Little Bear: Picnic on Pudding Hill / Little Bear’s Walkabout / Secret Friend – Ep.26

Little Bear: Picnic on Pudding Hill / Little Bear’s Walkabout / Secret Friend – Ep.26


CLOSED CAPTIONING PROVIDED BY CORUS ENTERTAINMENT (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪)>>Little Bear: PUDDING HILL, HERE WE COME!>>Owl: IT IS A PERFECT DAY FOR A PICNIC, LITTLE BEAR.>>A PICNIC? OH, GOOD. MY FRIENDS WILL NEED ME ALONG. AFTER ALL, WHAT’S A PICNIC WITHOUT A NICE LITTLE SNAKE LIKE ME?>>Little Bear: JUST WAIT TILL YOU SEE THE MOUNTAINS.>>Emily: OH, WHAT PRETTY FLOWERS.>>HERE THEY COME. CLOSER. CLOSER, EMILY. READY? NOW!>>Emily: AH! SOMETHING FELL ON ME!>>Hen: EMILY!>>Owl: WHAT?>>HELLO, EMILY.>>(sighs) OH, NO-FEET, IT’S JUST YOU.>>YOU ARE GLAD TO SEE ME, AREN’T YOU?>>OF COURSE, I AM. YOU’RE MY VERY FAVOURITE SNAKE.>>MINE, TOO. YOU CAN COME TO THE PICNIC WITH US.>>GOOD IDEA. COME ON, NO-FEET.>>DON’T MIND IF I DO.>>WE’RE ALL GOING TO PUDDING HILL. THIS WAY.>>Duck: YAY!>>>(excited chatter)>>(Duck puffing) QUACK. PHEW. JUST HOW HIGH IS THIS HILL?>>Hen: TOO HIGH. I DON’T THINK I CAN GO ANY FURTHER.>>ME, NEITHER.>>OH, WE’LL JUST REST HERE. YOU GO ON WITHOUT US.>>BUT WE’RE ALMOST THERE.>>EVERYONE HAS TO COME.>>HM… EMILY. COME ON, HEN.>>ARE YOU SURE?>>I’M RIDING ON EMILY’S HAT, SO YOU SHOULD RIDE ON LITTLE BEAR’S BACK.>>WELL… IF YOU INSIST.>>DO I GET A RIDE?>>Emily: CAT?>>I DON’T THINK THAT’S SUCH A– (grunts)>>I’M LIGHT AS A FEATHER.>>NO, YOU’RE NOT.>>TO PUDDING HILL!>>Owl: ONWARD AND UPWARD!>>ARE WE THERE YET?>>YES, ARE WE THERE YET?>>Little Bear: LOOK, THERE’S THE TOP. COME ON.>>BAWK! BAWK!>>(Cat panting) OH…>>THAT WASN’T SO BAD.>>Cat: OW!>>QUACK! QUACK! QUACK! QUACK!>>(Cat groaning)>>Hen: IT’S BEAUTIFUL.>>WE’RE UP SO HIGH.>>No-feet: I CAN ALMOST TOUCH THE CLOUDS.>>(Emily sighs) DOESN’T THAT BREEZE FEEL GOOD? OH, MY HAT! NO-FEET!>>No-feet: WHEE! LOOK AT ME! WHOA! OH! WHOA!>>BAWK!>>HEN, YOU SAVED NO-FEET.>>OH, THANK YOU, HEN.>>NO OFFENCE, BUT I’M NOT ACCUSTOMED TO WEARING “SNAKES”.>>SORRY.>>MY HAT!>>(laughing) WELL, I CAN HELP.>>Little Bear: CAN YOU GET IT, CAT?>>MEOW!>>Owl: OH, I CAN’T SEE A THING.>>OWL, THIS WAY.>>Owl: WHICH WAY? I GOT IT!>>>(excited shouting)>>Emily: WATCH OUT, NO-FEET.>>Duck: CAREFUL, NO-FEET.>>>(excited shouting)>>AW, I DON’T WANT TO CHASE AFTER THAT SILLY HAT, ANYWAY. (slurps) MMM, HONEY SANDWICHES. YUMMY!>>>(all laughing) (all cheering)>>DO I LOOK LIKE EMILY?>>Emily: OH, LITTLE BEAR, YOU LOOK SILLY. GIVE IT BACK.>>COME AND GET IT, EMILY.>>>(both laughing)>>Emily: I’LL GET YOU.>>UH-OH. HUH? OH. OH! (giggling) NO, STOP. THE HAT LOOKS BETTER ON YOU, ANYWAY — BYE.