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Yogi Bear (Character)
from "The Yogi Bear Show" (1961)

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Yogi Bear (2010)
Yogi Bear: What the heck was that?
Boo Boo: I have problems with potato salad.

Yogi Bear: Boo Boo, you've tried to stop my brilliant ideas with common sense a thousand times. Has it ever worked?
Boo Boo: No.
Yogi Bear: Then... let's go-go-go!

Yogi Bear: Just sit back and let Mother Nature carry us toward her own.
Boo Boo: I think Mother Nature is kind of cranky today.

Yogi Bear: It's because I'm smarter than the average bear.

Yogi Bear: I'm so smart that it hurts.

[as Yogi and Boo-Boo fall from the sky in their plane]
Yogi Bear: Hang on Boo Boo!
Boo Boo: What do we do now?
Yogi Bear: Did you check the safety manual?
Boo Boo: It's just a picture of us screaming!
[Both scream and flail their arms]
Yogi Bear: We have to deject, Boo-Boo!
Boo Boo: Don't you mean "EJECT"?
Yogi Bear: Eject is up, deject is
[Both fall]
Yogi Bear: doooooooown!

Yogi Bear: Kick it, Boo-Boo!
Boo Boo: Kicking it!
[turns on the radio to Baby Got Back]

Ranger Smith: Bears are supposed to avoid people, not run around stealing their food!
Yogi Bear: I agree, sir. That's why Boo-Boo and I would never disturb family pic-a-nics.

Ranger Smith: [to Rachel] Is he still filming?
Rachel: I needed more footage, so I told him to keep it rolling.
Ranger Smith: Then I can plug that into the video camera right up there. I just need a way to distract the guards.
Yogi Bear: I think we can take care of that.

Yogi Bear: They have donuts. DONUTS!
[Yogi has a fantasy of a giant donut]
Boo Boo: [Interrupting fantasy] Yogi, what're you doing?
Yogi Bear: [Determined] I'm going!
Boo Boo: No, Yogi! We promised the Ranger we would stay away.
Yogi Bear: You're right. I'm losing control, Boo-Boo. I don't know who's steering the ship!

Yogi Bear: I'm so smart it hurts.
Boo Boo: Uh, you're standing on the soldering iron.
Yogi Bear: OR IT'S THAT!

Boo Boo Runs Wild (1999) (TV)
Yogi Bear: [yawn] Huh? Wha? 12 o'clock? It's too soon for noon!

Yogi Bear: What do we do, Boo-Boo?

Yogi Bear: Boo-Boo?
Boo-Boo Bear: [after slowly snapping from hearing Ranger Smith's latest regulations] I can't take it anymore, Yogi! "Don't do this! Don't do that!" Anytime we want to do something fun, or natural, indecent... there's a new rule. And I'm plenty TIRED OF IT!"
Yogi Bear: Easy, Boob.
Boo-Boo Bear: NO EASY! NO EASY! I'm a bear, Yogi... not a man. I was born a bear, and I'm going back to my bear roots! I'll no longer dress in the man's attire! And I'll no longer speak in the man's tongue! From now on, it's going on all fours and grunting for me!

[Yogi discovers Boo-Boo and Cindy have had a degenerate tryst together. He trembles for a moment, and finally... ]
Yogi Bear: [to Cindy] HOME WRECKER!
[Boo-Boo bites Yogi]

Ranger John Smith: [on the phone] Hello.
The Chief: SMITH!
Ranger John Smith: Oh, hi, Chief! What's up?
The Chief: There's a rogue bear running amok! He's setting a bad example for the other animals!
Ranger John Smith: Y-yes, sir, I know. I was just considering options to alleviate the matter.
The Chief: OPTIONS? You will take the ONLY course of action in this matter! You know what the Rangers handbook says to do about bears!
Ranger John Smith: [sweating] Y-y-y-yes, sir.
The Chief: Then do it, NOW!
[hangs up]
Ranger John Smith: I'm sorry, Yogi. I'm afraid I'm going to have to do my duty.
[grabs a shotgun]
Yogi Bear: You can't do it, sir! Not to Boob!
Ranger John Smith: Out of my way, Yogi.

