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Recap / We Bare Bears S 1 E 13 Charlie

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A Bigfoot named Charlie spends a weekend at the bears' house, trying to hide from avid Bigfoot paparazzi.

Tropes:

  • Bad "Bad Acting": Panda indulges in a bit of this to convince the Bigfoot hunters that "Princess" is his girlfriend, but then it gets a little too real when he uses it to air his grievances with Charlie.
  • Butt-Monkey: Charlie turns Panda into one over the course of his visit, including taking his bed, using his pillow to unclog a toilet, and keeping him up with his endless questions.
  • Call-Back: Panda has a framed photo of them and Lucy.
  • Death Glare: Ice Bear to Charlie, repeatedly.
  • Disguised in Drag: Charlie poses as Panda's "girlfriend" to dissuade the cameramen and Bigfoot enthusiasts.
  • Rage Breaking Point: Panda's patience with Charlie quickly deteriorates as time goes on, with the bigfoot inviting in wild animals becoming the final straw and he demands him out.
  • Stepford Smiler: Grizzly tries to be nice and offer hospitality to Charlie even though he too is starting to feel uncomfortable by the latter's antics. At end of the episode after Charlie leaves, he tells his brothers to lock the door.
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: And for good reason, too, what with all the cameramen and Bigfoot enthusiasts swarming the bears' den.
  • Tranquil Fury: Panda and Ice Bear make it very clear they don't like Charlie staying with them. Ice Bear in particular seems very pissed Charlie tampered with his soup, but is calm about it.
  • The Unhug: Panda and Charlie share a rather awkward hug at the end of the episode.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: At dinnertime, Charlie tells a story about a guy who backed his truck off a cliff, complete with explosion sound effects. Panda quite rightly wants to know what happened to him, but Charlie doesn't know, nor seem to care.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Charlie does not like cameras, even smacking Panda's phone into his soup.

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Recap / We Bare Bears S 1 E 26 Charlie Ball

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The Bears invite Charlie to be on their basketball team after Panda gets hurt, but Charlie ruins the fun of the game when he gets a little too into it.

Tropes:

  • Acquired Situational Narcissism: Once Charlie gets the hang of playing basketball, he becomes a showboater and keeps hogging the ball from the bears.
  • Celebrity Star: The Bears' opposing team are voiced by NBA All-Stars Paul George, Kyrie Irving and Damian Lillard (whose character even wears a Blazers jersey). Co-owned channel TNT was airing the NBA All-Star Game on the week the episode premiered in the US.
  • Curse Cut Short: When Charlie pops out of the bushes, Panda starts to say "You scared the..." before Charlie covers his mouth.
  • Group Hug: Charlie gives a big one to the bears for saving him from having his picture taken, and for forgiving him for his poor sportsmanship.
  • I Am the Noun: When Grizzly kicks Charlie off their team for his poor sportsmanship, Charlie retorts "I am the team!"
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Charlie wears an ill-fitting bear costume to the game. At first he's unsure that it'll work, but the other players assume he' s just another bear. Later, Charlie plays for the other team wearing only a hooded sweatshirt with no pants, and he still doesn't get discovered until the hoodie comes off.

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Do-Gooder

Occupation

No information

Powers/Skills

Cryptid Physiology

Semi-Immortality
Vocal Mimicry

Hobby

Hang Out with the Bears

Enemies

Ralph (archenemy)

The wolves

Type of Hero

Anthropomorphic Animal, Gentle Giants

Charlieis a Bigfoot and the tritagonist of We Bare Bears. He is voiced by actor and comedian Jason Lee best known played as Earl Hickey, Dave Seville, and voiced of Underdog.

Episode Appearances

Season 1

  • "Charlie (episode)" (debut)
  • "Brother Up"
  • "Charlie and the Snake"
  • "Charlie Ball"

Season 2

  • "Chicken and Waffles"
  • "Captain Craboo (episode)" (cameo)
  • "Creature Mysteries"
  • "Christmas Parties"

Season 3

  • "Ralph"
  • "Charlie's Big Foot"
  • "Panda's Art"
  • "Private Lake"
  • "Ice Cave"
  • "Charlie's Halloween Thing"
  • "Hurricane Hal"

Season 4

  • "More Everyone's Tube"
  • "Rescue Ranger"
  • "El Oso"
  • "Charlie’s Halloween Thing 2"
  • "Cave Chaos"

= Movie

  • "We Bare Bears: The Movie"

Shorts

Appearance

Charlie is an anthropomorphic Bigfoot. His fur covers his entire body except for his hands and feet. Some of his fur forms a mustache above his mouth.

Personality

You know that one annoying friend who just can't get the hint? That's Charlie, and he's Bigfoot. The Bears meet him when Charlie signs up on a home-sharing website to spend a weekend with the Bears. Charlie is the worst possible house guest for the Bears and nearly destroys their house.

Charlie is a fabled creature. As such, many hunters and photographers seek to snap a photo of him. Because of this, many people end up disrupting his normal, everyday life, causing him to grow an incessant fear of people and anything that can or may appear to be able to take pictures. However, Charlie is very friendly, almost too friendly, to any animal he meets. In Charlie and the Snake, he attempts to befriend a deer and a raccoon, and even becomes friends with a snake. He is also so desperate to hang out with the Bears that he makes up a fake party for them to go to.

Relationships

Grizzly Bear

Grizzly seems most tolerant of Charlie as he's the only one who hasn't shown anger or yelled at him, though its made evident that Grizzly definitely isn't all about Charlie. As he was trying to be a friendly host in "Charlie", he didn't want to seem rude, so he tried his best to be as friendly as possible towards Charlie, though he is seen to be shocked and even annoyed as some things his house-guest did. Grizzly is also seen shoving Charlie over on his way to the large stack in order to assist Panda. In "Charlie Ball", Charlie show a little hostility towards Grizzly as he targeted him the most when shoving or injuring the opposing team during the basketball match. This may be because Charlie felt hurt when Grizzly told him he can't be on the team anymore after Panda's arm healed up.

Panda Bear

Panda has mixed feelings for Charlie, not enjoying his company too much whenever he comes around, though Charlie tries his best to make him and his brothers happy. In "Charlie", his behavior quickly gets on Panda's nerves, as he not only smacks his phone into a bowl of soup, but also forced Panda to sleep on a soggy pillow and was generally being inconsiderate, however they did reconcile before Charlie had to leave. In "Brother Up", Charlie helped inspire Panda to start acting like the big brother; the leader, after he accidentally scared away a pack of wolves. Charlie also threw the Bears a party in the wilderness in "Charlie and the Snake" to help show them how much he appreciates their friendship.

