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Everyone is familiar with the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," but there's never been a follow-up that lets people know what happened after Goldilocks found the porridge that was just right. "Goldie and Bear" fixes that by reuniting the girl with Bear as they begin a new, unexpected friendship. Along with their friends and neighbors -- who are all taken from popular storybook tales -- Goldie and Bear seek out fun and adventures, which include helping Jack and Jill get up that infamous hill and rescuing Humpty Dumpty after his great fall. While the episodes might be filled with fairy-tale characters, they provide valuable real-life lessons for children, including how to develop friendships.

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Mother Goose needs someone else to take care of when her flock flies away; Bear's old friend Billy Gruff comes to visit, but his rough and tough ways bother Bear.
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Fairy Godmother helps a lost horse find its owner; when Goldie and Bear invite Twigs out to play, Brix's feelings become hurt.
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When his brother comes to visit, Big Bad decides to impersonate his sibling to get free treats; Humpty's favorite mystery writer comes for dinner but goes missing during the meal.
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Bear tries to find a way to join a singing group while also going to the Buttercup Ball; Goldie uses magical shampoo to fix Bear's hair on Photo Day.
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When Big Bad's schemes threaten to ruin WinterChime Day, Goldie and Bear must leap into action to save the snowy holiday.
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Goldie and Bear agree to harvest Giant's tomatoes, but it turns out to be a giant-sized task; after a crystal ball predicts an injury in Bear's future, Goldie vows to keep him safe.
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Goldie and Bear find a magic lamp with a wish granting kid inside.
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When Papa Bear can't take the kids on a hike, Humpty steps in to lead the way; Goldie's cousin Mary Mary comes to visit.
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When Gnome's bunny isn't properly fed, it grows to an enormous size; Goldie, Bear, Humpty, and Red play a magical board game that takes them inside the game.
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When Beanstalk Jack can't play drums in Goldie and Bear's band, Big Bad Wolf steps in; then, Goldie uses Rosita's Do Over spell to make everything perfect for her Gramma May's visit.
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Goldie and Bear become detectives and look for a mystery to solve; Mrs. Locks comes back from a trip with stowaway sprites.
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Gnome's cousin Rumpelstiltskin visits for the Gnome family reunion; Goldie and Bear babysit Gnome's nephew Norm.

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