In the lead up to the online release of Where The Bears Are: Season 3, each weekend Star Observer will showcase episodes from Season 2. Here are episodes 1- 5.
Season 2 Episode 01
In the second season opener, the Bears attend a political fundraiser pool party for Reggie’s friend from college who is running for City Council where Nelson has a run in with Todd’s ex Ivan (Howard Skora), Wood hits it off with a hot party guest (George Unda), and Reggie clashes with a bitchy campaign aide
Season 2 Episode 02
After Reggie (Rick Copp) discovers his old college chum Elliot Butler (Michael Gans) lying on the floor, shot by an unknown intruder, the police want to take him in for questioning as a suspect. Meanwhile, Nelson is convinced he’s spotted Cyril (Scott Beauchemin) at the party despite the fact he was sent to prison months ago and Wood runs into his old crush Hairy Potter (Pete Cincinnato).
Season 2 Episode 03
After being cleared by Dectives Winters and Martinez in the murder of his friend Elliot Butler, Reggie (Rick Copp) vows to investigate the case starting with a vital clue he pocketed at the murder scene. Meanwhile, Todd (Ian Parks) moves in with the Bears.
Season 2 Episode 04
The Bears infiltrate the Faultline, a popular Silver Lake leather bar to track down Elliot Butler’s campaign aide Mo Kapoor (Ray Singh), who they are convinced is connected to his murder. Meanwhile, Reggie blows off a potential suitor (Mark Rowe), Wood tries to hide the fact he’s fooling around with both Detective Winters and Detective Martinez, and Todd (Ian Parks) intervenes when Nelson and Reggie are threatened by a couple of burly thugs named Bert and Ernie.
While following a lead to The Stockroom, a popular Silver Lake fetish shop, the Bears fall into the clutches of a wild-eyed dominatrix named Mistress Lena (special guest star Margaret Cho), who comes armed with an array of sex toys including an electric cattle prod, a spinning torture wheel and a vibrating dildo.
Season 2 Episode 05
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