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Boog : [holds Elliot over a cliff]  Take a good look around, Elliot. What's missing?

Elliot : Wait, don't tell me, I know this one...

Boog : Timberline is missing!

Elliot : Oh, I was just going to say that.

Boog : My garage is missing. My breakfast, lunch and dinner are missing! My life is missing, and it's all... your... fault!

Elliot : What are you going to do?

[drops him into his hand] 


[realizes that he wasn't falling] 

Elliot : Ha ha! you're funny. I was like, "No way" and then I was like, "Uh-huh!" Ha ha ha ha!

[Boog throws him over his shoulder] 


Open Season (2006 film)

2006 computer-animated film directed by Roger Allers and Jill Culton

Open Season is a 2006 American computer-animatedcomedy film, directed by Roger Allers and Jill Culton from a screenplay by Steve Bencich, Ron J. Friedman, and Nat Mauldin. The film stars the voices of Martin Lawrence, Ashton Kutcher, Gary Sinise, Debra Messing, Billy Connolly, Jon Favreau, Georgia Engel, Jane Krakowski, Gordon Tootoosis, and Patrick Warburton. Its plot follows Boog, a domesticated grizzly bear who teams up with a one-antlered deer named Elliot and other woodland animals to defeat human hunters.

Open Season was produced by Sony Pictures Animation as its debut film, and was released to theaters by Columbia Pictures under Sony Pictures Releasing on September 29, 2006. It has also been released in the IMAX 3D format.[5] A video game for the film was released on multiple platforms.

Despite receiving mixed reviews from film critics, the film was positively welcomed from audiences and was a box office success, earning $200.8 million on an $85 million budget and was followed by three direct-to-video sequels: Open Season 2 (2008), Open Season 3 (2010), and Open Season: Scared Silly (2015).


In the small town of Timberline, a 900-pound (408 kg) grizzly bear named Boog enjoys a captive but luxurious existence and spends his days as the star attraction of the town's nature show, while at night living in the garage of park ranger Beth, who has raised Boog since he was a cub. One day, the cold-hearted hunting fanatic Shaw drives into Timberline with a one-antlered deer named Elliot strapped to the hood of his truck, who is unconscious after being hit by the truck. When Boog meets him, he discovers that he has memory loss, thinks he's lonely, and forgets about the accident. After he frees him, the deer follows Boog home, only to find Boog sleeping comfortably in the garage. To wake Boog up, Elliot throws rabbits at the window. He tells Boog to be "free" from his garage captivity and introduces him to a world of sweet temptations he has never known. When Boog becomes sick from eating too many candy bars, events quickly spiral out of control, as the two raid a convenience store. Elliot escapes before Boog is caught by a friend of Beth's, Sheriff Gordy. At the nature show, Elliot, being chased by Shaw, sees Boog and goes to him for help, but wanting nothing to do with him after their previous encounter, Boog tries to get rid of him. The audience sees and mistakes him for attacking Elliot and they go into panic.

Shaw attempts to shoot Boog and Elliot, but Beth sedates both animals with a tranquilizer gun just before Shaw fires his own gun. Shaw flees before Gordy can arrest him. Realizing that Boog is too threatening in the town, Beth relocates him and Elliot into the Timberline National Forest, only two days before open season starts, but they are relocated above the waterfalls, where they will be safe from the hunters. Since he lacks any outdoor survival skills, Boog reluctantly takes Elliot as his unstable guide to get him back home to Timberline to reunite with Beth, but in the woods, they quickly learn that animals can be extremely unwelcoming. Boog runs into a lot of forest animals who think he’s a loser, including skunks Maria and Rosie, ducks Serge and Deni, various unnamed panic-stricken rabbits, the Scottish-accented squirrel McSquizzy and his loyal gang of fellow acorn-throwing squirrels, Beaver Reilley and his construction worker team, a porcupine named Buddy who is in search of a friend, and a herd of deer led by Ian and Giselle, whom Elliot is in love with and quickly remembers.

