|Season 6, Episodes 109-128|
|Executive Producers||Dennis DeShazer|
|Writers|| Stephen White|
Mark S. Bernthal
Sandra J. Payne
|Directors|| Fred Holmes|
|Musical Directors||Joseph Phillips|
|Production Company|| Lyrick Studios|
Connecticut Public Television
|Season Premiere||November 1, 1999|
|Season Finale||April 14, 2000|
- Barney (Body: David Joyner, Voice: Bob West) [20/20]
- Baby Bop (Body: Jeff Ayers/Jennifer Romano/Jeff Brooks, Voice: Julie Johnson) [9/20]
- BJ (Body: Jeff Brooks, Voice: Patty Wirtz) [9/20]
- Danny (Jeffrey Hood) [10/20]
- Jeff (Austin Ball) [10/20]
- Robert (Angel Velasco) [10/20]
- Emily (Hannah Owens) [9/20]
- Keesha (Mera Baker) [9/20]
- Stephen (Chase Gallatin) [9/20]
- Hannah (Marisa Kuers) [8/20]
- Kim (Erica Rhodes) [5/20]
- Jill (Lana Whittington) (debut) [4/20]
- Linda (Adrianne Kangas) [4/20]
- Chip (Lucien Douglas) [3/20]
- Cathy Msingi Jones (played Mee-Ma in Grandparents Are Grand)
- Jim Ponds (played Pop-Pop in Grandparents Are Grand)
- Sean Sandras (played Perry in Snack Time!)
- Nancy Drotning (played Zelda the Zookeeper in Who's Who at the Zoo?)
- Barbara Lowin (played Mother Goose in A "Little" Mother Goose)
- Noreen Davis (played Officer Thompson in Good Job!)
- Lee Burns (played Firefighter Berkeley in Here Comes the Firetruck!)
- Dale Evans (played Firefighter Vandever in Here Comes the Firetruck!)
- Summer Selby (played Ms. Crisp in Ready, Set, Go!)
|#||Episode||Written By||Directed By||New Barney Songs||Original Airdate||Production Code|
|1|| ||Mark S. Bernthal||Fred Holmes||None||November 1, 1999|
|After cleaning up the treehouse, Barney and his friends use their imagination to turn an ordinary stick into many different activities.|
|2|| ||Perri Verdino-Gates||Alexander Laughton||None||November 2, 1999|
|The kids are having an afternoon picnic, when they realize that many insects reside all around them. This leads them to learn about the many different types of insects.|
|3|| ||Shields Freeman||Jim Rowley||I'd Love to Sail||November 3, 1999|
|Barney and the kids throw a surprise party for Kim's grandparents. BJ helps cheer up Jeff who misses his grandparents.|
|4|| ||Sandra J. Payne||Fred Holmes||None||November 4, 1999|
|Chip shares some afternoon snacks with his friends. Barney opens his own pretend fancy restaurant to help Baby Bop learn the importance of trying new foods.|
|5|| ||Perri Verdino-Gates||Alexander Laughton||None||November 5, 1999|
|Robert's souvenirs from his summer island vacation and Keesha's new winter apparel leads Barney to transforms the playground into an island paradise and a snowy wonderland.|
|6|| ||Perri Verdino-Gates||Fred Holmes||None||November 8, 1999|
|Barney and the kids spend the day making arts and crafts for the school's art open house. The kids help BJ make something special for Baby Bop.|
|7|| ||Stephen White||Alexander Laughton|
|None||November 9, 1999|
|Barney brings out five special boxes: Each filled with special activities that correspond with one of the five senses.|
|8|| ||Sandra J. Payne||Jim Rowley||Sharing Together||November 10, 1999|
|Hannah's rock collection and Stephen's hat collection gives Barney the opportunity to emphasis the importance of counting. From playing number limbo to counting bubbles, the kids learn that counting can be easy and fun.|
|9|| ||Noreen Davis||Fred Holmes||What Will We See at the Zoo?||November 11, 1999|
|Stella the Storyteller brings Barney and the kids a birthday present that belongs to one of the animals at the zoo. With a note filled with clues, Barney and his friends figure out the birthday animal by learning about the different kinds of zoo animals.|
|10|| ||Sandra J. Payne||Fred Holmes||None||November 12, 1999|
|It's Robert's Birthday, and Barney and the others are throwing him a surprise birthday fiesta.|
|11|| || Noreen Davis|
|Alexander Laughton||Exercising...Won't You Come and Join Me?||April 3, 2000|
|Coach Barney sets up a day filled with exercise activities to show Danny that exercise can be fun. Baby Bop and the kids participate in a relay race.|
|12|| ||Stephen White||Alexander Laughton||What Would I Do Without My Teeth?||April 4, 2000|
