The Berenstain Bears – Too Much Vacation / Trouble with Grown Ups – Ep. 22

The Berenstain Bears – Too Much Vacation / Trouble with Grown Ups – Ep. 22


♪ 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 BARE 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 ♪ ♪ MAMA, PAPA,
SISTER AND BROTHER ♪ ♪ THEY’LL ALWAYS BE THERE
FOR EACH OTHER ♪ ♪ THE BARE 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 ♪ [ PAPA ]: CAN A
BEAR’S VACATION, WITH MORE RAIN
THAN SUN, END UP BEING THE ONE
THAT’S MOST FUN? OK, EVERYONE SET? ARE WE FORGETTING
SOMETHING? HUH, BROTHER! [ MAMA ]: HA, HA, HA, WELL,
WE CAN’T FORGET BROTHER. HA, HA, AFTER ALL,
THIS IS A FAMILY VACATION. GOT THE CAMERA. I WANT TO TAKE LOTS OF PICTURES. OH, THERE WILL BE LOTS
TO TAKE PICTURES OF, I’M SURE. YOU BETCHA. A WHOLE WEEK IN OUR
OWN MOUNTAIN CABIN. NO CROWDED BEACHES
AND TOURIST TRAPS. THIS YEAR WE’LL BE
LIVING OFF THE LAND. CATCHING FISH
FOR BREAKFAST. PICKING FRESH
BUMBLEBERRIES FOR LUNCH. AND THE MOUNTAIN SUNSETS
WILL BE SPECTACULAR. YES, SIRREE. THIS IS GOING TO BE… …THE BEST VACATION EVER. ♪ IF YOU’RE HAPPY AND YOU
KNOW IT CLAP YOUR HANDS ♪ ♪ IF YOU’RE HAPPY AND YOU
KNOW IT CLAP YOUR HANDS ♪ ♪ IF YOU’RE HAPPY
AND YOU KNOW IT ♪ ♪ AND YOU REALLY
WANT TO SHOW IT ♪ ♪ IF YOU’RE HAPPY
AND YOU KNOW IT ♪ ♪ CLAP YOUR HANDS ♪ UH-OH, LOOKS LIKE
WE’RE A LITTLE FLAT… AND I DON’T MEAN OUR SINGING. NO PROBLEM, I’LL JUST GET THE SPARE
OUT OF THE TRUNK. HMM… TO GET THE SPARE TIRE,
I HAVE TO UNPACK EVERYTHING. HA, HA, OH, WELL, WE’RE NOT
GOING TO LET A FLAT TIRE SPOIL THE BEST VACATION EVER. AH… I’LL HAVE
THIS CHANGED IN NO TIME. HUH? HEY, WHERE DID IT GO? IT’S GETTING AWAY! HEY! PHEW… THAT TOOK A LITTLE
LONGER THAN I THOUGHT. BUT IT’S DONE. OH… IT CERTAINLY IS
PRETTY UP HERE. MMM… AND JUST SMELL THAT
FRESH MOUNTAIN AIR. EWW… YUCK! BLECH! THAT’S NOT
MOUNTAIN AIR, PAPA. HUH, THAT’S SKUNK! YEE… AHH! HOP IN! ♪ [ PAPA ]: OUR CABIN SHOULD
BE RIGHT ABOUND THE BEND. THERE IT IS! THERE’S OUR CABIN! AHH… IT’S PERFECT. I DON’T SEE
ANY WIRES… WHICH MEANS,
NO ELECTRICITY. THAT’S THE LAST THING WE NEED ON A WILDERNESS,
LIVE-OFF-THE-LAND VACATION. WE’VE GOT THE SUN
AND THE MOON FOR LIGHTING AND THE BREEZE
FOR AIR CONDITIONING. HA… AND
WE CERTAINLY COULDN’T HAVE
A BETTER AIR-CONDITIONED
BATHROOM. HEY, SISTER, THE BATHROOM’S
OUTSIDE… COOL. AH, HA… REAL COOL,
ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT. [ LAUGHING AND WHOOPING ] [ PAPA ]: I’M NOT GOING TO LET
A CABIN FULL OF LEAVES SPOIL OUR BEST VACATION EVER. HUH? WHAT’S THIS? [ ANIMALS CHITTERING ] AHH! WILD ANIMALS! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES! [ SISTER ]: HA-HA-HA.
