The Berenstain Bears  Slumber Party The Homework Hassle   Ep 8

The Berenstain Bears Slumber Party The Homework Hassle Ep 8


SOMEWHERE DEEP IN BEAR COUNTRY
LIVES THE BERENSTAIN BEAR FAMILY THEY’RE KIND OF FURRY AROUND THE TORSO
THEY’RE A LOT LIKE PEOPLE, ONLY MORE SO THE BEAR FACT IS THAT
THEY’RE JUST LIKE YOU AND ME THE ONLY DIFFERENCE
IS THEY LIVE IN A TREE THE BERENSTAIN BEARS WHEN THINGS GO WRONG AS THINGS MIGHT DO
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS WILL FIND A WAY THROUGH MOMMA, POPPA ,SISTER AND BROTHER
WILL ALWAYS BE THERE FOR EACH OTHER THE BEAR FACT IS THAT
THEY CAN BE SWEET AS HONEY SOMETIMES YOU’LL FIND
THEY MIGHT BE JUST PLAIN FUNNY THE BERENSTAIN BEARS
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS [ SISITER ]:
SOMETIMES LITTLE BEARS’ GOOD
BEHAVIOUR ENDS WHEN THEY PACK
THEIR PAJAMAS AND STAY OVER
WITH FRIENDS. [ PHONE RINGING ]
HELLO? BROTHER,
COUSIN FRED. HELLO?
THE FIFTH MATH PROBLEM? I GOT FIVE AND A HALF.
YOU TOO? GREAT. WELL, BYE.
[ PHONE RINGING ] HELLO?…
SISTER, IT’S LIZZIE BRUIN. I WONDER WHAT SHE’S
COME UP WITH NOW. SHE ALWAYS HAS SOME BIG IDEA.
A STUFFED-ANIMAL TEA PARTY, DRESSING UP IN GROWN-UP’S
CLOTHES IN THE ATTIC. ONE TIME, SHE EVEN
ORGANIZED A CLUB IN FARMER BEN’S CHICKEN COOP —
PEE-YOO! I KNOW, YOU TOLD ME…
ABOUT FIVE TIMES. HI, LIZZIE. WHAT’S UP?
A WHAT? REALLY? AT YOUR HOUSE?
SATURDAY NIGHT? OF COURSE I CAN COME.
WELL, JUST AS SOON AS I ASK MAMA AND PAPA.
MAMA, MAMA! WE’RE IN
THE GUESTROOM. BUT BE CAREFUL…OH!
WHERE’S PAPA? HEE-HEE. OOPS. SORRY, PAPA.
IT’S ALL RIGHT, SISTER. WHAT’S A LITTLE PAINT
AMONG FRIENDS? NOW, WHAT’S ALL THE EXCITEMENT?
LIZZIE BRUIN IS HAVING A SLEEP-OVER AND I’M INVITED.
JUST MILLIE, ANNA AND ME. IT’S OK IF I GO?
WELL… I DON’T KNOW… THANKS, MAMA. I KNEW–
DID YOU SAY… “NO?” NO, I SAID, “I DON’T KNOW.”
YOU’VE NEVER SLEPT AWAY FROM HOME BEFORE.
YES, I HAVE, MAMA. AT GRIZZLY GRAMPS AND GRAN’S.
ONE TIME, FOR A WHOLE WEEK. BUT GRAMPS AND GRAN ARE FAMILY,
CLOSE FAMILY. WELL, THE BRUINS ARE…
CLOSE NEIGHBOURS. OH PLEASE, MAMA.
IT’LL BE SO MUCH FUN! I’M TAKING MY PLAYER.
MY FRIENDS HAVE GREAT TAPES. WE’LL MAKE POPCORN AND–
OH, I SUPPOSE IT’S ALL RIGHT. BUT, AS PART OF THIS FAMILY,
WE EXPECT YOU TO BEHAVE PROPERLY WHEN YOU’RE AWAY FROM HOME.
SLEEPING OVER AT A FRIEND’S HOUSE IS A SPECIAL PRIVILEGE.
AND WHAT GOES WITH PRIVILEGE IS RESPONSIBILITY.
DO YOU KNOW WHAT THOSE WORDS MEAN, SISTER?
SURE, “PRIVILEGE” MEANS “ALLOWED TO DO STUFF”,
