- January: The product line Barney for Baby is released to stores.
- January 25: Barney For Baby: Love and Lullabies and More Barney Songs DVD are both released to stores.
- March 21: Barney's Rhyme Time Rhythm is released to stores.
- April 14: Season 6 finale
- May 16: Barney's Super Singing Circus is released to stores.
- August 15: Come on Over to Barney's House VHS and Barney Rocks! are both released to stores.
- September 5: Come on Over to Barney's House DVD is release to stores and Barney's Dino Dancin' Tunes is available as a bonus video on the Come on Over to Barney's House DVD.
- September 16: Barney's Open House begins touring at the Northtown Mall in Blaine, Minnesota.
- September 26: Barney's Greatest Hits is released to stores.
- October 17: Barney's Night Before Christmas is re-released and has new previews.
- November 4: Barney's Open House ends it's tour at the Collin Creek Mall in Plano, Texas.
- November 23: Barney, Baby Bop, and BJ perform a Christmas Medley at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
- December 26: Be My Valentine, Love Barney is released to stores.
- The final production year to utilize the school set. Future videos You Can Be Anything, Barney's Beach Party, and Round and Round We Go were filmed this year, thus making this the final year in which the production of Dennis DeShazer serves as an executive producer.
Barney & Friends
Season Six Episodes
Cast & Crew
- Barney (Body: David Joyner, Voice: Bob West)
- Baby Bop (Body: Jeff Ayers/Jennifer Romano, Voice: Julie Johnson)
- BJ (Body: Jeff Brooks/Kyle Nelson, Voice: Patty Wirtz)
- Hannah (Marisa Kuers)
- Kristen (Sara Hickman)
- Stephen (Chase Gallatin)
- Kim (Erica Rhodes)
- Keesha (Mera Baker)
- Robert (Angel Velasco)
- Chip (Lucien Douglas)
- Jeff (Austin Ball)
- Danny (Jeffrey Hood)
- Emily (Hannah Owens)
- Linda (Adrianne Kangas)
- Jill (Lana Whittington)
- Nick (Grayson Lee Vanover) (debut)
- Debi (Jasmine Woods) (debut)
- Mr. Boyd (Robert Sweatman)
- Stella the Storyteller (Phyllis Cicero)
- Scooter McNutty (voiced by Todd Duffey)
- Miss Etta Kette (voiced by Brice Armstrong)
- Dennis DeShazer
- Tim Clott
- Sloan Coleman
- Stephen White
- Mark S. Bernthal (wrote You Can Be Anything in 2000)
- Perri Verdino-Gates
- Shields Freeman
- Sandra J. Payne
- Noreen Davis
- Evan Viola
- Fred Holmes
- Jeff Gittle
- Steven Feldman
- Jim Rowley
- Alexander Laughton
- Penny Wilson (Performance Director)
- Jim Rowley (Supervising Producer)
- Ben Vaughn (Senior Consulting Producer)
- Linda Houston (Consulting Producer)
- Jeff Gittle (Senior Producer)
- Joe Phillips/Joseph Phillips
- Bob Singleton
- David Bernard Wolf