The Berenstain Bears Trouble At School Visit The Dentist Ep 1

The Berenstain Bears  Trouble At School Visit The Dentist   Ep 1


SOMEWHERE DEEP IN BEAR COUNTRY
LIVES THE BERENSTAIN BEAR FAMILY THEY’RE KIND OF FURRY AROUND THE TORSO
THEY’RE A LOT LIKE PEOPLE, ONLY MORE SO THE BEAR FACT IS THAT
THEY’RE JUST LIKE YOU AND ME THE ONLY DIFFERENCE
IS THEY LIVE IN A TREE THE BERENSTAIN BEARS WHEN THINGS GO WRONG AS THINGS MIGHT DO
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS WILL FIND A WAY THROUGH MOMMA, POPPA ,SISTER AND BROTHER
WILL ALWAYS BE THERE FOR EACH OTHER THE BEAR FACT IS THAT
THEY CAN BE SWEET AS HONEY SOMETIMES YOU’LL FIND
THEY MIGHT BE JUST PLAIN FUNNY THE BERENSTAIN BEARS
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS [ BROTHER ]: WHEN
A PROBLEM AT SCHOOL IS KEPT
SECRET TOO LONG, IT CAN GROW
TILL A CUB THINKS THAT EVERYTHING’S
BYE. SEE YOU TOMORROW. HI, MAMA.
HELLO, DEAR. HOW WAS
YOUR DAY TODAY? GREAT. HOW WAS BROTHER’S?
HE’S FEELING A LOT BETTER. TOMORROW HE SHOULD BE BACK
AT SCHOOL AGAIN. TEACHER BOB SENT HOME ANOTHER
WORK SHEET FOR HIM TO DO. MAMA, CAN
YOU GET ME ANOTHER PILLOW,
PLEASE? I’LL GET IT FOR HIM, MAMA.
THANK YOU, SISTER.
BEARANNOSAURUS REX, THE FIERCEST DINOSAUR THAT EVER LIVED.
OH, HI, SISTER. FEELING BETTER?
NOT BAD…THANKS. WHAT ARE
MAKING MOUNT MESOZOIC. MOUNT ME
THAT’S WHERE BEARANNOSAURUS REX AND TRIBEARATOPS SQUARE OFF
FOR THE ULTIMATE JURASSIC SHOWDOWN.
[ GROWLING AND SNARLING ] HERE’S ANOTHER
WORK SHEET. GREAT. THANKS.
AREN’T YOU GOING TO DO IT? YOU HAVEN’T EVEN STARTED THE ONE
I BROUGHT YOU ON MONDAY. BOY, ARE
YOU BEHIND. I’LL DO THEM WHEN
I’M FEELING BETTER, OK? YOU SEE? I’M STILL SICK.
[ GROWLING AND SNARLING ] IF YOU CAN
HOLD A DINOSAUR, YOU CAN
HOLD A PENCIL. [ TV ]: …IT’S CURRENTLY
75 DEGREES. OH, BOY!THE BEAR STOOGES.
[ LAUGHING ] HI, LENNY.
HEY, YOU’RE ALIVE.
YUP. ALIVE AND KICKING. THE TEAM
SURE MISSED YOU. YEAH? SAME HERE.
SO, WHAT ELSE IS NEW? JUST THE MATH WE’RE STUDYING.
DID YOU GET THOSE WORK SHEETS FIGURED OUT?
I HAVEN’T LOOKED AT THEM YET. SO I’LL CHECK THEM OUT TONIGHT.
BUT TODAY’S THE TEST.
THE TEST? BUT BEFORE YOU DO THAT,
YOU HAVE TO DIVIDE THE NUMERATOR BY THE DENOMINATOR, OK?
WHICH ONE’S THAT, AGAIN?
THE NUMBER ON THE BOTTOM. HAVE YOU GOT IT?
EATS, WE CAN GET STARTED
ON THE MATH TEST. PLEASE REMEMBER TO SHOW ME ALL
YOUR CALCULATIONS IN THE MARGIN. [ GROANING ]
WELL DONE, FRED. ALL RIGHT.
GREAT EFFORT, LENNY. I GOT PERFECT.
[ BELL RINGING ] OK. CLASS DISMISSED.
BYE, SIR. BYE. I’LL SEE YOU TOMORROW.
UH-OH. THIS CAN’T BE GOOD. I’M AFRAID
IT ISN’T, BROTHER. ZERO?!
DIDN’T YOU DO THE WORK SHEETS I SENT HOME WITH YOUR SISTER?
WELL, I WAS PRETTY IT TOOK A LOT OUT OF ME,
THAT FLU BUG. TO BE OK NOW.