AND “RESPONSIBILITY” MEANS “NOT MESSING UP”.
. PAPA’S RIGHT.
BEING RESPONSIBLE MEANS THAT NO MATTER
WHAT ANYONE ELSE SAYS OR DOES– I DO WHAT I KNOW IS RIGHT.
THAT’S OUR LITTLE GIRL.
OK, THEN. YOU CAN GO.
BUT ONLY IF YOU PROMISE TO REMEMBER THAT.
YAY! I PROMISE. THANKS, MAMA!
I HAVE TO CALL LIZZIE.
OH! HUM… [ GIGGLING ]
[ LAUGHING ] I CAN HARDLY WAIT, LIZZIE.
YOUR SLUMBER PARTY’S GOING TO BE SO MUCH FUN.
DID SOMEBODY SAY SLUMBER PARTY?
CAN I COME? SURE. WHY NOT?
WHAT’S ONE MORE? HI.
LIZZIE’S HAVING A SLUMBER PARTY. WAIT ‘TIL
I TELL LINDA. WHEE!
THERE’S A SLUMBER PARTY AT LIZZIE BRUIN’S HOUSE.
WHAT DOES IT SAY? THAT YOU’RE HAVING
A SLUMBER PARTY. HEY, QUEENIE.
HI, TOO-TALL. WHERE DID YOU GET THE BOOM BOX?
QUEENIE, CHECK THIS OUT. THANKS.
NOT YOU, SMIRK. THE BOOM BOX.
OH. IT SURE WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE
THAT AT LIZZIE’S SLUMBER PARTY. A PARTY? GREAT!
IT’S Y.
GIRLS ONLY. SO, DOES THAT MEAN
WE AREN’T INVITED? URGH.
NOT NECESSARILY. UH… NOW WE’RE REALLY CONFUSED.
WHAT I MEAN IS, WHO NEEDS AN INVITATION?
UM… US? NO. WE’RE JUST GONNA SHOW UP.
GET IT? OHHH.
[ ] [ PHONE RINGING ]
HI… YOU CAN SHOW US HOW TO MAKE
FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS?… SURE, YOU CAN COME.
WHAT’S ONE MORE? [ PHONE RINGING ]
HELLO?… SURE. WHAT’S ONE MORE?
OH, MAMA, THIS IS SO EXCITING. MY VERY FIRST SLEEP-OVER!
DON’T FORGET YOUR TOOTHBRUSH AND YOUR PAJAMAS.
AND REMEMBER WHAT YOU PROMISED…
OH, YES. A SNACK. I TOLD LIZZIE I’D BRING A SNACK.
NO, NOT THAT. HMM… PRIVILEGE
AND RESPONSIBILITY. UH-HUH.
THAT’S RIGHT. YOU’RE STILL A GUEST
IN THE BRUIN’S HOUSE, SO DON’T GET CARRIED AWAY,
EVEN IF THE OTHERS DO. I WON’T FORGET.
OOPS. IT LOOKS LIKE I FIXED IT
A LITTLE TOO MUCH. HERE’S YOUR SNACK.
JUST RE IT
WITH THE OTHER GIRLS.
THANKS, MAMA. BYE, PAPA.
BYE. DID YOU CALL THE BRUINS?
NO, I THOUGHT YOU DID. WELL, I’M SURE
IT’LL BE ALL RIGHT. REMEMBER
WHAT MAMA SAID. I KNOW, PAPA, I KNOW.
[ DOORBELL RINGING ] HI,
YOU? HI, SISTER. THIS IS CINDY.
HELLO. DID YOU INVITE HER, TOO?
NO — MY MAMA AND PAPA HAVE GONE OUT TONIGHT,
SO CINDY IS BABYSITTING. AHH…
DOES THAT MEAN THERE’S NO
SLUMBER PARTY? THE BRUINS SAID A SLUMBER PARTY
WOULD BE OK SINCE IT’S ONLY A FEW GIRLS.
I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE FUN. WE USED TO HAVE SLEEP-OVERS
ALL THE TIME WHEN I WAS A CUB. THERE’S USUALLY A LOT MORE
GIGGLING THAN SLEEPING. [ DOORBELL RINGING ]
HI, STACY. HI, KAREN. HI.
