Bear then settles down to read a book, but not before the Shadow Segment. The Lion and the Mouse is an Aesop tale told by Shadow starting with two episodes "Appreciation Day" and "Four Leaf Clover Away in the Pond". Written by Andy Yerkes Directed by Dean Gordon Plot . It aired on February 16, 1998. The ringmaster sends them back to work doing laundry. the lion exclaims. He shows that a "peck" means eight quarts. That is, not until Tutter, a bug not-lover, learns that this particular bug is one of the best gardeners around. There Was a Little Girl: A girl practices his guitar lessons which turns into rock and roll with a piece of curl pointing out of her forehead. At the end, a parrot delivers him a piece of wedding cake. As he tries them out and shares them with the viewers, he finds that the kids of the house are doing some thinking as well. and "Afraid Not"), Jack Be Nimble (from "The Big Ballgame Bonanza" and ", It's Raining, It's Pouring (from "Stormy Weather"), A-Tisket, A-Tasket (from "Just Doing Some Writing" and "What's in the Mail, Today? They were playing and Tutter hurt his tail by a cat's teeth. His Trip to the Moon; Baa Baa Black Sheep; A Boy Who Loves to Volunteer; Jazz; Jack Be Nimble; ... Bear in the Big Blue House Wikia is a FANDOM TV Community. she exclaims. 8 episodes were broadcast in April 2006, after The Walt Disney Company's acquisition of the program. Shadow sings the song about the morning "A Yawn in the Dawn", featuring a bear, a cheeping birdie, a ''lift in the mist'' rabbit, a newspaper-fetching dog, a fish catching the first bug and the sweetly-mooing cows. They dance together. Bear in the Big Blue House episodes typically include a single segment featuring four thoughts from real kids. The Little Hammer grows up one by one by a hammer parent. There Once Was a Turtle: A turtle saves money by going to the bank each and every day. ... shadow puppet scenic artist (2 episodes, 1997-1998) ... segment associate producer (26 episodes, 1997) Jack Sprat is a fat guy and Pat is a thin woman, which are narrated by a drill sargent. the wolf asks. The Senseless Detectives is an episode of Bear in the Big Blue House. https://bitbbh.fandom.com/wiki/Shadow%27s_Stories_(Puppet_Segments_by_Jon_Ludwig)?oldid=70570, An Old Lady Lives in a Shoe (from "Home is Where the Bear Is"), Humpty Dumpty (from "Why Bears Can't Fly"), Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater (from "Falling for Fall"), Five Little Monkeys (from "Picture of Health"), A-Tisket, A-Tasket (from "What's in the Mail, Today? Three Little Kittens realize they lost their mittens. At the end, they are sent to outer space by zero gravity. She tried falling asleep, catching a little crook (which a crook was meant to be). The Lion and the Mouse: The lion angry catches a mouse, the mouse says he is not hungry. Pip and Pop read a comic titled The Adventures of Clamiana Jones. A Wagon of a Different Color is an episode of Bear in the Big Blue House. Suddenly, Jack and Jill fell off the hill passing what they went earlier. One, Two, Buckle My Shoe: A doctor does some counting from 1 to 10: grasping parts of the buckle, grasping the doorknob (which a man is told to shut the door the other way), grasping the sticks (by a little girl), and laying them straight. Occasionally, her stories are entirely sung. She is a whimsical creature possessing a quirky nature whose stories are illustrated using the medium of shadow puppetry. She decides to run errands by giving the dog some bread, some fruit, and even a red wig. "It's a good thing we live next to the fire plugs!" says the Alien. The wolf slid down the chimney, the pigs are handing the bathtub. Bear is busy doing some cooking --- he's making his annual batch of cookies for everyone in Woodland Valley. In her reading version, the man can't drink ink, but he can eat the bread and cheese, the ground, except for creamy whipped cream. The gang finds a map in Bear's attic leading to the "Great Lost Cheese" that Tutter's ancestor buried nearby the Big Blue House. File:MusictoMyEars.png. 28:31. The Man in the Wilderness: In a Tarzan reference, Jane responds to Tarzan that many herrings are in the wood. Episode 111: A Wagon of a Different Color, Episode 122: Eat, Drink Juice and Be Merry, Episode 121: A Plant Grows in Bear's House, Episode 206: You Learn Something New Every Day. She decides to tickle the little baby instead. This format is squished to high definition and the 1997-2003 show is transformed into a live-action remake of Disney in 2017, the channel is changed to Disney Junior in 2011. Pop Goes the Weasel: The monkey and the weasel are best friends when they run around the Cobbler's Bench. 1 Plot 2 Songs 3 Notes 4 Shadow's Appearance 5 Other Languages 6 Quotes 7 Transcript 8 Video and DVD Release 9 Disney Junior DVD Releases 10 Bear's Sense of Smell 11 Credits Bear finds Ojo playing pretend, having created a tent that she's pretending is her home. "). Bear in the Big Blue House (TV Series 1997–2006) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. The baby said it's a good thing to have a parachute. Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater loves everything related to pumpkins. Cock a Doodle Doo: The dame lost her shoe and decides to paint her nails, and her bare foot. Bear is busy doing some cooking --- he's making his annual batch of cookies for everyone in Woodland Valley. Bear in the Big Blue House was a puppet TV series made by the Jim Henson Company for Playhouse Disney. He sticks out his tongue and Granny comes in as Dr. Granny. Christopher Columbus asked. Source Shadow is a recurring character in the TV show Bear in the Big Blue House. Reruns of the program continued to air on Playhouse Disney until May 6, 2007. Shadow's stories were a recurring segment featured on Bear in the Big Blue House. The time normally spent on her story is taken up by Tutter's birthday party. Hickory Dickory Dock: The world's fastest mouse is ready to break the record for his clock running lift, by lifting the chains and sitting on gears. 1 Voice Impersonations where Jon roled 2 Script 3 Sound effects played in the segment 4 Gallery A Mouse (Dianne Perry) The Lion (John Ludwig) (The Story begins) Shadow- There was a mouse who bumped into a lion. Here is a list of topics that Shadow tells stories, nursery rhymes and twisted tales. Scenes and footage filmed for Bear in the Big Blue House but unused in the final broadcasts. 300px. Cowboy Flounder is the 25th story taken by Shadow in the 31st episode "Big Blue Home of the Brave" from Season 4. The North Wind Doth Blow: A robin decides to stay in the barn during a snowy day. Shadow's stories were a recurring segment featured on Bear in the Big Blue House. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. I Was Just Thinking is the 24th episode of Season 2, 64th episode overall. He's almost ready to give up when he suddenly realizes... it's a star!