Barney: Barney's Big Surprise! His All New Live Stage Show
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A retail version of the album was released on May 6, 1997 (the same day as Barney's Musical Scrapbook).
Barney then suggests that Mother Goose introduce herself to the audience as they might not know her. The video aired on PBS in 2000, being the fifth of only eleven Barney Home Videos to be televised on that network. Seeing that not all the guests are here, Barney suggests that they imagine eating treats instead, leading into the song “If All the Raindrops”. Images Donate icon An illustration of a heart shape Donate Ellipses icon An illustration of text ellipses.Barney: It's time to go, but before we do, let's have a big round of applause for the people who made our show so extra special, you! After the song, Professor Tinkerputt shows the audience his toy factory, leading into the song “Tinkerputt’s Song”. BJ discovers that the reason Professor Tinkerputt didn’t get him a red scooter is because that’s what Barney and the others got him.
After the song, they gang gets into the topic of BJ’s birthday party, in which Professor Tinkerputt tells Barney that he’ll need his car to drive BJ’s surprise back to the treehouse due to its size. Specializing in the sale of collector's items such as VHS tapes, music in various formats such as vinyl records, cassette tapes, CDs and various types of magazines and books. Everyone goes backstage to get ready for the next game, in which then BJ comes out with a banjo, Kevin comes out in a corn costume, and everyone sings “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”.In the Chicago Tribune, Eric Fidler commented that the show primarily aims at the five-and-under group, citing that "Judging Barney through the eyes of an adult is pointless. Now, Carey Stinson takes that position, having done so in previous mall tours and as an alternate costume performer in Barney Live!