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This episode features two songs --- "Opposites" and a shortened version of "Good Morning."
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo chirps like a bird.
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo makes kissing sounds.
This episode features 2 songs: "Thumbs Up!" and "That's My Name".
This episode features two songs, a shortened version of the "Good Morning" song and "Nothing to be Afraid Of." The full version of "Good Morning" is Track 6 on the album "Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House," while "Nothing to be Afraid Of" is Track 16 on the album "Bear's Holiday Celebration."
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about things that they were afraid of, but possibly aren't anymore. These include spiders, sharks, bad dreams, the dark and monsters.
This episode features four songs --- "The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha," "Take It Lower," "Dance Fever" and "The Grandma Mambo." "The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha" is Track 3 on the album Songs from Jim Henson's Bear in the Big Blue House and Track 2 on the album Bear in the Big Blue House Greatest Hits and "The Grandma Mambo" is Track 4 on the album More Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids do dancing. They do crazy dancing, twirling around, graaceful dancing and silly dancing.
There is no Shadow segment in this episode.
In "Summer Cooler," Tutter creates his own swimming club using the kitchen sink and remains inside on a summer day. In this episode, Bear and the kids finally manage to tempt him to go outside for a swim in the pond.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about their favorite kinds of weather and things they like to when there's certain kinds of weather. Some kids enjoy using umbrellas in the rain. Some like it to be sunny with the breeze. Others enjoy snow because they can make snow castles and snow angels.
There are two songs in this episode --- "Good Morning" and "Weather."
This episode features two songs --- "Keep at It" and "The Otter Hoop."
This episode features a brief segment in which real kids talk about some of the things they practice. Bear lets Ojo introduce the segment, since she's pretending to be a big bear. Some of the things that are practiced are basketball, cursive letters, times tables and one ambitious kid comments "I like to do everything."
Treelo appears at the end of the episode, flexing Bear's "everything-grabber" and saying "grabby grabby." During the closing credits, the dog in the Shadow Projects logo also says this in Treelo's voice.
This episode features one song, "Look What I Made," focused on Ojo and Treelo's everything machine.
This episode includes a segment in which real kids talk about things they'd like to invent. Ideas include an automatic soccer shooter (similar to a baseball shooter), something to make people fly, a robot that could clean a room and an airplane as big as a neighborhood.
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo in the closing credits makes a sort-of weak "mip mip" noise instead of barking.
This episode features three songs --- "Old Doc Hogg," "Everybody Say Ah" and "Just Say Ow." "Everybody Say Ah" is Track 10 on the album "Songs from Jim Henson's Bear in the Big Blue House."
This episode includes a brief segment in which real-kids talk about visiting the getting. Some reasons for visiting include getting stitches and having a check-up. They also talk about getting vaccination shot and getting a sticker after you're done, or maybe even a lollipop.