|Season 4, Episode 6|
|Air date||October 9, 2001|
|Written by|| Doug Cordell|
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
Mitchell Kriegman (Created by and Executive Producer)
|Directed by|| Dean Gordon (and Associate)|
Andrea Giles-Rich (Associate Director and Booth P.A.)
Keith Conod, Jack Cooke, Mike Moran and Jim Washburn (Utilities)
Adam Matalon (Stage Manager)
Thomas Ucciferri (Stage Manager)
Eugene Meienhofer (Gaffer)
|I Did That!||Show and Tell|
Colors Everywhere! is the 6th episode of the 4th season, 126th episode overall.
Bear spends the day his nose smelled like art (or arty), and Bear creates Ojo his finger painting in the kitchen with their friends, and Bear can make a good song about colors that mix together, and Bear doesn't know what mixing is, and Bear spends a lot of time in the living room with Pip and Pop, painting a perfect creation of artwork and Bear reminds you forgot to put more paint in the picture; water. Bear decides to tell Ojo about Colors mixing together in Ojo's Room, and Ojo just got a new coat of paint: the aquamarine. Bear has forgotten what a coat of paint is, then finds Shadow in the Upstairs Hallway. In the Shadow Segment, Shadow tells Bear a story "Roses are Red" now available in an extended version of new things, the 2 episodes were repeated from "A Wagon of a Different Color" and "Picture This". Then, Bear invites downstairs for a color invitation celebration of all the paintings we've created in the living room.
- Colors, Colors Everywhere! (Songs by Kristen Anderson and Jeff Marx)
- Roses are Red "Extended Version" (Used or Sung by Shadow) [Flashback: A Wagon of a Different Color] (Music and Lyrics by Tyler Bunch and Peter Lurye)
- The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha (Music and Lyrics by Peter Lurye)
- During Shadow's "Roses are Red" nursery rhyme, it has an extended version.
Production Code Edit
402 (season 4, episode 2, 122nd episode overall)
- When Bear reads "Colors", there are only 5 paint cans. Also, the "OL" is squished into one paint can instead of just 6 paint cans.
- The color of two Bedroom Doors in the hallway are green.