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This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about some of the things they've drawn pictures of. These include a lion, flowers and a heart with the words "I love you" in it.
This episode features one song, "Picture This." It is Track 19 on the album "More Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House."
In addition to the "Happy, Happy Birthday" song, this episode also includes two tunes heard in past episodes as well --- "Everybody in the Tub" and "The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha." In the closing credits, "Happy, Happy Birthday" appears by that title --- it was listed in the closing credits of "Mouse Party" as "The Birthday Song."
This episode contains many references to "Mouse Party" from the first season. It features the same basic idea of giving someone a surprise party. The characters generally fall into the same party-preparation roles they had in that episode. Tutter, joining in on the preparations this time, prepares a four-cheese cheesecake (the same type of cake he had at his party) with the aid of the book Cooking with Cheese. He was seen reading from this book in the "When I'm Older" song in "Mouse Party." Pip and Pop once again get tangled up in the decorations. Finally, the kids perform for Bear the "Happy, Happy Birthday" song that was heard in "Mouse Party."
This episode features a shortened version of "What's in the Mail Today?" as well as the song "Oops My Mistake." "Oops My Mistake" is Track 15 on Songs from Jim Henson's Bear in the Big Blue House, but here, the song is retitled "Oops! I Goofed Again."
This episode features 2 songs: "The Old Bear Game" and "Take It Lower".
This episode contains a segment where real kids talk about their favorite things to learn about. These include different people, how to be good, how to help your parents, nature, math, dinosaurs, the presidents, stuff about horses, kittens, donkeys and fish.
Featured Songs: This episode features 2 songs: "The Best Time I Have is With You" and "Take Time To Smell the Cheese". "Take Time To Smell the Cheese" is Track 13 on "Songs from Jim Henson's Bear in the Big Blue House".
Tutter holds a sleepover of his own in the fourth season episode "Tutter's First Big Sleepover Bash."
This episode features three songs --- "Under Your Blanket," "Brush Brush Bree" and "Go to Bed, Sleepyhead." "Under Your Blanket" is Track 15 on the album "More Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House" "Brush Brush Bree" and "Go to Bed, Sleepyhead" are Tracks 7 and 12 respectively on the original "Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House" album.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids discuss things that they do before going to bed. These include taking a bath, brushing/flossing teeth, reading storybooks, putting on pajamas and hearing "good night" from their Mom and/or Dad.
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo squalls like a pelican.
Ojo makes a new friend in this episode --- a little bunny rabbit who hangs around the Otter Pond. Although no name is given for this character in this episode, she will later be known as Christine.
This episode includes a brief segment in which real kids talk about why they're friends with each other. Reasons include because they can play games such as "patty-cake," that they like each other, or even that they're "both crazy."
This episode features two songs --- "Friends for Life" and "When You Make Yourself a Friend," which is Track 20 on the album "Songs from Bear in the Big Blue House."
The dog in the Shadow Projects logo hoots like an owl.
During their pretend telephone game, Pip is referred to as Purple Ranger and Pop is referred to as Clamdigger.
Bear sings a song all about sounds in this episode. Ojo, Tutter, Treelo, Pip and Pop join in the singing of the second half of the Goodbye Song.
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