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[[Bear]] and the kids have had a busy day and are now turning in for the night. [[Ojo]], [[Tutter]], [[Treelo]], [[Pip and Pop]] are all sleeping over in the living room of the [[Big Blue House]]. He tells them a bedtime story about a dragon and some very brave knights just like them who helped it. Bear reflects on all of the great things that can happen in a day. In flashbacks, he and the viewers take a look back at some things that happened that day. He and the kids all had a lot of fun at the [[Otter Pond]], splashing and playing ball. In fact, Pip and Pop had so much fun that they get out of bed to ask if they can go back down there right now, but Bear tells them it'll still be there tomorrow. Bear also recalls that Tutter tried to eat a large amount of carrots and bran to get ready for a checkup with Doc Hogg. Bear helped him to see that he was already ready and when Tutter shows up full of energy, Bear gives him some warm milk to help get him to sleep. Bear also recalls that Ojo pretended that Snow Bear was her baby --- giving her a bath in the sink and feeding her mashed fruit. He gives Snow Bear a good-night kiss, and Ojo one too. In the Shadow segment, [[Shadow]] tells a story about a day in the life of a dog.
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[[Bear]] and the kids have had a busy day and are now turning in for the night. [[Ojo]], [[Tutter]], [[Treelo]], [[Pip and Pop]] are all sleeping over in the living room of the [[Big Blue House]]. He tells them a bedtime story about a dragon and some very brave knights just like them who helped it. Bear reflects on all of the great things that can happen in a day. In flashbacks, he and the viewers take a look back at some things that happened that day. He and the kids all had a lot of fun at the [[Otter Pond]], splashing and playing ball. In fact, Pip and Pop had so much fun that they get out of bed to ask if they can go back down there right now, but Bear tells them it'll still be there tomorrow. Bear also recalls that Tutter tried to eat a large amount of carrots and bran to get ready for a checkup with Doc Hogg. Bear helped him to see that he was already ready and when Tutter shows up full of energy, Bear gives him some warm milk to help get him to sleep. Bear also recalls that Ojo pretended that Snow Bear was her baby --- giving her a bath in the sink and feeding her mashed fruit. He gives Snow Bear a good-night kiss, and Ojo one too.
   
 
==Songs==
 
==Songs==
 
*[[What's That Smell?]]
 
*[[What's That Smell?]]
 
*[[At the Pond]]
 
*[[At the Pond]]
*A Day in The Life By The Dog
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==Gallery==
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</gallery>
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==Notes==
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*The dog in the Shadow Projects logo in the closing credits says "whoop whoop".
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*According to [[Richard Fernandes]], this episode was the result of a contest among the writers to create an episode using footage from deleted scenes.<ref>https://www.mixcloud.com/djbobshow/the-dj-bob-show-clarissa-bear-and-box-rick-fernandes-interview/</ref><ref>personal communication with Richard Fernandes</ref>
   
 
==Video releases==
 
==Video releases==
 
*''[[Potty Time with Bear]]''
 
*''[[Potty Time with Bear]]''
   
== Notes ==
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==Sources==
*The dog in the Shadow Projects logo in the closing credits says "whoop whoop".
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Latest revision as of 21:48, July 19, 2020

Bear in the Big Blue House
236 Call it a Day
Premiere December 2, 1998
Written by Lindsey Aikens, Mitchell Kriegman, Chris Moore, Claudia Silver, P. Kevin Strader, Andy Yerkes
Director Mitchell Kriegman
Theme Day

Bear and the kids have had a busy day and are now turning in for the night. Ojo, Tutter, Treelo, Pip and Pop are all sleeping over in the living room of the Big Blue House. He tells them a bedtime story about a dragon and some very brave knights just like them who helped it. Bear reflects on all of the great things that can happen in a day. In flashbacks, he and the viewers take a look back at some things that happened that day. He and the kids all had a lot of fun at the Otter Pond, splashing and playing ball. In fact, Pip and Pop had so much fun that they get out of bed to ask if they can go back down there right now, but Bear tells them it'll still be there tomorrow. Bear also recalls that Tutter tried to eat a large amount of carrots and bran to get ready for a checkup with Doc Hogg. Bear helped him to see that he was already ready and when Tutter shows up full of energy, Bear gives him some warm milk to help get him to sleep. Bear also recalls that Ojo pretended that Snow Bear was her baby --- giving her a bath in the sink and feeding her mashed fruit. He gives Snow Bear a good-night kiss, and Ojo one too.

SongsEdit

GalleryEdit

NotesEdit

  • The dog in the Shadow Projects logo in the closing credits says "whoop whoop".
  • According to Richard Fernandes, this episode was the result of a contest among the writers to create an episode using footage from deleted scenes.[1][2]

Video releasesEdit

SourcesEdit

  1. https://www.mixcloud.com/djbobshow/the-dj-bob-show-clarissa-bear-and-box-rick-fernandes-interview/
  2. personal communication with Richard Fernandes


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