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In [[episode 3906]], Papa Bear invented a perpetual porridge machine.
 
In [[episode 3906]], Papa Bear invented a perpetual porridge machine.
   
He is an old friend of [[Boston Pops]] conductor [[Keith Lockhart]].
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He is an old friend of [[Boston Pops]] conductor [[Keith Lockhart]].
   
 
According to ''[[Elmo's World: Happy Holidays]]'', Papa Bear and his family are Jewish.
 
According to ''[[Elmo's World: Happy Holidays]]'', Papa Bear and his family are Jewish.
 
[[Grandmama Bear]] would be Papa Bear's mother and his father would have died of natural causes soon after he grew up and before he married Mama Bear.
 
 
And he would have a younger brother and sister who would be twins. They will later get married together in a Jewish wedding by the Bears' rabbi Solomon Bearinski, as known, the law that forbids siblings and cousins does not exist for bears and monsters in the world of Sesame Street.
 
   
 
==Book appearances==
 
==Book appearances==
 
 
*''[[Spring Fever]]'' (2001)
 
*''[[Spring Fever]]'' (2001)
 
* ''[[Good Night, Tucked in Tight]]'' (2007)
 
* ''[[Good Night, Tucked in Tight]]'' (2007)
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
 
*[[Mr. Bear]]
 
*[[Mr. Bear]]
   

Latest revision as of 13:05, February 25, 2012

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PapaBear

Papa Bear is one of the Three Bears, with Mama Bear and Baby Bear. A fourth member of the family was added with the birth of his new daughter, Curly Bear. Papa Bear works at the honey factory. [1]

Papa Bear first appeared in Season 22.

In episode 3906, Papa Bear invented a perpetual porridge machine.

He is an old friend of Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart.

According to Elmo's World: Happy Holidays, Papa Bear and his family are Jewish.

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  1. Episode 3881

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