Eventually, Boog learns about self-reliance and Elliot gains self-confidence, and they start to become friends. The next day, it is revealed that Elliot has absolutely no idea where he and Boog are going and has been leading Boog in a big circle. After accidentally causing a flood at Reilly's dam, Boog and Elliot are confronted by Shaw; Boog rescues his toy bear, Dinkleman, before the current makes the doll float out of Boog's paw. They end up in a waterfall, which sends the animals falling down into the hunting grounds. After thinking Shaw is dead, at first all the animals are furious at Boog, but then he accuses Elliot of lying to him about knowing where Timberline is. Boog angrily storms off, but unwittingly ends up in Shaw's log cabin, where he is discovered by Shaw, who is revealed to have survived, while Boog manages to make a hasty escape before Shaw could get him when he ends up to the city road where Boog happens upon the glowing lights of Timberline. Instead of deserting the animals, Boog reconciles with Elliot and helps the animals defend themselves, while befriending them in the process, using supplies taken from an RV owned by a caring married couple named Bob and Bobbie, who are looking for Bigfoot, while their pet dachshund Mr. Weenie joins the forest animals.

The next day, Boog leads a revolution against the hunters, causing the hunters to retreat in defeat after McSquizzy blows up their trucks with a propane tank ignited by using an emergency flare. Shaw returns for a final showdown and seemingly kills Elliot by gun shot, prompting Boog to furiously confront Shaw and quickly overpower him by tying him up with his own gun. Boog accompanies Elliot, who survived and with his memory back but his remaining antler is broken off by the shot. The forest animals thank Boog for his help and then proceed to take out their vengeance on Shaw by smothering him with honey and pillow feathers and sending him fleeing into the woods. Beth later returns in a helicopter to take Boog back home. Realizing how the experience has changed him, Boog decides to stay in the forest with his new friends under Beth's blessing.

In a mid-credits scene, while crossing the street, Shaw suddenly gets struck by Bob and Bobbie, who humorously mistake him for Bigfoot and strap him on top of their trailer. Unable to escape, Shaw shouts. Camera zooms into his mouth and rest of credits appear.


  • Martin Lawrence as Boog, a 900 pound pampered grizzly bear.
  • Ashton Kutcher as Elliot, an awkward and mischievous but fast-talking mule deer who got his antler broken off after being hit by Shaw's truck. He is Boog's best friend.
  • Gary Sinise as Shaw, the nastiest hunter in Timberline and Beth's arch-rival.
  • Debra Messing as Beth, a park ranger who had raised Boog since he was a cub.
  • Billy Connolly as McSquizzy, a grumpy elderly western gray squirrel with a Scottish accent.[6]
  • Jon Favreau as Reilly, a diligent beaver.
  • Georgia Engel as Bobbie, a friendly but dim-witted woman who is Mr. Weenie's owner.
    • Bobbie's husband, Bob, is unvoiced.
  • Jane Krakowski as Giselle, a glamorous mule deer doe, a victim of Ian's stalking and Elliot's love interest .
  • Gordon Tootoosis as Gordy, Timberline's sheriff and Beth's friend.
  • Patrick Warburton as Ian, an intimidating mule deer stag and the alpha leader of his herd.
  • Cody Cameron as Mr. Weenie, Bob and Bobbie's domesticated German-accented dachshund.
  • Danny Mann as Serge, a French-accented mallard duck.
  • Maddie Taylor as Deni, a mute and insane but brave mallard duck and Serge's brother / Buddy, a blue North American porcupine who searches for friends.
  • Nika Futterman as Rosie, a striped skunk with a Mexican accent.
  • Michelle Murdocca as Maria, a striped skunk who is Rosie's identical twin.
  • Fergal Reilly as O'Toole, a redneck beaver and one of Reilly's men.


