|Season 3, Episodes 49-68|
|Executive Producers||Sheryl Leach|
|Writers||Mark S. Bernthal|
Rebecca Self Snider
|Musical Directors||Bob Singleton|
|Production Company||The Lyons Group|
Connecticut Public Television
|Season Premiere||February 27, 1995|
|Season Finale||October 6, 1995|
Season 3 of Barney & Friends aired from February 27 to October 6, 1995.
- Barney (David Joyner / Voiced by Bob West) [20/20]
- Baby Bop (Jeff Ayers / Voiced by Julie Johnson) [9/20]
- BJ (Jeff Brooks / Voiced by Patty Wirtz) [9/20]
- Min (Pia Manalo) [12/20]
- Shawn (John David Bennett, II) [11/20]
- Tosha (Hope Cervantes) [11/20]
- Carlos (Corey Lopez) [10/20]
- Julie (Susannah Wetzel) [10/20]
- Kathy (Lauren King) [10/20]
- Jason (Kurt Dykhuizen) [7/20]
- Kenneth (Nathan Regan) [6/20]
- Juan (Michael Krost) [5/20]
- Robert Hurtekant (played David in Shawn & The Beanstalk)
- Jessica Hinojosa (played Maria in Shawn & The Beanstalk)
- Frank Crim (played Firefighter Frank in I Can Be A Firefighter!)
- Dance Troupe (Any Way You Slice It)
- Maurie Chandler (played Ashley in Twice Is Nice!)
- Monet Chandler (played Alissa in Twice Is Nice!)
- Rickey Carter (played Derek in On The Move)
- Jessica Zucha (played Tina in On The Move)
- Chase Gallatin (played Stephen in On The Move, Classical Cleanup, and Are We There Yet?)
- Tomie dePaola (It's Raining, It's Pouring...)
- Todd Everett (played Reggie the Deliveryman in Hats Off To BJ!)
|#||Episode||Written By||Directed By||New Barney Songs||Original Airdate|
|1||Mark S. Bernthal
Stephen White ("Jack and the Beanstalk" Story Adaption)
|Bruce Deck||The Raindrop Song||February 27, 1995|
|Shawn's disappointment with a science project leads Barney and the children to explore the joys of nature, gardening, and caring for plants.|
|2||Mitch Lobrovich||Bruce Deck||I'm Glad I Have a Brother
We've Got Shoes
|February 28, 1995|
|Baby Bop and BJ's desire for a new pair of shoes prompts Barney and the children to create a special gift that will make their old shoes seem new.|
|3||Mark Bernthal||Bruce Deck||None||March 1, 1995|
|Barney helps the children create their favorite rooms in a house to cheer up Carlos, who must temporarily share his bedroom with his younger brother, Juan.|
|4||Mitch Lobrovich||Bruce Deck||Here Comes the Firetruck
When I'm a Firefighter
|March 2, 1995|
|Barney and the children have fun learning about fire safety from Firefighter Frank and his dog Chief.|
|5||Rebecca Self Snider||Bruce Deck||Gonna Have a Party
The Mail Song
|March 3, 1995|
|After reading a story about a feast, the children decide to go shopping for all the items they will need to have a party for a surprise guest.|
|6||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||Pumpernickel
Make the Bread
|June 7, 1995|
|With a little help from Stella the Storyteller, the children decide to feature breads from around the world at their school's annual International Festival.|
|7||Rebecca Self Snider||Bruce Deck||The Baby Bop Hop
Friends of Mine
|June 8, 1995|
|A scavenger hunt and a pair of fun-loving twins are the highlight of the day when Barney and his friends get together to play.|
|8||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||Our New School||June 9, 1995|
|Barney, BJ, and the children welcome a new boy to their school, and they all work together to create a special present for some old friends who have recently moved to a different school.|
|9||Mitch Lobrovich||Bruce Deck||Someone to Love You Forever||June 12, 1995|
|Barney and the children try to find someone to adopt a puppy needing a good home.|
|10||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||None||June 13, 1995|
|When Baby Bop accidentally sets off a chain reaction resulting in a messy classroom, the children work cooperatively to help clean up, demonstrating how they are family helpers at home.|
|11||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||Let's Do the Tricks My Doggie Does
Let's Take Care of Our Pets
|July 24, 1995|
|The children have brought their pets to school for "show n' tell." They have fun demonstrating how they care for their pets.|
|12||Rebecca Self Snider||Bruce Deck||Big and Little||July 25, 1995|
|Barney helps his friends learn the importance of taking turns while they all participate in a variety of under-the-sea activities.|
|13||Mitch Lobrovich||Bruce Deck||Hooray for Moms and Dads||July 26, 1995|
|The threat of rain drives the children and Barney into the treehouse where they notice a bird's nest. This prompts curiosity about different animal homes.|
|14||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||What Can We Play on a Rainy Day?||July 27, 1995|
