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This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about potty training and using the potty. One comments that he learned how at 2 years old while for another, it took somewhat longer.
This episode features three songs --- "Potty Chair," "Potty Potty" and "The Toileteers." "The Toileteers" is track 25 on the album "More Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House."
This episode is available on the video "Potty Time with Bear." This video was very well reviewed and you can learn more about it at http://www.muppetcentral.com/news/1999/082899.shtml
Tutter apparently does not feel the need to wash his hands after flushing the toilet. He washes his hands, but then realizes he forgot to flush. He does so, but does not wash again.
"What's the Story?" is loaded with Bear in the Big Blue House guest-characters, both frequent and rare in appearance. Doc Hogg, Otto and Etta, Grandma Flutter, Lois Jacques the Beaver, Big Old Bullfrog and Doc Owl all put in appearances at the Annual Woodland Valley Storytelling Festival.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids discuss some of their favorite stories. These include, The Grinch, Little Choo-Choo and The Giving Tree. One kid talks about how she enjoys reading to her little brother and another talks about reading five stories every night. Another says that he doesn't have any favorite stories at all.
This episode features one song --- "Once Upon a Time."
This episode includes a real-kids segment in which some kids talk about times when they cooperated with each other, or helped someone. They also talk about what cooperation is and why it's important.
This episode has one song --- "Get it Together."
This episode features two songs --- "What's That Smell?" and "At the Pond." "What's That Smell?" is Track 2 on the More Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House album.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids discuss some of the things that they do in a day. These include going to the playground, celebrating a birthday, playing games, practicing various sports and activities, and more.
In this special episode of the program, viewers get to see a lot of a character who is normally only seen at the end of each episode --- Luna. Luna also gets to perform in a song other than the "Goodbye Song." Ray is also seen at the very beginning of the episode. The closing credits for this episode include a special bonus featuring Bear and Ursa.
This episode features the song "Beauty of the Night," performed by Bear and Luna. The entire cast also performs the "Goodbye Song" at the end of the episode. This version of the song is Track 20 on the album "Bear's Holiday Celebration."
This episode includes a brief segment, introduced by Luna, in which real kids talk about things they do at night. These include playing on a swingset, catching lightning bugs, looking at the stars and the moon, putting on pajamas and reading a story.
This episode include a brief segment in whch real kids talk about things that they think about. These include happy thoughts, how to get better at school, growing up, parents and friends.
This episode features the song "Think About It." It also includes the "The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha," heard in many episodes.
This episode features a segment where real boys talk about things that they like to do. One says that he likes to run around and play tag, some say that they like getting dirty, others talk about playing sports and one says that he likes to bug his sister.
Featured Songs: This episode's featured songs are "Oh, Boy" and "The Greatest Tutter." "Oh, Boy" is Track 21 on the original Songs from Jim Henson's Bear in the Big Blue House album release.
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo makes a "boing boing" sound.
This episode contains a segment where real girls talk about what things they think are the best thing about being a girl. These include playing dress up, having a lot of friends, helping Daddy fix the truck, running, basketball and football, dancing and wearing the best dresses and shoes.