We Bare Bears (2015) s03e01 Episode Script

Grizzly The Movie

1 Da, da, da-ba-da, da, da ba-da-ba-da-ba Da, da, da-ba-da, da, da Let's go! We'll be there A wink and a smile and a great, old time Yeah, we'll be there Wherever we are, there's fun to be found We'll be there when you turn that corner We'll jump out the bush With a big bear hug and a smile We'll be there [Music.]
[Machine beeping.]
Hey, Grizz, let's get out of here, man.
I'm getting hungry.
Ice Bear wants to start cooking A.
Hold on, guys, still looking for a movie.
Oh, look! Ha.
They have "Justice Cop.
" - It's a pretty good collection.
- I don't know, man.
These are all pretty cheesy movies.
Yeah, that's why it's so good.
"Drop your weapon and surrender to justice! Hmph!" [Laughs.]
That was pretty good.
Do another one.
Director: Wait, what? W-What do you mean, we have no bear? You know production starts today.
We need a bear! How do How do we make a movie named "Grizzly" without a bear? This is [Hooting.]
Let me call you back.
- Beautiful! - Huh? Just beautiful! Love it! Ah, bravo, bravo.
Uh, is she clapping at us? Yeah, I'm clapping at you, Grizzly Bear.
Really dug your performance there.
- Do you like movies? - Uh, yeah, sure.
Well, guess what? I'm a movie director.
How would you like to be in a movie about a grizzly bear? What? Really? Ice Bear would like to be in cooking show.
Dude, I've heard of these scams before.
They dazzle you with all the sweet talk, [Whispers.]
and then they sell your personal info! [Scoffs.]
What are you talking about? - Here, take a look at this script.
- Oh, huh.
"Grizzly The Movie"? Holy moly! They're finally making a movie about how awesome grizzlies are! And I get to be the star? Uh, let me think about it.
I'm in! Cool.
All right, then.
This is gonna be your first step to becoming a worldwide superstar.
Yeah! [Grunts.]
- Ready to roll? - Wait, can my brothers come? Hi.
Mm, sure, as long as they don't get in the way.
Yeah! [Laughs.]
- Okay.
Let's go.
- Ice Bear is ready to roll.
- Action.
- All right.
[Car door shuts.]
This is amazing, Grizz.
Ice Bear is happy to see his brother blow up.
Ah, you haven't seen anything yet.
- Uh, sir? - Huh? - Read this and sign, please.
- Oh, okay.
Wait, Grizz, you should really read through it.
Hey, guys, check out our food table.
Did you guys eat yet? [Gasps.]
No, we haven't! Oh, I was starving! [Chuckles.]
Have as much as you want.
It's all yours.
What's going on, Grizz? You ready? Uh, yeah, I'm just trying to understand what this is.
You know, we're losing a lot of time here.
Remember, the earlier you sign, the quicker you become a worldwide superstar.
- Up to you.
- Hey-hey! Then I'll sign it right now, yo! Awesome.
All right, everyone! Let's roll! Okay, this is where you're gonna be.
Uh, hey, what's up, guys? I'm Grizz, you know, main character of the movie.
- Oh, shoot, I forgot my script.
- Oh, no need to worry about that.
You just need to hide behind this bush and scare these guys here.
- Pretty easy, huh? - Psh, totally.
- Okay, let's do this, then.
- Whoo! Ooh, hoo, hoo, hoo.
Scene number 17, Shot 1.
[Over PA.]
Ready? Action! [Insects chirping, wolf howls.]
[Owl hooting.]
Mm, well, what do you think? I think it looks good.
Let's set camp.
All right, cue the bear.
Boo! Ooh.
I'm scary! Whoo-oo-ooh! Cut! Okay, okay, that was great, Grizz, but I'm just curious why you yelled "boo" there.
I was trying to act like a ghost, 'cause ghosts are scary.
Was it too scary? Should I Should I try to pull it back? Yeah, but you don't need to act like a ghost.
I want to see how you would scare them.
Ah, gotcha.
Mm, mm.
Okay, more like me.
Got it.
Yeah, this place looks good to set camp.
Hey! Hey, you, get off my lawn! I'm an intimidating guy! I'm in a gang, and I'm sick of you Millennials trespassing on my property! - Cut! - Cool.
Is that a wrap? No, not quite there yet.
Uh, why don't we try something different, huh? [Eating noisily.]
Hey, let's go sit over there.
Hey, excuse me, out of the way, please.
- Hey, here are some boxes - Hey, out of the way! Ready? Action! [Beep.]
[Laughs evilly.]
Welcome to your doom! [Beep.]
Nyah, nyah, nyah! [Beep.]
Aah! Aaaah! Aah! You talkin' to me? Are you talking to me?! - One scary boss I am! - Ugh.
Cut! Huh? Did I get it? 'Cause 'Cause I-I can totally do another version if you need one.
- I mean, if you think that was perfect - Yeah, I think we can fix this in post.
Okay, cool, let's just try and focus on the next scene, yeah? - That was awesome, Grizz.
Whoo! - Out of the way! Okay, come on in.
Don't be shy.
Now, this next scene is pretty straightforward.