The ideas for Open Season came from cartoonist Steve Moore, who is known for his comic strip In the Bleachers.[7] Moore and producer John Carls submitted the story to Sony in June 2002, and the film immediately went into development.[8] On February 29, 2004, Sony Pictures Animation announced the beginning of the production on Open Season, its first CGI animated film.[9]

The film location was inspired by the towns of Sun Valley, Idaho and McCall, Idaho, and the Sawtooth National Forest. References to the Lawn Lake, Colorado, Dam flood, Longs Peak, and other points of interest in the area are depicted in the film.

The Sony animation team developed a digital tool called shapers that allowed the animators to reshape the character models into stronger poses and silhouettes and subtle distortions such as squash, stretch, and smears, typical of traditional, hand drawn animation.[10]

To choose the voice cast, Culton blindly listened to audition tapes, unknowingly picking Lawrence and Kutcher for the lead roles.[11] Their ability to improvise significantly contributed to the creative process. "They really became meshed with the characters", said Culton.[11] Until the film's premiere, Lawrence and Kutcher never met during production.[12]


Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 48% based on 101 reviews with an average rating of 5.4/10. The site's consensus reads: "Open Season is a clichéd palette of tired jokes and CGI animal shenanigans that have been seen multiple times this cinematic year.".[13] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 49 out of 100 based on 18 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[14] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A–" on an A+ to F scale.[15]

Kevin Smith gave the film a thumbs up during an appearance as a guest critic on Ebert and Roeper, saying: "If your kids like poop jokes as much as I do, Open Season will put a big smile on their faces". However, Richard Roeper gave the film a thumbs down, saying, "It's just okay, the animation is uninspired".[16]

Box office[edit]

Open Season opened number one with $23 million on its opening weekend. It grossed $88.6 million in the United States and $112.2 million in foreign countries, making $200.8 million worldwide.[4] The film was released in the United Kingdom on October 13, 2006, and opened at number three, behind The Departed and The Devil Wears Prada.[17]


The film was nominated for six Annie Awards, including Best Animated Feature (lost to Cars), Best Animated Effects, Best Character Design in a Feature Production, Best Production Design in a Feature Production, and Best Storyboarding in a Feature Production.[18]

Home media[edit]

Open Season was released on DVD, Blu-ray, and UMD Video on January 30, 2007.[19] It includes an animated short called Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run. The film was later released to 3D Blu-ray on November 16, 2010.[20]4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release date on TBA 2022.

Video game[edit]

Main article: Open Season (video game)

A video game based on the film was released on September 18, 2006, for PlayStation 2, Xbox, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Gamecube, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation Portable, and Microsoft Windows.[21] For Wii, it was released on November 19, 2006, together with the console's launch.[22]


The soundtrack includes an original film score by Ramin Djawadi and several original songs by Paul Westerberg, formerly of The Replacements. Rolling Stone gave the film's soundtrack three stars out of five, as did Allmusic.[23][24]

Open Season—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (10″ LP) includes two songs that did not appear on the soundtrack CD: an alternative version of "I Belong" and Paul Westerberg's own version of "Wild as I Wanna Be".[25]


Main article: Open Season (film series)

Open Season was followed by three direct-to-videosequels: Open Season 2 (2008), Open Season 3 (2010), and Open Season: Scared Silly (2015). A majority of the characters' voices were recast, with Michelle Murdocca (Maria) being the only cast member to appear in all sequels.