SAY “CHEESE”. [ CLICKING ] [ BROTHER ]: THIS IS JUST
LIKE A CLUBHOUSE. AND NOW THAT WE’VE
GOT IT ALL CLEANED UP, WHO’S FOR PICKING
FRESH BUMBLEBERRIES? ME! ME TOO! ♪ AN OUTDOORS BEAR
LIKE MYSELF KNOWS THAT THE JUICIEST, BEST-TASTING
BUMBLEBERRIES ARE FOUND IN THE THICKEST PART
OF THE FOREST. AND THE MOSQUITOES KNOW THAT’S
JUST WHERE THE JUICIEST, BEST-TASTING BEARS
ARE FOUND, TOO. LOOK, PAPA, BUMBLEBERRIES. OH, MY, THEY DO LOOK DELICIOUS. OOH… ESPECIALLY
THOSE ONES. [ STRAINING ] CAREFUL,
IT’S SLIPPERY. DON’T WORRY, WHEN IT COMES
TO BUMBLEBERRY PICKING, I’M A MOUNTAIN GO-OHH-AT! AHHH! CHEESE! BUMBLEBERRY? EWW! BLECH! PFFT!
ACH…SOUR! SAY “CHEESE”. WE WON’T LET A FEW
SOUR BERRIES, SOME LEAVES, AND SOME MUD SPOIL
OUR BEST VACATION EVER. GET READY FOR THE BEST
FISH DINNER EVER. NOTHING WRONG WITH THIS BOAT… …IF YOU LIKE SUBMARINES. SAY “CHEESE”. WHY IS THE WATER
ALL GREEN, MAMA? IT’S BECAUSE OF ALL
THE WEEDS, SISTER. HA… WE’RE NOT GOING TO LET
A LEAKY BOAT AND A FEW WEEDS SPOIL OUR BEST VACATION EVER. OH… MY HOOK’S
CAUGHT IN THE WEEDS. ARGH! I CAN’T PULL IT LOOSE. AHH! SAY “CHEESE”. [ PAPA ]: AHH… SO WHAT IF WE
DIDN’T CATCH ANY FISH? HERE IT IS. EVERYTHING I NEED TO COOK UP
MY FAMOUS WILDERNESS STEW. LOOKS… INTERESTING. YUP, SOME ROOTS AND BARK
AND A FEW LEAVES. AND, HA, HA, DON’T WORRY. IT’LL LOOK A LOT MORE
APPETIZING WHEN IT’S DONE. STEW TIME! HERE’S TO LIVING
OFF THE LAND. EWW! BLECH! ACH! [ SQUEALING AND LAUGHING ] MMM… MMM, OHH! GOOD THING YOU PACKED THESE BAKED BEANS
AND HONEY COMB, MAMA. GOOD THINGS TO HAVE ALONG
WHEN THE FISH AREN’T BITING. OR WHEN MY STEW GETS RAINED OUT. OHH… IT LOOKS LIKE OUR AFTER-DINNER MOUNTAIN
SUNSET GOT RAINED OUT, TOO. THEN WE’LL JUST GET UP
NICE AND EARLY AND ENJOY A GLORIOUS SUNRISE. A GREAT IDEA.. LET’S TURN IN, SO WE CAN
GET UP AT THE CRACK OF DAWN. ARE YOU SURE
YOU’RE GOING TO BE OK
ON THE FLOOR? OH, YOU BETCHA. THERE’S NOTHING LIKE
A WILDERNESS BED FOR A WILDERNESS VACATION. OH, JUST LISTEN TO THAT SILENCE. NO TRAFFIC, NO CITY NOISES,
JUST PEACE AND QUIET. [ YAWNING ] [ PAPA MUTTERING ] [ GROWLING ] NOT GOING TO LET A FEW ANIMALS AND A LITTLE LEAK
RUIN THE BEST VACATION EVER. HEY, THE ROOF’S LEAKING. GOT ANOTHER ONE OVER HERE. ♪ [ SNORING ] ♪ [ SPLASHING ] [ PAPA ]: WHOA! HUH? UH-OH. HUH? ACH! OHH! THAT’S IT! WE’RE GOING HOME! THE BEST VACATION EVER
HAS BEEN NOTHING BUT THE WORST VACATION EVER! HA, NOTHING HAS GONE RIGHT: THE CABIN, THE FISHING,
THE BERRIES… THE STEW! IT WAS ALL SUPPOSED
TO BE … FUN! BUT, PAPA, WE ARE HAVING FUN. LOTS OF FUN. [ BROTHER ]: AND WE THOUGHT