In "Chicken and Waffles", the two seem to grow closer after Panda has to ask him for help getting to the restaurant after he accidentally broke his contacts. Charlie does everything he can to try and get to Chicken and Waffles. After a dispute, the two attempt to go their separate ways when Panda gets into trouble. Charlie goes to save him, but the tables turn quickly. Panda reaches out to save Charlie. In the end, Panda, and his brothers, decide to eat with Charlie than at the restaurant.

Ice Bear

Charlie made a bad first impression to Ice Bear, as a majority of what Charlie did in "Charlie" aggravated him; from being overall disgusting and messy to ruining his dinner and making a mess of the cave, it's not surprising Ice Bear didn't like him very much. Both in "Brother Up" and "Charlie and the Snake", Ice Bear doesn't appear to be warming up to him as he still appears to be annoyed with Charlie's antics. In "Charlie Ball", however, it is shown that Ice Bear is starting to warm up to him, as shown when he allows Charlie to substitute for Panda in a game of basketball after he get injured and requests to play with Charlie against Grizzly and Panda since he wants to win.

Snake

Charlie and the snake are good friends. Charlie has shown he really cares for it, and was especially delighted when he was introduced to its family in "Charlie and the Snake". He had discovered the snake when he was about to head out to obtain food for the party he threw for the Bears, so he brought the snake along with him. After going through mishaps in trying to obtain food, they found themselves at the Bears' house, seeing if there's anything there, but to not avail. When they finally order pizza using Panda's phone, Charlie talks to the snake on the couch while they wait. The snake ends up eating some food sculptures Charlie had made for the Bears that morning, and this makes Charlie upset. He finally leaves with the pizza, the snake having left on his own, when he's found by some Big-foot hunters with cameras who then chase him. Just as his picture is about to be snapped, the snake comes in and scares off the hunters, reconciling with Charlie in the process. The snake finally introduces Charlie to its family before shedding its skin for him as a memento.

Powers and Abilities:

Semi-Immortality:

According to what it is known, in the episode where Ranger Tapes is determined to find Charlie, it is revealed that she had a flashback when she was just a child, she saw Charlie and chased him only to be cut-off, the last thing she saw before fainting was his appearance which the appearance is the exact same appearance of the Charlie in the present timeline of the We Bare Bears. This implies that Charlie can't age and will lived to an unknown amount of time presume to be centuries or eternity.

Vocal Mimicry:

In a episode of "Charlie’s Desert Adventure" it is seen that he can mimic the voices or sounds of different things be it animals, or objects (Charlie faked the sounds as gun shots to freak the whole desert bandits).

Trivia

  • Charlie makes a cameo in the opening while in the forest with the Bears while walking.
  • Charlie's design resembles the style of Dr. Seuss, and some elements of him resemble one of Dr. Seuss' character, the Lorax.

Zoology

  • A Bigfoot is a cryptid, an animal or plant whose existence has been suggested but has not been discovered or documented by the scientific community.
  • The Bigfoot is also known as a Sasquatch.
  • Other creatures similar to Bigfoot include Yeti, Yowie, and Skunk Ape.

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Nickname(s)

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Yowie
Tiny (Said only by Ralph)
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Charles, better known as Charlie, is a Bigfoot who is a recurring character in We Bare Bears. He is voiced by actor and comedian, Jason Lee.

Episode Appearances

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Movie

Shorts

Appearance

Charlie is an anthropomorphic Bigfoot. His fur covers his entire body except for his hands and feet. Some of his fur forms a mustache above his mouth. His fur color when he is dirty is usually olive-green. However in the episode Bubble when Charlie is cleaned up, he has tangerine orange fur with light yellow hair and blue eyes.

Personality

Charlie is characterized as loud and eccentric. He always stays positive throughout the day.

You know that one annoying friend who just can't get the hint? That's Charlie, and he's Bigfoot. The Bears meet him when Charlie signs up on a home-sharing website to spend a weekend with the Bears. Charlie is the worst possible house guest for the Bears and nearly destroys their house.

Charlie is a fabled creature. As such, many photographers seek to snap a photo of him. Because of this, many people end up disrupting his normal, everyday life, causing him to grow an incessant fear of humans and anything that can or may appear to be able to take pictures. However, Charlie is very friendly, to any animal he meets. In "Charlie and the Snake", he attempts to befriend a deer and a raccoon, and even becomes friends with a snake. He is also so desperate to hang out with the Bears that he makes up a fake party for them to go to as an excuse.

Though he can appear annoying at times, Charlie is friendly and generous to all. This is made more of an example in "Hurricane Hal" when he lets all the animals take shelter in his car with Panda during the storm. Either due to his loneliness or his overactive imagination, he names every animal individually and treats them with kindness as he does the Bears.

The Hunt

Being a big foot, Charlie has been much hunted, and it is possible that they are still hunting him so far. The main episodes that demonstrate this are: "Charlie and the Snake", "Rescue Ranger", and "Creature Mysteries".

Charlie and the Snake

No direct hunt was shown in this episode, but it could be said that there was an indirect hunt for Charlie. Since according to the host of the program Creatures of Mystery, thousands of dollars were offered in exchange for a clear picture of Charlie.

Creature Mysteries

In Creature Mysteries, Charlie's main hunter was Tabes, since she was determined to show the media and the government that the creature really existed. To achieve this feat, Tabes had spent years to get a full view of Charlie. And as she was able to complete Charlie's profile, she set traps throughout the forest with the bait: Charlie's favorite cheese snacks. And with his innocence, Charlie fell into Tabes's traps, but as the Bears were in his favor, Charlie managed to get rid of the Tabes hunt. After one of the traps failed, a huge fire arose above the cave of the bears. Thinking that Charlie was in the trap, Tabes went up to the fire, but when she encountered a big "nothing" in the trap, she found herself surrounded by fire. Seeing that situation, the bears tried to help her, but they could not do anything. Thus Tabes fainted from the lack of oxygen. Seeing that, Charlie puts his fear of humans aside and helps her out of the fire. After being convinced by the bears, Tabes then gives up on hunting Charlie and gives him his personal space out of gratitude.

Relationships

Grizzly Bear

Grizzly seems most tolerant of Charlie as he's the only one who hasn't shown anger or yelled at him, though its made evident that Grizzly definitely isn't all about Charlie. As he was trying to be a friendly host in "Charlie", he didn't want to seem rude, so he tried his best to be as friendly as possible towards Charlie, though he is seen to be shocked and even annoyed as some things his house-guest did. Grizzly is also seen shoving Charlie over on his way to the large stack in order to assist Panda. In "Charlie Ball", Charlie show a little hostility towards Grizzly as he targeted him the most when shoving or injuring the opposing team during the basketball match. This may be because Charlie felt hurt when Grizzly told him he can't be on the team anymore after Panda's arm healed up.

