|Season 14, Episodes 249-268|
|Executive Producers||Karen Barnes|
|Directors|| Fred Holmes|
|Musical Directors||Joe Phillips|
|Production Company||HIT Entertainment|
|Season Premiere||October 4, 2010|
|Season Finale||November 2, 2010|
Season 14 of Barney & Friends premiered on October 4th, 2010 to November 2, 2010. This is the first and so far the only season to not have new episodes, but rather combining two episodes from season ten and season eleven.
Cast of New Content
- Barney (Voice: Dean Wendt, Costume: Carey Stinson)
- Baby Bop (Voice: Julie Johnson, Costume: Lauren Mayeux)
- BJ (Voice: Patty Wirtz, Costume: Kyle Nelson)
- Riff (Voice: Michaela Dietz, Costume: Jerad Harris)
The children utilized for the new content this season remain uncredited.
|1||249||"Gift of the Dinos" / "Winter"||Karl Geurs||Fred Holmes||October 4, 2010|
| Gift of the Dinos: During a secret santa session, BJ and Riff decide to give up their prized possessions to give the ultimate gift to each other.
Winter: Baby Bop waits for the first snowfall of the year.
|2||250||"Riff's Musical Zoo" / "Boats"||Michael Maurer / Michael Anthony Steele||Fred Holmes / Jim Rowley||October 5, 2010|
| Riff's Musical Zoo: After Tracy's Mom can't take the kids to the zoo, Riff uses stuffed animals and musical instruments to mimic animals sounds to create a "musical zoo"!
Boats: BJ and Riff build a boat to take Baby Bop on a pretend boat ride.
|3||251||"The Magic Caboose" / "Arts"||Michael Maurer / Cheryl Ammeter||Fred Holmes||October 6, 2010|
| The Magic Caboose: Barney and the kids board the magic caboose to take pretend trips to different countries.
Arts: Barney introduces his friends to different forms of art at an art festival.
|4||252||"Movement" / "Separation"||M.G. Hamilton / Karl Geurs||Jim Rowley||October 7, 2010|
| Movement: Coach Baby Bop and BJ help Barney prepare for the sack race.
Separation: After BJ and Riff leave for a camping trip, Baby Bop begins to have separation anxiety. So, Barney helps her figure out activities to pass the time.
|5||253||"Pistachio" / "BJ's Snack Attack"||Stephen White / M.G. Hamilton||Jim Rowley / Fred Holmes||October 8, 2010|
| Pistachio: After Barney eats too many pistachios, his friends show him the imporance of eating them in moderation.
BJ's Snack Attack: BJ's binge on junk food leads him to dream about a world with only junk food.
|6||254||"Bop 'til You Drop" / "Sharing"||Jim Lewis||Steven Feldman / Jim Rowley||October 11, 2010|
| Bop 'til You Drop: Baby Bop's friends give her a whistle to signal for them to play together. When she becomes too bossy, Barney teaches her the importance of being a good friend.
Sharing: After Riff busts BJ's new scooter, he holds a rummage sale in order to buy a new one!
|7||255||"Little Red Rockin' Hood" / "Differences"||Fred Holmes / Jim Lewis||Fred Holmes||October 12, 2010|
| Little Red Rockin' Hood: Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, Riff, and the kids put on a twist on a classic fairy tale about how a wolf and a young girl combined their music together to form "Country Rock"
Differences: When the kids leave a boy in a wheelchair out of their fun, Barney decides to let him know that he feels the same way sometimes.
|8||256||"Butterflies" / "The Nature of Things"||Cheryl Ammeter / Michael Anthony Steele||Fred Holmes||October 13, 2010|
| Butterflies: Baby Bop cares for a caterpillar that is going through metamorphosis.
The Nature of Things: After Rachel makes a mess in the park, she dreams about how littering affects many animal homes.
|9||257||"China" / "Welcome, Cousin Riff"||Michael Anthony Steele / Carter Crocker||Jim Rowley / Fred Holmes||October 14, 2010|
| China: BJ's Chinese Pen Pal visits the park.
Welcome, Cousin Riff: Barney informs Baby Bop and BJ that their cousin Riff has moved into town!
|10||258||"Rabbits" / " Listen!"||Michael Anthony Steele / Karl Geurs||Fred Holmes / Jim Rowley||October 15, 2010|
| Rabbits: Detective BJ helps Baby Bop figure out which animal is eating her snacks.