YOU WERE HAVING FUN, TOO. SEE? HMM… WELL… I GUESS
I DID LOOK PRETTY FUNNY. HA, THAT WAS SOME RIDE. HA, HA, HA, LOOK AT THAT ONE. BOY, DID I GET A SOAKER. [ LAUGHING ] [ LAUGHING ] HA, I GUESS…
I GUESS I WAS LOOKING AT THINGS…
ALL WRONG. SEEING IT THIS WAY —
THIS IS THE BEST VACATION EVER. YOU BETCHA! SOMETIMES, THE DIFFERENCE
BETWEEN HAVING A BAD TIME AND HAVING A GREAT TIME, JUST DEPENDS ON
HOW YOU LOOK AT IT. AND YOU KNOW WHAT THE BEST PART
OF THIS VACATION IS? IT’S NOT OVER YET. NOW, WHO WANTS TO GO FIND SOMESWEETBUMBLEBERRIES
FOR BREAKFAST? YAY! LET’S GO. HA, BUT WE’RE STILL
IN OUR PYJAMAS. AWW… SO WHAT. WE’RE ON VACATION. THERE’S NOBODY HERE BUT US. HA… AND DON’T
FORGET THE CAMERA. ♪ [ MAMA ]: BOTH GROWN-UPS AND CUBS LEARN A LESSON ABOUT HOW FAMILIES WORK BEST WHEN THEY WORK PROBLEMS OUT. ♪ OHH… WHAT NEXT? [ MACHINE WHIRRING ] YOUR JIGSAW? JAMMED AGAIN — BUT THIS TIME,
THE MOTOR BLEW. I GUESS I WAS
WORKING IT TOO HARD TRYING TO GET THIS BIG CHAIR
ORDER FINISHED BY THE WEEKEND. ACH, NOW I’LL
NEVER GET IT DONE. BOY, AM I HAVING
A ROUGH DAY. YOU AND ME BOTH. I’VE BEEN CUTTING
PIECES OF CLOTH ALL DAY FOR MRS. HONEYPOT’S
CHRISTMAS QUILTS, BUT I DON’T REALLY
KNOW HOW MUCH TO DO UNTIL SHE PHONES WITH HER ORDER. [ PHONE
RINGING ] OH, THAT MUST BE HER. NO IDEAS FOR OUR SCHOOL PLAY
YET, LIZZIE… BUT I THINK BROTHER IS WORKING
ON SOMETHING UPSTAIRS. I-IS THAT MRS. HONEYPOT? IT’S LIZZIE. QUICK, I NEED TO USE THE PHONE. BUT I JUST
GOT ON IT. THIS IS IMPORTANT. I HAVE
TO CALL THE HARDWARE STORE. [ SIGHING ] SORRY, LIZZIE. GOT TO GO. OH, THEY’LL BE CLOSING
ANY MINUTE. OHH… TOO LATE. MAYBE SOMEONE’S
ADVERTISING A USED JIGSAW FOR SALE
IN THE NEWSPAPER. GOOD IDEA. OH! WHERE’S THE
“FOR SALE” SECTION? WHAT ARE YOU DOING
WITH THE PAPER? USING IT TO KEEP
THE PAINT OFF MY DESK. YOU SHOULD
HAVE ASKED. BUT NO ONE IN THIS FAMILY
READS THE “FOR SALE” SECTION. WELL, I’M READING IT NOW. DID YOU FIND IT? [ PHONE RINGING ] OH! MRS. HONEYPOT. HI, LIZZIE. UH-OH, UH, I’LL CALL YOU BACK. OH, YOU KNOW
I’VE BEEN WAITING ALL DAY FOR THE MAYOR’S WIFE TO CALL, AND YOU’RE ALWAYS
ON THE PHONE WITH LIZZIE. YOU HAVE ALL DAY TOMORROW
TO TALK TO HER, SO PLEASE STAY OFF THE PHONE. AND IT’S YOUR TURN
TO SET THE TABLE. [ MOANING ] [ BROTHER ]: WE HAVE TO STAY
AFTER SCHOOL TODAY, MAMA. YES, WE HAVE TO WORK ON OUR PLAY
FOR THE “NIGHT OF PLAYS” NIGHT. THE “NIGHT OF PLAYS”? YOU NEVER MENTIONED IT. THIS NOTE IS OVER A WEEK OLD! I GUESS… WE FORGOT
TO GIVE IT TO YOU. IT’S PROBABLY TOO LATE
TO GET TICKETS. EVERY PARENT IN TOWN
GOES TO THE “NIGHT OF PLAYS.” AND WE PROMISED GRAN AND GRAMPS