HELLO, LIZZIE. STACY? KAREN? YOU SAID IT WAS
ANNA AND MILLIE WHO WERE COMING. ANNA AND MILLIE…
AND STACY AND KAREN.
[ DOORBELL RINGING ] HI, I’M QUEENIE.
[ DOORBELL RINGING ] HOW MANY GIRLS DID YOU INVITE?
TAG, GWEN. YOU’RE IT! [ LAUGHING ]
PLEASE, NO RUNNING IN THE HOUSE. MMM, PRETTY GOOD. HAVE SOME.
HAVE SOME MORE, QUEENIE. I DON’T THINK
YOU SHOULD THROW THAT… ANYMORE…
[ LAUGHING ] NO THROWING!
OH! HEY, NO FAIR!
[ LAUGHING ] TAKE THAT!
PLEASE DON’T HIT EACH OTHER!
I KNOW IT’S IN FUN, BUT IT’S NOT VERY…
UH-OH. DON’T JUST LET IT FIZZ, QUEENIE.
WHOA! HEY, STOP IT!
[ LAUGHTER ] WHOA!
[ ROCK MUSIC PLAYING ]
OH! LOOKS LIKE WE ARRIVED
JUST IN TIME. THE PARTY’S JUST
GETTING STARTED. OOH, I LOVE A PARADE.
CAN YOU PLEASE TURN IT DOWN? I CAN’T HEAR YOU.
THE MUSIC’S TOO LOUD. [ SNICKERING ]
THAT’S WHAT I MEAN. TURN IT DOWN!
WHAT? GRRR!
QUIET!SISTER, I AM SO ANGRY
AND DISAPPOINTED. YOU ARE GROUNDED, YOUNG LADY.
ONE DAY IN YOUR ROOM AND ONE FULL WEEK IN THE HOUSE.
THAT BAD, HUH? E SEEN THE PLACE.
POPCORN STUCK TO EVERYTHING, JUICE SPILLS
ALL OVER THE CARPET, FURNITURE KNOCKED
THIS WAY AND THAT. IT WAS AN ABSOLUTE DISGRACE.
EVERYTHING I SAID ABOUT
PRIVILEGE AND RESPONSIBILITY,
IN ONE EAR AND OUT THE OTHER.
SISTER DOES HAVE TO SHARE THE BLAME…
BUT IT SOUNDS LIKE THERE WERE QUITE A FEW
AT THIS SLUMBER PARTY. HMM… MAYBE IT WAS
ONE OF THOSE SITUATIONS WHERE ONE THING LED TO ANOTHER
AND THINGS GOT OUT OF CONTROL. I’M SURE IT WOULDN’T
HAVE GOTTEN OUT OF HAND IF THE BRUINS HAD BEEN HOME.
IF WE KNEW THEY WERE GOING OUT,
WE COULD HAVE SUGGESTED THAT SISTER
ATTEND A SLEEP-OVER SOME OTHER TIME,
OR THAT THE GIRLS HAVE THE SLEEP-OVER HERE.
HMM… BUT WE DIDN’T. IT WAS OUR RESPONSIBILITY
TO CALL THEM. PART OF THE RESPONSIBILITY
THAT COMES WITH THE PRIVILEGE
OF HAVING CUBS. SO, WE’RE PARTIALLY TO BLAME.
PRIVILEGE AND RESPONSIBILITY GO FOR PARENTS AS WELL AS CUBS.
MAMA? I KNOW YOU’RE REALLY MAD,
AND I KNOW THAT WHAT I DID WAS WRONG.
BUT THAT’S WHY… I NEED TO BE “NOT GROUNDED”…
FOR MAYBE JUST A LITTLE WHILE TOMORROW?
GOOD IDEA, FOR US ALL TO COME OVER AND HELP CLEAN UP, SISTER.
EVERYONE’S DOING SUCH A GOOD JOB,
WE SHOULD MAKE THIS A CLEAN-UP PARTY.
LET’S NOT, LIZZIE. IF YOU DON’T MIND,
I’D RATHER NOT HEAR THE WORD “PARTY” AGAIN
FOR A LONG TIME. [ LAUGHING ]
[ MAMA ]: IF YOU’RE A
BEAR
WHO LOVES TV, LOUD MUSIC
AND FUN, HOW ARE YOU GOING
TO GET YOUR HOMEWORK DONE?
[ GASPING ] OH, FIDDLE.
[ HUMMING ] OH!
PAPA! UH… WHOOAAA…
I’VE GOT YA. OH…
