|Season 1, Episode 6|
|Air date||October 27th, 1997|
|Written by||Andy Yerkes (and Co-Producer)|
|Directed by||Hugh Martin|
|Picture of Health||Why Bears Can't Fly|
Share, Bear is the sixth episode of the first season.
On a nice day at the Big Blue House, Bear is doing some gardening and friends are playing together quietly. At least, they were, until Ojo and Treelo have a disagreement when Treelo wants to play with Ojo's favorite stuffed toy Snow Bear. Bear suggests a way they could both play together. Meanwhile, Tutter has created a large sandwich and Pip and Pop want to have some. Tutter, however, thinks that he can eat it all himself. In the Shadow segment, Shadow tells the story of Baa Baa Black Sheep.
- This episode was adapted in book form as Two Can Share, Too.
- The closing credits run unusually long going up. At the end of the closing credits, the dog in the Shadow Projects logo quacks like a duck.
- This episode includes a brief Real Kids segment in which some kids talk about things that they share.
- It is revealed that Bear had his own Snow Bear when he was a kid.
- This is the last episode to have the kitchen door blue as shown since Home Is Where the Bear Is. For the later episodes, it will be red.
- This is the first episode to have Art Director David Ellis, Production Staff Dominique Bruballa & Maria Marini, Graphics Par Surasaksin and Post Producers Lesley Stewart & Freddie Hernandez.
- Frank Biondi as Technical Team.
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