|"Adventures of Yogi Bear"|
|Game||Adventures of Yogi Bear|
|Description||This is a good day for a refresh can of Sammy Soda|
|Release Date||March 5th, 2015|
|Link||Adventures of Yogi Bear - Game Grumps|
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Danny educates Arin on the origin of Yogi Bear's name: Danny tells him that Yogi got his name from famous baseball player Yogi Berra, while Arin just assumed it was a coincidence. Arin compares Yogi Bear to someone creating a new cartoon character named Sammy Soda.
Danny mentions how similar Yogi Bear is to Art Carney's character in The Honeymooners, and he and Arin balk at how The Honeymooners could make a running joke out of implied domestic abuse.
Arin brings up Sit and be Fit, PBS' exercise program, where one episode featured an exercise routine based on flexing an index finger. Danny claims to have preferred Huckleberry Hound to Yogi Bear, and mentions an urban legend about Huckleberry Hound being gay that started as a joke on Family Guy.
Arin briefly mentions the live-action/CGI Yogi Bear movie, which Danny compares to the Garfield movie starring Bill Murray. Arin explains that the reason Bill Murray played Garfield was because the same actor, Lorenzo Music, voiced Murray's character Peter Venkman in the animated adaptation The Real Ghostbusters as well as Garfield in Garfield and Friends, so he was cast for the movie to 'close the loop'.
Danny describes the game as Super Stars Wars disguised as a happy kid's game, due to its difficulty.
- While Arin's story about Bill Murray is technically true, in reality Murray accepted the role thinking the movie was written by the Coen brothers, when the script was actually written by Joel Cohen.
- Surprisingly, the gay Huckleberry Hound joke actually originated with The Simpsons, not Family Guy.