|Barney & Friends Episode|
|Season 1, Episode 19|
|Air date||April 30, 1992|
|Written by||Mark S. Bernthal|
|Directed by||Jim Rowley|
|Theme||The Five Senses|
When I Grow Up...
Practice Makes Music
Luci introduces her new friend Patty to the kids. When Patty, who is visually impaired, announces what a beautiful day it is, it unlocks all kinds of magic and fun about the senses, such as a games to "hear" and "feel" a glass of juice. There's a squishy, scrunchy contest that's really touching, a great group of songs, and a blindfold taste-test of after-school treats. Patty reads a great little story using braille. Barney's romps are always fun. This one is literally sense-sational!
Stories: "Kitty Caught a Caterpillar" by Jack Prelutsky
- Barney Theme Song
- Miss Mary Mack
- The Five Senses Song
- I Can Laugh
- Do Your Ears Hang Low?
- The Finger Band
- Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great to Be Crazy?
- The Bear Hunt
- I Love You
- The "blindfold taste-test" would later be used in Barney's Sense-Sational Day and "Five Kinds of Fun!".
- This episode reveals that Kathy can't read, until "I Can Do That!".
- "Kitty Caught a Caterpillar" was taken from a poem compilation book called "Ride a Purple Pelican".
- Before Barney starts his Barney Says segment, the ending of the "Five Senses Song" is sung.
- The Orange Fanta soda is used for this episode as a fictional drink, Five Senses Fizzy Fruit Juice.
- In the Hebrew version, Miss Mary Mack and Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great to Be Crazy? weren't sung.