AND I CAN’T WAIT TO GET THOSE WORK SHEETS DONE.
I’M GLAD TO HEAR THAT.
, I GUESS I’D BETTER THE BUS.
OH, ONE MORE THING:
PLEASE HAVE YOUR PARENTS SIGN THAT TEST,
AND BRING IT BACK TO ME TOMORROW.
YES, SIR. OHH…EVEN THE FLU
DOESN’T FEEL THIS BAD. HOW WAS YOUR
DAY AT SCHOOL? WE, UH…
WE HAD A MATH TEST TODAY AND… I DON’T FEEL VERY GOOD, MAMA.
OH, DEAR. ACHOO!
OOH, I DON’T LIKE THE SOUND OF THAT.
MM-HMM. YOU’RE RUNNING A TEMPERATURE.
I THINK I CAUGHT BROTHER’S COLD. YES, THAT DOESN’T
SURPRISE ME. AND, NOW, WHAT WERE
YOU SAYING, SON? ME? UH…IT WAS
NOTHING, REALLY. SISTER’S MORE IMPORTANT
HERE, SIS. LET ME CARRY YOUR STUFF.
UM…THANK YOU. AND I’LL
CARRY YOU. I’LL PUT ON SOME CHICKEN SOUP.
[ GROANING ] ZERO?
THE WORK SHEETS? YOU DIDN’T EVEN
DO THE WORK SHEET I BROUGHT HOME
ON MONDAY. BOY, ARE
YOU BEHIND. ZERO…
PLEASE HAVE YOUR PARENTS
SIGN THE TEST, AND BRING
IT BACK IN THE MORNING.
ZERO?! [ GROANING ]
SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOUR HONEY NUMBERS, SON?
I WAS JUST, UH… THINKING ABOUT SOMETHING.
WILL YOU LOOK AT THIS NOW, PAPA? ALL RIGHT.
LET’S SEE WHAT WE’VE GOT HERE.
WHAT DOES IT SAY? IT SAYS YOU STILL
HAVE A FEVER. LOOKS LIKE
YOU’D BETTER STAY HOME TODAY.
STILL BE SICK. OH, I FEEL HOT.
MAYBE I SHOULD STAY HOME, TOO.
YOU FEEL PERFECTLY FINE. BUT WHAT ABOUT
OOH, THAT’S YOU’LL PROBABLY HAVE THAT
FOR A FEW MORE DAYS. I PUT A ROLL OF COUGH DROPS
IN YOUR BOOK BAG. YES, IN THE OUTSIDE POCKET.
OH, RIGHT. OK. THANKS. BETTER HURRY
OR YOU’RE GOING TO MISS THE BUS.
DON’T WANT TO FORGET YOUR BOOK BAG.
RIGHT. DON’T WANT TO FORGET THAT.
I WON’T GIVE MY TEST BACK TO THE TEACHER.
IT’S NOT MY FAULT I WAS SICK. PHOOEY ON SCHOOL!
PHOOEY ON MATH! PHOOEY ON EVERYTHING!
OH, NO. WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO NOW?
I CAN’T GO TO SCHOOL, AND I CAN’T GO HOME…OH.
BROTHER. I’M IN TROUBLE, GRAN.
HEH-HEH-HEH. DEAR ME. THIS PAPER HAS MORE
WRINKLES THAN I DO. WELL, THAT’S ABOUT
THE BEST I CAN DO. IT LOOKS WAY BETTER THAN IT DID.
AW, BUT IT STILL HAS A BIG, FAT ZERO ON IT.
BE TOO HARD ON YOURSELF, BROTHER.
YOU’RE A SMART CUB. I KNOW THAT.
WELL, I FEEL PRETTY DUMB TODAY. DID YOU EVER GET ZERO
ON A TEST, GRAMPS? HMM, CAN’T SAY
THAT I HAVE. NOW, THAT’S
NOT TO SAY I HAVEN’T MADE SOME
MISTAKES IN MY DAY. IN FACT, I’VE MADE
SOME REAL DOOZIES. YOU HAVE? LIKE WHAT?
LET’S GO FOR A LITTLE WALK. I WANT TO SHOW YOU SOMETHING.
WHOA! THAT WAS YOUR WAGON, GRAMPS?
YES. IT HAPPENED A LONG TIME AGO.
INSTEAD OF GOING AROUND THE BOG, I HAD A NOTION TO GO
RIGHT THROUGH THE MIDDLE. TURN AROUND?
WELL, YES. BUT FOR ONE REASON OR ANOTHER,
I KEPT ON GOING. AND THE FARTHER I WENT,
THE DEEPER IT SANK. FINALLY, THE WAGON WAS IN
SO DEEP, IT WOULDN’T BUDGE. BY THAT TIME,
I WAS TOO ASHAMED OF MYSELF TO ASK SOMEONE FOR HELP.