Ranger John Smith: [holds up his gun] I'm sorry, Yogi...
Yogi Bear: I can't let you do it, sir!
[grabs the gun barrel]
Ranger John Smith: Let go, Yogi! You think I want this any more than you? I hate this thing! I'm a RANGER, Yogi, first and foremost! Can you understand that? This isn't just for Boo-Boo's sake - what about all the other bears? What of them? What if they follow Boo-Boo's example? Are we going to let the forest go to ruin for the sake of one little bear we both love? Tell me to let the bears down!
[Yogi thinks]
Ranger John Smith: Oh, your own kind, Yogi!... Step aside, Yogi Bear. Let's be done with it.

Yogi Bear: [clubbing Ranger over the head] No hard feelings, sir, but this is for Boo Boo!
Ranger John Smith: Yogi, no!
[a fight starts]

[last lines]
Boo-Boo Bear: Has anyone seen my bowtie...?
Ranger John Smith, Yogi Bear: Boo Boo's back!

Hey There, It's Yogi Bear (1964)
Cindy Bear: It's the time for whispering sweet nothings in one's ear.
Yogi Bear: Now that I can oblige.
Cindy Bear: Oh, Yogi.
Yogi Bear: Nothing. Nothing, nothing, nothing. Nooothing. And because you're such a good kid, here's another nothing, for nothing.

Boo-Boo Bear: But Yogi, the Ranger's not going to like it.
Yogi Bear: What's not to like about Robin Hood? I'll steal from the rich and give to a poor bear: me. Stay here, Friar Boo-Boo.
[Yogi peeks through the window of a cafe]
Yogi Bear: A goodly bunch having lunch.
[He shoots an arrow through the window, spearing various items]
Yogi Bear: Shish-kaboob, Bob-Bob... I mean, shish kabob, Boo-Boo.
Boo-Boo Bear: What are you going to do with it, Yogi?
Yogi Bear: Down the hatch, but natch.

Yogi Bear: He's turning this park into a boot camp, with me getting the boot.

Yogi Bear: [On the Ranger's phone] Hello? Hello? Is this the White House?
Ranger John Smith: Yogi!
Yogi Bear: Hey, the President knows my name.

Ranger John Smith: [showing a "Do Not Feed The Bears" sign to Yogi] Read this sign.
Yogi Bear: [deliberately reading incorrectly] Uh, "No Smoking In The Forest"?
Ranger John Smith: You know what it says, Yogi, and it applies to *all* the bears, especially you!
Yogi Bear: Uh, yes, sir.

Yogi's First Christmas (1980) (TV)
Boo Boo: What're you doing, Yogi?
Yogi Bear: [climbing up the chimney] If Santa Claus can do this coming down, we can do it going up.

Yogi Bear: What's this? Trees grow inside in the winter?
Augie Doggie: That's a Christmas tree!
Yogi Bear: You mean I'm up in time for Christ-a-mis?

Yogi Bear: One chopped egg coming up choppity chop chop.

Yogi Bear: Now then students. These are called skis and we, uh, use them on this white stuff which is called snow.

"Yogi's Gang: Lotta Litter (#1.12)" (1973)
[first lines]
Yogi Bear: Hey-hey-hey-hey! Attention, crew! Has old Yogi Bear got news for you. This letter is from Ranger Smith back in Jellystone Park. He says that Jellystone is gonna be proclaimed the neatest park in the west.

"Grim & Evil: Bully Boogie/Here Thar Be Dwarves (#3.7)" (2004)
[the bears chase Billy into a cave]
Billy: [taunting from the cave] You dumb bears can't get me in here!
Yogi: He's right, Boo-Boo. We bears are terribly afraid of caves.
Boo-Boo: Why are we so lame, Yogi?

"The Flintstones: Swedish Visitors (#3.27)" (1963)
Yogi Bear: Now you see, Boo Boo, I'm smarter than the average Fred Flintstone, hey hey.

"Yogi's Gang: Mr. Hothead (#1.15)" (1973)
[last lines]
Yogi Bear: Another golden rule is: don't lose your cool.