Barney's Great Adventure (1998) - full transcript

Mom and dad dump son Cody, daughter Abby, her best friend Marcella and a baby on the farm with Grandpa and Grandma. Purple dinosaur Barney soon appears to entertain kids, and when a large colorful egg deposited on a farm by a shooting star is accidentally carted off, Barney and kids start their chase for it.

BARNEY: Ho, ho, ho, oh, boy.

It looks like everybody's here.

BJ: Oh, man, this is gonna be so cool.

BABY BOP: Oh, I can't wait to
eat popcorn and sing along.

Oh, and see the movie.


BARNEY: Well, then, here we go!

BJ: Roll' em.


Are we there yet?

Your turn.

No, not yet, Marcella.

Oh, it's taking too long.

What's your hurry?
They're dumping us for a whole week.

Ah, come on, Cody.
You're gonna have a great time.

You can help Grandpa with the farm chores
like, uh, milking the chickens.


Get the doll out of my face.

BOTH: Talk to the hand 'cause
the face ain't home,

leave a message at the tone "beep."


Do you like dinosaurs?

What about them?

That's Barney.

I know that's Barney.
The whole world knows that's Barney

and he's a stuffed doll.

You're wrong. Barney can walk and talk.

And sing and dance.

Batteries not included.


Sing and dance?

We use our imaginations.

Your imaginations!

That's kid stuff.

That's all right.

We are kids.


DAD: Hey, look! Merrivale Apple Day Festival!

Parade, circus,
hot-air balloon, fireworks. Wow!

It's tomorrow!
Can Grandma and Grandpa bring us?

-Well, maybe, but don't count on it, okay?

Oh, great! The one good thing to do in town,
and we'll probably miss it.


Ida, the kids are here, shake a leg now.

They're here?

Oh, my goodness!

George, do I look all right?

Beautiful as always,
uh, touch of flour on your nose.

Is that better?


Come on.

ABBY: Grandma! Grandpa!

GRANDPA: Ooh, Abby!

MOM: Oh! Hi!

Marcella, this is Abby's grandfather.

Welcome, Marcella.

How you doing?

MOM: Are you sure you
can handle the kids for a couple of days?

GRANDPA: Yes, yes,
don't worry. Everything will be okay.

GRANDPA: Cody, tiger! Come on.

CODY: You don't need cable T.V.
on a farm, Cody.

You'll have scenery to look at.


Yeah, great scenery.

Cody, oh, Cody.


It's me, Barney.
Won't you come play with me?


We can play a nice game of pretend.

Well, great, then you
can pretend that I'm playing with you.

Well, okay, Mr. Grouchy.

For a guy who
thinks he's cool, you're sure no fun.

No fun.


Fun, okay!

I'll show you fun.


He's gone.

How did he do that?

See ya.

Where did he go now?

The attic.

There he goes.

Caught you.

Were you chasing me?

Yes, now can we have Barney back?

Do I know a Barney?

Cody, where is he?

I don't know, Abigail.
Why don't you use your imagination?

-Okay, I will.
-Me, too.


Gee, no Barney.
Maybe you're not trying hard enough.




A towel, please!

Thank you, Marcella.

He knows my name.

Oh, and thank you, Cody.

It's so nice to
have a shower after a long car trip.

Now, what were we playing before, Abby?

We were playing
a game of pretend. Remember?

All right! I just love to pretend.

why don't we go play in the barn?

Great! Oh, boy.

He's so big! It's Barney the dinosaur!

A dinosaur?

A dinosaur! Barney the dinosaur?

(SINGING) Do they wobble to and fro?

Can you tie them in a knot?

Can you tie them in a bow?

Can you throw them over your shoulder

Like a continental soldier?

Do your ears hang low?



What do you think you're doing?

Uh, who, me?

Yeah, you.

What is this? Some kind of a joke?

I wouldn't call it a joke.

But we are having fun.

Lots of fun.

Look, pal, real dinosaurs don't talk,

and real dinosaurs don't laugh.


'Cause there
aren't any real dinosaurs anymore.

Oh, well, I'm as real as your imagination.

Oh, ho, ho... Whoops! And that's something...

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

-But that doesn't explain...

You don't have to explain.


(SINGING) Close your eyes and you will find

There are pictures in your mind

Things that you can see and feel

All those things are very real

Doesn't matter where you are

Make believe and there you are

You can be most anywhere

When your imagination takes you there

Imagine you're a cuckoo clock

I'm not a cuckoo clock.

