|Just Doing Some Writing|
|Season 3, Episode 26|
|Air date||March 2, 2000|
January 20, 1999 (Reruns during Playhouse Disney's Premiere Marathon)
|Written by||Joey Mazzarino|
Richard A. Fernandes (Produced by)
|Directed by||Mitchell Kriegman (and Executive Producer and Created by)|
Dean Gordon (Associate Director)
Robert J. Lory (Booth P.A.)
Just Doing Some Writing is the 26th episode of Season 3, 116th episode overall.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Bear wants to do some Writing, when Bear holds out a typewriter to create poems, and Pip and Pop help Bear out writing out a poem, where Pip and Pop kept misspelling the words in this poem. Bear helps Ojo out with his poem, and Ojo reads in her own paper. Bear said that poems know how to act. With the help of Tutter, he likes to depend on Writing a poem of "Mousey the Great", when Bear has a point of Writing and creating, and Tutter puts another poem at the end of the story with a "happily ever after". In the Shadow Segment, "A-Tisket, A-Tasket" is reused from "What's in the Mail, Today?". Bear asks his friends if everyone has their writing done. All of his friends cheer in excitement, which Bear couldn't believe that Writing is incredible.
Songs[edit | edit source]
- Creating Everywhere (Songs by Bill Obrecht and Brian Woodbury)
- A-Tisket, A-Tasket (from What's in the Mail, Today?)
- It Always Depends Writing (Score by Jared Faber with Julian Harris and Rob Curto and Song by Jimmy Hammer)
- The Goodbye Song (Songs by Peter Lurye)
Shadow's Appearance[edit | edit source]
DVD Release[edit | edit source]
Disney Junior DVD Release[edit | edit source]
Goofs[edit | edit source]
- Bear's kitchen door is maroon.