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Barney & Friends Episode
Stop! Go!
Season 7, Episode 6

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Stop! Go!

Air date September 9, 2002
Written by Stephen White
Mark S. Bernthal
Directed by Fred Holmes
About
Theme Stop & Go
Characters Barney
Baby Bop
Gianna
Angela
Mario
Jamal
Bingo (cameo)
Officer Phillips
Episode Guide
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Bunches of Boxes
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Red, Yellow and Blue!

"Stop! Go!" is the sixth episode from the seventh season of Barney & Friends.

Plot

While Angela enjoys playing traffic cop in the park with her STOP and GO signs, Baby Bop gets a quick lesson in opposites - up/down, stop/go, in/out, and high/low. When Officer Phillips visits the park, Baby Bop signals her when to stop and go. Next, Bingo is the perfect playmate for Baby Bop's Stop & Go game. Barney and the kids enjoy a day of non-stop fun with a costume parade, a game of musical Stop & Go, and a display of some very vigorous body movements as they sing "Move Your Body". The fun doesn't stop when they slow their bodies down. Barney reads a playful version of "The Three Billy Goats Gruff" as the kids act out a fantasy version on the bridge. Finally, it's time to stop the activity and go home after a long day of non-stop fun!

Stories: Three Billy Goats Gruff

Song List

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. Walk Across the Street
  3. The Having Fun Song
  4. That Sounds Like an Opposite to Me!
  5. A Big Parade of Costumes
  6. The Little Bird
  7. Rig a Jig, Jig (Instrumental)
  8. Ddd
    Move Your Body
  9. I Love to Read
  10. I Love You

Trivia

Sprout Stop! go!

The Barney Doll and the signs

Video Releases

  • This episode was released on the episode video "All About Opposites".
  • This episode was released on DVD in Asia as a two pack along with the episode "It's Hot! It's Cold!".

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