|Barney Home Video|
|Barney's Good Day, Good Night|
|Release Date||November 11, 1997|
|Available on DVD||Not in the USA|
|Written by||Mark S. Bernthal|
|Directed by||Fred Holmes|
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Barney's Good Day, Good Night is a Barney Home Video that was released on November 11, 1997.
Plot EditBarney and the gang are playing outside on a beautiful sunny day in the playground. Robert tells Barney that he has always wanted to be able to stay up all night long just to see what happens at nighttime. The kids are in for some nighttime fun during the day with the help of Barney's special "Night Timer." When the lights go down, they all pretend that it is nighttime and get ready for bed by brushing their teeth and putting on their pajamas. Barney teaches them that there are some unusual sights and sounds associated with nighttime. After singing some of their favorite "nighttime" songs, the stars begin to fade and before they know it, the morning sun is shining once again.
Song List Edit
- Barney Theme Song
- Four Little Butterflies
- Mister Sun
- The Barney Bag
- What Makes a Flower So Pretty?
- Getting Ready For Bed
- Just One More Thing
- Brahms' Lullaby
- Listen to the Night Time
- Are You Sleeping?
- Aiken Drum
- Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
- Mister Sun (Reprise)
- I Love You
- This is the second home video to feature The Barney Bag. The first was Barney's Fun & Games.
- This is the second Barney & Friends home video that neither Baby Bop, nor BJ appear in.
- This video is the second to have the teaser tralier for Barney's Great Adventure.
- This was the first time Ashley appeared without her twin sister, Alissa.
- The squirrel from At Home with Animals returns in this video.
- It is revealed that in Barney's story, the little girl named Sarah has the same name as the real Sara Hickman who played Kristen.
- Kristen wears the same shirt in Tree-Mendous Trees.
- It is revealed partially in this episode that Kristen's favorite color is yellow, while the kids were making sun visors. The first color Kristen used for her visor was tellow.
- In Barney's Which Flower Are You? poem, Stephen was a marigold, Robert was a sunflower, Kristen was a daisy, and Ashley was a pansy.
- Even though BJ and Baby Bop don't apper in this video, Baby Bop is metioned when the kids were making sun visors.