The peace and quiet of an otherwise typical day is shattered when BJ arrives on the scene playing his favourite drum! Barney and his friends show BJ that a drum is much more than just a noisemaker. A clapping game demonstrates the concept of rhythm and the group discovers other rhythms around them - ranging from heartbeats to jump rope games. A reading activity introduces the children to drums from many lands, and thanks to the Barney Bag, everyone gets to create a rhythm instrument of his or her own! Barney introduces a special Native American friend who shows how the drum is important to Native American culture.
Educational Theme: Rhythms
- Barney Theme Song
- Jack and Jill
- BJ's Song
- The Clapping Song
- Listen When People Talk
- The Barney Bag
- Looby Loo
- The Butterfly Dance
- Boom, Boom, Ain't it Great to Be Crazy?
- I Love You
- Barney has his Season 3 voice and Late 1993/1994-1997 costume.
- BJ has his Season 3 voice and 1997-2002 costume.
- The Barney costume used in this episode was also seen in "Our Furry Feathered Fishy Friends".
- This is another time on the series something happens to the Barney doll before coming to life. It was when the Barney doll fell down out of the lookout on the slide after the block tower collapsed because of all of that booming. Then, the Barney doll went down the slide as it forms into live Barney.
- When this episode aired on Treehouse Telvision, "Listen When People Talk" is sung, but cut short.
- The is another episode where time lapse is used. In "Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great To Be Crazy", Chip, Ashley and Hannah are in their crazy costumes while staring at the camera. There is also a movable freeze frame of Chip in a crazy costume while holding toys.
- This is another episode to feature only one boy (Chip).