You are going to enter the cabin, approach Mr.
Ranger here, and then I need you to Hmm, how do I put it? Attack him! Really give him the bear treatment.
- You know what I mean? - [Laughing.]
Oh, yeah.
I think I know what you mean.
Let's get started.
Ready on set! Prep the lights! Sound's feeding? All right, Grizz, you got this.
And action! [Knock on door.]
[Tense music.]
Yah! Hah! Hyah! Cut! Cut, cut, cut, cut! What's happening? What is this? Was I kicking too much? Okay, I'm sorry.
I didn't know what kind of karate you were looking for, and also, I wasn't sure what belt level that guy was, - and I didn't want to overstep.
- No, no, no, no.
Why would I want you to do karate? I want you to maim him, maul him like a bear would.
Maul? But I don't do that stuff.
I mean like how a more typical bear would.
But my brothers are bears, too, and they aren't like that, either.
- Out of the way! - Sorry! - Make way.
- O-Okay.
Where should we go? - Move it! - Oh, for crying out loud.
Ma'am, there's always the other option.
- Andy's ready to go.
- That's it.
Make it happen.
Reset lighting! Prep for take two! Now, don't worry.
You just keep doing your thing.
- This is all gonna work out.
- Uh, okay.
Action! [Knock on door.]
And freeze! Bring in Andy! Andy? Whoa! Hey, i-is everything okay? I didn't get to try my Jiu Jitsu.
Don't worry.
It's all taken care of.
[Computer beeps.]
And action! [Bear roaring.]
[Ranger screaming, cloth tearing.]
[Bear continues roaring.]
No, please, not my leg! Oh, dear! No.
No, no, no! [Screams.]
- Whoa, is that you? - Cut! Cut! That was perfect! Just the level of scary we're going for.
You know what? Let's keep this energy going and jump straight ahead to the big finale.
Uh, excuse me, Miss Director, ma'am? This just doesn't feel right.
Portraying grizzlies like this is wrong.
Most grizzlies are really chill.
That may be, but this isn't a chill movie.
This is a scary movie.
Grizzlies are gonna be the next big thing everyone's afraid of.
Well, I won't stand for that.
I refuse to be a part of this.
- Hmm.
Okay, you're fired.
- Fired? Well, if I'm fired, I won't let you use my face for your movie, then.
Actually, you signed away your face rights here in your contract, so we can do whatever we want.
Now, if you don't mind, we have a film to make.
- Security will escort you out.
- Wha Hey! Okay, this is wrong, and you know it.
All right, we've got a finale to film! - Bring out the final set piece! - Don't do this! Grizzlies are nice.
This is a poor representation of my species.
All right, I'm going! We need to move quick.
I don't care if it's up to code.
Get this [Door slams.]
[Grumbling indistinctly.]
Don't let it get to you, man.
I mean, it's just a movie, you know? Oh, sure.
I mean, it starts as just a movie, but then people get sucked into that narrow point of view, and next thing you know, everyone's afraid of - Check it out.
- Whoa, that's gnarly.
Bears really are the scariest animal ever.
- Oh! Aah! - Aah! Aah! Um, what's their problem? See? It's not just affecting us, man.
This portrayal is affecting all bears, including you guys.
People are gonna watch this on their movie nights and think all bears are actually like this.
- It's coming down! - Whoa! Look out! - What's that sound? - Is that coming from the "Grizzly" set? Ice Bear senses impending code violations.
Man: Oh, no.
Oh, no.
Oh, my gosh! What do we do? - What do we do? - Whoa.
Oh, no! [Rumbling continues.]
- Aah! - Look out! - [Thud.]
Andy! - Aah! Help.
I'm stuck.
- Aah! - Oh, my gosh! What do we do? What do we do? What do we do? This place is falling apart.
We should do something.
Okay, I'm gonna get Andy.
You guys move everyone outside.
Ice Bear got this.
Whoa! Aah! [Grunting.]
- Look out below! - Out of the way! - Move.
- Move, move, move, move, move it! [Crying.]
Help me.
Don't worry, Andy.
I'm gonna get you down.
Hurry! - Ice Bear moved everyone.
- What about Grizz? Aah! [Crashing.]
Grizz! [Gasps.]
[Triumphant music.]
- Thank you for saving me.
- Don't mention it.
- Grizz, you're all right.
- Eh, nothing I couldn't handle.
[Cheers and applause.]
Yes! That was amazing! That's what audiences want action, heroism, bravery.
Look, I know we had our differences, what with the whole firing thing, but how would you like to make this film right? No more CGI, just Grizz the hero.
- What do you say? - Hmm - All right, I'll do it.
- All right.
Ranger to dispatch.
It's not a monster.
It's a friend.
Whoo-hoo-hoo! Yeah! [Laughs.]
That was amazing.
What'd you guys think? That was so much fun! Ice Bear appreciates they didn't force romantic subplot.
Thanks, you guys.
Well, I wonder how everyone else liked it.
Oh, no.
I guess it was a flop? Kid: Whoo-hoo! I loved it! Yeah, bears are awesome! Hey, this movie's PG-13.
Get out of here! Progress!
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