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Many of the shows most prevalent recurring guest-characters are present for the yard sale, including Otto and Etta Otter, Grandma Flutter, Harry and Mama Duck and Lois.
The characters exchange dollars and cents for their purchases in this episode. However, in the fourth-season episode "A Trip to the General Store," clams are used as Woodland Valley's official currency.
This episode features one song --- "A Million Nickels."
Doc Hogg's computer appears to only have two programs. Although no mention of it is made in the episode, it's probably quite likely that Doc Hogg has additional information and programs on that computer related to his medical practice. If so, they are likely simply stored under another username or partition that Doc Hogg has temporarily disabled.
Back in the "When I'm Older" song in "Mouse Party," Tutter expresses an ambition to someday use a computer. However in this episode, like Ojo, he has no idea what a computer is until Bear tells him.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about ways that they interact. These include playing video and computer games, sports or just talking with friends. Some of them have also used e-mail or visited websites.
This episode features two songs --- "Good Morning" (Track 6 on the album "Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House") and "The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha" (Track 3 on the same album.) Shortened versions of both songs are used, however.
At one point, Bear is looking for dirt, water and seeds to help solve a puzzle. He says "You know, these things would be a lot easier to find if we had a couple of guides to help us" and then Pip and Pop shows up. Oddly, when he says this, close-captioning reads "You know, these things would be a lot easier to find if we had a little blue dog to help us."
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about some big words that they know. Some claim not to know any, while others know many. Words mentioned include "airport," "something," "concentration," and "conversation."
Headlines in the edition Bear reads of the Woodland Valley Gazette include Mating Season Begins - Sparrows All A-Twitter, Bears Blissful as Berry Bushes Bloom, Snail Marathon Planned - Race to Last All Summer and Snake Wrestling Ends in a Tie.
This episode features two songs --- the shortened version of "Good Morning" and "Find the Words."
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo in the closing credits shouts "Later!" in Tutter's voice.
This episode features two songs --- "We're All Different" and "Bat Dance." "We're All Different" is Track 1 on the Playhouse Disney album and "Bat Dance" is Track 14 on the Bear's Holiday Celebration album.
There is no Shadow segment in this episode.
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo says "Thank You!" in a male voice.
Pip and Pop are absent from this episode.
This episode features two songs --- "Hello Doctor" and a shortened version of "Just Say Ow" from "The Big Blue Housecall."
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about visiting the doctor. One kid says he went because he was sick. Another talks about having a checkup, another got stitches and one had to take some medicine.
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo in the closing credits meows twice.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about things they like about the morning and eat for breakfast. Things they like include the sun, sleeping late and brushing teeth. Some favorite breakfast foods include bagels with cream cheese, cereal, pancakes, eggs and hash browns.