WE’D GET THEM TICKETS, TOO. [ HORN HONKING ] [ BROTHER ]: OH,
THE SCHOOL BUS! BYE. BYE. [ PHONE RINGING ] HELLO? MRS. HONEYPOT,
THANKS FOR CALLING. OH, THAT’S QUITE ALL RIGHT. BOY, YOU SURE HUNG
THE PHONE UP FAST LAST NIGHT. OHH… DON’T REMIND ME. OK, BROTHER AND I
HAVE SAVED THE DAY. WE FIGURED OUT A PLAY WE CAN DO
FOR THE “NIGHT OF PLAYS.” READY?FRANKENBEAR.[ ROARING ] EWW! ANDTHE RETURN
OF FRANKENBEAR.
NO WAY. BESIDES, TOO-TALL
IS GOING TO DODRACUBEAR.HA, HA, HA… YOU LOOK
LIKE PAPA LAST NIGHT. WHAT SHE MEANS IS, PAPA AND MAMA WERE KIND
OF GRUMPY LAST NIGHT. JUST BECAUSE BROTHER TOOK
THE PAPER WITHOUT ASKING. AND SISTER USED THE PHONE
A FEW TIMES. OH… THAT’S WHY
YOU HUNG UP SO FAST. NO MATTER
WHAT WE DID IT WAS WRONG. I KNOW THAT FEELING. IT’S REALLY HARD
BEING A CUB SOMETIMES. THAT’S IT! WE COULD DO A PLAY ABOUT
WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE A CUB. YEAH, ABOUT
HOW TOUGH IT IS. THAT’S A GREAT IDEA. AND I KNOW WHAT WE
CAN CALL IT.THE TROUBLE WITH GROWN-UPS.YES! ♪ [ KNOCKING ] MY, YOU TWO
HAVE BEEN BUSY LATELY. WE’VE HARDLY SEEN YOU. WE’VE BEEN WORKING
ON OUR PLAY. WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE
WHAT IT’S ABOUT. YOU KNOW, EARLIER THIS WEEK,
WE WERE A LITTLE HARD ON YOU. IT’S JUST THAT, WELL, WITH PAPA’S BROKEN SAW
AND MY QUILT ORDERS… WELL, WE’D LIKE
TO MAKE IT UP TO YOU BY TAKING YOU OUT
TOMORROW AFTER THE PLAY. A SPECIAL
DINNER? CAN WE PICK THE PLACE? YOU BETCHA! ♪ SISTER AND BROTHER’S PLAY
SHOULD BE NEXT. I WONDER WHAT
IT’S GOING TO BE ABOUT. [ GIGGLING ] SHH, SHH. OUR LAST PLAY FOR TONIGHT FEATURES BROTHER
AND SISTER BEAR, COUSIN FRED AND LIZZIE BRUIN. IT’S CALLED
THE TROUBLE WITH PARENTS.
WHERE’S MY NEWSPAPER, SON? 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 ]:
WHAT? YOU DIDN’T ASK ME! BUT YOU NEVER
READ THIS SECTION, PAPA. THAT DOESN’T
MATTER. OH, YOU CUBS MAKE ME SO MAD! [ LAUGHING ] HEH-HEH-HEH… [ PHONE RINGING ] HI, TERRY, HOW ARE YOU? IS THAT MRS. WATERSPOUT, DEAR? NO, MAMA, IT IS
MY FRIEND, TERRY. YOU KNOW I’M WAITING FOR A
VERY IMPORTANT TELEPHONE CALL. I’M SORRY, MAMA, BUT I DIDN’T– YOU CUBS TALK ON THE PHONE
A ZILLION TIMES A DAY. IT MAKES ME WANT TO SCREAM! [ LAUGHING ] UH, HEH… HEH… DO YOUR HOMEWORK! CLEAN YOUR ROOMS! STOP FOOLING AROUND!
PICK UP YOUR CLOTHES! [ LAUGHING ] [ LAUGHING ] OH, HA, HA, THAT’S TRUE. YOU KNOW,
MOST OF THE TIME… …OUR PARENTS ARE PRETTY GREAT, …BUT SOMETIMES, IT’S PRETTY
TOUGH BEING A CUB, WHEN PARENTS SEEM TO BLOW THEIR TOPS
WITHOUT A GOOD REASON. THE GOOD THING IS,
SOONER OR LATER, PARENTSGROW
OUT OF IT AND BECOME
