|Clear as a Bell|
|Season 2, Episode 4|
|Air date||January 13, 1998|
|Written by||P. Kevin Strader|
|Directed by||Mitchell Kriegman|
|The Big Sleep||Good Times|
Clear as a Bell is the 4th episode of the second season.
Bear is excited to receive a Spanish-language teaching tape in the mail, as he is hoping to use some Spanish phrases in his upcoming phone conversation with his friend Ursa. Tutter learns a new way to communicate as well when he gets a case of laryngitis (aka a sore throat) and Bear gives him a bell to ring if he needs anything. Bear shows Treelo how to use his words to communicate during a pretend game with Ojo and as he deals with this and the situation with Tutter, Pip and Pop learn from his Spanish tape, perhaps even more than Bear does. In the Shadow segment, Shadow presents a version of the classic counting rhyme "Over In The Meadow."
- What's in the Mail Today? (shortened, music and lyrics by Dave Kinnoin and Peter Lurye)
- Clear as a Bell (song by Peter Lurye)
- The theme for this episode is about communicating.
- This episode marks the first appearance of Ursa, but Carmen Osbahr isn't credited in it.
- This episode translate sentences into different languages, such as: have a nice day in English; Chinese in China; Arabic in Morocco and ha en god dag in Norwegian.
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