Panda Bear

Panda has mixed feelings for Charlie, not enjoying his company too much whenever he comes around, though Charlie tries his best to make him and his brothers happy. In "Charlie", his behavior quickly gets on Panda's nerves, as he not only smacks his phone into a bowl of soup, but also forced Panda to sleep on a soggy pillow and was generally being inconsiderate, however they did reconcile before Charlie had to leave. In "Brother Up", Charlie helped inspire Panda to start acting like the big brother; the leader, after he accidentally scared away a pack of wolves. Charlie also threw the Bears a party in the wilderness in "Charlie and the Snake" to help show them how much he appreciates their friendship.

In "Chicken and Waffles", the two seem to grow closer after Panda has to ask him for help getting to the restaurant after he accidentally broke his contacts. Charlie does everything he can to try and get to Chicken and Waffles. After a dispute, the two attempt to go their separate ways when Panda gets into trouble. Charlie goes to save him, but the tables turn quickly. Panda reaches out to save Charlie. In the end, Panda, and his brothers, decide to eat with Charlie than at the restaurant.

In "Panda's Art", two grow closer to each other and Panda begins to feel more comfortable around his presence.

Charlie will often instinctively reach out to hug Panda and, in "Panda's Art", he can be seen subconsciously snuggling with him after he snuck into Charlie's car home. He has complete, 100% trust in Panda and is never one to suspect him doing anything wrong.

Charlie and Panda's relationship is further developed in the episode Bubble as Panda is traumatized by a horror movie about germs. Panda is still shown to be disgusted by Charlie and backs away from him, only to roll toward a toxic waste dump. Despite what Panda did to him, Charlie still didn't hesitate to save Panda from getting trapped in the toxic waste. Charlie nearly drowned in the toxic waste, but was saved when Panda conquered his fear of germs and saved Charlie's life, still showing that Panda cares immensely for Charlie.

Ice Bear

Charlie made a bad first impression to Ice Bear, as a majority of what Charlie did in "Charlie" aggravated him; from being overall disgusting and messy to ruining his dinner and making a mess of the cave, it's not surprising Ice Bear didn't like him very much. Both in "Brother Up" and "Charlie and the Snake", Ice Bear doesn't appear to be warming up to him as he still appears to be annoyed with Charlie's antics. In "Charlie Ball", however, it is shown that Ice Bear is starting to warm up to him, as shown when he allows Charlie to substitute for Panda in a game of basketball after he get injured and requests to play with Charlie against Grizzly and Panda since he wants to win.

Snake

Charlie and the snake are good friends. Charlie has shown he really cares for it, and was especially delighted when he was introduced to its family in "Charlie and the Snake". He had discovered the snake when he was about to head out to obtain food for the party he threw for the Bears, so he brought the snake along with him. After going through mishaps in trying to obtain food, they found themselves at the Bears' house, seeing if there's anything there, but to nt avail. When they finally order pizza using Panda's phone, Charlie talks to the snake on the couch while they wait. The snake ends up eating some food sculptures Charlie had made for the Bears that morning, and this makes Charlie upset. He finally leaves with the pizza, the snake hdg left on his ow, when he's found by some Bi-foot hunters with cameras who then chase him. Just as his picture is about to be snapped, the snake comes in and scares off the hunters, reconciling with Charlie in the process. The snake finally introduces Charlie to its family before shedding its skin for him as a memento.

Ranger Tabes

At first, Tabes and Charlie start off badly because of Charlie being wary of her as a human, while Tabes wants to capture him and expose his existence to the world. In "Creature Mysteries", it is revealed that she first met him when she was a child and it's the reason for her hot-blooded determination. However, Charlie is willing to put his fear aside to save her when she nearly dies from the fire around the Bear's cave. Out of gratitude, she gives up on her lifelong search and finally finds him retreating into the forest. By the end of "Rescue Ranger", she officially becomes his first human friend after she returns the favor by saving him from a booby-trapper as Charlie grows out of his fear of her and Tabes clarifying that she doesn't want to capture him anymore, declaring to always protect him. Following "Tabes & Charlie", the episode focuses on their growing friendship while searching for Tabes's dog, Kirk. They work together with no problem and part ways with a hug.

Trivia

  • Charlie appears in the opening walking through forest with the Bears.
    • His walking posture was very reminiscent to the iconic picture taken of a "Bigfoot" back in the 1970s.
  • Charlie's design resembles the style of Dr. Seuss, and some elements of him resemble one of Dr. Seuss' character, the Lorax, especially when he is cleaned up in "Bubble".
  • Charlie is shown to have blue blood.
  • His favorite snack is Cheese Poofies.
  • Charlie's heartbeat/pulse is a parody of the Seinfield theme song.
  • Though he's afraid of being seen by humans, he still cares about their welfare as seen in "Creature Mysteries", "Ralph" and "El Oso".
  • Charlie is very old, possibly immortal, having been around since before 1913.
    • However this isn't fully confirmed, it could only imply that Sasquatches have a longer lifespan than humans, but grow at a fast rate. This could explain how Charlie has lived for so long.
  • Compared to the Bears and most human characters he's interacted with, Charlie seems to stand around 6.8-7.5ft in height; this likely seems to be case if one were to estimate the measuring scale in "Charlie's Big Foot".
  • Charlie's home is the forest. He does not have an exact home but in the episode "Panda's Art" he lives in a old car.

Zoology

  • A Bigfoot is a cryptid, an animal or plant whose existence has been suggested but has not been discovered or documented by the scientific community.
  • The Bigfoot is also commonly known as a Sasquatch.
  • Other creatures similar to Bigfoot include Yeti, Yowie, and Skunk Ape.
  • As Charlie's blood is blue, that means his blood is likely copper-based, meaning he is unique as all other mammals have iron-based blood.
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The American animated television seriesWe Bare Bears features a cast created by Daniel Chong. The series focuses on three bears who try to navigate the human world and make friends. The Bears are the loud and adventurous Grizz (voiced by Eric Edelstein), the kind, yet nervous Panda (voiced by Bobby Moynihan) and the quiet and mysterious Ice Bear (voiced by Demetri Martin). Despite their social ineptitude, they manage to meet a wide variety of characters recurring appearances on the show with some also making single appearances. Among them include the Korean American prodigy Chloe Park (voiced by Charlyne Yi), the selfish and angry Nom Nom (voiced by Patton Oswalt), the socially inept Bigfoot Charlie (voiced by Jason Lee) and the tough and determined Ranger Tabes (voiced by Cameron Esposito).