GEE… I DARE SAY THAT MATH TEST
HAS YOU FEELING THE SAME WAY I FELT THAT DAY.
THAT’S FOR SURE.
EXCEPT I’M IN OVER MY HEAD, GRAMPS.
OH, NOW, I WOULDN’T SAY THAT. HAVE YOU TRIED
TURNING THINGS AROUND? WELL, NOT REALLY.
WELL, THEN, YOU’RE NOT IN TOO DEEP YET. COME ON.
I TOLD YOU IT WAS PRETTY BAD. PRETTY BAD?
CAN IT GET ANY WORSE THAN ZERO?
WELL, IT CAN GET WORSE WHEN YOU DON’T TELL YOUR PARENTS
AND DON’T GET ON THE SCHOOL BUS.
THAT’S FOR SURE. HAVE COME
RIGHT AWAY. AT LEAST YOU’RE COMING
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER, I ALWAYS SAY.
SPEAKING WE BETTER GET
COME ON, SON. THANKS, GRAMPS.
ANY TIME. HEH-HEH-HEH.
YOUR WAGON WASN’T STUCK TOO BADLY.
YOU JUST NEEDED A LITTLE PUSH.
AND DON’T FORGET TO GIVE THIS
TO TEACHER BOB. DON’T WORRY, MAMA.
SEE YOU LATER. THERE,
ALL DONE. NOW YOU’VE
GOT IT, BROTHER! WHAT ARE YOU DOING, BROTHER?
THE SOCCER GAME STARTED TEN MINUTES AGO.
I’LL BE OUT LATER. I WANT TO FINISH THESE LAST
TWO WORK SHEETS FIRST. WORK SHEETS? INSTEAD OF SOCCER?
ARE YOU FEELING OK? OH, YES.
I’M FEELING A LOT BETTER, THE BEST I’VE FELT IN DAYS.
[ SISTER ]: TAKING CARE OF THEIR TEETH IS WHAT BEARS LIKE TO DO.
THEY BRUSH THEM AND FLOSS THEM AND VISIT THE DENTIST, TOO.
[ YAWNING ] [ GASPING ]
BROTHER, WAKE UP! WAKE UP!
I HAVE ALOOTHTOOTH.THEE?
WELL, YOU’D BETTER HOPE IT COMES OUT SOON,
OR MAMA WILL TAKE YOU TO THE DENTIST.
[ GASPING ] HOW COME?
SO HE CAN YANK IT OUT WITH A BIG PAIR OF YANKERS!
OHH, I CAN’T LET MAMA FIND OUT ABOUT MYLOOTHTOOTH.
THERE YOU GO. TOAST FOR TWO. THANKS, MAMA.
THANK YOU. COULD YOUPATHME– OHH!
[ GASPING ] I MEAN, COULD YOU HAND ME
THE JAM,PLEATH.WOULD YOU LIKE SOME
STRAWBERRY JAM FOR YOUR TOAST? OR THE RASPBERRY JAM?
UM, THAT ONE. WHAT’S
THE MATTER? MY TOOTHFEELTHFUNNY
WHEN I BITE INTO MYTOATHT.THAT MANY GOOEY GUMS
WOULD FIT INTO ONE BAG. WELL, THIS WAY,
I’LL HAVE ENOUGH TO LAST A WHILE.
A WHILE? YOU’LL HAVE ENOUGH
TO LAST UNTIL NEXT YEAR. [ LAUGHING ]
WHAT’S WRONG? I THOUGHT YOU LIKED GOOEY GUMS.
UH-OH. MAYBE YOU HAVE A CAVITY. IT’S NO BIG DEAL.
I HAD ONE LAST SPRING.
DR. BEARSON AND FILL IT.
YOU MEAN…WITH A REAL DRILL? HEH-HEH. SURE. YOU WOULDN’T WANT
HIM TO USE HIS TOY DRILL, RIGHT? I WAS JUST THINKING…UM…
WANT THOSE NOW… HERE.
THANKS! I KEEP WIGGLING IT WITH MY
TONGUE, BUT IT WON’T COME OUT. WOW! THAT IS SO COOL.
I CAN’T WAIT TO GET A LOOSE TOOTH.
THAT’THWHAT UNTIL I FOUND OUT ABOUT
DR.BEARTHON’TH YANKERTH.YANKERTH?
YOU KNOW,YANKERTH.THAT’THHOW HETAKTHOUT
LOOTH
TEETH. WHAT’S WRONG?
MY TONGUEITH THOREIJUTHT WITHIT WOULD COME OUT.
BROTHER. I COULD USE AN
EXTRA PAIR OF HANDS. HAVE YOU GOT A MOMENT?
SURE. WOULD MAKE A
TERRIFIC BIRDHOUSE. GIVE THAT HANDLE
A CRANK, SON. HOW’S THAT?
PERFECT. NOW, WHERE DID I PUT THAT DRILL?
WE NEED TO MAKE A HOLE
