|Season 2, Episode 7|
|Air date||January 9, 1998|
|Written by|| Claudia Silver|
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
|Directed by|| Mitchell Kriegman (and Created by and Executive Producer)|
Dean Gordon (Associate Director)
Richie Wirth and Dan Stewart (Technical Directors)
Tom Guadarrama and Brooke Haznedar (Video Operators)
Peter Hefter and Victor Smith (Audio Engineers)
Jim Washburn (Utility)
|A Good Way To Help It||Tutter's Tiny Trip|
Dance Fever! is the 7th episode of the second season, 47th episode overall.
It's a peaceful, relaxing day in The Big Blue House, or at least it would be if it wasn't for Treelo. While Ojo draws a picture, Pip and Pop create a still-life puzzle, Bear swings and Tutter naps, Treelo wants to dance-dance-dance! Nobody wants to join him at first, but Treelo's persistence soon has everyone dancing. First, Bear does The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha. Next, Tutter feels like doing the limbo. Later on, Grandma Flutter pays a visit. Treelo has finally become all tired up, but Grandma Flutter gets him up-and-going to do the mambo.
- The Bear Cha-Cha-Cha (Songs by Peter Lurye)
- Take it Lower and Dance Fever (Both Songs by David Yazbek and Peter Lurye)
- The Grandma Mambo and The Goodbye Song (Songs by Peter Lurye)
- Score by Julian Harris, Rob Curto and Peter Lurye
Bear's Sense of Smell Edit
This is the second episode main characters want to be part at the end of episode before Bear turns it off.
- There is no Shadow segment in this episode.
- Portions of the event of this episode were adapted for the book Time to Cha-Cha-Cha!.
- At one point in the episode, the song "Dance Fever" plays, and, oddly, yet coincidentally, it shares the same tune for "Spring Fever".