|Ooh, Baby, Baby|
|Season 2, Episode 1|
|Air date||January 1, 1998|
|Written by||Claudia Silver|
|Directed by||Mitchell Kriegman|
|Friends for Life||Raiders of the Lost Cheese|
Ooh, Baby, Baby is the first episode of the second season.
Tutter's Grandma Flutter has to go to her dance class, so she drops her little granddaughter, Baby Blotter, off at the Big Blue House for Bear and Tutter to babysit. Tutter learns how to take care of a baby. But, when Blotter starts crying, everyone tries to help her feel better. Nothing works until Treelo comforts her, gives her his baby rattle, and says he loves her. In the Shadow segment, Shadow sings "Rock-a-bye Baby," repeated from A Winter's Nap. This time her story is called "Baby with the Parachute."
- Baby, Baby (song, music and lyrics by David Yazbek)
- Look At You Now (Music and Lyrics by Brian Woodbury)
Shadow: (reading) Once there was a baby / Who loves In the treetop / When the wind blows / He rocked back and forth / All of a sudden the bough breaks
[The tree branch breaks apart on top of it.]
Shadow: (reading) The cradle has fall / And the baby has finally found a parachute. / And that's the story of Baby with Parachute.
Baby: It's a good thing I had a parachute. Heh heh heh. Shadow The End. (The story ends.)
- The theme for this episode is about babies.
- This episode marks the first appearance of Blotter. He was mentioned in the episode A Plant Grows in Bear's House.
- The song Baby, Baby will be heard again in Bear in the Big Blue House Live! A Surprise Party. Look At You Now will be heard in the album.
- This is the first episode to have a few things, not only the Big Blue House used as a doll's house, but even: Jim Henson's puppeteers Mary Brehmer & Rob Gardner; Susan Kopensky Production Staff before now Script Coordinator; Samantha Osby Script Coordinator before now Continuity; Dan Anderson as Curriculum Consultant (used to be content consultant from Blue's Clues the year before); Lesley Stewart who used to be in the Post Production Team now is coordinator; Production Accountants Joyce Hsieh & Mike Meere; Production Assistant Chad Cruikshank; Assistants to Producers Katya O'Hagan & Jim Calcaterra and the technical crew now: Mark Katz videotape; Peter Hefter & Victor Smith Audio; Electricians Eugene Meienhofer & Jason Horn; Pat Minietta, Jim Scurti & Larry Solomon Cameramen; Jim Washburn, Jack Cooke & John Hopkins as a Utility and Carpenter Kevin Biondo.
- This is the first episode that has Digital Compositing Provided by Unitel Video NY as well as it has music Taped at Lifetime Studios in New York and to have Margaret Loesch & Alex Rockwell as Executive Producers as to join Mitchell Kriegman & Brian Henson.
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