WOULD YOU LOOK AT THAT, I’VE SNARED A HUSBAND.
I NEVER THOUGHT WALKING INTO THE LIVING ROOM
COULD BE SO HAZARDOUS. NOW JUST STAY PUT WHILE
I FIND THE END OF THIS. I DON’T SEE AS
I HAVE A CHOICE. IT’S NOT AS BIG
AS IT USED TO BE. I’D BETTER GET WINDING.
URGH. WHAT KIND OF SANDWICHES
ARE THOSE? PEANUT BUTTER AND HONEY.
URGH! IT SMELLS LIKE PEANUT BUTTER
AND GARBAGE TO ME. NOW THAT YOU MENTION IT,
I SMELLED SOMETHING BAD WHILE I WAS SITTING THERE
LAST NIGHT. URGHH!
WHAT IN THE WORLD IS IN BROTHER’S BACKPACK?
MMM… HM? HEY, MY NEWSPAPER.
DON’T WORRY, I WON’T SPOIL THE SPORTS SECTION.
URGHH! ROTTING LUNCH LEFTOVERS. IS THIS A BACKPACK
OR A COMPOSTER? WELL, AT LEAST WE KNOW
HE’S NOT LITTERING. HMM… WHAT’S THIS?
A NOTE… FROM BROTHER’S TEACHER?
I REGRET TO INFORM YOU… HMM.
LOOKS LIKE YOU AND I BETTER HAVE A TALK WITH OUR SON.
TURN IT ON, FREDDY. THE ASTRO-BEARS ARE LOCKED OUT
OF THEIR SPACESHIP. YOU’D BETTER HURRY,
THE GLOB HAS THEM CORNERED. EARTH TO BROTHER,
EARTH TO BROTHER. THIS IS YOUR PAPA
SPEAKING. UH, FREDDY? I GOTTA GO.
I’LL CALL YOU LATER. BYE. WERE YOU
SAYING SOMETHING? I WASN’T
READING YOU. YOU’RE NOT READING
MUCH OF ANYTHING, ACCORDING TO THIS LETTER
FROM YOUR TEACHER. I… UH…
IT SAYS HERE YOU’VE FALLEN WAY BEHIND IN YOUR HOMEWORK.
MAYBE BROTHER’S TOO BUSY WITH OTHER THINGS…
LIKE GIRLS. I AM NOT!
SISTER, THAT’S QUITE ENOUGH.
YES, GO AND DO YOUR OWN HOMEWORK.
I’M ALREADY DONE. THAT’S BECAUSE
YOUR HOMEWORK IS EASY. IS NOT.
IS TOO. STOP THAT NOW, BOTH OF YOU.
LET’S FIGURE OUT WHAT THE PROBLEM IS HERE.
I’LL TELL YOU WHAT THE PROBLEM IS.
I HAVE TOO MUCH HOMEWORK. THERE’S ENGLISH AND MATH,
AND THERE’S SCIENCE AND HISTORY AND… OH…
EVERY SUBJECT, EVERY DAY, ‘TIL IT’S COMING OUT OF MY EARS.
IS THAT SO? HAVE YOU BEEN DOING
YOUR HOMEWORK EVERY DAY? WELL… HEH-HEH… NOT REALLY.
IF YOU DID A LITTLE HOMEWORK EVERY DAY,
IT WOULDN’T PILE UP TO A MOUNTAIN OF WORK.
WHICH IS WHAT YOU HAVE HERE. OH…
I’M AFRAID PAPA’S RIGHT. THERE ARE GOING TO HAVE TO BE
SOME CHANGES AROUND HERE. LIKE WHAT?
LIKE NO MORE MUSIC, NO MORE TV,
PHONE. WHAT ABOUT VIDEO GAMES, PAPA?
AND NO MORE VIDEO GAMES, UNTIL YOU GET CAUGHT UP
WITH YOUR HOMEWORK. BUT YOU
DON’T UNDERSTAND. THAT’LL
TAKE FOREVER. THEN YOU BETTER GET STARTED.
OH… WHERE ARE
YOU GOING? I’M JUST GOING OUTSIDE
TO SEE THE SUNLIGHT AND… SMELL THE FRESH AIR
ONE LAST TIME. [ PHONE RINGING ]
I’LL GET IT. HELLO? YES, IT IS.
UH-HUH, HE’S RIGHT HERE. YOU’RE WELCOME.