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  5. ^Ball, Ryan (October 4, 2006). "Open Season Bears Fruit in IMAX 3D". Animation Magazine. Retrieved March 28, 2012.
  6. ^Chang, Justin (September 28, 2006). "Review: 'Open Season'". Variety. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
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  9. ^"Sony Pictures Animation Begins Production on First Full-Length CGI Film 'Open Season' Starring Martin Lawrence, Ashton Kutcher and Debra Messing" (Press release). PR Newswire. February 29, 2004. Retrieved July 6, 2011.
  10. ^Sony Pictures Animation (October 6, 2006). "Open Season Diary: Animating the Animals". Animation World Network. Retrieved July 5, 2011.
  11. ^ abPamer, Melissa (September 10, 2006). "First-time animation director has a wild time". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 28, 2013.
  12. ^Murray, Rebecca. "Martin Lawrence Grins and 'Bears' It in "Open Season"". Retrieved August 29, 2011.
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  17. ^"Weekend box office 13th October 2006 - 15th October 2006". Retrieved March 10, 2017.
  18. ^"37th Annual Annie Nominations and Awards Recipients". The Annie Awards. Retrieved December 21, 2013.
  19. ^McCutcheon, David (January 4, 2007). "Open Season's DVD Hunt". IGN. Retrieved March 28, 2012.
  20. ^"'Open Season - 3D' Announced for Blu-ray 3D". High-Def Digest. September 20, 2010. Retrieved November 10, 2011.
  21. ^Black, Jared (September 18, 2006). "Ubisoft Declares Open Season on All Platforms". Video Game Generation. Archived from the original on January 2, 2014. Retrieved January 1, 2014.
  22. ^Seff, Micah (November 17, 2006). "Four Ubisoft Titles Ready for Wii Launch". IGN. Retrieved January 1, 2014.
  23. ^"Open Season featuring the songs of Paul Westerberg". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on October 23, 2006. Retrieved November 10, 2011.
  24. ^Thomas Erlewine, Stephen. "Open Season (Original Soundtrack) > Review". Allmusic. Macrovision. Retrieved August 16, 2009.
  25. ^"OPEN SEASON - ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK (10" LP)". MusicDirect. Retrieved October 30, 2011.
  26. ^"Open Season (Original Soundtrack) > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". Allmusic. Macrovision. Retrieved August 16, 2009.

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Background information
Films:Open Season
Open Season 2
Open Season 3
Open Season: Scared Silly
Species:Grizzly bear
Shorts:Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run
Games:Open Season: The Game
Open Season 2: The Game
Open Season 3: The Game
Voice:Martin Lawrence (Open Season, Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run)
Mike Epps (Open Season 2)
Matthew J. Munn (Open Season 3)
Chris Williams (Open Season: The Game)
Donny Lucas (Open Season: Scared Silly)
Other information
Alias:The Boogster, the Mighty Grizzly, Booger, Boogy, Uncle Boog (by Gisela and Giselita), Backpack Boy, Bear, Goldilocks (by Shaw), Mama's Bear (by Shaw)
Ursa (mate)
Mr. Weenie
Gisela (niece)
Giselita (niece)
Elvis (nephew)
Quote:"Don't mess with the Boogster!"
Fate:Stays in the Timberline National Forest with his best friends (Open Season)
Makes friends with the pets and goes to Elliot and Giselle's wedding, along with the others (Open Season 2)
Leaves the Maslova Family Circus, becomes Ursa's boyfriend, and goes on the guys' trip (Open Season 3)
Overcomes his fear of the Wailing Wampus Werewolf (Open Season: Scared Silly)
"Now let's go kick some hunter bahookey!"
―Boog to his best friends when the hunters invade the forest.[src]

Boog is the main protagonist of the Open Season franchise. He is Elliot's best friend, Ursa's boyfriend, Giselle's brother-in-law, Gisela, Giselita, and Elvis' adoptive uncle, and Beth's former pet.



In Open Season

Boog lives an ordinary, happy life in Timberline with his owner and adoptive mother Ranger Beth (who raised him since he was a cub) and his teddy bear Dinkleman. When he is driven out into town, he is often on the lookout for his nemesis Shaw and has a friendly relationship with Sheriff Gordy.