|When Barney and his friends are driven indoors by a rainstorm, a discussion about sheep is sparked while the children are sharing their favorite rainy-day activities. Special guest Tomie dePaola visits.|
|15||Mitch Lobrovich||Bruce Deck||Jungle Adventure (Safari Version)
The Elephant Song
Here, Kitty Kitty
|July 28, 1995|
|Baby Bop's confusion between a kitty cat and a tiger during a safari adventure presents an opportunity for Barney and his friends to discover the world of cats.|
|16||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||Have a Snack!||October 2, 1995|
|Barney and his friends miss seeing the trains that keep mysteriously passing through the playground. Stella the Storyteller arrives to tell a fun, familiar train story.|
|17||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||Wash the Car||October 3, 1995|
|The children surprise Barney by making a Barney-sized car for him from odds and ends. He takes them for a fun ride after running some interesting errands.|
|18||Mitch Lobrovich||Bruce Deck||Let's Go On An Adventure||October 4, 1995|
|Barney and his friends, with Stella the Storyteller's help, have a boating adventure that includes a faraway island and treasure.|
|19||Mitch Lobrovich||Bruce Deck||BJ's Dance Thang
|October 5, 1995|
|While the children are having fun creating a block town and playing with trucks, BJ's news of his lost hat sends Barney and the children on a search for the perfect hat for BJ.|
|20||Mark S. Bernthal||Bruce Deck||My Kite
Hey, Look at Me! I Can Fly!
|October 6, 1995|
|Barney and his friends are intrigued by several mysterious rhymes which appear attached to some flying object. BJ is in for a high-flying surprise himself, thanks to Barney!|
- This season marked:
- The first season to feature Jeff Brooks as BJ's costume performer.
- The last season to feature Bob Singleton as the musical director. He would later serve as an alternate musical director for some of the home videos from 1997-2000. The final time he served as a musical director was on the screener copy of Be My Valentine, Love Barney.
- The first appearances of Ashley, Alissa, Stephen, Maria, Stella the Storyteller, and Mr. Boyd.
- The only appearances of Juan and Kenneth.
- The first season to use two Barney costumes.
- The first appearances of The Treehouse and The Adventure Screen.
- The last appearances of Julie, Derek, and Tina.
- The first season to be closed-captioned by the Caption Center WGBH Educational Foundation.
- The first season that uses clips of a kid or different kids saying "Hey everybody, it's time for Barney Says!".
- The only season where all of the episodes were directed by the same director (Bruce Deck).
- The first fifteen episodes were originally broadcasted with longer credits, similar to the first two seasons. Starting in September 1995, all episodes were re-edited to contain shorter credits. However, the UK airings of the last five episodes of this season as well as the US and Spanish releases of Riding In Barney's Car and the screener and Spanish versions of Barney's All Aboard For Sharing used the longer credits.
- In a rare move, this is the first season to have an episode release on video before its TV premiere which was Are We There Yet? in which would be named Riding In Barney's Car.
- The last five episodes of the season were broadcasted under the "Back to School with Barney" programming block.
- The Baby Bop and BJ costumes become shorter to represent their respective ages.
- For this season, with the exception of Ship, Ahoy!, Stella the Storyteller uses props to act out the stories.
- Kathy is no longer seen with her teddy bear.
- The Barney Bag has been modified with a brighter look and this design of the bag would be used until Season 6.
- Due to moving to a new studio, the entire set was reconstructed:
- The playground is larger with a reconstructed playset. Instead of a bridge, the playset has a lookout tower.
- A treehouse with a porch was added.
- A new walking animation is used for the Barney & Friends logo.
- Filming for this season was originally scheduled for May 1994. But due to the lawsuit over the "I Love You" song, the production was pushed back to November 1994.
- This season was filmed at The Studios at Las Colinas in Irvin, Texas, and would continue to be produced there through Season 6.
- The production for this season began on November 1994 and ended on March 1995.
- Initially, in the first draft for Barney's Great Adventure, All of the kids cast for this season, including Derek, appeared in the opening scene as cameos. Also, according to the original script, Marcella is Tosha's cousin. This scene probably got cut because, by the time they started filming, the cast was too old.