>>Emily: LOOK OUT BELOW!>>Duck: I’M HUNGRY.>>Emily: ME, TOO.>>(Cat sniffing) MM, THIS ONE MUST BE FISH. AH… MM…>>WHERE’S NO-FEET? YOO-HOO, NO-FEET.>>MM, HONEY SANDWICH.>>HI, THERE.>>(gasps) NO-FEET! I ALMOST ATE YOU.>>BUT YOU DIDN’T.>>WHY DON’T YOU WRIGGLE OUT OF THERE, SO I CAN EAT MY SANDWICH.>>YOU DON’T LOVE ME.>>OH, NO-FEET, I DO SO LOVE YOU, ONLY NOT IN MY SANDWICH.>>EVERYBODY WHO LOVES NO-FEET, GIVE A CHEER.>>YEAH. HIP-HIP…>>>all: HOORAY! (echoing)>>Little Bear: HIP-HIP…>>>all: HOORAY! (echoing)>>SEE, NO-FEET, EVEN PUDDING HILL IS CHEERING.>>THANKS, EVERYBODY. REALLY, IT’S MORE THAN I DESERVE.>>I THINK WE ALL DESERVE A CHEER.>>>all: HIP-HIP HOORAY! HIP-HIP HOORAY! HIP-HIP HOORAY! (all laughing)>>No-feet: HM, I’M A LITTLE STICKY.>>(Hen laughing)>>DO YOU LOVE ME?>>BAWK!!>>OH, DEAR, HERE WE GO AGAIN.>>>(others laughing) (♪♪♪)>>Little Bear: HERE, MOTHER BEAR, THIS IS FOR YOU.>>THANK YOU, LITTLE BEAR. I LOVE THE COLOURS. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DRAW NEXT?>>HM, SOMETHING STRANGE, SOMETHING I’VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE — MYSTERIOUS CREATURES.>>AND WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO FIND THESE MYSTERIOUS CREATURES?>>IN THE WOODS.>>>(animals chattering)>>(squirrel squeaking) (♪♪♪)>>OH? A BUTTERFLY.>>I’M A MOTH.>>COULD YOU SPEAK A LITTLE LOUDER, PLEASE?>>I’M NOT A BUTTERFLY. I’M A MOTH.>>NOT A BUTTERFLY, A MOTH.>>THAT’S ME.>>THEN I’LL CALL YOU NOT-A-BUTTERFLY MOTH. WOULD YOU LIKE ME TO DRAW YOUR PICTURE?>>YES, PLEASE.>>(giggling) THAT TICKLES. THERE, HOW DO YOU LIKE IT?>>YOU MADE ME LOOK SO BEAUTIFUL.>>THAT’S BECAUSE YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL.>>THANK YOU.>>THAT MUST BE A VERY OLD TREE AND VERY MYSTERIOUS. AH. (humming) HUH? (gasps) OH!>>WHAT ARE YOU DOING UP THERE?>>I’M SORRY. I THOUGHT YOU WERE A STONE.>>WELL, I’M NOT A STONE. I’M A TURTLE. YOU CAN STAY UP THERE, IF YOU LIKE.>>THANKS. NOT-A-STONE TURTLE. VERY MYSTERIOUS.>>MYSTERIOUS? ME?>>I’M LOOKING FOR MYSTERIOUS CREATURES.>>I CAN GIVE YOU A RIDE, IF YOU LIKE, AND YOU CAN LOOK FOR MORE.>>OH, YES, PLEASE.>>HANG ON.>>HM… HM… WHY DID YOU STOP? DID YOU SEE A MYSTERIOUS CREATURE?>>(sighs) NO, BUT IT’S TIME FOR A LITTLE REST NOW.>>WOULD YOU LIKE ME TO DRAW YOUR PICTURE?>>WELL, IF YOU LIKE.>>MM-HM. MM… MM… THERE. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT?>>MY, MY, I DO LOOK RATHER MYSTERIOUS, DON’T I?>>VERY. NOW I’D BETTER GET GOING. THERE’S LOTS OF EXPLORING TO DO.>>I’LL BE TAKING A NAP NOW. (yawns) GOODBYE. (snoring)>>(whispering) GOODBYE.>>(snoring)>>(giggling) (scratching)>>(hammering)>>INTERESTING.