Bob is taken out into the countryside by the villain, who is about shoot him until he's mauled by a bear while Bob escapes.
Confronted with a puma, Bob is cornered and in serious danger until a bear shows up and scares the feline. Then he thinks "Saved by a bear. Who would have thought it? I guess they aren't so b- AAAAAAAaaaaaaa...!!".
But when bear finished with the villain, it immediately follows Bob.
Conversed: "The situation has just turned even more unBEARable than usual, don't you think?" "Enough with the bear puns!"
We see the horrible psychological consequences of the attack, as they have turned Bob into a shadow of what he used to be. The incident also ignites a sentiment of hatred that eventually leads to the systematic extermination of every single bear in the forest.
Bob becomes a hermit, roaming the wilderness for the white whale bear that attacked him.
Reconstructed: Despite his bitter experience with the bear, Bob feels lucky to be alive and turns his story into An Aesop about why mankind should respect nature's power.