The song in this episode, "It Takes All Kinds," is Track 4 on the album Playhouse Disney, Vol. 2.
Bear: You know, Luna, it's really amazing how different we all can be.
Bear: And all the interesting things we can learn from one another.
Luna: That's true, Bear. There are as many types of creatures and ways of doing things as there are stars in the sky. And each one is beautiful in its own way.
Ojo: And sorry about that whole hide-and-go seek thing.
Ojo: We didn't know that that's how penguins slept.
Puck: Hide-and-go seek?
Treelo: We tell you later.
Ojo: You know, Bear, I don't think that I really understand Puck.
Tutter: Folks do things differently just about wherever you go. We learned that in school today.
Miss Maxwell: (singing) Imagine if everyone / Sang the same note / What kind of song would that be? / But it comes alive
Mice: But it comes alive / With a third and a five / Singing in harmony!
Miss Maxwell: You know, there's a word for all the wonderful differences between folks all around the world. It's called diversity.
Tutter: Have you ever noticed how we're all mice, but a lot of us have different colored fur?
Bear: I've never met a penguin before. Have you?
Jeremiah: Uh, mail, you said, huh.
Bear: Well, this is the post office, right?
Jeremiah: It is? ... Right, you are!
The kids of the Big Blue House play the song "I Only Have Ice for You" for Puck. The title of this song is a spoof on the classic lounge song "I Only Have Eyes for You," as performed by Frank Sinatra.