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'''''Breakfast with Bear''''' was a spin-off of the popular Playhouse Disney show, ''Bear in the Big Blue House.'' It aired on the Disney Channel block, Playhouse Disney from June 20th, 2005<ref name="press">[http://web.archive.org/web/20051029213727/mickeynews.com/News/DisplayPressRelease.asp_Q_id_E_5315Bear ''Breakfast with Bear'' Press Release] Retrieved 21 May '17</ref> to September 15th, 2006.<ref>[https://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/breakfast-with-bear Page talking about ''Breakfast with Bear'''s finale] Retrieved 19 Feb '18</ref> Interestingly, the show was also brought to the regular Disney Channel sometime in 2006; proof can be seen in a bumper down below. Each episode consisted of Bear travelling to different kids' homes and aiding the child "with their daily preparations, hygienical needs, games, songs, breakfast and other daily traditions."
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'''''Breakfast with Bear''''' was a spin-off of the popular Playhouse Disney show, ''Bear in the Big Blue House.'' It aired on the Disney Channel block, Playhouse Disney from June 20th, 2005<ref name="press">[http://web.archive.org/web/20051029213727/mickeynews.com/News/DisplayPressRelease.asp_Q_id_E_5315Bear ''Breakfast with Bear'' press release.] Retrieved 21 May '17</ref> to September 15th, 2006.<ref>[https://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/breakfast-with-bear Page talking about ''Breakfast with Bear'''s finale.] Retrieved 19 Feb '18</ref> Interestingly, the show was also brought to the regular Disney Channel sometime in 2006; proof can be seen in a bumper down below. Each episode consisted of Bear traveling to different kids' homes and aiding the child "with their daily preparations, hygienical needs, games, songs, breakfast and other daily traditions."
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
On March 12th, 2003, the voice actress for Luna of ''Bear in the Big Blue House'', Cherlynne Thigpen had passed away due to a cerebral hemorrhage.<ref>[https://blackthen.com/cherlynne-theresa-thigpen-pioneer-actress-best-known-role-chief/ Black Then article on the life of Cherlynne Thigpen] Retrieved 14 Jun '18</ref> As this event occurred during the airing of the fourth season, eight episodes of the main series that were set to air were put on hold until 2006, creating a three-year hiatus.<ref>[https://youtu.be/bzw-gXhcYW0?t=9m22s ''Defunctland'''s video on the history of ''Bear in the Big Blue House''] Retrieved 14 Jun '18</ref> During the hiatus, Disney Channel executive, Nancy Kanter called for a spin-off series to be made.<ref name="interview">[https://youtu.be/_Er1KOtJvjg?t=57m32s ''Defunctland'''s interview with Bear puppeteer, Noel MacNeal] Retrieved 14 Jun '18</ref>
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On March 12th, 2003, the voice actress for Luna of ''Bear in the Big Blue House'', Cherlynne Thigpen had passed away due to a cerebral hemorrhage.<ref>[https://blackthen.com/cherlynne-theresa-thigpen-pioneer-actress-best-known-role-chief/ Black Then article on the life of Cherlynne Thigpen.] Retrieved 14 Jun '18</ref> As this event occurred during the airing of the fourth season, eight episodes of the main series that were set to air were put on hold until 2006, creating a three-year hiatus.<ref>[https://youtu.be/bzw-gXhcYW0?t=9m22s ''Defunctland'''s video on the history of ''Bear in the Big Blue House''.] Retrieved 14 Jun '18</ref> During the hiatus, Disney Channel executive, Nancy Kanter called for a spin-off series to be made.<ref name="interview">[https://youtu.be/_Er1KOtJvjg?t=57m32s ''Defunctland'''s interview with Bear puppeteer, Noel MacNeal.] Retrieved 14 Jun '18</ref>
  
 
==Availability==
 
==Availability==
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5-year-old Paige shows Bear how to jump rope.
 
5-year-old Paige shows Bear how to jump rope.
  
=====Rachel Mochizuki of San Marino, CA<ref>[https://newspaperarchive.com/san-marino-tribune-jun-23-2005-p-12 San Marino Tribune article on the filming of Rachel Mochizuki for ''Breakfast with Bear''] Retrieved 11 Jul '18</ref>=====
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=====Rachel Mochizuki of San Marino, CA<ref>[https://newspaperarchive.com/san-marino-tribune-jun-23-2005-p-12 San Marino Tribune article on the filming of Rachel Mochizuki for ''Breakfast with Bear''.] Retrieved 11 Jul '18</ref>=====
 
During breakfast, Rachel claimed she usually ate breakfast in the car with a straight face. The filming crew found it hilarious, considering one of the messages of the show is to promote healthy eating.
 
During breakfast, Rachel claimed she usually ate breakfast in the car with a straight face. The filming crew found it hilarious, considering one of the messages of the show is to promote healthy eating.
 
    
 
    
=====Mackenzie Davis of Fallbrook, CA<ref>[http://villagenews.com/entertainment/local-6-year-old-to-be-on-tv Village News article on the filming of Mackenzie Davis for ''Breakfast with Bear''] Retrieved 19 Oct '17</ref>=====
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=====Mackenzie Davis of Fallbrook, CA<ref>[http://villagenews.com/entertainment/local-6-year-old-to-be-on-tv Village News article on the filming of Mackenzie Davis for ''Breakfast with Bear''.] Retrieved 19 Oct '17</ref>=====
 
6-year-old Mackenzie Davis, from Zion Lutheran School, visits Bear in her grandparents' farm. She teaches Bear how to pick oranges and make orange juice.
 
6-year-old Mackenzie Davis, from Zion Lutheran School, visits Bear in her grandparents' farm. She teaches Bear how to pick oranges and make orange juice.
  
