A comedy mystery web-series that follows the exploits of three gay bear roommates living together in Los Angeles, as they attempt to solve the murder of a party guest that turned up dead in their bathtub.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 10 minutes
Where the Bears Are - List of We Bare Bears characters - Netflix
The American animated television series We Bare Bears features a cast created by Daniel Chong. The series focuses on three bears who try to navigate the human world and make friends. The Bears are the loud and adventurous Grizz (voiced by Eric Edelstein), the kind, yet nervous Panda (voiced by Bobby Moynihan) and the quiet and mysterious Ice Bear (voiced by Demetri Martin). Despite their social ineptitude, they manage to meet a wide variety of characters who make recurring appearances on the show with some also making single appearances. Among them include the Korean American prodigy Chloe Park (voiced by Charlyne Yi), the selfish and angry Nom Nom (voiced by Patton Oswalt), the socially inept Bigfoot Charlie (voiced by Jason Lee) and the tough and determined Ranger Tabes (voiced by Cameron Esposito).
Where the Bears Are - Professor Lampwick - Netflix
Professor Lampwick (voiced by Malcolm McDowell) is Chloe's science professor at the university and he appeared in his self-titled episode. Lampwick is a tall, lean older man with a sinister and stern personality. He has a notorious reputation for being a difficult professor who refuses second chances with his students. Chloe gets so intimidated by him that she fails her course causing her much grief. However, the Bears decide to kidnap him and bring him back to the cave in an effort to force him to give Chloe a second chance. Lampwick proves to be crafty as he turns the Bears against one another forcing Chloe to step up and demand a second chance which he grants. When Chloe passes, Lampwick reveals that he untied his own bonds and was just testing her admitting that she wasn't the first student to “kidnap [him] over a grade.” He briefly returns in “Hurricane Hal” where he is shown to have an omniscient presence as he was capable of explaining exactly what each of the Bears were doing and apparently is aware of who Charlie is.
Where the Bears Are - References - Netflix