Listen!: Barney's friends help Detective Riff figure out where a strange noise is coming from.
|11||259||"The Big Garden" / "Get Happy!"||Karl Geurs / Fred Holmes||Jim Rowley / Fred Holmes||October 18, 2010|
| The Big Garden: Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, and the kids harvest crops in the park's garden.
Get Happy!: Riff creates a device to make Olivia happy.
|12||260||"Big as Barney" / "The Chase"||Karl Geurs / Jim Lewis||Fred Holmes||October 19, 2010|
| Big as Barney: After observing the positive impact Barney has on his friends, Ryan decides that he wants to act and look just like Barney.
The Chase: After the kids fight over wanting to do the same thing, Barney tells them a Native American story that teaches to be yourself and not follow to the crowd.
|13||261||"Playing Games" / "No, No, No!"||Carter Crocker / Cheryl Ammeter||Jim Rowley / Fred Holmes||October 20, 2010|
| Playing Games: Barney teaches Baby Bop the importance of following the rules when playing games with friends.
No, No, No!: Baby Bop is fustrated about hearing "No" all the time. So, Barney tells her the story of Cinderella.
|14||262||"The Emperor's Contest" / "The Whole Truth"||Charlotte Spivey / Fred Holmes||Jim Rowley / Fred Holmes||October 21, 2010|
| The Emperor's Contest: After Ryan thinks about cheating in a fishing contest, Barney tells him a story about how a boy became emperor by being honest.
The Whole Truth: After BJ takes credit for Sarah's painting, Barney teaches him to always be honest with his friends.
|15||263||"Seeing" / "Beethoven's Hear!"||Stephen White / Charlotte Spivey||Jim Rowley||October 22, 2010|
| Seeing: Baby Bop tries to convince to BJ and Riff that she had seen an elephant in the park.
Beethoven's Hear!: After Riff wonders if he would still like music if he was deaf, Barney introduces one of the best deaf musicians of all time - Beethoven.
|16||264||"Best in Show" / "Ducks and Fish"||Jim Lewis / Michael Anthony Steele||Fred Holmes||October 26, 2010|
| Best in Show: Susan lets BJ enter her dog Pilgrim in a dog show!
Ducks and Fish: Riff takes care of some baby duck eggs.
|17||265||"The Shrinking Blankey" / "Things I Can Do"||Kayte Kuch / Hannah Hall||Brian Mack / Fred Holmes||October 27, 2010|
| The Shrinking Blankey: Baby Bop is concerned that she may be outgrowing her blankey.
Things I Can Do: After Baby Bop gets upset with the things she can do, Barney, Riff, and the kids help her find something else that she can do.
|18||266||"Mother Goose" / "Fun with Reading"||Charlotte Spivey / Carter Crocker||Fred Holmes / Jim Rowley||October 28, 2010|
| Mother Goose: Characters from The Land of Mother Goose come to the caboose in search for their lost things.
Fun with Reading: After BJ gets an injury while playing Captain Pickles, Barney and the kids have fun with books. They even write their own story!
|19||267||"The Blame Game" / "Airplanes"||Greg Sumner / Michael Anthony Steele||Steven Feldman / Jim Rowley||November 1, 2010|
| Airplanes: Barney's friends are playing with airplanes in the park. BJ allows Riff to play with his airplane toy. When Riff rearranges the airplane parts, he fears that he may have broken BJ's toy.
The Blame Game: Marcos accidentaly breaks Melanie's project and fears that she may not want to be his friend anymore. Barney teaches him that a good friend is an honest friend.
|20||268||"The New Kid" / "The Princess and the Frog"||Dean Stefan / Michael Anthony Steele||Fred Holmes||November 2, 2010|
| The New Kid: After Riff befriends a new kid, BJ fears that Riff is not his friend any more.
The Princess and the Frog: After Baby Bop promises Ryan to watch his pet frog, Barney tells her the story of "The Princess and the Frog" to remind her to always keep her promises.
- This season marked:
- The final season to feature the Here's Something segment.
- The first season to have the PBS Kids Website shown during the credits.
- This season includes a new vignette where kids tell jokes and sing Barney Songs.
- The Barney's Music Box segment is no longer seen.
- "Boogie Woogie Piggy" is the only "new" song in this season.
- The only known cast of children actors known in the new content of this season are Logan Robot Gladden, Brenden Stanton, Alyssa Boualapha, Ethan Van Zandt and Delaney Walker.
- The episodes "Winter", "Welcome, Cousin Riff", "Things I Can Do", and "Airplanes" all have alternate endings that have the song "I Love You" sung instead of there past endings for this season.