|A Really Kwanzaa Holiday|
|Season 4, Episode 19|
|Air date||January 13, 2002|
|Written by||Claudia Silver|
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
Richard A. Fernandes and Erica Levin (Produced by)
|Directed by||Dean Gordon|
Robert J. Lory (Booth P.A.)
Andrea Giles-Rich (Associate Director)
Barbara J. Howard, Adam Matalon and Thomas Ucciferri (Stage Managers)
|Playing Store||Tutter's Favorite Nursery Rhyme|
A Really Kwanzaa Holiday is the 19th episode of Season 4, 139th Holiday episode overall. This is a Kwanzaa episode from the Bear in the Big Blue House Christmas Special.
Plot[edit | edit source]
It's Kwanzaa at The Big Blue House and Bear thinks about seven candles we celebrate in the kitchen with his friends to enjoy, and Bear has a conversation with Treelo if you're not in the kitchen celebrating a holiday tradition, and Treelo has new food on Kwanzaa. In the Shadow Segment, Shadow's story "It's Kwanzaa Time" is recycled from "A Berry Bear Christmas Part 1", then Bear invites a Kwanzaa celebration.
Songs[edit | edit source]
- Good Morning (Shortened Version, Songs by Peter Lurye)
- The Tradition of Kwanzaa (Songs by Dave Kinnoin and David Yazbek, Score by Jared Faber and Julian Harris)
- Where Oh Where Oh Where Is Shadow? (Songs by Tyler Bunch)
- Happy Holidays! (During the Credits, Songs by Steve Charney)
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This Jon Ludwig story is repeated in the extended version of same video "A Berry Bear Christmas".
- Lindsey Aikens is still Script Supervisor.
Shadow's Appearance[edit | edit source]
Downstairs Hallway with the Guy and the Horse on the Yellow Rooftop Portrait