FOR YOU, PAPA. THANK YOU,
SWEETIE. HELLO?
YES, THAT’S ME, PAPA Q. BEAR. I SEE.
I SEE. I SEE.
WELL, IT’S JUST THAT I’VE BEEN SO BUSY LATELY–
ER… WHY, YES. THE BIG TREE HOUSE.
YOU CAN’T MISS IT.
WHO WAS IT, DEAR? MR. DEBIT OF THE TAX DEPARTMENT.
IT SEEMS I FORGOT TO SEND IN MY TAX FORMS.
OH, NO. WHAT ARE TAX FORMS?
AHH…WELL, IT’S SORT OF LIKE
HOMEWORK FOR GROWN-UPS. NO TV AND NO MUSIC
AND NO ANYTHING. HMPH! IT’S NOT FAIR.
HUH? BROTHER, WHAT A SURPRISE!
GRAMPS! GRAN! WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?
PICKING BERRIES. WELL, UNTIL SOMEBODY
STARTED THROWING STICKS AT US. I’M SORRY. I WAS JUST
UPSET ABOUT SOMETHING. I…I DIDN’T KNOW
YOU WERE THERE. OH?
DO YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT?
IT’S KIND OF A LONG STORY.
WHY DON’T YOU COME BACK TO THE HOUSE WITH US
AND HAVE SOME BERRIES AND CREAM? GOOD IDEA.
IT DOESN’T HAVE A HAPPY ENDING.
WELL, I RECKON A BOWL OF FRESH BERRIES WON’T MAKE IT ANY WORSE.
…AND NOW I CAN’T WATCH TV OR PLAY VIDEO GAMES
OR ANYTHING UNTIL I GET ALL CAUGHT UP WITH MY HOMEWORK.
WELL, THAT DOESN’T SOUND TOO UNREASONABLE TO ME.
OH… BUT PAPA DOESN’T UNDERSTAND.
I’M SO FAR BEHIND, I’LL NEVER CATCH UP.
I KNOW THE SITUATION SEEMS TERRIBLE RIGHT NOW,
BUT YOU’LL CATCH UP. THAT’S RIGHT,
JUST LIKE YOUR FATHER DID. WHAT DO YOU MEAN?
THE SAME THING HAPPENED TO HIM WHEN HE WAS YOUNGER.
OF COURSE, THERE WAS NO TELEVISION BACK THEN.
NO TELEVISION? OH, NO. WE HAD A RADIO INSTEAD.
IN THOSE DAYS, YOU COULD LISTEN TO FANTASTIC STORIES
EVERY NIGHT. AND YOUR FATHER LIKED
TO LISTEN TO THE RADIO WHILE HE WAS DOING HIS HOMEWORK.
HIS FAVOURITE SHOW WAS JET-BEAR GEORGE OF THE SPACE FRONTIER.
ONLY, THE MORE INTERESTED HE BECAME IN THE RADIO,
THE FURTHER BEHIND HE FELL IN HIS SCHOOLWORK.
I MADE SURE HE GOT IT DONE. I CLAMPED DOWN ON HIM THE WAY
HE’S CLAMPING DOWN ON YOU. HMM… MAYBE PAPA
DOES UNDERSTAND. AND I GUESS I HAVEN’T
BEEN DOING A GOOD JOB OF KEEPING UP WITH MY HOMEWORK.
THE WORST THING YOU CAN DO WITH HOMEWORK
IS PUT IT OFF UNTIL LATER. THAT’S RIGHT.
IT’S CALLED PROCRASTINATION.
PRO-CAS-TA-WHAT? PROCRASTINATION:
PUTTING OFF A JOB ‘TIL TOMORROW WHEN YOU KNOW
IT SHOULD BE DONE TODAY. YES, SIR — WHEN YOUR PAPA
BUCKLED DOWN AND DID HIS HOMEWORK EVERY DAY,
HE BECAME A MUCH BETTER STUDENT. I UNDERSTAND, GRAMPS.
BUT HOW AM I EVER GOING TO GET CAUGHT UP?
YOU MIGHT ASK TEACHER BOB TO GIVE YOU A CATCH-UP PERIOD.
I THINK HE’LL GO ALONG WITH THAT.
HE’S A PRETTY GOOD GUY. THAT’S A GOOD IDEA.
