Bear: [shocked] What are you doing with (the rest of) my newspaper?!
Brother Bear: Using it to keep the paint off my desk.
Papa Bear: You should have asked!
Brother Bear: But no one in this family reads the for-sale section!
Papa Bear: Well, I'm reading it now!
[After Papa says this, he demands that Brother hands over the rest of his newspaper. Because the "for sale" section was part of his newspaper. And Brother was using it to keep the paint off of his desk, when he should've taken the old newspaper from the recycle bin instead.]

Mama Bear: Just think, someday you'll be parents with cubs all your own to take care of.
Brother Bear: I think maybe we'll skip that part.
Sister Bear: And we'll just become grandparents.

Teacher Jane: Our last play for tonight features Brother and Sister Bear, Cousin Fred, and Lizzie Bruin. It's called "The Trouble with Parents".
[As the school play starts, Brother is "Papa Bear", Sister is "Mama Bear", Cousin Freddy is "Brother Bear", and Lizzy is "Sister Bear"]
Brother Bear as Papa Bear: Where is (the rest of) my newspaper, son?!
Cousin Freddie as Brother Bear: I have it, Papa. I'm using it so you don't get any paint on this nice new table you made in your workshop.
Brother Bear as Papa Bear: What?! You didn't ask me!
Cousin Freddie as Brother Bear: But you never read this section, Papa!
Brother Bear as Papa Bear: That doesn't matter! Ooh, you cubs make me so mad!
[Everyone in the audience laughs, including the grandparents. But Papa and Mama Bear are embarrassed.]
Lizzy as Sister Bear: [talking on the phone] Hi, Terry.
Sister Bear as Mama Bear: Is that Mrs. Waterspout, dear?
Lizzy as Sister Bear: No, Mama. It is my friend, Terry.
Sister Bear as Mama Bear: You know I'm waiting for a very important telephone call!
Lizzy as Sister Bear: I'm sorry, Mama. But I didn't--
Sister Bear as Mama Bear: You cubs talk on the phone a zillion times a day! It makes me want to SCREAM!
[The cap on Sister's costume flies off.]

[As the school play ends]
Lizzie: You know sometimes.
Cousin Freddy: Our parents are all right.
Sister Bear: But sometimes it's hard being a cub when parents seem to blow their tops without a good reason.
Brother Bear: Sooner or later, parents grow out of it and become grandparents.
Brother Bear, Sister Bear, Lizzie and Cousin Freddy: And grandparents never blow their tops at their grandcubs.

Go to the Doctor / Don't Pollute (Anymore) [2.10]

Dr. Grizzly: Papa, I'm afraid you're sick.
Papa Bear: I never get sick... well, almost never.

Honey: [hides in the quilt because she does not want to have her second checkup even though she had her first one already] I am not coming out until you promise that I don't have to go to the doctor!

Mama Bear: When we do the work together, it makes a big job smaller.
Sister Bear: And easier.
Mama Bear: Uh-huh.
Brother Bear: And more fun.

Professor Actual Factual: Sometimes, little ideas can help solve the biggest problems.

The In Crowd / Fly It [2.11]

Hilary: Go ahead! Whoever wants to go play with Little Miss Hairbow can be my guest!

Sister Bear: Mama, do you think jumping rope is just for little cubs?
Mama Bear: No, I don't think so.

Teacher Bob: If at first you don't succeed, then try, try again.

By the Sea / Catch the Bus [2.12]

Mama Bear: We have some work to do.
Brother Bear: Work? But I thought this was supposed to be a vacation.
Sister Bear: Brother's right. It's not fair!

Mama Bear: Ah-ha. Now I see. The cubs are learning a lesson today.
Papa Bear: [chuckles] That's right. It's Papa Bear's crash course in vacation cooperation, consideration, and participation.

Papa Bear: What's the matter, Brother? Have you got ants in your pants?
Brother Bear: No, I have sand in my swim suit.

[After Brother and Sister have to miss out going to the book store because it's closed --thanks to Brother who was late.]
Brother Bear: Maybe next time, I should pay closer attention to my watch.
Mama Bear: [to Brother] A watch does not take you where you have to be. [then turns to both him and Sister] It is up to you two to decide if you want to be on time.
[According to Mama, a watch is one thing. But it is not going to take you where you have to be. It is up to you --or in this case Brother-- to decide if you want to be on time.]

Family Get-Together / The Stinky Milk Mystery [2.13]

Mama Bear: It takes all kinds to make up a family.

Sister Bear: [sighs] what did i do?
Farmer Ben: Oh, I wouldn't want to live anywhere else, even though there are many chores to do.

Brother Bear: I wouldn't want to do anything that would make Farmer Ben upset. He might not let us come back and help him again.