See You Later is the fifty-second episode in the Masha and the Bear Series and the concluding episode of Season 2
If anyone suffers from Masha's wrath more than Bear , it's the three animals that are unfortunate enough to live with her ; Rosie , Mishka and the goat. They all anxiously wait for Masha's arrival and immediately hides when they think she'll come out. Masha does come out and goes over to Rosie. When Rosie politely declines her help , instead of Masha forcing Rosie to accept it , she goes off on her own merry way and walks through the forest. The three animals are shocked with Masha's behavior because originally , they would have been forced to play with Masha wherever they wanted to be or not. So for her to give in was new to them. She starts doing all sorts of questionable things , like denying a game of hockey (she loves hockey) and cleaning Bear's house (which she'd originally be trashing). Bear notices the change and starts getting worried due to the fact that this Masha wasn't the Masha he knows and (sort of) loves.He didn't even have time for Female Bear , he was that concerned. In fact , on passing Female Bear , Masha , instead of insulting Female Bear in some way , shape or form , she courtesys instead and shocks even Female Bear. When Bear checked her temperature earlier , she said she wanted to clean up and he thought 'THE MASHA I KNOW DESPISES CLEANING UP WITH A BURNING PASSION!!! MY HOUSE SHOULD BE IN TATTERS THANKS TO YOU , NOT LOOKING SPICK AND SPAN BECAUSE OF YOU!!!!!' So as a last resort , Bear takes Masha to the Wolves in the hope that they can figure out what's up. They say she's growing up. The next day , Masha talks with her distant cousin , Dasha about moving to the city and tells Bear she's leaving the next day , much to his despair. Despite all the trouble Masha puts Bear through , the trouble is what keeps Bear on his toes and it gives him something to do every day. And that was gonna be taken from him the next day. How will he say farewell to his lifelong best friend? And how will the forest inhabitants react to this (long waited for some , depressing for others) departure?