|Music to My Ears|
|Season 1, Episode 13|
|Air date||November 5th, 1997|
|Written by||Pippin Parker and P. Kevin Strader|
|Directed by||Hugh Martin|
|Dirt, I Love You So!||All Connected|
Music to My Ears is the thirteenth episode of the first season.
Ojo has formed an orchestra and has invited everyone in the Big Blue House to participate. Viewers are invited to participate too as Bear and the kids hold a concert out at the Otter Pond. Ojo is the orchestra "constructor," and Pip and Pop are using pot and pan lids for cymbals. As Bear searches for his kazoo, he comes across Treelo and asks for his help. When Treelo spots a radio, he turns it on and starts singing and dancing to music. He then goes off to create his own instrument. Bear finds his kazoo and also finds that Tutter wants to play the clarinet, but it's too big for him. Bear helps Tutter to come up with another way to participate in the orchestra. In the Shadow segment, Shadow presents the tale of the cat and the fiddle.
- Tutter says that he received his clarinet from the Klutter Tutters. This performing musical trio consisted of his Auntie Klutter Tutter, cousin Skitter Tutter and Uncle Nutter Tutter.
- Ojo is improperly called the "constructor" of the orchestra.
- As well as P. Kevin Strader, this is the only episode to have Pippin Parker as writer of it. She will be writer again in the first season's episodes of Pocoyo eight years later. Also, this is the last episode that the credits get short. The first two were Dancin' the Day Away and A Wagon of a Different Color.
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