(airdate sourced via newspapers.com, claims it's the season premiere)
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[[Grandma Flutter]] drops her granddaughter, [[Baby Blotter]], off at [[the Big Blue House]] while she goes to her dance class. [[Bear]] helps [[Tutter]] learn how to care for a baby -- but everyone's at a loss when Blotter starts to cry. The day is saved by [[Treelo]], who comforts the baby and gives her his rattle.
 
[[Grandma Flutter]] drops her granddaughter, [[Baby Blotter]], off at [[the Big Blue House]] while she goes to her dance class. [[Bear]] helps [[Tutter]] learn how to care for a baby -- but everyone's at a loss when Blotter starts to cry. The day is saved by [[Treelo]], who comforts the baby and gives her his rattle.
   

Revision as of 23:31, April 26, 2019

Bear in the Big Blue House
201 Ooh, Baby, Baby
Premiere January 6, 1998
Written by Claudia Silver
Director Mitchell Kriegman
Theme Babies
File:201OohBabyBaby.jpg

Grandma Flutter drops her granddaughter, Baby Blotter, off at the Big Blue House while she goes to her dance class. Bear helps Tutter learn how to care for a baby -- but everyone's at a loss when Blotter starts to cry. The day is saved by Treelo, who comforts the baby and gives her his rattle.

Songs

Notes

  • The Shadow segment, in which she sings "Rock-a-Bye Baby", is reused from A Winter's Nap. Additionally, Shadow sings "Where O Where is Bear?" as a departure from the norm.


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