|This Is Your Life, Bear|
|Season 4, Episode 26|
|Air date||April 28, 2006|
|Written by||Andy Yerkes|
|Directed by||Mitchell Kriegman|
|Let It Go||None|
This Is Your Life, Bear is the twenty-sixth episode of the fourth season. It is also the final episode.
When Bear decides to do some relaxing and tune to his favorite station, WCHA-CHA, he hears an announcement for a contest. The station will play a sample from a cha-cha record and the first caller to identify the name of the tune and the artist will win. Bear resolves to sit tight so that we won't miss the contest, but has to get up to help out when the kids in the Big Blue House call. Luckily, he manages to make it back in time for the contest and succeeds in being the first caller and identifying the record. He wins a trip for himself and everyone in the house to Sequoia City. Tutter overhears him celebrating, but only hears a little of it, he hears Bear saying that he needs a vacation and thinks that he's upset. In the Shadow Segment Shadow tells a story about a horse. He and the rest of the kids decide to put together a special celebration for Bear to show him how much he's appreciated.
When Bear and his friends goes to the new ledge on top of the front of the Sequoia City Grand Hotel to tell Luna all about it, before singing the Goodbye Song for the last time, she and he and his friends will know that one life touches the others, and each life we touch we can touch it as positive way as we can, which is a good point and may be the most important thing of all. He hopes he's been one of the nicest parts of our lives because we are one of our parts of his as well. He says he will see you back at the Big Blue House. And he turns off the bedroom light once more.
- Doc Hogg
- Grandma Otto
- Grandpa Etta
- Jack the Dog
- Grandma Flutter
The rest of the characters will be confirmed soon.
- The theme for this episode is about Bear.
- This marks the final episode of the series.
- This episode includes other marked features.
- Only and Final appearance of Sequoia City.
- They were set for the fifth season, but Lynne Thigpen, the voice of Luna, died in 2003. It wouldn't be the same without her. So they cancelled the set.
- Bear was hoping to see all of us back at the Big Blue House, but since Lynne Thigpen's death in 2003, this is the very last episode, so they didn't let that happen.
- This marks the final episode that Ojo, Tutter, Treelo, Pip and Pop join in the Goodbye Song.
- In Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: The Movie, this talks about movie about visiting Agate Lake in 1974.
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