Oopsy Bear is a Care Bear who was first introduced as the titular character of the 2007 computer-animated film Care Bears: Oopsy Does It!. He has since appeared alongside the other bears in the toyline, and is one of the main characters of the 2007-2008 television series Adventures in Care-a-Lot.
Unique among all Care Bears, he does not have his own Belly badge and thus possesses no special powers of any kind, but he will often draw a yellow shooting star on his stomach with a marker. His fur is bright green.
Perpetually klutzy and accident-prone, Oopsy is constantly making mistakes, or "oopsies" (Glitches in the Herbrew dub), which continually effect himself and others. Not only that, but he is the only bear in Care-a-Lot to lack a Belly Badge, meaning he has no extraordinary abilities to speak of. While at first it may seem like poor Oopsy is doomed to spend his life in second place, his true potential begins to shine through as he overcomes his own disabilities, often putting forth more effort and dedication into solving problems as they arise. His unique and practical approaches have saved the day multiple times, especially in situations when the other bear's powers have been nullified in some way. He is often seen palling around with his robot friend Wingnut.
Oopsy's Belly Badges Doodles
Oopsy Bear is eager - eager to please, eager to help, and eager to get his own belly badge. So eager that he often draws one on his belly himself! Too bad he's always clumsy and bumbling... and always saying "Oopsie!" But make no mistake - Oopsy is 100% Care Bear at heart.
- Some plush toys of Oopsy have the Care Bears logo as his belly badge as he draws it on to his belly in the intro for Adventures In Care-A-Lot.
- In the original UK Broadcast Oopsy was voiced by Nathan Simpson (The singer of the UK version Theme Song "Ressha Sentai ToQger" and Actor of Bluster in the 2019 Unlock The Magic series)
In other languages:
German: Uupsibärchi ("Oopsy Bear")
Hebrew: דובי גליץ ("Glitch Bear")
Japanese: ウープシーベア (Ūpushī Bea)
Spanish: Revoltosito ("Disorderly Bear")