When Boog meets Elliot (who is strapped to the hood of Shaw's truck), he develops an intense dislike for him due to his annoying habits. After begging from Elliot to release him, Boog reluctantly unties him from Shaw's truck using one claw, which Shaw immediately notices. Boog then tells Elliot to scamper off into the woods and, as Beth drives off, calls Elliot a "little one-horned freak" under his breath.

Later that night, Elliot arrives at Boog's house and starts to throw jackrabbits at his garage window. Noticing Boog's bowl, he teases him by saying he is like a pet, to which Boog denies. Elliot then sneaks him out, bringing him to the Puni Mart, where they get intoxicated with sugar and throw a massive, chaotic party. Gordy and the police arrive afterward; while Elliot manages to escape, Boog is returned home, where Beth scolds Boog for running off and getting into sugar and sends him back to bed.

The next day, Boog is performing at his nature show when Elliot arrives and tries to hide as he is being chased by Shaw. However, Elliot ends up unintentionally ruining Boog's show and he tackles him outside to kill him out of anger. Shaw sees them and is about to shoot them when he is pushed by Gordy. Beth instead sedates Boog with a tranquilizer gun and then shoots Elliot in the butt. After failing to arrest Shaw (who made a quick escape), Gordy sits down with Beth and convinces her to take Boog and Elliot to the Timberline National Forest for 3 days before open season starts. Reluctantly, Beth complies and bids an unconscious Boog farewell before departing in her helicopter.

Waking up the next day, Boog first notices a flower and is enticed by it. However, when he notices other things, he suddenly freaks out and lets out a horrified scream, claiming that someone "stole" his home. Immediately, Boog blames Elliot for him being stuck in the forest. After throwing Elliot into the air and getting him stuck on the ground, Boog goes off to find his way home. He first comes across a huge tree, which he tries to claw down to make a new path, only for him to be pelted with acorns by McSquizzy and the Furry Tail Clan. Boog takes Elliot as his guide to help him get back home. However, after they end up going in circles and meeting the same animals, Boog realizes that Elliot lied to him and as a result, Boog leaves him in anger and disappointment. When Elliot asks Boog what he and the rest of the animals will do, Boog concludes that they are done. However, Boog eventually warms up to Elliot and becomes best friends with him.

After Boog boldly protects the forest and defeats Shaw and the hunters in battle (with help from his friends), Beth returns in her helicopter to bring Boog back home. However, she notices he has made new woodland friends. Proud of Boog, Beth decides to leave him in the Timberline National Forest (which Beth realizes is his true home) and gives him a hug goodbye before departing in her helicopter.

Boog enjoys his new life in the forest and accepts it, hanging out with Elliot and the other wilds as their leader and best friend. They celebrate by having a rabbit fight, which Boog joins in and gains the upper hand.

In Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run

Coming soon!

In Open Season 2

One spring morning, Boog attends Elliot and Giselle's wedding with the other wilds as Elliot's best man. He, along with the other wilds, are growing tired of Elliot's story about his giant antlers. Suddenly, he falls and his antlers crack off, revealing to be fake.

After Elliot witnesses Mr. Weenie being taken away by Bob and Bobbie, he tells Boog and the others about this, they make a rescue mission to retrieve him (with Boog noting that they did not give up when the hunters invaded the forest).

Eventually, when Elliot and Giselle get in an argument, Boog breaks it up and tells Giselle they have to stay together since they are partners. Upon hearing this, a shocked Elliot calls Boog a traitor for siding with Giselle and tells his girlfriend (whom he calls a "traitor-ette") to enjoy her "new-found partnership"; he then tells Boog he doesn't need him and that he can find Mr. Weenie himself, but ends up going in the wrong direction.

In the end, Elliot and Giselle get married and Boog is very happy for Elliot. When Elliot's antler cracks off at the end of "Close to You," Boog winces and says, "Ooh. That just ain't right."

