Lost Thing
Season 1, Episode 17
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Air date September 9, 1997
Written by Mitchell Kriegman (and Created by and Executive Producer)
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Co-Producer)
Richard A. Fernandes (Produced by)
Directed by Hugh Martin and Mitchell Kriegman
Dean Gordon (Associate Director)
Eugene Meienhofer, Jason Horn, Steve Garner, Jim Washburn, Keith Conod, Jack Cooke, Mark Cox, Frank Biondo, Pascal Grieco and Chris Myers (Technical Team)
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Lost Thing is the 17th episode of the first season, 17th episode overall.


Bear hears a shout coming from the kitchen and finds a disconsolate Ojo begging Tutter to let her peek inside his mousehole. When he won't let her, saying that she's too big, she gets heartbroken and has a breakdown as she begins to cry. It turns out that she's lost her favorite toy, Snow Bear. Not wanting to see her cry, Tutter agrees to help her find it; mice are great at finding things. Pip and Pop soon join the hunt, but Bear's bedroom gets rather messed up in process. Ojo begins to despair, but Bear helps to raise her spirits by encouraging her to keep up the hunt. In the Shadow segment, Shadow tells the story "Three Little Kittens", the ones that lost their mittens. Then Treelo comes up with a great idea that could help her find Snow Bear.


Nursery Rhyme Edit


  • The dog in the Shadow Projects logo quacks like a different duck during the closing credits.
  • This is the first of many episodes that is Written, Creator, Executive Producer and Director Mitchell Kriegman, the creator of the show.
  • Hugh Martin also Directs on the closing credits.

Goofs Edit

  • The circle of Bear's foyer window is yellow.
  • The Kitchen door is blue instead of red.

Shadow's Appearance Edit

Upstairs Hallway

Credits Edit

Other Languages Edit

Quotes Edit

Transcript Edit

Video and DVD ReleaseEdit

Bear's Sense of SmellEdit

Warm and Cozy Smell



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