=====Noah Vivanco of Northridge, CA<ref>[http://thefreelibrary.com/WHEN+A+BEAR+COMES+TO+BREAKFAST.-a0133427545 Los Angeles Daily News article on the filming of Noah Vivanco for ''Breakfast with Bear''] Retrieved 19 Oct '17</ref><ref>[http://newspapers.com/newspage/96569257 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article on the filming of Noah Vivanco for ''Breakfast with Bear''] Retrieved 19 Oct '17</ref>=====
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=====Noah Vivanco of Northridge, CA<ref>[http://thefreelibrary.com/WHEN+A+BEAR+COMES+TO+BREAKFAST.-a0133427545 Los Angeles Daily News article on the filming of Noah Vivanco for ''Breakfast with Bear''.] Retrieved 19 Oct '17</ref><ref>[http://newspapers.com/newspage/96569257 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article on the filming of Noah Vivanco for ''Breakfast with Bear''.] Retrieved 19 Oct '17</ref>=====
 
Bear visits 6-year-old Noah Vivanco. He was surprised by the fact that Bear was very large. He was allowed to stay in his PJ's even after his morning routine. He and Bear ate chocolate chip waffles with syrup. Bear makes a suggestion to eat healthier foods next time, such as blueberries, strawberries, and bananas.
 
Bear visits 6-year-old Noah Vivanco. He was surprised by the fact that Bear was very large. He was allowed to stay in his PJ's even after his morning routine. He and Bear ate chocolate chip waffles with syrup. Bear makes a suggestion to eat healthier foods next time, such as blueberries, strawberries, and bananas.
  
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   |description1 ="Hey, It's a Brand New Day."
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
===Kayla of Poughkeepsie, NY===
 
===Kayla of Poughkeepsie, NY===

Revision as of 01:31, 7 March 2020

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Breakfast with Bear logo.

Status: Partially Found

Breakfast with Bear was a spin-off of the popular Playhouse Disney show, Bear in the Big Blue House. It aired on the Disney Channel block, Playhouse Disney from June 20th, 2005[1] to September 15th, 2006.[2] Interestingly, the show was also brought to the regular Disney Channel sometime in 2006; proof can be seen in a bumper down below. Each episode consisted of Bear traveling to different kids' homes and aiding the child "with their daily preparations, hygienical needs, games, songs, breakfast and other daily traditions."

History

On March 12th, 2003, the voice actress for Luna of Bear in the Big Blue House, Cherlynne Thigpen had passed away due to a cerebral hemorrhage.[3] As this event occurred during the airing of the fourth season, eight episodes of the main series that were set to air were put on hold until 2006, creating a three-year hiatus.[4] During the hiatus, Disney Channel executive, Nancy Kanter called for a spin-off series to be made.[5]

Availability

Twenty episodes in total were produced. Ten were made in New York, and another ten were made in California.[5] Currently, less than half of the episodes are available to view on the internet.

Episodes

# Kid Air Date Status
1 Kayla of Poughkeepsie, NY June 20th, 2005 Partially Found
2 Aaron June 21st, 2005 Lost
3 Rhea June 22nd, 2005 Lost
4 Abigail of Westport, CT June 23rd, 2005 Lost
5 Christopher of New York City's "Big Apple Circus" June 24th, 2005 Lost
??? Paige of Elmont, NY ??? Lost
??? Ryan of Granada Hills, CA ??? Lost
??? Amanda of Oxnard, CA ??? Found
??? Giavanna of West Hills, CA ??? Lost
??? Rachel Mochizuki of San Marino, CA July 1st, 2005 Lost
??? Mackenzie Davis of Fallbrook, CA July 18th, 2005 Found
??? Rachel of Cypress, CA July 22nd, 2005 Partially Lost
??? Noah Vivanco of Northridge, CA July 29th, 2005 Lost
??? Isa ??? Partially Lost
??? Timea ??? Found
??? (20) Jonathan at Fort Irwin National Training Center (U.S. Army Base near Barstow, CA) ??? (September 15th, 2006) Found
??? Brittany of Bronx, NY ??? Existence Unconfirmed
??? Chelsea ??? Existence Unconfirmed
??? Griffin ??? Existence Unconfirmed
??? Nicole ??? Existence Unconfirmed
??? Nikki ??? Existence Unconfirmed

Episode Summaries

All of these short summaries have been provided by a series of online sources. No plagiarism is intended.

Episodes 1-5

The website lists summaries for the first five episodes of Breakfast with Bear.

Paige of Elmont, NY[1]

5-year-old Paige shows Bear how to jump rope.

Rachel Mochizuki of San Marino, CA[6]

During breakfast, Rachel claimed she usually ate breakfast in the car with a straight face. The filming crew found it hilarious, considering one of the messages of the show is to promote healthy eating.

Mackenzie Davis of Fallbrook, CA[7]

6-year-old Mackenzie Davis, from Zion Lutheran School, visits Bear in her grandparents' farm. She teaches Bear how to pick oranges and make orange juice.

Noah Vivanco of Northridge, CA[8][9]

Bear visits 6-year-old Noah Vivanco. He was surprised by the fact that Bear was very large. He was allowed to stay in his PJ's even after his morning routine. He and Bear ate chocolate chip waffles with syrup. Bear makes a suggestion to eat healthier foods next time, such as blueberries, strawberries, and bananas.

Videos

Promos

Collection of promos.
Disney Channel promo (0:00 - 0:10).

Songs from Playhouse Disney Imagine And Learn With Music CD

"Hey, It's a Brand New Day"
"The Morning Mambo"
"The Breakfast Song"

Gallery

Kayla of Poughkeepsie, NY

Aaron

Rhea

Abigail of Westport, CT

Christopher of New York City's "Big Apple Circus"

External Links

References