All day long, you go tick tock, tick tock

GIRLS: Close your eyes and wish real hard

BARNEY: A cuckoo clock is what you are!

That's right.

Imagine you're a bird that flies

I'm not a bird that flies.

ABBY: Soaring high up through the sky

GIRLS: Spread your wings and feel so free


A bird is what you're bound to be

BARNEY AND GIRLS: Imagine, imagine

And you can be anything you choose

Imagine, imagine

Just be sure you never lose the power to

Imagine you're an elephant

ABBY: I'm a giant elephant

GIRLS: Carrying a big long trunk


ABBY: It's with me everywhere I go


Who's to say it isn't so?

Let's go!

What do you think you're doing?


Stop, stop, Barney!

GIRLS: Bye, see you later.

Can't catch me.

Think you can get away! Come on.


Missed me!

CODY: Come back here.

ABBY: Come on, Marcella.

ABBY: I'm sliding down a chimney

I don't see any chimney.

Woopie! Whee! Look at me!

That's a hay chute.

GIRLS: No, it's not.


It's what they say it is!

GIRLS: That's what!

BARNEY AND GIRLS: Imagine, imagine

And life becomes a wonderful surprise

Imagine, imagine

And dreams appear before your eyes

BARNEY: Doesn't matter where you are

Make believe and there you are

You can be most anywhere

When your imagination takes you there


Okay, Barney, you're really here.

But in my imagination
you're about to disappear.

GIRLS: Cody!


I do not believe in you.


That's okay, Cody.

I believe in you.

Barney the dinosaur is not in this barn.

I'm telling you, Barney's in your barn.

GRANDMA: I know, Cody,
you told us at dinner.

GRANDPA: Several times.

CODY: Listen to me, Grandma, Grandpa.

Barney the dinosaur is in your barn.

Isn't he?


Barney likes your barn.

Well, I'm glad he likes it.

Marcella, don't leave
your little doll out there all night.

Barney isn't just a little doll.

He's very big.

Oh, sure, he's big now,
but you just wait. These fads come and go.

Now, Cody, I did notice at the table
that someone ate like a dinosaur tonight.

Handsome fellow
like me have to be careful what I eat.

Got to watch my figure.

I don't want to lose my girlfriend.

Cody, I first met your grandmother
when I was about your age.

We were childhood sweethearts.

(SINGING) Let me call you sweetheart

I'm in love with you

Let me hear you whisper

That you love me too

Keep the love light glowing

In your eyes so blue

Let me call you sweetheart

I'm in love with you

Come on, handsome,
you help me with the dishes now.

Oh, gee, I'd like to but, uh,
that dishwater makes my fingers all wrinkly.


That's fine. It'll just match
your sweet wrinkly face.

-Come on.


Oh, Cody, you watch
that barn for anymore dinosaurs. Okay?

Funny, real funny.

You tell him, Cody.

Pretty night, huh?


Oh, yeah.

It's me...

Hey, whoa!


CODY: Get me out of here, Barney.



Sure you are.

MARCELLA: That was funny.

Where are your grandparents?

You just missed them.

Well, I'm sure I'll see them soon.

Yeah, but will they see you?

Barney, can you push us on the swing?

I'd be happy to.

Ralph, a little guitar music please.


(SINGING) Twinkle, twinkle, little star

How I wonder what you are

Up above the world so high

Like a diamond in the sky

Twinkle, twinkle, little star

How I wonder what you are

You know this song, so, sing along.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star

How I wonder what you are

Up above the world so high

Like a diamond in the sky

Twinkle, twinkle, little star

How I wonder what you are


Whoa! Awesome finish.

Actually, I think it was a flea.


Come on, Barney,
we're gonna go play in the attic.

We're pretending it's a castle.

Oh, boy!

ABBY: I'm gonna be the princess.

MARCELLA: I'm gonna be the knight.

Aren't you going to play, Cody?

What? Some stupid pretend game?

No way!

Definitely not cool.


Well, uh, what do you think is cool?

Rock singers who spit fire,

professional wrestling, real stuff.

Oh, I see.

But, you know, Cody, even for grownups

the real adventures in life start with a dream.

A dream?

Prove it!

Oh, you can only prove it to yourself, Cody.