In Open Season 3

One morning after hibernation, Boog plans an annual guys' trip to spend time with his male friends; but they are all busy spending time with their families, so the only one left is Elliot. Unfortunately, Giselle reminds Elliot to tell Boog he cannot go on the guys' trip due to Giselle visiting her mother.

An upset Boog goes to the Maslova Family Circus and tries to make new friends there.

When the wilds find out about his disappearance, they hatch a mission to rescue him before the circus returns to Russia. Boog doesn't want to leave Elliot or his girlfriend Ursa, so he allows her to live in the forest with them.

In Open Season: Scared Silly

Coming soon!


Coming soon!


Boog is a 900-pound grizzly bear. He has brown eyes and a black nose.


In Open Season

  • (Honks the horn of the car, waiting for Beth) Where is that girl?
  • Whew. That's nasty.
  • (To Elliot) Now haul your butt back out that window.
  • I ain't nobody's pet!
  • (To Elliot) Hello, idiot.
  • (When Gordy drives Boog back home and Boog sees Beth) Uh-oh! Back up quick before she sees me!
  • (To Dinkleman in his garage; drunk) What are you lookin' at? I told you not to wait up! (Does a tired growl)
  • Boog is sorry! (Cries)
  • (When Elliot is hiding backstage with Boog when Shaw is after him; after Shaw stops banging on the door) All right, he's gone. Now get out.
  • (To McSquizzy) You and what army? (McSquizzy whistles and the Furry Tail Clan appear and shout, "Oy!") Oh. That army.
  • (Eating animal crackers in the back of Gordy's car) Yeah! And the giraffes taste almost exactly like the elephants! That's messed up. (Trying to get comfortable) Hey, Gordy!
  • (Referring to Beth) No denyin'. That girl's got growl. But can she get down like this? (Starts to dance before hopping in the back of the car)
  • (Waking up in the Timberline National Forest, he sees a flower in front of him) Ooh... pretty. (Wakes up completely and realizes that he is in the forest)AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!(His scream echoes through the woods) Where's my home? It's gone! Somebody STOLE IT!
  • Stop messin' up my life! (Elliot: You needed to get out. You should thank me.) Thank you?! (Elliot: You're welcome, buddy.) Grr! Stop callin' me that! Now get out! (Points to the exit door)
  • (Trying to choke Elliot while hitting his head on the floor during his show) You're ruining my show!
  • (After being shot by Beth; before collapsing) Buttermilk... biscuits...
  • The woods is no place for a bear!
  • When I'm a bear rug, they can walk all over me. Until then, I ain't goin' down without a fight!
  • The Woo-Hoo bar. She's my lady. Smooth and creamy. So bad I shouldn't. Yet I will.
  • (Being caught by Sheriff Gordy while partying at night in the Puni Mart with Elliot) Behold... the Mighty... Grizzly! Good night. (Passes out, drunk)
  • (Sitting in the back of Gordy's car, singing "The Teddy Bears' Picnic" to himself, still drunk)If you go out in the woods today, there's gonna--(Hiccups)-Be some fries(Chuckles)
  • I look like a bear, I talk like a bear. But I can't fish, I can't climb a tree, I can't even go in the woods.
  • Timberline is missing! (Elliot: Oh, I was just gonna say that.) My garage is missing! My breakfast, lunch and dinner are missing! My life is missing! (Pointing at Elliot) And it's all... your... fault!
  • (Helium voice) Hello, Idiot! (Elliot: {Helium voice} That's Elliot!)
  • All right, fish! Give it up for Boog!
  • (Beth: {Pointing at Boog} You're in big trouble, mister!) Shh-shh-shh-shh-shh! (Passes out and hits his head on the ground) Ow!
  • (When Elliot offers him a fishy cracker) Uh... no, that's all right. I'll eat when I get home.
  • (Roars behind Beth, who then turns around and roars at him back, but with a more powerful one)
  • (Waiting for Beth {who has gone to confront Shaw} in the car) Where is that girl?
  • (After smelling Elliot, who appeared to be dead on Shaw's truck) Whew! That's nasty!
  • (After freeing Elliot from Shaw's truck) Go scamper off into the woods now, little buddy. (When Beth drives away) Little one-horned freak.
  • (Watching Wheel of Fortune on TV in his garage) Big money got to come! Come on!
  • (To Elliot) Now haul your butt back out that window. (Points at the window)
  • We ain't doin' no show!
  • (To Elliot, who said that he chipped a hoof) You chipped a-- chipped a-- (Now angry) I'm gonna kill you!
  • (About to hit Shaw with a golf club) Fore!
  • Behold, the Mighty Grizzly!