|The kids practice smiling for their school pictures. This prompts Barney to discuss about the importance of dental hygiene. The kids give Barney a pretend dental check-up.|
|13|| ||Stephen White||Jim Rowley||None||April 5, 2000|
|After Emily struggles with coming up with her own rhyme, Mother Goose visits Barney and the kids to show them that rhyming is easy and fun.|
|14|| ||Evan Viola||Alexander Laughton||Look at Me, I'm Dancing||April 6, 2000|
|The kids use Barney's special hopscotch game to "try" on different career jobs.|
|15|| ||Perri Verdino-Gates||Alexander Laughton||None||April 7, 2000|
|Hannah brings her dollhouse so her friends can play with it. Each of the kids talk about their favorite room in a house.|
|16|| ||Perri Verdino-Gates||Jeff Gittle||None||April 10, 2000|
|Barney and the kids help Mr. Boyd take care for the school garden. The kids make their own box gardens.|
|17|| ||Perri Verdino-Gates||Jim Rowley||Growing Big and Tall||April 11, 2000|
|After feeling frustrated over jumping rope, Baby Bop learns the importance of perseverance.|
|18|| ||Shields Freeman||Alexander Laughton||Do Some Exercise||April 12, 2000|
|Hannah's firefighter neighbor and her firefighter friend visit the school to talk about fire safety. The kids get to explore a real fire engine.|
|19|| ||Stephen White||Alexander Laughton||None||April 13, 2000|
|Travel Agent Baby Bop takes Barney on an "Imagination Vacation" by using the different modes of transportation.|
|20|| ||Stephen White||Fred Holmes||None||April 14, 2000|
|Barney gives the kids some empty books to have them fill it with things that makes them special.|
- This season marked:
- The first season to air in two years.
- The first season to use the 1999 PBS Kids logo with Dot and Dash.
- The first season to use 3 Barney costumes.
- The last season to be produced by Lyrick Studios.
- The final appearances of Hannah, Chip, Linda, Stella the Storyteller, The Adventure Screen, and The Barney Bag. Stella would eventually return in the new content of The Best of Barney.
- The last time Barney is voiced by Bob West. David Joyner will continue to perform as the character until his departure in 2002.
- The last television appearances of Keesha, Danny, Emily, Robert, Jeff, Kim, Stephen, Jill, Scooter McNutty and Miss Etta Kette.
- The last season to take place at the school and the treehouse.
- The last season to use the credits with the shoes in front of the purple TV.
- The last season in which Dennis DeShazer served as executive producer.
- Despite the second half of the season airing in 2000, all 20 episodes were filmed and produced by 1999.
- "Itty Bitty Bugs" and "Five Kinds of Fun!" are the only Season 6 episodes to utilize the Barney costume from Season 5. This could possibly be because these were the first two episodes that were filmed for this season and the new Barney costume for this season wasn't completed yet when those two episodes were being filmed.
- Stephen starts wearing glasses this season.
- Hannah's ears were pierced this season.
- The names on the cubbies in the classroom from left to right are: Chris, Zach, Amy, Jeff, Robert, Keesha, Stephen, Hannah, Dennis, Jill/Linda, Emily, and Lauren. Jill and Linda share the same cubby.
- In this season, Scooter McNutty and Miss Etta Kette appear less frequently than they did the previous two seasons.
- Starting in this season, Mera Baker (Keesha) does the fundings for the show. Reruns of Season 4-5 would use her recording. Season 7-8 also use her recording. Along with Mera Baker (Keesha) doing the fundings for the show, the fundings itself have changed from "Barney & Friends was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the financial support of Viewers Like You and by (sponsors)" to "Barney & Friends was made possible by: (sponsors) and by contributions from your PBS stations from Viewers Like You! Thank You!" and This would last until the end of the series but with different backgrounds and announcers and sponsors.
Barney Doll Closing Shot
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