Water, Water Everywhere
Season 1, Episode 2
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Air date August 12, 1997
Written by Mitchell Kriegman (and Created by / Executive Producer)
Directed by Chuck Vinson
Emily Squires
Jerry Hibbert
Laurie Gilbert (Associate Director)
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Water, Water Everywhere is the second episode of Bear in the Big Blue House.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Bear and his friends are interacting with water in this episode --- be it real or imaginary. Ojo, for example, is pretending to sail a ship in the living room. Pip and Pop join her in the fun. Bear contemplates some questions of his about water --- just what shape it is and why it's so wet. He finds Tutter in the kitchen trying to get some water of his own. He's trying to build something to make his way to the sink, but Bear helps him by giving him a lift. Bear also finds Treelo in the bathtub playing with bubbles. When the bubbles start to overflow, Bear has him pull the plug, but he's worried he'll go down the drain. Bear assures him that the drain is only for water (and bubbles). In the Shadow segment, Shadow tells the song of "The Itsy Bitsy Spider".

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Shadow's Appearance[edit | edit source]

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Disney Junior DVD Releases[edit | edit source]

Production Code[edit | edit source]

  • 102 (season 1, episode 2)

In Other Languages[edit | edit source]

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Bear's Sense of Smell[edit | edit source]

  • In the beginning, a sense of smell is that someone woke up, and nicknamed a Just Woken Up Smell.


Notes[edit | edit source]

  • This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about some of the shapes the water takes on. These include raindrops, drops from a sprinkler and waves.
  • Tutter uses various boxes in his attempt to construct something to help him reach the faucet. Some of the boxes being used are Kellogg's Frost Flakes, Apple Jacks, Froot Loops, and Nasbico's Ritz Bitz. The letters of the brand's name on the boxes are somewhat occurred.
  • This is the first of many episodes that is both Written, Created by and Executive Producer Mitchell Kriegman, the creator of the show.
  • This is the first episode where Keith Conod, Jack Cooke and Jim Washburn Technical Team.
  • This is the first episode Brian Woodbury is a Score Artists.

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