Making Dinner in Woodland Valley
Season 5, Episode 5
Vital statistics
Air date September 21, 2002
Written by Doug Cordell
Ellis Weiner
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer and Co-Producer)
Richard A. Fernandes (Produced by)
Mitchell Kriegman (Created by and Executive Producer)
Directed by Dean Gordon
Eugene Meienhofer (Gaffer, Electrician and Associate Director)
Noel MacNeal (Starring)
Dan Stewart and Jim Spieler (Animators)
Andrea Giles-Rich (Associate Director)
Adam Matalon and Anne Louise Wallace (Stage Managers)
Robert J. Lory (Booth P.A.)
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Making Dinner in Woodland Valley is the 5th episode of Season 5, 165th episode overall.


Bear is Making Dinner in Woodland Valley, since Pip and Pop are making clam pancakes for breakfast, as Bear puts a little bit of syrup for the right time. Tutter invents a largest sandwich such as peanut butter and jelly, since Tutter said it's too heavy to carry, as a help of Pip and Pop, they decide to carry it. In the Shadow segment, Bear asks Shadow if she seen his Tablecloth and Shadow tells the story about Stone Soup, stock footage from the 2nd part of Welcome to Woodland Valley. Bear asks Ojo and Treelo to make lunch when Ojo pretends to be Mademoiselle in Ojo's Room, when Bear goes back downstairs, Bear said the kitchen was a complete mess so Bear and his friends tidy up the kitchen.


5x05 - Making Dinner in Woodland Valley Title Card

Title card

Bear's Sense of Smell Edit

At the intro, Bear smelled like Roast Beef.


Making Dinner in Woodland Valley (Credits)

Disney Junior DVD ReleaseEdit

Greatest Hits: Vol. 4 (Disc 1)



Shadow's AppearanceEdit

Upstairs Hallway

Other LanguagesEdit


Transcript Edit

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