THE FIRST THING I HAVE TO DO IS GET SOME OF IT DONE TODAY.
THAT’S THE SPIRIT. IF PAPA
THEN SO CAN I. …FILL OUT THIS FORM AND ATTACH
IT TO THE FIRST ONE I GAVE YOU. IT COVERS VARIOUS
TAX DEDUCTIONS. FAIRLY STRAIGHTFORWARD, REALLY.
UH… UH, YES, OF COURSE. PSST…SIS.
WHO’S THAT GUY? HE’S MR. DEBIT FROM THE BEAR
COUNTRY TAX DEPARTMENT. YOU’RE NOT THE ONLY ONE
WHO HAS A LOT OF HOMEWORK TO DO. WELL, I MUST BE OFF.
I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU NEXT WEEK.
GOOD DAY, MRS. BEAR. GOOD DAY.
LOOKS LIKE WE BOTH HAVE A LOT OF WORK TO DO.
MIGHT AS WELL GET CAUGHT UP TOGETHER.
I SUPPOSE WE COULD BOTH USE A LESSON
IN DOING IMPORTANT THINGS FIRST. HOW ABOUT STARTING RIGHT NOW?
AH! HERE, HAVE SOME
PAPER CLIPS, PAPA. THANK YOU.
UMM… ANYTHING ELSE YOU NEED? OH, ANOTHER DAY OR
TWO WOULD BE NICE. BUT I DON’T THINK YOU HAVE
THAT IN YOUR PENCIL CASE. HEH. NOPE. SORRY.
[ PHONE RINGING ] I’LL GET IT.
HELLO? UH-HUH, HE’S RIGHT HERE.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SPEAK TO HIM?
OK. OH-OH. I HOPE IT’S NOT
MR. DEBIT AGAIN. IT’S NOT
FOR YOU, PAPA. IT’S FOR BROTHER.
PHEW! HELLO?
HI, FREDDY. WHAT’S UP? NO WAY!
NO ONE’S EVER GOTTEN TO LEVEL FIVE IN DINO-BATTLE.
SURE, I’D LOVE TO SEE HOW… RIGHT NOW? WELL, UH,
I’D LIKE TO, FREDDY, BUT I’M TRYING A WHOLE
NEW HOMEWORK SYSTEM. INSTEAD OF FALLING WAY BEHIND,
I’M KEEPING UP WITH MY HOMEWORK EVERY DAY.
WELL, UH, THANKS FOR THE INVITE, ANYWAY.
FREDDY’S A GOOD GUY AND MY BEST FRIEND AND ALL THAT,
BUT HE CAN BE A PAIN SOMETIMES. OH? WHAT DID HE SAY?
HE SAID THAT HE ALWAYS DOES H HOMEWORK EVERY DAY
AND NEVER FALLS BEHIND. SOUNDS LIKE HE HAS
THE RIGHT IDEA. HERE YOU GO.
HOW’S IT COMING ALONG?
GOOD — JUST ONE MORE QUESTION TO GO,
AND I’M FINISHED MY HISTORY HOMEWORK.
HOW ABOUT YOU? JUST ONE MORE
CALCULATION TO MAKE, AND I’M FINISHED MY TAX FORM.
AND IT’S A GOOD THING, BECAUSE IF I’M AT THIS MUCH LONGER,
I WON’T BE ABLE TO SEE STRAIGHT. [ LAUGHING ]
TA-DA. ALL DONE. TA-DA. I’M ALL DONE, TOO.
DID YOU SAY YOU’RE ALL DONE?
WELL, NOT EVERYTHING… BUT AT LEAST
MY HISTORY’S FINISHED. AND I JUST HAVE TO DOT A FEW Is
AND CROSS A FEW Ts ON THE REST OF IT.
AH, CONGRATULATIONS!
AND SPEAKING OF HISTORY, LET’S DECIDE HERE AND NOW
OF LETTING HOMEWORK SLIDE IS HISTORY.
AND THAT GOES FOR BOTH OF YOU. DEAL?
DEAL! [ LAUGHING ]
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100 thoughts on “The Berenstain Bears Slumber Party The Homework Hassle Ep 8

