|I've Got Your Number|
|Season 3, Episode 10|
|Air date|| October 18, 1999|
June 30, 1999 (Reruns during Playhouse Disney's Premiere Marathon)
|Written by|| P. Kevin Strader (and Co-Producer)|
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
|Directed by|| Jerry Hibbert|
Richard A. Fernandes (and Produced by)
Dean Gordon (Associate Director)
Robert J. Lory (Booth P.A.)
Jim Washburn (Utility)
Thomas Ucciferri (Stage Manager)
|The Tutter Family Reunion||Playdates|
As Bear readies ten jars of honey to distribute to the residents of Woodland Valley, Pip and Pop are excited about a visit from the cousin Tally. Their enthusiasm is dampened, however, when they find that Tally has a new hobby, counting things, so Bear tries to help them to see that numbers can be fun. Tutter also learns about numbers when Bear teaches him about measuring.
- Let Me Count the Ways (Bumpin' Into Numbers) (Songs by Bob and Deena Cole, Peter Lurye and Bill Obrecht)
- Count 'Em Up (Score by Jared Faber and Peter Kiesewalter)
- The Goodbye Song (Music and Lyrics by Peter Lurye)
Bear's Sense of SmellEdit
- This episode has nor a Shadow Segment, not a real kids segment.
- In this shot, Tutter gets fat from eating all 10 jars of honey in the middle of the night.
- During the episode, Bear does not want to turn off the kitchen light. Instead, Bear leaves the light on.
- Toy Story - Luna mentions the "to infinity and beyond" catchphrase.
- Grandparents Just Want to Have Fun - Bear makes an important call to his uncle O on a chair.
- At the end of the episode, during her chat with Bear, Luna comments that "numbers go on and on forever, to infinity and beyond." "To Infinity and Beyond!" was the catchphrase of Buzz Lightyear, a character in Disney and Pixar's Toy Story series.