Main characters[edit]

Grizzly[edit]

Grizzly (nickname "Grizz") is a grizzly bear. The oldest and the de facto leader of the brothers, Grizz is a fun-loving bear who tends to get the others into wacky and uncharacteristic situations. Grizz is paradoxically highly sociable yet socially inept. Despite this, he is constantly wanting to meet new people and tries to befriend everyone he comes across. As a baby, he was rescued by a team of firemen who prevented him from falling off a tree-top during a storm (as such, he has a phobia of being in trees, which he states in “Paperboyz”). Afterward, he was adopted by a studio and starred in a Canadian sitcom called Family Troubles of which he was the star and known for his catchphrase "That's not what I ordered!" The show added a new character named Cousin Lorenzo whom Grizz immediately disliked. After winning in a race against him, Grizz suddenly realized that his fake family never offered true happiness or love and decided to leave the show to search for a family of his own, turning down fame and fortune in the process. It seems that he was younger than in most baby bear episodes in the flashback pictures in "Burrito." It was mentioned by Ice Bear that Grizz writes poems in English, as well as being a DJ and a beatboxer. He also created a series of cheesy homemade action movies with himself starring as Crowbar Jones. Despite Grizz's desire to be loved by everyone, he still puts his brothers first and foremost and can't bear to be separated from them. He has a strange love-hate relationship with Nom Nom, whom he looks up to due to his popularity, yet acknowledges that he can be mean and sometimes untrustworthy. He also has an odd relationship with Ranger Tabes who usually calls on him to assist her with the Poppy Rangers, most likely due to the fact that since he is a grizzly bear and in theory, it makes sense that he would know a lot about nature, though it has been shown that this is not the case. In the episode "Bunnies", Grizz is shown to be capable of speaking to other animals as most of them, who display self-awareness and occasional human behavior, aren't able to speak English.

Panda[edit]

Panda is a giant panda. He is the middle brother and is nicknamed Pan-Pan by Grizz. He is tender-hearted and easily becomes anxious or embarrassed. It is revealed in "Panda 2" that Panda once lived in a controlled panda enclosure near a fictionalized version of Shanghai, China. A stuffed panda plush doll was dropped into his enclosure by one of the staff who noticed his loneliness and Panda befriended it by giving it a personality, which is mainly Panda voicing his deeper inner thoughts through the doll. Panda used the doll as a method of convincing himself to look through a window on the wall of the observatory, something he has always been curious about but never attempted to actually see. After using the doll to prop himself up, he finds a television set and becomes entranced by the moving pictures, and Anime, which is most likely how Panda came to appreciate it later in his life. In an effort to show his "friend" the Television, Panda escapes the Habitat through a food chute but after being discovered he jumps out the window of the laboratory and hides in a bamboo delivery truck, which brings him into downtown Shanghai. Panda has a lot less self-confidence than his brothers. He is good with technology and uses that skill on online social media and dating sites, with which he finds little to no success. He is also the one who "falls in love" the most quickly. Often several times to court several human girls, most notably Lucy the produce girl who has platonic feelings for him. Panda also owns a security pillow in the form of Miki-Chan, a pillow with a picture of an anime schoolgirl (or dakimakura) on it who he pretends to be his actual girlfriend. He is the most creative of the brothers, having written songs in "Everyone's Tube", and undoubtedly the "cutest" as settled in "Panda's Sneeze." Panda is an ovo-vegetarian and has severe allergies to peanuts and cats. It has been revealed that Panda likes Anime and enjoys other things related to Japanese culture. He can be seen eating Ramen in multiple episodes with his brothers, and in "Hibernation" he is seen eating a snack similar to Pocky. Panda also attends community college where he takes up a course in painting as revealed in "Panda's Art."

Ice Bear[edit]

For the type of bear where the character is based from, see Polar bear.

Ice Bear is a polar bear. He is the youngest of the three brothers. Ice Bear is often rather stoic and rarely speaks. When he does, he speaks mostly in the third person and says his name first instead of I as shown in ¨The Audition¨. It is revealed in "Yuri and the Bear" that Ice Bear was raised by a Russian man named Yuri after his mother was suggested to have been killed by poachers. This is how he learned Russian, and because Yuri spoke exclusively in the third person, this is most likely how Ice Bear obtained the habit. He earned accommodation by doing chores, and Yuri taught him how to use the axe, cook, fix machinery, knit, play Uno with standard cards, as Ice ends up teaching Yuri calculus. He was cut adrift into the ocean when Yuri had to let him go to save him from the poachers, and the ice floated away from the mainland. He is multilingual, having been shown to speak Korean, French, Japanese (on "Losing Ice") and Russian fluently. Ice Bear also is able to speak to pigeons in the episode "Our Stuff." He is also a skilled chef, dancer, piano player, roboticist and engineer, charade player (on "My Clique"; it was revealed on "The Island" that he learned to speak very late, and originally used his charades skills to communicate), poet (which he writes in French), ice skater and a mixed martial artist (cited as Brazilian jiu-jitsu on "Chloe", but his skill set is closer to Taekwondo and judo with skills in Nunchaku, Shuriken and swords and ninja stars). In "I Am Ice Bear", he suffers a head injury and is able to speak properly. Ice Bear is the most composed of the brothers, always maintaining an "ice-cool attitude" in even the most awkward and embarrassing of situations. As seen in "Losing Ice" and "Coffee Cave", his brothers often take him for granted and are unappreciative of all the cooking and cleaning he does, although they eventually realize the error of their ways. Ice Bear sleeps in the refrigerator with a fire ax which he can use with either hand. Of the three bears, he has the closest relationship with Chloe, almost acting as a quiet big brother to her.

According to the episode "Road Trip", Ice Bear's height is 6’2” (1.88 m).

