The title of this episode is a play on the phrase "Boys will be boys".
The premise of this episode draws inspiration from the fairy tale The Story of the Three Bears, often referred to as Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The story was first composed as a narrative by British author and poet Robert Southey. The dynamic of the four central characters have changed several times over the course of it's publication. Southey's original story was that of three bear bachelors and an intrusive elderly woman who trespasses upon their home.
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