GRANDPARENTS. AND GRANDPARENTS NEVER BLOW
THEIR TOPS AT THEIR GRANDCUBS. [ APPLAUSE ] [ SISTER ]: SO, YOU
REALLY LIKED THE PLAY? WE SURE DID. NOT ONLY DID WE ENJOY IT…
IT HELPED US TO SEE THAT IT’S NOT ALWAYS EASY
BEING A CUB. BUT IT GOES
THE OTHER WAY, TOO, YOU KNOW. SOMETIMES IT’S NOT EASY
BEING A PARENT. I THINK BEING A PARENT
IS THE EASIEST THING THERE IS. YEAH, PARENTS DON’T HAVE ANYONE
TELLING THEM WHAT TO DO. AND THEY CAN DO
ANYTHING THEY WANT. REALLY EASY. [ BROTHER ]: HOORAY
FOR WEEKENDS! [ SISTER ]:
WOO-HOO! DO YOU LIKE OUR COSTUMES? I SPENT HALF THE NIGHT
MAKING THEM. WE THOUGHT THAT MAYBE YOU’D
LIKE TO BE THE PARENTS TODAY AND WE COULD BE THE CUBS. UH, OH, BUT NO DRIVING THE CAR. THIS MEANS WE GET
TO TELL THEM WHAT TO DO. COOL! WE’LL
BE RIGHT BACK. WELL, WHAT’S FOR BREAKFAST? OH, UH,
WE DIDN’T THINK ABOUT
THAT PART. I’LL GET THE CEREAL,
YOU GET THE JUICE. AND BERRIES
AND TOAST, TOO. [ GROANING ] [ BROTHER ]: HEY,
WHERE DID THEY GO? I GUESS THEY’RE FINISHED. BUT WHO’S GOING
TO CLEAN THE MESS? I’LL WASH, YOU DRY. PHEW! I THOUGHT THAT
WAS GOING TO TAKE ALL DAY. ALL I WANT TO DO NOW
IS WATCH TV. BUT WE WANT YOU
TO PLAY TAG, PAPA. AND HIDE
AND SEEK, MAMA. BUT IT’S RAINING OUTSIDE. SO WE WANT
TO PLAY… IN THE HOUSE! CAN WE, HUH? BUT YOU NEVER LET US
JUMP ON THE FURNITURE. THAT’S RIGHT.
WE’RE THE PARENTS. SO WHY NOT? [ LAUGHING AND SHOUTING ] [ LAUGHING ] THAT WAS FUN, CUBS. HA, HA… YOU BETCHA! OH, THE RAIN STOPPED. I’M GOING TO GO PLAY
WITH LIZZIE. AND I’M GOING
TO FREDDY’S. ME TOO… ME TOO! AHH, BUT YOU CAN’T.
YOU’RE THE PARENTS, REMEMBER? AND THIS ROOM
IS A MESS. BYE. [ GROANING ] I’LL GET THE BROOM. [ SIGHING ] THAT WAS A LOT OF WORK. OH, LET’S TAKE
A BREAK. I’M BEAT. [ PAPA ]: WHAT’S FOR LUNCH? [ MAMA] : WE’RE STARVING. AND AFTER LUNCH,
CAN YOU FIX MY BIKE, PAPA? AND CAN YOU SEW THE RIP
IN MY JUMPER, MAMA? AND CAN WE HAVE OUR ALLOWANCES
SO WE CAN GO TO THE MOVIES? AND WHAT’S FOR SUPPER? [ GASPING AND SIGHING ] OK, OK, WE GIVE UP. WE UNDERSTAND
THAT SOMETIMES IT’S HARD TO BE
PARENTS, TOO. SO, CAN WE PLEASE
JUST BE THE CUBS AND YOU BE THE PARENTS AGAIN? PLEASE? OH! WE THOUGHT YOU’D NEVER ASK. OH, HO… ALL THIS
RUNNING AROUND, PLAYING, HAS TIRED US RIGHT OUT. FROM NOW ON, I’LL TRY HARDER
NOT TO HOG THE PHONE. AND WE’LL TRY HARDER
TO BE MORE PATIENT… …WHEN THINGS GET BUSY
AND STRESSFUL AROUND THE HOUSE. AND, IF I NEED
THE NEWSPAPER, I’LL GET IT FROM
THE RECYCLE BOX. JUST THINK — SOME DAY
YOU PROBABLY WILL BE PARENTS WITH CUBS ALL YOUR OWN
TO TAKE CARE OF. I THINK MAYBE
WE’LL SKIP THAT PART. AND JUST BECOME
GRANDPARENTS. [ LAUGHING ] ♪

