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** The musical number seems pretty similar to "Somewhere Out There" from ''AnAmericanTail''.

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** The musical number seems pretty similar to "Somewhere Out There" from ''AnAmericanTail''.''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail''.

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* ForegoneConclusion: We learn that, when they were cubs, the bears were trying to go to Paris. And until we get another flashback episode to confirm if they ''did'', it seems like that never panned out.

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* ForegoneConclusion: We learn that, when they were cubs, the bears were trying to go to Paris. And until we get another flashback episode to confirm if they ''did'', it seems like [[Recap/WeBareBearsS1E21VideoDate A later episode]] reveals that never panned out.Griz doesn't know what Paris looks like, while Panda and Ice Bear have more generic visions of it.


* DissonantSerenity: Grizz is ''way'' too cheerful, even as a cub, when he tells Panda that they are ''still'' in the desert.



* DissonantSerenity: Grizz is ''way'' too cheerful, even as a cub, when he tells Panda that they are ''still'' in the desert.


* InMediaRes: Of a sort. We ''never'' learn why the bears were in the middle of the desert at the start of the episode. The closest we get is the reveal that they're trying to get to Paris.

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* InMediaRes: InMediasRes: Of a sort. We ''never'' learn why the bears were in the middle of the desert at the start of the episode. The closest we get is the reveal that they're trying to get to Paris.


* CreepyChild: Ice Bear as a cub shows some disturbing behavior, such as wearing a bull skull on his head(to keep the heat from hitting him) and knowing how to make an axe out of soda cans.

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* CreepyChild: Ice Bear as a cub shows some disturbing behavior, such as wearing a bull skull on his head(to head (to keep the heat from hitting him) and knowing how to make an axe out of soda cans.


** The musical number seems pretty similar to "Somewhere Out There" from AnAmericanTail.

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** The musical number seems pretty similar to "Somewhere Out There" from AnAmericanTail.''AnAmericanTail''.


* AdaptationExpansion/PragmaticAdaptation: The episode starts with an adaptation of [[http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5264/5769448036_418ce97eb9_o.jpg the (current) last page]] of the ''The Three Bare Bears'' webcomic. Among the differences are that the drifter doesn't look as homeless as he did in the comic, Ice Bear doesn't talk, Grizz and Panda are somewhat ''more'' aggressive towards the drifter, and we learn that the drifter [[{{Jerkass}} stole the bear's box]] the next day while they were asleep.

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* AdaptationExpansion/PragmaticAdaptation: AdaptationExpansion / PragmaticAdaptation: The episode starts with an adaptation of [[http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5264/5769448036_418ce97eb9_o.jpg the (current) last page]] of the ''The Three Bare Bears'' webcomic. Among the differences are that the drifter doesn't look as homeless as he did in the comic, Ice Bear doesn't talk, Grizz and Panda are somewhat ''more'' aggressive towards the drifter, and we learn that the drifter [[{{Jerkass}} stole the bear's box]] the next day while they were asleep.

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* AdaptationExpansion/PragmaticAdaptation: The episode starts with an adaptation of [[http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5264/5769448036_418ce97eb9_o.jpg the (current) last page]] of the ''The Three Bare Bears'' webcomic. Among the differences are that the drifter doesn't look as homeless as he did in the comic, Ice Bear doesn't talk, Grizz and Panda are somewhat ''more'' aggressive towards the drifter, and we learn that the drifter [[{{Jerkass}} stole the bear's box]] the next day while they were asleep.


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* ChekhovsGun: The conveyor belt is briefly introduced in the montage of the bears playing in the boxes, [[{{Foreshadowing}} at one point separating them as they slide down]].


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* DissonantSerenity: Grizz is ''way'' too cheerful, even as a cub, when he tells Panda that they are ''still'' in the desert.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: The bears ultimately get a ''new'' box to replace the one they lost, and continue on their goal towards Paris. Plus, they aren't in the desert anymore.
* ForegoneConclusion: We learn that, when they were cubs, the bears were trying to go to Paris. And until we get another flashback episode to confirm if they ''did'', it seems like that never panned out.
* InMediaRes: Of a sort. We ''never'' learn why the bears were in the middle of the desert at the start of the episode. The closest we get is the reveal that they're trying to get to Paris.


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* MoodWhiplash: The box fortress battle ultimately gets cut off due to the automatic lights in the warehouse going out, which leads into Grizz and Panda's DistantDuet.
** As mentioned in RealityEnsues, Grizz and Ice Bear going to apologize to Panda is interrupted by a worker coming in and turning on the conveyor belt, kickstarting the tense climax.


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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: In exchange for his granola bars, the bears let the drifter sleep in their box for the night. In return, the drifter ''stole the box'' while they were still asleep.

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* BadassAdorable: Ice Bear as a cub is still a badass yet 200% more adorable.


* RealityEnsues: While the cubs eventually make up the next day, a worker inevitably comes in to start working, which kickstarts the climax.

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* RealityEnsues: While the cubs eventually make up the next day, As Grizz and Ice Bear are making their way over to Panda to apologize, a worker inevitably comes in to start working, which kickstarts the climax.


* BambooTechnology: Ice Bear builds a cannon out of boxes which shoots boxes.



** Grizz does one when looking through his box telescope at another box.

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** Parodied when Grizz does one when looking through his box telescope at another box.box, calling it beautiful.



* WholeEpisodeFlashback: Obviously.

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* WholeEpisodeFlashback: Obviously.Obviously.
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In this flashback episode, the bear cubs lose their "home" (a cardboard box) and discover a warehouse full of them, but tensions rise between Grizz and Panda (and [[TheVoiceless Ice Bear]] as they fight over how to build their new "home".

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In this flashback episode, the bear cubs lose their "home" (a cardboard box) and discover a warehouse full of them, but tensions rise between Grizz and Panda (and [[TheVoiceless Ice Bear]] Bear]]) as they fight over how to build their new "home".


In this flashback episode, the bear cubs lose their "home" (a cardboard box) and discover a warehouse full of them, but tensions rise between Grizz and Panda as they fight over how to build their new "home".

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In this flashback episode, the bear cubs lose their "home" (a cardboard box) and discover a warehouse full of them, but tensions rise between Grizz and Panda (and [[TheVoiceless Ice Bear]] as they fight over how to build their new "home".



* CreepyChild: Ice Bear as a cub shows some disturbing behavior, such as wearing a bull skull on his head and knowing how to make an axe out of soda cans.

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* CreepyChild: Ice Bear as a cub shows some disturbing behavior, such as wearing a bull skull on his head head(to keep the heat from hitting him) and knowing how to make an axe out of soda cans.



* DistantDuet: Grizz and Panda have a duet together. Ice Bear doesn't sing due to [[TheVoiceless obvious reasons]].

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* DistantDuet: Grizz and Panda have a duet together. Ice Bear doesn't sing due to [[TheVoiceless obvious reasons]].reasons]] but his brothers were singing to him as well.



* RealityEnsues: While Grizz and Panda eventually make up the next day, a worker inevitably comes in to start working, which kickstarts the climax.

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* RealityEnsues: While Grizz and Panda the cubs eventually make up the next day, a worker inevitably comes in to start working, which kickstarts the climax.

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** The musical number seems pretty similar to "Somewhere Out There" from AnAmericanTail.

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