>>(hammering) HEY, DOWN THERE! YOU’RE DISTURBING MY LUNCH.>>A TALKING TREE. HOW MYSTERIOUS.>>NO, IT ISN’T, IT’S ME. I’M A WOODPECKER AND YOU’RE DISTURBING MY LUNCH.>>YOUR LUNCH?>>YES, MY LUNCH. I EAT THE BUGS THAT HIDE IN THE BARK.>>HM.>>OH, LET’S NOT DISCUSS IT. WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?>>I’M EXPLORING THESE WOODS AND MAKING DRAWINGS OF ALL THE MYSTERIOUS CREATURES I DISCOVER.>>WELL, YOU CAN DRAW MY PICTURE, IF YOU WANT. I’M SORT OF MYSTERIOUS.>>WOULD YOU LIKE IT UPSIDE DOWN OR DOWNSIDE UP?>>BOTH WOULD BE NICE.>>THAT’S UPSIDE DOWN. THAT’S DOWNSIDE UP.>>EXCELLENT. I’M VERY FLATTERED.>>I’LL CALL YOU UPSIDE-DOWN- DOWNSIDE-UP WOODPECKER.>>VERY GOOD. YOU CAN DRAW ME ANY TIME.>>BUT NOT WHEN YOU’RE LUNCHING.>>RIGHT.>>>(both laughing)>>WELL, I MUST BE GETTING BACK TO MY LUNCH.>>OH, YES, AND I SHOULD BE GOING. UM, EXCUSE ME, UPSIDE-UP WOODPECKER, HAVE YOU SEEN A NICE LITTLE HOUSE WITH A CHIMNEY AROUND HERE? IT LOOKS LIKE THIS.>>WAIT HERE. THERE’S A LITTLE HOUSE JUST LIKE THAT RIGHT OVER THAT WAY.>>THANK YOU. HM… HM… UH-OH, A MYSTERIOUS CREATURE. (gasps) MOTHER BEAR! I THOUGHT YOU WERE A MYSTERIOUS CREATURE.>>DID YOU FIND ANY?>>OH, YES. SEE, I’VE DRAWN THE NOT-A-BUTTERFLY MOTH, THE NOT-A-STONE TURTLE, UPSIDE-DOWN-DOWNSIDE-UP WOODPECKER.>>OH, THOSE SOUND VERY MYSTERIOUS.>>DO YOU WANT TO HELP ME FIND MORE MYSTERIOUS CREATURES?>>I’D LOVE TO.>>I’M GLAD YOU CAME OUT TO THE WOODS, MOTHER BEAR.>>SO AM I, LITTLE BEAR, SO AM I. (♪♪♪)>>>(sea-gulls screeching)>>(grunting) (water splashing) (sighs)>>>(sea-gulls screeching)>>HM… (gasps) GOOD MORNING, WHALE. (giggling) HI. I’M GLAD YOU CAME BACK. I DIDN’T KNOW IF I’D EVER SEE YOU AGAIN.>>(Whale’s rumbling voice)>>(Little Bear giggling) YES, I ENJOYED OUR TALK, TOO. NOW, WHERE WERE WE?>>(Whale clicking)>>OH, YES, WHERE ALL THE WATER COMES FROM. I TOLD YOU ABOUT THE RAIN AND THE SNOW.>>Whale: SNOW.>>BUT YOU KNOW ABOUT THAT. THERE ARE PLACES ON THE LAND THAT HAVE SNOW ALL THE TIME — LIKE THE NORTH POLE.>>Whale: NORTH POLE.>>OH, YOU’VE BEEN THERE. BUT THEN THERE ARE MOUNTAINS THAT HAVE SNOW ALL THE TIME, TOO, THEY’RE VERY BEAUTIFUL, AND THEN THERE ARE WATERFALLS, AND FAST RIVERS, AND LAKES.>>Whale: OH! OH!>>Little Bear: BEAUTIFUL LAKES THAT MAKE IT LOOK LIKE THERE ARE TWO MOUNTAINS, ONLY ONE IS UPSIDE DOWN.>>Whale: OH.>>Little Bear: AND IN THE FOREST, WHERE I LIVE, THERE ARE LAKES, TOO, WITH LOTS OF FISH IN THEM. I LIKE TO GO FISHING– OOPS.>>Whale: FISHING?>>WELL, THEY’RE ONLY LITTLE FISH.>>Whale: OKAY.>>OH, YOU DON’T MIND. GOOD. THERE MUST BE LOTS OF FISH IN THE OCEAN.>>(Whale clicking)>>Little Bear: MILLIONS AND MILLIONS? WOW. YOU HAVE MOUNTAINS IN THE OCEAN, TOO?