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 of tote bags take over their lives.
Charlie is a lone wolf 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
Panda is an avid e-dater, and when a lovely French woman matches with him and agrees to a video chat date, Panda and his brothers engineer the situation so Panda is able to show the best side of himself on the video chat, even if that side of him is completely exaggerated.
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.
On a day out with just Ice Bear, Chloe realizes 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.
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.
The Bears, being an urban bunch, hadn’t ever heard of the idea of hibernation until Grizz finds it in a book. Grizz then gets the idea to eat a ton and then just sleep to his heart’s content. But Grizz is so excited for hibernating… that he can’t fall asleep.