FOR THE BIRDS TO GO INSIDE.
THERE IT IS. WHY HIRE A WOODPECKER WHEN
YOU’VE GOT ONE OF THESE? HERE GOES!
WHEW! JUST IMAGINE HOW STRONG TEETH MUST BE.
SAY THAT? TAKE A LOOK AT THAT END.
A BEAVER CHEWED IT RIGHT OFF. WHO WANTS A TREAT?
OATMEAL CHEWIES — YOU HAVEN’T
BAKED THOSE IN AGES, HONEY.
YES, AND YOU’D BETTER HAVE ONE NOW, DEAR.
YOU KNOW HOW THE CUBS GOBBLE THESE UP.
AH… MMM-MM! SWEET AND CHEWY.
ACTUALLY, I’M NOT REALLY VERY HUNGRY.
ME, NEITHER. NEITHER ONE OF THEM WANT
AN OATMEAL CHEWY? I WONDER WHAT’S WRONG WITH THEM.
MMM…NOT A THING WRONG WITH THEM.
THEY’RE DELICIOUS.
I’M NOT TALKING ABOUT THE SQUARES, SILLY.
I MEAN, WITH THE CUBS. BROTHER,
SISTER, COULD YOU COME HERE FOR A MINUTE?
YES, MAMA? I’VE NEVER SEEN THE TWO OF YOU
OATMEAL CHEWIES BEFORE. WELL, AH…
I HAD A PRETTY BIG BREAKFAST.
ME, TOO — I HAD A BIG BOWL OFTHEREAL,
APIETHEOFTOATHT,AGLATHOFJUITHEAND…
SOMETHING SOUNDS FUNNY ABOUT THAT EXCUSE.
I HAVE ALOOTHTOOTH. OHH! SO YOU DO! YOUR FIRST ONE.
SISTER’S LOSING HER FIRST TOOTH?
I WANT TO SEE THIS.
WOULD YOU LOOK A LOSING YOUR BABY TEETH IS A SIGN
THAT YOU’RE GROWING UP. UH-HUH — BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,
YOU’LL HAVE A NEW, GROWN-UP TOOTH IN ITS PLACE.
BUT I DON’T WANT DR.BEARTHON
TO YANK IT OUT WITHHITHBIGYANKERTH.
BIG YANKERS? WHO TOLD YOU THAT? [ BROTHER ]: UH…
I WAS ONLY KIDDING. I DIDN’T THINK SHE’D BELIEVE ME.
HEH-HEH…SORRY, SIS. DR. BEARSON ISN’T GOING TO YANK
OUT YOUR TOOTH WITH YANKERS. YOUR TOOTH WILL FALL OUT
ALL ON ITS OWN. I BET THAT’S A RELIEF, HUH, SIS?
TO FREDDY’S FOR A WHILE. NOT SO FAST.
SISTER’S LOOSE TOOTH DOESN’T EXPLAIN
WHY YOU DIDN’T WANT ANY OATMEAL CHEWIES.
YES — YOU USUALLY EAT
TWO OR THREE AT AT TIME.
HEH-HEH — I HAD A LITTLE TOOTHACHE
BUT IT’S FEELING MUCH– OW! …BETTER NOW.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU HAD THIS TOOTHACHE?
SINCE WHEN I WAS EATING
A GOOEY GUM. MORE GOOEY GUMS?
NO WONDER YOU HAVE A TOOTHACHE.
THEY’RE SO SWEET THAT EVEN YOURS
TRULY, PAPA BEAR, EAT ONE.
I’D BETTER PHONE DR. BEARSON AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
RIGHT AWAY. UH, MAYBE WE SHOULD
COME BACK ANOTHER TIME. WE’LL DO NO SUCH THING.
DR. BEARSON IS EXPECTING US. IF IT ISN’T TAKEN CARE OF.
BROTHER? RIGHT THIS WAY, PLEASE.
OK…AH, YES. THERE IT IS. YOU HAVE
A SMALL CAVITY. NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT, REALLY.
SO IT’LL GO AWAY HA-HA-HA.
A CAVITY DOESN’T GO AWAY. IT’S A HOLE IN YOUR TOOTH
THAT WILL KEEP GETTING BIGGER IF IT’S NOT LOOKED AFTER.
DOES THAT MEAN I HAVE TO HAVE A FILLING?
UM-HMM, A SMALL FILLING. OH, WELL, IF IT’S SMALL,
MAYBE YOU WON’T HAVE TO USE THE DRILL, RIGHT?
OH, I’LL STILL NEED TO USE THE DRILL.
THAT’S THE DRILL? THAT’S IT.
IT’S JUST LITTLE. THAT’S BECAUSE
