A jingle writer's honeymoon is derailed when he is forced to write a tune overnight while his new bride fantasizes about redecorating their home with telephones in Once Upon a Honeymoon (1956). Then in Night of the Blood Beast (1958), an astronaut recovering from a rocket crash discovers that alien embryos have been implanted in his abdomen. Concerned about their personal security, Crow and Tom taze, mace, and spray green dye all over Mike. Dr. F has a traumatic trombone recital thanks to Pearl's constant haranguing, but it turns out Crow is an awesome trombonist! Decorating with phones, Gypsy sings a little song. Pearl makes Dr. F apologize. Crow claims he's pregnant with the spawn of the Blood Beast. Crow's rant about babies disrupts Mike's attempts to read letters. Pearl wants Dr. F to act like a baby.
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The regular aired version has the production code 701, while the Turkey Day version has the production code 701T. See more
[as Alex, who's looking through a microscope then looks worried
My God, I'm pregnant.
Two versions of this episode were made:
- The 'Turkey Day' version which broadcast Thanksgiving 1995, has host segments where Dr. Forester has a Thanksgiving dinner with his mother Pearl Forester, Pitch, Mr. B Natural, and Jack Perkins.
- The general broadcast version, which aired when the episode re-ran, has completely different host segments, which focus on making fun of aspects of the film. The riffing during the short and film are the same in both version.
References Barney & Friends
Three Times a Lady
Written by Lionel Richie
Performed by Michael J. Nelson See more