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What Happened?

Discussion in 'Bear in the Big Blue House' started by KirbTreelo05, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. KirbTreelo05

    KirbTreelo05 Well-Known Member

    Remember the Anniversary plans for BitBBH? I've been wondering: What happened? :confused: I know that something probably didn't go well and they decided to cancel them, but does anyone know why they didn't do anything? I was really disappointed... :(

    And Disney isn't going to leave Bear alone completely are they? :concern:
  2. wwfpooh

    wwfpooh Well-Known Member

    Well, right now, Disney is marketing towards the teenybopper stuff, and are just--as of recently--getting away from that to promote The Muppets.
  3. GSmiley2007

    GSmiley2007 Well-Known Member

    Somehow, I wish Bear would make an appearance on any upcoming "Studio DC: Almost Live"... I could surely picture him trying to sing with the classic Muppets and the Disney Channel stars, that's for sure! :)
  4. Teenager's

    Teenager's Well-Known Member

    That would be so Much Fun!........it would add a lot to the show I think......which is kind of easy sadly....

    He should Cha Cha through the Tipton (sp?) hotel!
  5. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    As a big Bear fan since 1997, it's really unfortunate Disney decided to just quietly retire Bear. Bear is light years above (as far as fun, feel good, song and dance, and chemistry) programming for toddlers and kids than what's out there.

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