|History, Herstory, Bearstory|
|Season 5, Episode 24|
|Air date||January 27, 2003|
|Written by|| Claudia Silver (and Co-Producer)|
Chris Hoey and Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisors)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
Erica Levin (Coordinating Producer)
Richard A. Fernandes (Produced by)
Mitchell Kriegman (Created by and Executive Producer)
|Directed by|| Dean Gordon|
Maureen Thorpe (Associate Director)
Kim Delise and Robert J. Lory (Booth P.A.s)
Adam Matalon (and Electrician) and Thomas Ucciferri (Stage Managers)
Peter Hefter and Victor Smith (Audio Engineers)
|Let's Hit the Road||Surviving Skippy|
When Bear plays hide-and-seek with Tutter and Ojo, Ojo puts an abrupt end to the game when she calls for the two of them. It turns out that she's discovered something interesting --- some sort of old stones or bricks. Bear says that it looks like the remains of an old house and so Tutter and Ojo decide once again to be detectives and figure out what the deal with it is. Bear takes them to the library where they find a picture of the house as it once was in a book titled Houses of Woodland Valley. Otto Otter and Etta Otter recognize the name of the home's owner --- Hephaestus as being the name of Jeremiah's great-grandfather. So Bear, Ojo and Tutter head to the General Store, where Jeremiah has a quite a story for them.
- There is no Shadow segment in this episode.
- The Luna segment from Season 3 was reused in this episode.
- Bear has his Season 3 fur for The Goodbye Song.
- The end stock footage is from Nothing to Fear.
Bear's Sense of Smell Edit
Oatmeal with Brown Sugar