Recurring characters[edit]

Chloe Park[edit]

Chloe Park
First appearance"Chloe" (2015)
Last appearance"We Bare Bears: The Movie" (2020)
Created byMadeline Sharafian
Voiced byCharlyne Yi[4]
SpeciesHuman
GenderFemale

Chloe Park is an 8-year-old girl of Korean descent who first met and befriended the Bears while attempting to study them. A child prodigy, she attends college but doesn't have many friends other than the bears and has a hard time relating to her much older peers. In "My Clique," Chloe finally makes some friends with her college classmates, albeit with the help of the Bears. In the same episode, she is revealed to be bilingual. Chloe devotes most of her time to studying in the hopes of having a secure future and becomes stressed when it seems like she is on the verge of failing as evidenced in "The Library" and "Professor Lampwick". Despite fully knowing that the bears mean well, their antics sometimes stress her too. At one point she was nearly driven insane by the Bears when they got sick in the episode "Bear Flu" due to them asking for things. Nevertheless, she adores them and will often rely on them for help. She has shown to be involved with their misadventures such as in "The Demon" and "Road Trip". She also has an interesting connection with Ice Bear due to his quiet persona meshed with her more open personality as seen in "Chloe and Ice Bear". Of the three bears, she is most often seen with him.

Nom Nom[edit]

Nom Nom
First appearance"Viral Video" (2015)
Last appearance"We Bare Bears: The Movie" (2020)
Created byMadeline Sharafian
Voiced byPatton Oswalt[5]
SpeciesKoala
GenderMale

Nom Nom is a misanthropic self-centered koala. He is a famous internet star, known for his cute videos and the main antagonist during the two first seasons, starting a slow redemption from the third season onward. While he doesn't talk in any of his videos, Nom Nom often yells angrily towards everyone he comes in contact with, especially the bears. Grizzly imposes him enough to talk to him and admits that he liked his video, but Nom Nom is self-centered and more concerned with materialistic things, and is very selfish and lashes out at anyone who he doesn't like. One example being in "The Nom Nom Show" where he was unwilling to share the spotlight with the Bears, despite the positive reception they received. In "Viral Video," Nom Nom says that he does not want any friends because he finds them unimportant and too loud, and proves his point by kicking Grizz out of his limo. His temper is so short, he lashes out at anyone who even slightly annoys him. In "Anger Management", it's revealed that Grizz's hugs genuinely calm him to the point of making him optimistic and friendly. He has further shown a more tolerant side. In "Nom Nom's Entourage," he saves a picture of his time with the Bears and in "Kyle," opened his home to another koala who claimed to be his brother. In "Vacation", he finally admits that Grizz is the closest thing to a friend he has. In "Crowbar Jones: Origins", Nom Nom is shown to be more tolerant of Grizz though he still finds him a nuisance.

Charlie[edit]

Charlie
First appearance"Charlie" (2015)
Last appearance"We Bare Bears: The Movie" (2020)
Created byMadeline Sharafian
Tom Law
Voiced byJason Lee[6]
SpeciesBigfoot
GenderMale

Charlie is a friendly Bigfoot who wanders alone around the San Francisco woods until he meets the Bears in "Charlie," where they agree to let him live in their cave for a little while via a website called CaveShare. He is tall and has multiple joints across his body. While it is unknown how old he is, he is apparently more than a century old as he is shown living as far back as 1913 as seen in "El Oso". It is revealed that, due to his life of solitude, he is socially inept and doesn't know how to be a good friend. This results in him unintentionally causing havoc for the Bears whenever he hangs out with them. He is also constantly harassed by humans trying to get pictures of him, which results in him becoming afraid of them and of cameras. He has on more than one occasion befriended someone other than the Bears. In "El Oso", he made friends with the titular character and in "Rescue Ranger", and saves Tabes anonymously (he eventually lets her get to know him in "Charlie & Tabes" after getting her name wrong numerous times (Tubes, Tebs, etc.)). In "Hurricane Hal", his actual home is shown to be a broken-down car while in "Christmas Parties" he hosts a party in a giant tree he decorates to be a Christmas tree. In the episode "Charlie Ball," we see that Charlie is extremely skilled at ball-handling and that his height makes him perfect for basketball. In "Charlie's Big Foot," Charlie is revealed to have blue-colored blood, and in "Bubble", it is revealed that his natural fur is actually gold colored making him look handsome and majestic. He also sees Panda as his best friend and usually tries to show off new discoveries and his "decor" to him over the other two. Besides Panda, he also is friends with a common snake as seen in "Charlie and the Snake".

Ranger Tabes[edit]

Ranger Tabes
First appearance"Ranger Tabes" (2016)
Last appearance"We Bare Bears: The Movie" (2020)
Created byMadeline Sharafian
Kyler Spears
Voiced byCameron Esposito[6]
Full nameDana Tabes
SpeciesHuman
GenderFemale

Ranger Dana Tabes is a park ranger. She lives in a trailer-style mobile home located in the park where the Bears live. They first meet her in "Ranger Tabes" where she helps them locate a missing package. She is shown to be overly confident, persistent and even downright obsessive with wanting to help people. Her obsession is explored in "Creature Mysteries" where she tries to capture and prove Charlie's existence. In that same episode, it's revealed that her mother was also a park ranger and the one who inspired her to become one. Her obsession is also prominent in "Poppy Rangers" where she was willing to lead a team of girl scouts, called the Poppy Rangers, into a dangerous cave, against Grizzly's urging. Despite her quirky personality, the Bears consider her one of their closest friends and are shown to be dependent on her as seen in "Ranger Norm". Out of the three bears, Tabes seems to be with Grizz the most and usually has him around as an assistant to help in leading the Poppy Rangers. Based on how much she relies on him, they seem to have mutual respect for each for other. In "Ranger Games", it is revealed that she has a rival in the form of Ranger Zhao (voiced by Ming-Na Wen) who leads her own group of girl scouts called the Ivy Rangers. In "Bear Squad", Tabes is shown to possess deduction skills to the level of identifying animals and people by a limited amount of evidence. In the same episode, it is revealed that she is banned from doing any ranger work in the city. Over time, Tabes is shown to have calmed down a bit, though she still takes her job very seriously. She has even learned to be more surveillant with her duties and upon knowledge of Charlie's true existence has opted to watch and protect him from afar. By the end of "Rescue Ranger", she mildly becomes friends with Charlie and, like the Bears, decides to keep him a secret. Eventually, the two become good friends after he helps her finds her dog Kirk in "Tabes & Charlie".

Lucy[edit]

Lucy
First appearance"Panda's Date" (2015)
Last appearance"We Bare Bears: The Movie" (2020)
Created byMadeline Sharafian
Tom Law
Teresa Hsiao
Voiced byEllie Kemper[6]
SpeciesHuman
GenderFemale

Lucy is a friend to the Bears and runs a produce delivery service called Lucy's Produce. She first appears in "Panda's Date" where she saves Panda's life when he has an allergic reaction to peanut cookies, afterwards she takes an immediate liking to the Bears and their goofy personalities. Panda quickly (as usual) develops a crush on her, but she seems to be unaware of his feelings. She finally returns in season 3 episode, "Lucy's Brother" where it is revealed that she delivers fruit to the Bears every Friday. In that same episode, she is shown to have a younger brother named Clifford whom she cares for and worries over immensely. She is also shown to be a terrible dancer, something which Panda was nervous telling her about. Despite being oblivious to Panda's feelings for her, the two share a mutual friendship. In "The Limo", Lucy begins dating Kale (voiced by Omid Abtahi) which upsets Panda, but he ultimately sees that her happiness is what matters.