In Open Season 2

  • (When Elliot's horn falls off after the grand musical number) Ooh! That just ain't right.
  • (Breaking up the argument between Elliot and Giselle) Come on now! Simmer down, y'all!
  • We in the middle of nowhere!
  • (To Giselle) Giselle, we gotta stick together out here. We're partners, right?
  • (When the Pet Paradiso security guards prepare to shoot Boog) AAAAAAAHHH!! (He gets an umbrella and uses it as a shield during the fight)
  • (After the fight in Pet Paradiso) Hey Roberto, my main man! I appreciate the help out there!
  • (Elliot: Well, you were hibernating. And we were hangin'. Turns out we have a lot in common: We both like nuts.) YOU are nuts! (Mr. Weenie: Stop this insanity! Where are the others?) What?! They inside lookin' for you!
  • Enough about your new rack already, man.
  • Elliot, relax. Now let's get a move-on, man.
  • Now where's that Weenie?
  • (When Elliot gets married to Giselle and says that he loves her) That's my main man!
  • Look, man. We need Giselle. She's a great tracker. (McSquizzy: Yeah! And without her, we never would've found Weenie and that giant, tin-canned thing!)
  • (Elliot: Isn't this great, Boog?) What's great? (Elliot: Well, not great that Weenie's been kidnapped, but great that we're livin' life on the edge! It's just like old times! Two guys, out on the road!)
  • (When Elliot and Giselle begin to argue) Uh, you guys need a little space? Okay.
  • We didn't give up on them hunters when they invaded the forest! We can't give up on our friend Weenie! (Elliot: {Points at Boog} The Boogster's right!)
  • (When Elliot's horn cracks off and he falls off the cliff) Elliot! Don't look!
  • (Disguised as a sheepdog) This is not gonna work! (Elliot: {Disguised as an old lady} Don't doubt me, #2 friend. Trust the plan!)
  • Elliot! Weenie! Thank goodness you safe! (Elliot and Mr. Weenie both scream in terror; Boog holds them against his stomach) Shh! What are you doin'?! (Elliot: {Not recognizing Boog, who is disguised as a sheepdog} Who are you?!) What do ya mean? I'm your best friend! (Elliot: McSquizzy?) McSquizzy?! (Puts his hands on his hips) He doesn't even like you! (Elliot: Look, I'm not talkin' to some random, overweight sheepdog about my personal relationships!) It's me! (Moves the wig to show his eyes so Elliot can see it's him) Boog! (Elliot: Boog's fat. {Slaps Boog's belly} No way.) Elliot! (Elliot: Huh? Wow! It IS you! Did you lose weight?) When did you start thinkin' McSquizzy was yo' BFF?! (Rests his paws on his hips)
  • (McSquizzy: Oh, there's a great idea! A one-pound bag of crazy liftin' a 1200-pound bag of lazy!) What?! I'm 900 pounds! (McSquizzy: That's crap!) Oh, you think you so tough? (Starts to fight with McSquizzy)
  • (Giselle: Hey, guys. {To Boog} Room for one more?) For sure!