>>(Whale clicking)>>Little Bear: AMAZING.>>(Whale clicking)>>Little Bear: INTERESTING. THEY SOUND LIKE SOMETHING WE HAVE CALLED FLOWERS. EMILY LIKES FLOWERS.>>Whale: EMILY?>>EMILY? SHE’S MY FRIEND, TOO. SHE JUST MOVED TO THE FOREST WITH HER GRANNY AND TUTU.>>Whale: TUTU?>>Little Bear: TUTU’S A LITTLE DOG.>>(Whale’s rumbling voice)>>UH-HUH. ARE YOU GETTING HUNGRY?>>(Whale’s rumbling voice)>>UM, PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY. OH, IT’S A SANDWICH.>>(Whale’s rumbling voice)>>JUST TRY A BITE. YOU MIGHT LIKE IT.>>(Whale bellowing)>>VERY INTERESTING. WOULD YOU LIKE ANOTHER ONE? THEY’RE KIND OF LITTLE FOR SOME– OH, OKAY.>>(Whale clicking)>>ANYWAY, SO, EMILY IS MY FRIEND, AND CAT AND DUCK AND OWL AND HEN. WE PLAY TOGETHER A LOT. DO YOU HAVE LOTS OF FRIENDS TO PLAY WITH?>>Whale: UH-HUH.>>Little Bear: WHOA.>>>(whales singing) (whales clicking)>>Little Bear: AMAZING. (giggles) THAT SOUNDS LIKE FUN. AND DO YOU GO ON PICNICS WITH MOTHER WHALE AND FATHER WHALE?>>(Whale’s rumbling voice)>>(Little Bear giggling) OH. THAT’S JUST FOR LITTLE WHALES AND YOU’RE A BIG WHALE. I UNDERSTAND.>>(Whale clicking)>>Little Bear: LET’S SEE, WHAT ELSE CAN I TELL YOU ABOUT THE LAND?>>>(sea-gulls screeching)>>(Whale clicking)>>THAT’S ALL I CAN THINK OF FOR NOW, I GUESS. OH, IT’S GETTING LATE. I’D BETTER GET HOME.>>(Whale’s rumbling voice)>>(giggling) ME, TOO.>>(Whale clicking)>>DO YOU THINK YOU CAN COME HERE AGAIN?>>(Whale’s rumbling voice)>>Little Bear: I KNOW. I’M WORRIED SOMEBODY ELSE MIGHT SEE YOU, TOO. (kisses) GOODBYE, WHALE. GOODBYE!>>Whale: GOODBYE, LITTLE BEAR. (fire crackling)>>(sniffing) YOU SMELL LIKE THE OCEAN, LITTLE BEAR.>>I DO?>>MM-HM. WERE YOU DOWN AT THE BAY TODAY?>>YES.>>OH. DID YOU HAVE FUN?>>YES.>>GOOD.>>FATHER BEAR?>>MM-HM?>>YOU’RE A FISHERMAN AND YOU CATCH BIG FISH.>>MM-HM.>>REALLY BIG FISH?>>AS BIG AS I CAN.>>WOULD YOU EVER CATCH A WHALE?>>OH, GOOD GRACIOUS NO.>>YOU WOULDN’T?>>NO, A WHALE WOULD BE MUCH TOO BIG FOR MY LITTLE BOAT. BESIDES, I LIKE WHALES.>>YOU DO?>>MM-HM. I THINK THEY’RE MAGNIFICENT CREATURES.>>(sighs) I DO, TOO. FATHER BEAR?>>MM-HM?>>I HAVE A NEW FRIEND I’D LIKE YOU TO MEET SOME DAY.>>OH, WELL, TELL ME ABOUT YOUR NEW FRIEND.>>Little Bear: WELL, HE’S REALLY, REALLY BIG.>>Father Bear: REALLY? CLOSED CAPTIONING PROVIDED BY CORUS ENTERTAINMENT

7 thoughts on “Little Bear: Picnic on Pudding Hill / Little Bear’s Walkabout / Secret Friend – Ep.26

  1. I wish they gave No Feet a better name, they could've even just called him the animal he is like with the rest of them.

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