The Berenstain Bears And The Homework Hassle

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Now I think that it is time that we have a talk with our cubs! It is their punishment for getting the gimmies at the supermarket and on Gramps and Gran.In other words: "They are grounded from TV and treats indefinitely".

When she returns home the house is miraculously spotless.

Papa, Brother, and Sister couldn’t take it any more, and than exemplary in the homework department. He’s been too busy playing video games and talking on the phone.

Mama Bear: [to Brother] A watch is not going to take you where you have to be.

[then turns to both Brother and Sister and explains to both of them about how the time works] It is up to you to decide whether or not you want to be on time.

Grizzly, they want to go back to having healthy food for most days of the week.

So Mama and the cubs stop him from mentioning "junk food"]Brother Bear: [mentions the healthy snacks which he and Sister have always been having; either at the mall which is frozen yogurt, or at the movies which is nuts and raisins or when watching TV which is apple slices] Well, celebrate with carrot sticks.The angry and disappointed parents arrive to take the other girls home; including Mama on Sister][Sister sadly walks upstairs to her bedroom. She has to spend one day in her bedroom and one full week or possibly a month, a year, a decade, a century, or a millennium in the treehouse.In other words: "She is grounded; one day in her room and grounded indefinitely in the treehouse"]Mama Bear: [tells Papa what happened as if he had seen the Bruins's living room] You should have seen the place! By reading the letter, Brother has fallen too far behind in his homework, and the letter orders Mama or Papa to call Teacher Bob as it says, "Please call me".The Berenstain Bears is a Canadian children's animated series based on the children's book series of the same name by Stan and Jan Berenstain.The series follows the lives of a family of anthropomorphic bears who learn a moral or safety-related lesson during the course of each episode. The series debuted on PBS Kids in the United States on January 6, 2003 and ended on December 6, 2004. You two cubs have been watching far too much television lately.Papa, when he’s not acting like a giant cub himself, hibernates in his workshop making furniture—so Mama often the brunt of her children’s exasperating actions, breaking up petty quarrels and instilling life lessons along the way.Still, those bear kids could teach human siblings a thing or two abut the consequences of bratty behavior.But (even though he was never again allowed on the radio for falling behind with his homework; even though he was grounded from it forever), when he did his homework, he became a much better student.Papa Bear: [gets tired of his roaring in his Papa Bear voice as he continues his story about the cubs's greedy gimmies] Well, what do you think we could have done with all those strangers looking at us? [That means the cubs are not allowed to have TV nor treats for a week, a month, a year, or possibly a decade, a century, or even a millennium.And it may be forever since it's an entire millennium but that is Brother and Sister's punishment.]Papa Bear: [after he grounds Brother and Sister for one whole millennium from TV and treats] I am sorry about the unpleasant welcome.Brother and Sister have the bad case of the galloping greedy gimmies (but it is going to be that getting away with trouble is never going to be served the same way for our selfish greedy cubs again).[After Gran and Gramps tell the story about when Papa was a cub and got the gimmies like Brother and Sister.


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