  1. Sister, it's my business to call 9-1-1 on you and talk to the police about your mama and myself being so angry and disappointed in your behavior. You need to go to jail for 120 years. Then get executed for 180 years. You need to go to federal prison for that matter. Understand that situation?

  2. 10:08 QUIEEEEEEEEEETTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. What I don't understand is how all these parents allowed their kids to stay at some random stranger's house? For all they know, Lizzie could be some rapist in disguise

  4. I have to say this, maybe some people will relate to me? I'm an 18 year old who still loves my childhood cartoons like Berenstain Bears obviously, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Some Rugrats and my absolute favorite is Arthur. Thank god both are on youtube for me to watch any time. So, Thank you +displaykkk for uploading so many episodes 🙂 I know it takes a lot just to upload one so thanks <3

  5. I have no idea why Mr. and Mrs. Bruin went out when Lizzy had her sleepover. It's such a stupid and dumb thing to do. That's not what a good parent would do.🙄😒😡😠😤

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  7. This cartoon is definitely at the top of my favorites list. My siblings always watch it and when they do, I just have to join them!

  8. mama shouldn't talk she didn't even finish school…papa makes all the dough while mama sits at home and preaches to everyone

  9. Hi guys please help me to get 100 subs so please susbscribe and ill susbscribe to yours I now its in spanish but please

  10. These kids shows are always great motivators as it simplifies a lot of the problems we run into every day life. Watching these again always reminds me of these life lessons that we so often forget.

  11. Lmao now that I’m older and have dealt with babysitting more than one kid before, I can definitely relate to the babysitter in the Slumber Party episode😂

  12. Mr. and Mrs. Bruin weren’t home and the girls got really rowdy and the whole situation escalated and the sitter couldn’t keep it from snowballing which might not have happened if the Bruins had been home

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  14. i never had a slumber party when i was a child my friends did but i didn't no fair do adults have slumber parties?

  15. I remember The Homework Hassle. That episode really pissed me off. Go get shot by hunters Mama, Papa and Sister. And I don’t like hunting.

  16. No joke I did my homework at School and the teachers didn't seem to care. I guess they just hate the idea of homework and they let me do it in school.

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