We Bare Bears


The Bears are an adoptive family of three bears of separate species and are the face of the Cartoon Network original series We Bare Bears. The family includes the three main characters: Grizzly, Panda, and Ice Bear, each having their own personalities, interests and talents. They’ve been together ever since they were young cubs, as first revealed, unofficially, in the web comic The Three Bare Bears and the Pilot, and officially in the episode Burrito.

When traveling as a stack, they usually form with Grizzly on top, Panda in the middle, and Ice Bear on the bottom, in accordance with their respective ages.

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They met on a railroad. Panda and Grizz were about to get run over by a train, but Ice Bear came to save them. Grizzly was born in a forest in the U.S and was found perched on a tree by park rangers while in distress. He was afterward adopted by a TV Network to star in Family Troubles, a Canadian Sitcom; Panda was originally from Shanghai, China and raised in captivity until he escaped the facility; and Ice Bear came from the Russian Arctic and was raised by Yuri until he was forced to leave him on a floating iceberg after being chased off by hunters.

Ever since they met, which was seen in the beginning of the movie, they have been sticking together in search of a new home. For a while, their home was a box on a road with “Free Bears” written on the side. In The Road, their attachment to boxes seems to be rather strong, and, after losing theirs, they attempt to find another box to replace it. Though they occasionally find places to stay that aren’t boxes, they don’t seem to travel very far without one.

The three eventually found themselves lost at sea with no food in an attempt to reach Japan. Eventually, a large wave crashes into them and washes them up onto the shore of anisland where they meet two castaways. They introduce themselves as Dave who is a jerk and Karla who is a kindhearted person, respectively. The Bears discover they’ve been trying to escape for a while but with no success.

The following night, the three cubs explained to their new friends how they got stranded on the island in the first place. Eventually, Dave heads off to bed and Karla asks the Bears if they’re ready to sleep. They manage to convince her to sing them a lullaby before they can sleep. She sings them a song she had sung with her sister all the time when they were children. This leads to the Bears falling asleep and Karla heading to bed herself.

In the morning, Ice Bear heads outside to find Dave attempting to pick coconuts out of a palm tree but failing. He decides to give it a go and climbs up the tree, grabbing coconuts and throwing them down en-masse to Dave. His brothers wake up shortly after, wondering where their younger brother was, though not too concerned of his whereabouts and have breakfast with Karla. Before they can do anything about it, Ice Bear barges into the shack with Dave in tow. Being unable to speak, he has trouble explaining what he’d just seen from when he was in the tree. Motioning for everyone to follow him, he leads them to a broken-down helicopter. After some inspection, both any emergency supplies and a functional engine were missing, leading Karla to grow depressed.

To cheer her up, the Bears decide to collect fruits from around the wilderness for her and bring it to her. In the process of this, Ice Bear accidentally drops a coconut, causing it to roll away. Running after it, he finds it now sitting by a large crate. His brothers head up to him to find the crate as well. Curious, they inspect the crate and find out it’s a bunch of supplies. They open and sift through the supplies and discover an inflatable raft. Excited to tell Karla, they start to make their way out when Dave appears.

The Bears explain to him how they found the crate and how it would help them get off the island. Dave grows furious at this and steals the crate. Confused, the three attempt to retrieve it as Dave tries to throw it off a ledge. This leads to him swinging both the Bears and the crate over the ledge into a pool of quicksand. Confessing his love for Karla to them, he also confesses his plan of keeping her on the island so she’d fall in love with him before leaving the Bears to die.

Not willing to let him get away with it, the three attempt to escape but to no avail. Despite this, Grizzly quickly hatches a plan and dives under to grab the inflatable raft. He manages to find its pull string and pull it up, causing it to inflate and push the bears out to safety. They then make their way to Karla whom they find alongside Dave who is starting to act rather creepy. Warning her about him and revealing his plan to her, the four start running away from Dave to the shore. He gives chase and they all end up at the beach where they find another inflatable raft.

Before they’re able to board it, Dave manages to snag Ice Bear’s paw and attempts to drag him back to make Karla stay with him. Unable to break free, the young bear grabs a star-fish and throws it at his face, causing him to release his grip on Ice Bear and allowing them to sail off to safety.

Night time soon arises. The Bears had fallen asleep, followed by Karla. A ship finds the raft and pulls Karla up, seemingly not noticing the Bears also aboard the raft. They eventually find themselves adrift as they slumber, only to wake up early in the morning and find Karla is missing. However, they had also reached their original destination: Japan.

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Even as adults, the Bears found themselves homeless and strapped for cash. Though they had made many attempts in finding the perfect home for themselves after settling in San Francisco, Bay Area, none of them seemed to succeed. They eventually buy a home-made dream-catcher from a stand on the street and use it to try and dream up their perfect home.

Soon after, a raccoon appears and snags their dream-catcher, running off with it. The Bears give chase in a desperate attempt to retrieve it. However, the raccoon outruns them.

With it being cold, raining, and late, the Bears seek temporary shelter for the night. They soon come across an empty cave. There was a lot of bugs and creepy-crawlies in it and when Panda saw a centipede crawling on the wall, he became scared and hid behind Grizzly. Though they’re not too fond of it, it’s the closest thing to shelter they’d be able to get. They then rest up for the night.

The following morning, they wake up to find themselves in what seems to be an entirely different place. Though still in the same cave, with the warm glows of the sunlight as is peeks from behind the horizon, the cave twinkles with utter beauty.

The three proceed to start creating their own home; making holes for windows and creating a door; the basic necessities. After creating their new forever home, the three head outside and use Panda’s old phone to take a photo of themselves in front of their new cave. The Bears have been living in this cave for over 5 years. (NINE YEARS AGO)

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The Bears

  • Grizzly: Being a grizzly bear, he is familiar with the forest area the Bears live in. He is the oldest and leader of the three and is seen as such. He tries his best to do what’s right for both the benefit of him and his family, but he can sometimes get carried away. Growing up without guardians, much like his brothers, he grew up trying to be a model big brother though his irresponsible and childish behavior often hinders him from doing a good job at it.
  • Panda: Panda seems to have more knowledge in things regarding technology and things from the Eastern world. He’s the middle brother and, as stated by Grizzly, is the link that holds them all together. He seems to be the most delicate of the trio, being both quite anxious and, as Grizzly also described, cute. Even so, he does care about his brothers and will try to pitch in whenever he can.
  • Ice Bear: Ice Bear is the youngest of the trio, but is undoubtedly the toughest of them. Being the most mature and responsible of them, he tends to do most of the chores of the cave, and he doesn’t really mind doing so. Despite his willingness to pitch in where the others don’t, he still takes days off to relax and unwind. Not only is he a smart and strong bear, he’s essential to the Bears’ brotherhood.

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