In Open Season 3

  • (When Maria asks him when he is going to fix up her and Rosie's habitat) Just as soon as I finish helpin' Reilly with the dam!
  • (To Reilly, who couldn't go on the guys' trip) Yeah. That's okay. It's cool. We'll think about you while we're makin' s'mores and talkin' trash!
  • It's like bearvana!
  • (Upon meeting Doug) WHOA! Another grizzly in the flesh! You don't know how long I've waited for this day! (Alistair appears behind Doug) Yo, you got some kinda thing growin' outta your neck. (Doug: I know. It's called Alistair.)
  • (Upon seeing Ursa, whom he falls in love with) She's here, too?! (Points at Ursa)
  • (Seeing a poster of the Maslova Family Circus) A place where no one lets you down!
  • (Doug: Here's what I'm gonna do for you: I'm gonna find a place where we can all be best friends together!) Really? You'd do that for me? (Doug: In a bear minute. We're grizzlies. We gotta stick out for each other.)
  • Whoo-hoo! One day to guys' trip!
  • (After a rabbit kisses Dinkleman) Dinkleman! I didn't know you were a girl!
  • (After Elliot says he cannot go on the guys' trip, Boog has left and went back to his cave and watches his friends from a distance; sighs sadly) I guess me and Elliot ain't as tight as I thought we were. (To Dinkleman) Hey, wait! You're not gonna cancel on me too, are ya? Us bears gotta stay together. (Chuckles) You know what I like about you, Dinkleman? You're always there when I need ya! And don't worry, we're gonna have a blast tomorrow! This'll be the best guys' trip ever! You'll see.
  • This is gonna be fun!
  • (Alistair: Ahh! I see you sweating in nervous anticipation!) What are you talkin' about? I'm not sweatin'! (Alistair: Yes you are! I see a little drop of moisture on your upper brow! Right there. Hello, little sweat!) Yeah, sweat. Right.
  • (Ursa: {Noticing Boog's fur} Why is fur dark?) Like I told you, I'm not Doug! I'm Boog!
  • I'm the only bear.
  • (Getting up out of his chair in his cart, disguised as Doug) Too much chocolate.
  • (He and his male friends are finally going on the guys' trip)Ian's not comin'? (Elliot: Eh, he's gonna join us later.)
  • (Before he and Ursa do a fist bump) Punch it in, baby bear!
  • Dinkleman! I didn't know you were a girl!

In Open Season: Scared Silly

  • Nightmare.
  • (After Elliot suggest taking a different route) Through Dead Bear Gulch?!
  • Hey, let's tell a scary story!


  • In Open Season 2, Boog was rumored to be voiced by Martin Lawrence again, but it was revealed that Mike Epps was chosen to voice him. The reason for this is unknown.
  • It was rumored that Epps would reprise his role as Boog in Open Season 3,[1] but it was revealed that Matthew J. Munn replaced him (as well as voicing Doug).
  • Boog is similar to Vincent from Over the Hedge (who had dark brown fur and was evil) in appearance, but he is good rather than evil.
  • A running gag throughout the series is that people think Boog weighs 1200 pounds, much to his chagrin.




I sprinkled her on her pussy, on her stomach, finished her to the chest, covering her thighs, pussy, stomach and breasts with. My sperm. In the end, I found the strength and crawled on my knees to the fucking whore, and she gladly licked my dick falling after such an orgy.

Boog open season

She became a real whore. I snuggled up to her. Im taller, and my penis pressed against her back, so I froze. She ordered me to turn, I felt her hand in my ass. With her finger she penetrated my asshole.

Open Season - The Mighty Grizzly Scene (9/10) - Movieclips

Legs, her breath caught. Mashka's hands reached out to his fly. Buttons. Who came up with the idea of making a fly with buttons.

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After briefly interrupting the passionate movements that so exciting and exciting the woman, the man slowly and carefully "left" her. Her entire crotch gleamed wetly, the juices of love oozed profusely from the half-open lips of the "tortured" vagina, irrigating the inner side of the thighs. Near the bosom.

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