Minor characters[edit]

Pigeon Cartel[edit]

The Pigeon Cartel is composed of pigeons who are actually an underground illegal trading ring. They are the closest thing to arch-enemies the Bears have and first appeared in "Our Stuff". They stole the Bears' items, which included Grizz's wallet, Panda's cell phone and Ice Bear's ninja stars, along with a wide variety of other expensive and important items around the city. The Bears unintentionally landed in their hideout where the cartel or at least a subgroup of them were arrested. In "Pigeons", they are revealed to have a member in their ranks named Brenda whom Grizz ends up befriending. Brenda actually tricks Grizz into helping her free her gang from prison, or rather the pigeon coup inside the prison, she ultimately has a change of heart due to Grizz's kindness.

Chloe's Family[edit]

  • Mr. Park (voiced by Jinkoo Jeong) is Chloe's father. He was initially reserved about Chloe hanging out with the bears, but warms up to their presence in "Slumber Party". He is bilingual.
  • Mrs. Park (voiced by Niki Yang) is Chloe's mother. She is very supportive of Chloe's friendship with the bears as evidenced when she makes sandwiches for them in "Chloe and Ice Bear". She is bilingual.
  • Jon Park (voiced by Bert Youn) is Chloe's cousin. He appeared in "Christmas Parties" where is shown to be rather cocky and doesn't get along with Chloe very well. He has a habit of pranking her every chance he gets and always gets away with it.

Farmer[edit]

Farmer (voiced by Kyler Spears) is Nom Nom's personal bodyguard. He was initially known as Bodyguard #1 due to his primary task of protecting Nom Nom who in turn didn't think much of him. However, this all changed in the episode "Kyle" where it is shown that Farmer genuinely cares for Nom Nom's security when he suspected that the titular koala was trying to scam Nom Nom. After rescuing his employer, Nom Nom became more aware of him and asked for his real name, calling him Farmer from that point on.

Rangers[edit]

  • Kirk O’Brian Voiced by Christopher McGurrin is a dog that Tabes was given as a Christmas present by the Bears in "Christmas Parties". In "Lunch with Tabes," he is shown to be rather clever and mischievous. In "Tabes & Charlie", he is revealed to have fathered three pups with a wolf.
  • Ranger Martinez (voiced by Keith Ferguson) is Tabes' partner. He has been a park ranger since Tabes was a child and was initially her mother's partner. In his old age, he is always prone to sleep and is shown to be rather laid back. He is also very friendly with the Bears.
  • Poppy Rangers are the team of girl scouts that Ranger Tabes, and to a certain extent Grizz, lead in a variety of tasks and activities. Their ranks include Diaz (voiced by Marissa Soto), a "curious and witty" girl who aspires to be a biologist; Parker (voiced by Danity Harris), a "quiet and confidant" girl who aspires to be an aeronautical engineer; Murphy (voiced by Stella Balick-Karrer), a "cheerful and patient" girl who aspires to be a geologist; Nguyen (voiced by Audrey Huynh) another "quiet and confident" girl who aspires to be a principal dancer and Wallace (voiced by Cate Gragnani) an eye-patch wearing "fearless...born leader" who aspires to be a park ranger like Tabes. It is unknown whether Wallace has only injured her eye or lost it, only stating that "it was worth it". The girls unanimously trust Tabes' leadership and advice, but also adore Grizz whom they affectionately call 'Bear Guy', even though they are well aware of his flaws such as in "Ranger Games" and even admit that he is terrible at leading as seen in "Lord of the Poppies". In the former episode, their rivals, the Ivy Rangers, as well as Wallace's younger sister Chuck Wallace are introduced.

Clifford[edit]

Clifford (voiced by Hudson West) is Lucy's younger brother. He has many allergies and has trouble socializing with others. He constantly wanders off and is very shy. He starts to like Panda once he is considered a friend. He is also very defensive of his sister, seen as he is aware that many boys use him as an attempt to get close to her and gets mad at Panda for doing so. Fortunately, he and Panda reconcile and consider each other close friends.

Darrell[edit]

Darrell Saragosa (voiced by Mel Rodriguez) a 35-year-old man, is a friend to the Bears and owns a mousepad store called Super Rad Mousepads. He first appears in "Losing Ice" where he answers a want ad from Grizz and Panda asking for a replacement for the missing Ice Bear. He happily takes the job, despite the harsh conditions, and later makes them realize their error in taking Ice Bear for granted. He lives with his grandma, Emma, who apparently does most of his cooking. He returns in "Bear Lift" where the Bears help his fledgling business. It's also shown that in his youth his store was once booming and brought people together, but over time it began to wear away. By the end, the Bears help bring the store back due to its 'retro' appeal. In "Best Bears" Darrell marries Sofia (voiced by Brigitte Kali Canales), a hang gliding instructor and fashion designer who thinks that he and the Bears are cool.

Yana[edit]

Yana (voiced by Margarita Levieva) is a Russian woman with dark connections to Ice Bear. She is a strong woman with a sentimental side to her as well. She and Ice Bear have known each other for a long time and have been saving each other across the world in unexplained circumstances. Yana first appeared in "Icy Nights" where she briefly helped Ice Bear look for his Roomba. She returns in "Icy Nights II" where she is kidnapped by Barry, a tech genius who is after the Roomba. At the end of the episode, it's revealed that Yana's father is Yuri, the same man who raised Ice Bear. It's unknown whether Yuri is still in contact with her or knows that she's still alive.

Barry[edit]

Barry Charles (voiced by Kevin McHale) is a technical expert and Ice Bear's nemesis. He leads a gang of techies and is involved in illegal activities. His main goal is to steal Ice Bear's Roomba due to the technical specifications it possesses. The reason for doing this is so that he can earn the approval of his father, something that is a sore spot for him.

Marie[edit]

Marie (voiced by Edi Patterson) is a web show host that the Bears occasionally watch. She hosts the show Mornings with Marie off from the website Everyone's Tube. She tends to report on all the latest crazes and current things usually from the internet such as Nom Nom and Panda's sudden popularity like in "Panda's Sneeze". Marie also hosts the Cute-Off, a competition where two animals from viral videos participate.

