18 February 2017 | rudolphalwaysvoicedbytomboys
Everything's Okay Except For The Little Bear
I for one enjoy stuff that colorful, cutesy, and light-hearted. I would at times imagine them, and even draw pictures of them. While Goldie and Bear is also colorful, cutesy, and light- hearted, I can't say that I embrace the show. Before we get to that, let's have a brief overview.
In the original Goldilocks story, Goldilocks (a.k.a. Goldie) intrudes the bears' home, eats their food, sat on their furniture, and slept on their beds. While she is sleeping, the bears return and confront her in bed. When she woke up and noticed their presence, she frightenedly flees the house.
But in this show which has an alternate storyline, the bears forgave and befriended Goldie. The young bear went on to become her best friend.
Besides featuring Goldie and the three bears, characters from various fairy tales (such as The Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood) are added to the cast.
Yes, the show is a great package of color, cuteness, and light-heartedness. There's even some music sequences. But again, I can't say that I embrace it. I wonder why? Perhaps the one flaw lies in the young bear. The things that fly from his mouth to touch the ears of the viewers, it should be done by someone from the blue zone, not the pink zone.