|Friends at Play|
|Season 2, Episode 42|
|Air date|| November 6, 1998|
January 9, 1999 (Reruns during Playhouse Disney's Premiere Marathon)
|Written by|| Claudia Silver|
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
|Directed by|| Mitchell Kriegman (and Created by and Executive Producer)|
Dean Gordon (Associate Director)
Robert J. Lory (Booth P.A.)
Richie Wirth (Technical Director)
Peter Hefter and Victor Smith (Audio Engineers)
Jim Washburn (Utilities)
Thomas Ucciferri (Stage Manager)
|Halloween Bear||Wait For Me|
Ojo is excited about about a visit from her friend, Christine. The two quickly get involved in one of Ojo's imaginative games --- a pillow castle. Tutter arrives and asks if they'd like to play Checkers, but Ojo tells him she's in the middle of her game with her "best friend", Christine. Tutter is hurt by the use of the term "best friend". He creates his own friend to play with "Mr. Cheese", but Bear helps to mend his friendship with Ojo. He also finds Pip and Pop at odds with Treelo out at the Otter Pond. He keeps pretending to be a monster during their Deep-Sea Divers game and they don't like it at all. Bear, however, introduces them to a game called The Treasure of Kalamazoo Bay. In the Shadow Segment, Shadow tells the story "Mary Had a Little Lamb". The lamb in this version drives a car, skies and scuba dives in its efforts to follow Mary everywhere she goes.
- Where Would You Be Without Your Friends? (Songs by Brian Woodbury, Score by Rob Curto and Julian Harris)
- Where Oh Where Oh Where Is Shadow? (Songs by Tyler Bunch)
- Mary Had a Little Lamb (Sung by Shadow)
- The Goodbye Song (Songs by Peter Lurye)
Bear's Sense of Smell Edit
- In the beginning, he said it smells like a Honeydew Melon.
Shadow's Appearance Edit
- In Bear's entrance by the kitchen, Shadow's camouflage gender is blue, and standing on top of a trash can.
- This is at least the second time that Bear has a suggested game to the kids that he once played when he was a cub. In "Share, Bear", Bear tells Ojo and Treelo about a game called "Snow Bear in the Woods" when Ojo doesn't want to share Snow Bear with Treelo.
- It is the 3rd time Bear sings Where Oh Where Oh Where Is Shadow? a low tone previously heard in Music to My Ears, Dirt, I Love You So!, All Weather Bear, and I Gotta Be Me!.