|Barney Home Video|
|Come on Over to Barney's House|
|Release Date||August 15, 2000|
|Available on DVD||Yes|
|Written by||Stephen White|
|Directed by||Jeff Gittle|
|Run Time||50 Minutes|
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Come on Over to Barney's House is a Barney Home Video that was released on August 15, 2000.
Barney invites his friends, including the viewer, to his brand new house. Meanwhile, BJ and the Rockets are trying to come up with a new song/dance to go along with it.
- Barney (Body: David Joyner/Voice: Duncan Brannan/Tim Dever)
- Baby Bop (Body: Jeff Ayers/Voice: Julie Johnson)
- BJ (Body: Jeff Brooks/Voice: Patty Wirtz)
- Jeff (Austin Ball)
- Jill (Lana Whittington)
- Nick (Grayson Lee Vanover) (debut)
- Debi (Jasmine Woods) (only appearance)
- Wee Willie Winkie (Sonny Franks)
- Blue Jay (Josh Martin)
- Jack (Sonny Franks)
- Jill (Julie Johnson)
- Murray the Web-Surfing Mouse (Sam Williamson)
- Little Dog (Boomer)
- The Wolf (Sonny Franks)
- Imagine a Place
- Anything Can Happen
- Wee Willie Winkie
- Sour Pickle Face
- Keep Your Sneeze to Yourself
- Blue Jay Blues
- Jack and Jill
- Surfin' on the World Wide Web
- Oh, Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
- Look at Me, I'm Three
- Barney's Silly Pigs
- The Dino Dance
- I Love You
Main Article: Barney's Open House
Barney's Open House was a mall tour that originally toured at different malls in the United States from September 16, 2000 until November 4, 2000. The tour was to promote the home video "Come on Over to Barney's House" and the album, "Barney Rocks".
Main Article: Come On Over To Barney's House!
- According to the Barney website in 2000, this video was actually released on September 5, 2000.
- This video marked:
- As a prank, the beginning shows part of the Season 3 intro (without the text) to some opening chords, but the intro screen rips and shows a CGI world, not to mention a CGI animated Barney.
- Although Professor Tinkerputt is mentioned, he isn't seen in this video.
- Season 7 of "Barney & Friends" was originally going to take place at Barney's House, but "HIT Entertainment" scrapped it, so they could film it in the park.
- On June 12, 2001, this video was featured in the Blockbuster Exclusive video, "Moving and Grooving with Barney" (along with "Barney's Dino Dancin' Tunes").
- The DVD version of this video was included in the 2011 DVD set, "Play Date Pack".