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Body Language
Season 5, Episode 8
Vital statistics
Air date September 28, 2002
Written by Doug Cordell
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
Mitchell Kriegman (Created by and Executive Producer)
Richard A. Fernandes and Erica Levin (Produced by)
Directed by Tom Guadarrama
Bob Salzer and Dan Stewart (Technical Directors)
Kim Delise and Robert J. Lory (Booth P.A.s)
Dean Gordon (Associate Director)
Adam Matalon and Hank Neimark and Thomas Ucciferri (Stage Managers)
Episode guide
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Body Language is the 8th episode of Season 5, 168th episode overall.

PlotEdit

Bear spends his joyful day thinking about Emotions, and Bear hangs out with Pip and Pop who are disappointed and Bear thinks why is everyone disappointed, and Pip and Pop tells Bear The Otter Pond is still going to dry out and Woodland Valley will turn into a desert, and Bear changes his mind and The Otter Pond is not drying up and Woodland Valley is not turning into deserts, and reminds Pip and Pop they are grateful. Then, Bear can think of an emotion he can choose, then chooses Ojo and Treelo who are excited to sit down on the couch, and Bear can have a conversation and Ojo is confused, but doesn't know what an emotion, and Bear can change more minds to more Emotions, they both leave in a flash, and Bear reminds of another emotion, then finds Shadow. In the Shadow segment, Shadow spends his time with Bear in the stairwell area and tells the story about an ugly duckling's eye of the beholder, repeated from "It's All About You", and Bear thinks ducklings are a bad thing, and Bear uses one last emotion to forgot when Tutter has a piece of cheese and Bear can celebrate an emotion party while Tutter eats the cheese in the kitchen.

SongsEdit

Emotions

EMOTIONS

Bear's Sense of Smell Edit

A Milk Carton (which milk goes bad if you put it back in the refrigerator)

Credits Edit

Body Language (Credits)

Notes: Edit

Running Gags Edit

Shadow's Appearance Edit

Guy and Horse on Yellow Rooftop - Enhanced
Downstairs Hallway with Guy and his Horse on Yellow Rooftop Portrait

Columbia TriStar DVD ReleaseEdit

Quotes Edit

Other Languages Edit

Transcript Edit

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