TEETH ARE LITTLE. HUH? WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?
HELLO, THERE.
HELLO. THAT’S
MY SISTER. WELL, STEP IN
SO YOU CAN SEE BETTER. WHAT ARE YOU DOING NOW?
I’M USING A POLISHING TIP, SO I CAN MAKE BROTHER’S
NEW FILLING NICE AND SMOOTH. AND THIS TOOL SPRAYS WATER.
MY JOB ISN’T DONE UNTIL I’VE CLEANED UP MY WORK AREA.
WHAT’TH THAT FOR?
IT’S A SUCTION TUBE
TO TAKE AWAY SALIVA.
IT’S A SPIT SUCKER! HA-HA-HA!
OK. HERE YOU GO. SWISH SOME WATER AROUND IN YOUR
MOUTH, AND YOU’RE ALL FINISHED. ARE YOU BRUSHING YOUR TEETH
AFTER EVERY MEAL? UH-HUH. I HAVE
ALOOTHTOOTH. SO YOU DO. A CENTRAL INCISOR.
BARELY HANGING ON. I KNOW. I HOPE
ITFALLTHOUTTHOON.IT’THHARD TO EAT,
AND MY TONGUE WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE
A SEAT IN THE CHAIR? I’LL TAKE A LOOK AT IT?
YOU AREN’T GOING TO YANK MY TOOTH OUT
WITH THEYANKERTH,ARE YOU? YOU MEAN THIS TOOTH?
MY TOOTH!IT’THGONE! IT WAS
SO LOOSE, IT NEARLY FELL
OUT BY ITSELF. WELL, THAT
WAS A CINCH.THANKTH,DR.BEARTHON.
YOU’RE MOST WELCOME. CAN I HAVE A BALLOON, TOO?
OR HOW ABOUT A BRAND NEW TOOTHBRUSH?
I THINK I WANT A BALLOON. HEH-HEH-HEH, YES.
THAT’S WHAT I’D PICK, TOO. AND HE GAVE ME
MY TOOTH TO TAKE HOME. YOU’D BETTER
MAKE SURE YOU PUT THAT UNDER YOUR
FOR THE TOOTH FAIRY, OF COURSE.NO WAY.
I’M KEEPING IT. HEH-HEH-HEH.
[ LAUGHING ] CAPTIONS PERFORMED BY
THE NATIONAL CAPTIONING CENTRE

Author: Kevin Mason

75 thoughts on “The Berenstain Bears Trouble At School Visit The Dentist Ep 1

  1. What kind of teacher expects a kid who was out all week to take a test on the first day? With no chance to ask the teacher about the work. Our schools policy was you had the same number of days to catch up on assignment that you were out. So if you missed 3 school days you had 3 to get all the work done. And any tests were to be rescheduled before or after school when you had a chance to go over the sheets with the teacher.

  2. Fuck brothers teacher! How could he make brother take a test only a day after he was sick!? He can't expect brother to have actually done those worksheets while he was sick! He should've just let brother be excused from the test all together! Who agrees with me?

  3. Brother was sick for THREE DAYS and takes a math a math test the FIRST DAY he gets back, what if he didn't understand the work? I blame his teacher.

  4. Should I be concerned that your name is display kkk? As a parent, and trying to avoid random inappropriate things coming up in children's programming on YouTube, your YouTube channel name concerns me….

  5. If he wasn't in class, how was he supposed to know how to do the worksheets. Only way is if Sister helped him. Makes no sense. Lol

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