100 thoughts on “The Berenstain Bears – Too Much Vacation / Trouble with Grown Ups – Ep. 22

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  2. I like how the cubs were like we will skip the part about being parents and go straight to grandparents!
    But it was good for the cubs to see how much work it is to be an adult especially with 2 cubs!

  3. I am in 3rd grade and I love this show haha 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😃😄😊😀😄😊😌🙂😂😍🙃☺️😉😃😛

  4. I question if I find a cabin like what they found would I have to pay for it cause I really don't think unless someone can prove me wrong cause I think that papa didn't really have to pay for the cabin

  5. I’d Still Totally Would’ve Like To See The Equistria Girls Enjoy Guest Starring On The Berenstain Bears To Enjoy Constantly Hanging Out With The Berenstain Bears

  6. I'm not surprised the Bears had a terrible time at that cabin. It probably hasn't been rented out since Mama and Papa were Brother and Sister's age, maybe even since Gramps and Gran's day.

  7. The Berenstain Bears are the almost perfect family (nobody is completely perfect). If every family acted like them, the world would be a much better place.

  8. It's interesting because in "The Trouble with Grownups", I actually relate more to the parents now as an adult; I understand the stress they go through, and their frustration when the cubs are cooperative. As a kid, I only connected with Brother and Sister, and saw their parents as mean naggers.

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