We Bare Bears is a comedy about three bear siblings. Each episode follows their awkward attempts at integrating with the human world in the San Francisco Bay Area, whether they're looking for food, trying to make human friends or scheming to become Internet famous. Whatever the situation, it's obvious that being a bear in the civilized, modern world is tough but at least they have each other!
Charlie (aka Bigfoot) is a solo guy who, like the Bears, would love to find a place for himself in the world. In an effort to do so, Charlie throws a party, but ends up going on an adventure with the unlikeliest of animals - a wild snake.
The Bears think they have what it takes to make and star in a viral video, but when Nom-Nom decides that they don’t, Grizz breaks into the koala’s limo in an effort to change his mind.
After the bears play a little pickup basketball (they’re very bad), they go back to grab their stuff by the side of the court, only to find it’s been stolen! The Bears race across town trying to track down their stuff, and end up cracking a giant case in the process.
Chloe spends time with the Bears in an effort to research them for an upcoming presentation. But when the Bears sneak a peek at her very dry report, the Bears decide to jazz it up with exaggerated “facts” about themselves and their lifestyle.
When a vendor at the Farmer’s Market (LUCY) sticks Panda with an epipen, reviving him after an allergic reaction, Panda comes to in the arms of his dream girl. Panda tries to woo this woman of his dreams, but his brothers and his own insecurities get in the way.
Grizz likes Burritos. A lot. So much so that after a restaurant makes a Bear-Sized Burrito, Grizz can’t bring himself to eat such a majestic work of art. He carries the burrito everywhere, making it a new and increasingly smelly part of his life.
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 houseguest for the Bears, and nearly destroys their house.
The Bears find a bedazzled jean jacket in a dumpster. It’s just about the coolest thing they’ve ever seen and seems to make the wearer of the jacket extremely lucky. But after the Bears fight over who gets control of the jacket, they have to consider that their denim blessing has become a curse.
The Bears open up a food truck after being disappointed by the food options available to them. In an effort to drum up business, they start selling their food to animals...until the animals go a little crazy.
Have the Bears lost their survival instincts by living in the modern world? Grizz wants to know, so he purposefully gets the Bears lost in the deep forest.
It’s a normal day for the Bears. This means that Ice gets in a fight with a Roomba, Panda’s life gets turned upside down when a mouse invades his room, and Grizz gets stuck in a tree. You know, everyday stuff for a bear.
When Nom Nom shows up on the Bears’ doorstep, disheveled and deposed from hisspot as cutest internet star ever after a recent meltdown, he enlists the Bears to help him regain his title.
This episode takes place when the Bears are young cubs! The three bears, on their way through the desert, come upon a giant warehouse - it’s like an Amazon fulfillment center. The Bears try to make this box-filled paradise their home.
The Bears are fed up with the decay of etiquette at today’s theatres. Aren’t you? The Bears take it upon themselves to be the police of the theater, sneaking up like ninjas to shush people who ruin the movie for others with their bad manners.
A Baby Bear episode, "Pet Shop" tells the tale of where the Baby Bears once lived, and after a run-in with a video crew shooting a Sarah McLachlan-type animal adoption video, almost seized an opportunity to find a home separated from each other.
Chloe, a child prodigy, finds it difficult to connect with her much older classmates. The Bears take her under their wing, showing her how to make great college friends.
When Grizz comes home with a live crab, he thinks it can become a pet for the brothers to share. However, after the crab pinches Ice Bear's ear and won't let go, Panda and Grizz have to get their injured brother to the hospital, and fast!
When the Bears' beloved laptop breaks, they finally have the need to do something they've never done before: get jobs. Working at a trendy cupcake shop, the Bears find that the working world is much tougher than they realized.
Panda bears have a very adorable (and violent!) sneeze, and our Panda is no exception. When a Vine video of his very cute sneeze goes viral, Panda becomes a “cute” sensation, which causes Nom Nom to try to fend off of this new challenger to his throne.
Panda becomes the alpha bear, and he and Grizz have to deal with the consequences of an emotional Panda being the leader of the three Bears.
When a hipster grocery store clerk shames the Bears for asking for plastic grocery bags, the Bears realize that eco-friendly tote bags are their way of gaining acceptance amongst the progressive people of the Bay Area. But in their effort to gain popularity, the Bears let the culture (and sheer number) of tote bags take over their lives.
Panda is a keen online dater, and when a lovely French woman matches with him and agrees to a video chat date, Panda wants to show the best side of himself.
On a day out with just Chloe and Ice Bear, she realizes that Ice Bear only runs errands for his brothers. Determined to show him a fun day in the city, Chloe promises to help Ice Bear have a good time- Even if it means staying in a museum after it closes.
The bears, being an urban bunch, hadn’t ever heard of the idea of hibernation until Chloe tells them about it. Grizz, loving the idea of eating a ton and then just sleeping to his heart’s content, goes for it with reckless abandon. But Grizz is so excited for hibernating... that he can’t fall asleep.
When the city tries to put a cell phone tower on top of the cave, the Bears must prove they have the right to live there to prevent the destruction of their home. In the process, we find how the Bears came to live in the cave in the first place.