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The bears are reunited with their pet crab, Captain Craboo. But after an unfortunate run-in with Nom Nom, the bears may lose their pet forever.
The episode was rated 8,58 from 149 votes.
While living alone in the arctic, baby Ice Bear meets a mysterious Russian man named Yuri who helps him survive the frigid environment.
The episode was rated 8,44 from 152 votes.
In order to attend Nom Nom's celebrity Christmas party, the bears must stop by their friends' parties first.
The episode was rated 8,29 from 119 votes.
Grizz likes Burritos. A lot. So much so that after a restaurant makes a Bear-Sized Burrito, Grizz can't bring himself to eat such a majestic work of art. He carries the burrito everywhere making it a new and increasingly smelly part of his life.
The episode was rated 8,23 from 266 votes.
Baby Panda lives a quiet life until he gets a new friend in his habitat.
The episode was rated 8,19 from 42 votes.
The Bears win a tour of the infamous Googs corporate headquarters.
The episode was rated 8,19 from 42 votes.
Ice Bear goes on a late-night adventure to rescue his friend, Yana, from some familiar foes.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 61 votes.
When Ice Bear's roomba gets stolen by a gang of techies, he must navigate the city's underground world to retrieve it.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 158 votes.
Pet Shop tells the tale of where the Baby Bears once lived, and after a run-in with a video crew shooting a Sarah McLachlan-type animal adoption video, almost seized an opportunity to find a home separated from each other.
The episode was rated 8,16 from 179 votes.
When his brothers don't need his help for the day, Grizz leaves the cave to help anyone in need.
The episode was rated 8,16 from 130 votes.
The Baby Bears build a giant sandcastle. But when some kids declare war on the Bears, they must fight to defend their new home.
The episode was rated 8,15 from 20 votes.
The Baby Bears get jobs as paper boys.
The episode was rated 8,12 from 43 votes.
The bears help Chloe study for an exam, but accidentally make things harder for her.
The episode was rated 8,10 from 126 votes.
After learning Ranger Tabes is investigating Charlie, the bears split up to ensure their friend's safety.
The episode was rated 8,09 from 120 votes.
The Baby Bears build a submarine and explore the depths of an aquarium so they can bring a lost squid to it’s family.
The episode was rated 8,08 from 48 votes.
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