The Bros[edit]

The Bros are the human doppelgangers to the Bears. They first appeared in "Panda's Friend". They fittingly display qualities similar to the actual bears, and also achieve things that the bears want.

  • Tom (voiced by Bert Youn) is Panda's counterpart. He is a small, presumably Asian, man, who wears glasses and typically wears a black hoodie with a white stripe going through it so as to resemble a panda. He, just like Panda, loves Korean dramas and anime and is apparently a 97% match to Panda according to an app. He becomes way too attached to Panda and kidnaps him from his home and moves him into his apartment. When he realizes how obsessive he has become, he leaves (or rather falls) and meets his two future roommates Griff and Isaac. He is much more stable with the two and in "Bro Brawl" implies that they are his only real family as well. In that same episode, he states that he has a girlfriend.
  • Griff (voiced by Eric Edelstein in "Panda's Friend" and later by Faruq Tauheed) is Grizz's counterpart. Griff is a "renegade" cop, later revealed to be a mall cop, who loves his job and is capable of helping people, as opposed to Grizz who has no job and, while helpful, is socially awkward. He is a well-built African-American man who usually wears a blue shirt. He seems to care a lot about his roommates and in his first appearance was nervous about losing his home for not meeting the roommate quota until Tom literally dropped in. In "The Mall", he is shown to be very friendly with Grizz.
  • Isaac (voiced by Demetri Martin) is Ice Bear's counterpart. Isaac is a "five-star chef" who, much like Ice Bear, is tall and quiet. He wears a white hoodie with the hood always over his head and his blonde bangs hanging out. When he speaks he follows Ice Bear's speech mannerisms by talking in the third person and in monotone. He sleeps in a walk-in closet, like how Ice Bear sleeps in a fridge and also seems to possess many outlandish abilities. In "Bro Brawl" he one ups Ice Bear in the cook-off when Ice mistakenly leaves a lock of hair in the dish he prepared. In "The Mall", he and Ice Bear seem to view each other as rivals, until at the end of the episode they have had to join forces to save Panda.

Captain Craboo[edit]

Captain Craboo is the Bears' pet crab whom they adopted in the episode "Emergency". He actually came from the supermarket which Grizz went to buy food and immediately fell in love with the crab. Unfortunately, it pinches onto Ice Bear's ear causing him great pain. Grizz and Panda eventually get Craboo off of Ice Bear and resort to giving him tiny mitts so that he doesn't pinch Ice Bear again. He returns in "Captain Craboo" where it is revealed that he has been gone for quite some time and that Ice Bear still has not forgiven him. However, the two later make up when the crab defends Ice and attacks Nom Nom, making Craboo a wanted fugitive. By the end of the episode, Craboo solemnly leaves the Bears when they release him into the ocean, with Ice Bear seeming to take his departure the hardest.

The Mailman[edit]

The Mailman (voiced by Keith Ferguson) is a friendly mailman that occasionally visits the Bears. He first appears in "Nom Nom" where he delivers a toy helicopter to the Bears. He falls into a pit where Ice Bear was trapped by Nom Nom. He shows that he doesn't mind the situation and also didn't seem to mind being left there. He returns in "Crowbar Jones" where he was invited to see the titular movie that Grizz had made. He was easily impressed by it and based on his reactions, simply wishes to have friends. In "Citizen Tabes," he was also impressed with Tabes' packaging to the point that he was willing to listen to her ramble about how she did it. In "I, Butler", he was interested in playing basketball with the bears even though he creepily appeared from behind their bushes.

Mad Scientist[edit]

Mad Scientist (voiced by Jason Mantzoukas) is an unnamed scientist who is constantly plotting against the government. He first appears in "Grizz Helps" where Grizz answers a want ad for someone to aid him in traveling back in time. He was going to use a chicken named Mark as a test subject and Grizz had to rescue him for its owner. The scientist reappeared in "Summer Love" with a pelican assistant named Gary and tried to use a body swapping machine on Panda. He revealed that he once had a girlfriend named Amelia who joined the space program, implying one of the reasons he kept conspiring against the government.

Ralph[edit]

Ralph (voiced by John DiMaggio) is a yeti who enjoys playing cruel pranks on humans and animals. He first appears in "Ralph" where Charlie befriends him due to being a creature just like him, despite the Bears gaining distrust of Ralph due to his mean nature. He ends up abandoning Charlie when the latter refuses to let a group of humans fall off a bridge as part of a prank, considering him a "snooze-fest". He appears again in "Ice Cave" where he takes over the Bears' cave and freezes its interior, ruling it like a king. He usually puts Charlie down due to his lanky body and pushover personality, but Charlie stands up to him and puts Ralph in his place.

Dr. Clark[edit]

Dr. Clark (voiced by Avery Kidd Waddell) is a medical nurse and Nom Nom's personal doctor. He first appeared in "Charlie's Big Foot" where he treated Charlie's foot after it broke. He is shown to have a very unusual bedside manner in that he has a very lethargic and slightly disinterested way of speaking. However, he is shown to take his job seriously and looked aghast at seeing Charlie's blood. He returned in "Vacation" where he acted as Nom Nom's personal doctor. His diagnosis was that he was stressed and prescribed that he take a vacation with Grizz acting as his coach. Once again, Dr. Clark delivered all of this in a lethargic disinterested attitude. In "Braces", he is revealed to also serve as a dentist and possesses numerous doctoral degrees.

Guest characters[edit]

Paul and Annie[edit]

Paul (voiced by Lou Ferrigno) and Annie (voiced by Grey Griffin) are a married couple that appeared in "Yard Sale". Annie is a woman who was first seen to be heavily pregnant. She sold a box of free things to the Bears at a yard sale she had set up. The things in question were large foam toy fists (which Grizz begins wearing only for them to get stuck to his paws), her husband Paul's phone (which Panda mistakenly takes and begins sending texts unknowingly to Annie) and a pregnancy workout DVD (which Ice Bear begins watching and using to work out). Paul, who resembles a large well-built man, jumps to conclusions at Panda using his phone to message his wife and threatens him, but becomes nervous and faints when Annie goes into labor. The Bears band together to get Annie and Paul to the hospital where she successfully gives birth to a baby boy that somehow manages to remove the fake hands off of Grizz.

