Long ago, there was a thriving civilization of small humanoid bears called Gummi Bears. Possessing powerful magic and advanced technology, this race coexisted with humans until the growing rivalry forced the Gummis to flee across the sea, leaving only a small caretaker colony to prepare for a possible return. However, generations passed and the colony forgot their purpose even as human knowledge of the race faded into mere legend. All that changes when the colony meets a boy with a Gummi Bear medallion which unlocks the Great Book of Gummi which reveals lost knowledge of their past. Now the colony has dedicated themselves to the new goal to rediscover their heritage with the help of a few trusted humans while preventing new enemies like Duke Igthorn from exploiting that heritage to their own ends. Gummi Bears was part of what many consider Disney's "Golden Age".
Sunni enters a costume contest in Dunwyn during folly day.
Gruffi won't admit that Zummi is his best friend until Gruffi mistakes Gusto's lifelike sculpture of Zummi for the real thing.Watch Now:Amazon
Sunni looses a Great Gummi quilt that has magic. Lady Bane finds the quilt and trys to use it to take over Dunwyn. When Sunni learns Lady Bane has it, she stops her and gets the quilt. Also Duke Igthorn appears in this episode still hopelessly in love with Lady Bane.
Igthorn traps Gregor in a magic egg so Calla and Gruffi go save him.
Tummi cleans up his act and learns faster is not better.
A depressed Sunni becomes Princess Calla when a magic hat changes her appearance, while the Princess decides to become a peasant.
The Ogres kidnap Grammi and take her to Castle Drekmore, where Duke Igthorn attempts to coax the recipe for Gummiberry juice from her.
Duke Igthorn sends a gargoyle to King Gregor with a note signed "The Gummi Bears". The gargoyle comes alive at night and starts to destroy things.
Gregor and Jean-Claude have a war summit while Sunni helps Calla make peace with princess Marrie.
Sunni finds a a creature that can change into many things. When she offers to let it stay, the creature invites her whole family to come live with them.
Grammi finds what seems to be a Gummi forced to work as a side show and takes him home to Gummi Glen, but Gruffi thinks there is something wrong with him. Are Gruffi's suspicions correct, or have they found another Gummi Bear?
Tummi fights a battle with his own self control when Duke Igthorn temps him with food.
Igthorn switches places with his twin brother to get conrol over Dunwyn Castle and become king.
Igthorn and Tummi switch bodies on Tummi's birthday.
Duke Igthorn catapults Toadie into the forest, where he makes his way into Gummi Glen. When Tummi, who has been caught eating the other bears' picnic lunches and lying about it, sees him, no one believes him when he tries to tell them.
The Gummis go to Ursalia and meet The Barbic Gummis. The Barbics are there to look for a weapon to destroy humans.
Gruffi learns it's ok to ask for help.Watch Now:Amazon
When a wild bear ravages the north part of Dunwyn, King Gregor and Sir Tuxford have to prove their boasts of hunting stories to Cavin.
Lady Bane is getting old so she takes a piece of Sunni's hair to make her young again which leaves Sunni old.
Trolls are on the loose again, and this time they've hijacked an ancient Gummi digging machine.
Sunni saves Toadie's life and teaches him about self respect.
Duke Igthorn gets a magic bagpipe that hypnotizes whoever hears its music.
Grammi is visited by a childhood friend, Nogum.
The Gummis discover a magic key belonging to a wizard of a different land, hidden by Igthorn. Thinking that the Gummis stole his key a showdown between Zummi and the wizard ensues.
When rules don't seem to have any effect, Cubbi learns an important lesson of life from Gusto by living with him for one day.