Professor Lampwick[edit]

Professor Lampwick (voiced by Malcolm McDowell)[7] is Chloe's science professor at the university and he is introduced in his self-titled episode. Lampwick is a tall, lean older man with a sinister and stern personality. He has a notorious reputation for being a difficult professor who refuses second chances with his students. Chloe gets so intimidated by him that she fails her course causing her much grief. However, the Bears decide to kidnap him and bring him back to the cave in an effort to force him to give Chloe a second chance. Lampwick proves to be crafty as he turns the Bears against one another, forcing Chloe to step up and demand a second chance, which he grants. When Chloe passes, Lampwick reveals that he can untie his own bonds and has just been testing her, admitting that she is not the first student to "kidnap [him] over a grade." He briefly returns in "Hurricane Hal" where he is shown to have an omniscient presence as the narrator, capable of explaining exactly what each of the Bears is doing and apparently is aware of who Charlie is.

Andy Bangs[edit]

Andrew "Andy" Bangs (voiced by Bo Burnham)[8] is a child internet star and Nom Nom's main rival who appeared in "Nom Nom's Entourage". Andy's name is a pun on the fact that his videos consist mostly of him popping out of places and shouting "Bang!" and that he has dyedbangs. He takes great pleasure in humiliating and outsmarting Nom Nom using his trademark surprise gimmick. One thing he has over Nom Nom is the fact that he is constantly surrounded by his entourage, which Nom Nom lacks forcing him to hire the Bears. Nom eventually manages to get back at Andy by surprising him with his signature "Bang!".

Karla and Dave[edit]

Karla (voiced by Felicia Day) and Dave (voiced by Jake Johnson) are a pair of castaways that the baby Bears encounter in "The Island". The Bears are rescued from quicksand by Karla and Dave who have been shipwrecked on the island for some unspecified amount of time. All that is known is that they came separately. Karla mostly misses her sister whom she loves very much and forms a motherly bond with the baby Bears, while Dave displays a slightly disinterested attitude. It eventually becomes clear that Dave has been misleading Karla and the Bears and that he wants Karla to stay with him alone. The Bears rescue Karla from Dave and escape on an inflatable raft they found, leaving Dave all alone. Karla is rescued by a passing ship, but the Bears float on until they end up in Japan.

Yuri[edit]

Yuri (voiced by Darin De Paul)[9] is an old Russian man who lived out in the arctic as a hermitsurvivalist, until he met baby Ice Bear in the episode "Yuri and the Bear". A tall, large bearded man who much like Ice Bear, had a tendency to speak in the third person, Yuri lived in a life of solitude after losing his family to some unknown causes. He took Ice Bear under his wing and, after some initial reluctance to have him, taught him everything that he knew. They were confronted by a hunter, who is implied to have killed Ice Bear's family, and Yuri is forced to cut Ice Bear away from land to save him. In "Icy Nights II", it is revealed that Yuri is Yana's father.

Wyatt[edit]

Wyatt (voiced by Ron Funches)[10] is the overtly kind leader of a bike gang in "Road Trip". Wyatt is a random individual that Chloe and the Bears encounter while on their way to see a meteor shower. He displays a slightly lethargic, yet kind and joking attitude that gets him an invitation from Grizz, Panda and Chloe to hitch a ride with them as he claims to have lost his bike gang, much to Ice Bear’s annoyance. Eventually, Ice Bear manages to drive off without him, only to have the car run out of gas. Wyatt shows up with his gang and they offer to get them gas. Later on, he joins Chloe and the Bears in watching the meteor shower.

Warren and Faye[edit]

Warren (voiced by Robert Clotworthy) and Faye (voiced by Frances Conroy) are a friendly elderly couple who live in a RV in the woods somewhere near where the Bears live. They appear in the episode "Neighbors" and are depicted as an overtly kind couple who immediately take joy in conversing with the Bears. While Panda and Ice Bear find them pleasant, Grizz, having watched a docu-series on serial killers, finds them suspicious when he overhears them talking about him. That night, the bears see them chopping down wood with Grizz’s photo on it, which seems to confirm Grizz’s worst fears and the bears panic and plan to spy on the couple. They end up finding knives and other cutting instruments in the couple’s RV, along with a wall full of pictures of the bears. However, it is revealed that the two are woodcarving fanatics and simply want the Bears as models for their hobby. They forgive the Bears for their snooping after the bears agree to their request. Warren and Fay are named after Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway.

Esteller[edit]

Esteller or Estellar, as spelled in the credits, (voiced by Estelle) is a famous pop song singer who Panda and Tom are huge fans of. She appears in the episode "The Mall" where she arrives at the titular location to personally sign autographs for her fans, whom she affectionately refers to as her "starlings". Esteller is moved by Panda and Tom's willingness to let their limited-edition shirts be ruined to help others. She thanks them and gives them new signed shirts while politely berating the other fans who had cut in line and had chased Panda and Tom around by telling them, "Don't be jerks." Estelle sings the series' theme song and appears as herself in the episode "More Everyone's Tube," where she sings the full version of the song.

Charles Barkley[edit]

Charles Barkley as himself appears in the episode "Baby Bears Can't Jump". He is a famous basketball player that the bears admire when they find a basketball card about him.

T-Pain[edit]

T-Pain as himself appears in the episode "The Limo". He is a rapper. It is revealed that he watches Grizz's Crowbar Jones series. Panda is a fan of the rapper.

Monsta X[edit]

Monsta X as themselves appear in the episode "Panda's Birthday". The group comprises seven members: Shownu, Wonho, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Jooheon, and I.M. Panda is a fan of the K-pop group, but Grizz and Ice Bear are not, since they mixed up the group with another metal rock group called Monta S.

Agent Trout[edit]

Agent Trout (voiced by Marc Evan Jackson) is the main antagonist of We Bare Bears: The Movie. He is a highly corrupt agent of the National Wildlife Control who is obsessed with "maintaining the natural order".

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Joiner and Mitchell interchange voices.

References[edit]

  1. ^"Voice of Grizzly". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 19, 2017.
  2. ^"Voice of Panda". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 19, 2017.
  3. ^"Voice of Ice Bear". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 19, 2017.
  4. ^"Voice of Chloe". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 19, 2017.
  5. ^"Voice of Nom Nom". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 19, 2017.
  6. ^ abcGreenho, Caitlin (October 25, 2016). "'We Bare Bears' Gets 3rd Season at Cartoon Network". The Hollywood Reporter.
  7. ^"Voice of Professor Lampwick". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 22, 2017.
  8. ^"Voice of Andy Bangs". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 22, 2017.
  9. ^"Voice of Yuri". Behind the Voice Actors. Retrieved November 22, 2017.
  10. ^Schwarz, John (August 7, 2017). "Review: We Bare Bears "Road Trip"". Bubble Babbler. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
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