But you could start, um...

Ah, you could start by wishing on a star.

(SCOFFS) A star? As if.

Stars are only glowing balls of gas
a zillion miles from here.

But I think there is
a very special wishing star in the sky tonight.

And it's right about there.


Want me to make a wish?

I'll make a wish.

I wish, wish...

I wish I could have
a real adventure this summer.

Do things that no one else has done before.

That would be cool.

How's that for a wish, Barney?




Man, I must be losing it.






ABBY: Come on, Marcella.

Come back here!


Um, what are you
gonna do on a farm dressed like that?

As little as possible
and try not to get dirt on my new shoes.





-BOTH: Barney!
-Come on, let's go!

Hi there.

You look...

BARNEY: Oh, thank you, Cody! So do you.

Well, we better
get started having fun right now.

GIRLS: Yeah! Let's go!

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

And on his farm he had a cow, EE-I-EE-I-O

With a "moo-moo" here
and a "moo-moo" there

Here a "moo," there a "moo,"
everywhere a "moo-moo"

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

Oh, man.

And on his farm he had a goat, EE-I-EE-I-O

With a "baa-baa" here, and a "baa-baa" there

Here a "baa," there a "baa,"
everywhere a "baa-baa"

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

And on his farm he had a chicken, EE-I-EE-I-O

With a "cluck, cluck" here
and a "cluck, cluck" there

Here a "cluck,"
there a "cluck," everywhere a "cluck, cluck"

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

And on his farm he had a pig, EE-I-EE-I-O

Oh, no!


With a "oink oink" here
and a "oink oink" there

Here a "oink,"
there a "oink," everywhere a "oink oink"

Old Macdonald had a farm, EE-I-EE-I-O

Get out of here! Go!



In here.

Oh, oh, oh.

What's going on?




ABBY: It looks like some sort of egg.

It's too big to come from the chickens.

Maybe it was a big giant chicken.

Or not. What?

ALL: Wow!

ABBY: Look at the colors!

It's glowing!


-How is it doing that?
-That's amazing!

-ABBY: Wow!


It's huge.

Wow! Look at the pink.

Well, what kind of egg is it?

I don't know, but it looks okay.

Not any cracks or anything.

Barney, have you ever seen an egg like this?

Um, well...

To tell you the truth, I, uh...

Hey, maybe your grandma would know.

Let's go ask her.



Wait for me!

I just, um, oh!

Hello! My name is Baby Bop,
and I'm looking for my blankie.

It's lost. Have you seen it?

It's this big, and
it's really, really soft and it's yellow.

Do you know where my blankie is?

Oh, oh, you do?

Oh, where is it?


It's this way?

Oh, oh! This way?

Are you sure?

Okay, thank you very much.

Oh, bye-bye.

I got to find that blankie.

Wait till Grandma sees this!

Wait till Grandma sees this.


Oh, the baby! I better go up and check on him.


Grandma, Grandpa!
Cody found an egg in the barn.

Yes, of course, we have lots of eggs.

But this is not a chicken egg.

It isn't?

Let's see it.

Well, Barney has it.

Right, where's Barney?

I'll go find out.

Make sure they don't go anywhere.

You have to see this egg.

Yes, of course, dear.

Yes, it's really big, and it has colors and...

Well, that doesn't
sound like one of our chicken eggs.

BOTH: It isn't!

Well, in that case, you'd
better talk to our neighbor, Mildred Goldfinch.

-The bird lady?

What bird lady?

Oh, she'd love to see you, I bet.

We met her last year, she's terrific.

She's a bird watcher, dear,

and I think she
knows everything about eggs and birds.

Why don't you children go on over there?

-Yeah, come on.
-Great, let's go!

I will get this old wet diaper off of you,
and you'll feel much better.


What? You're tired of the same old look?

BARNEY: Well, I think I can help with that.

(SINGING) If you're happy
and you know it, clap your hands

If you're happy and you know it
clap your hands

That's it!

If you're happy and you know it
then your face will surely show it

If you're happy and you know it
clap your hands

You look terrific.

Very dashing.

You like your hat?


So, there you are.

Where'd you go?

Oh, I heard Fig crying,
so, I came up to check...

Never mind.

I'm taking you to
see my grandparents right now.

Oh, good.

Bye, Fig!

Oh, Grandma will be in in a second. Okay?

Hey, wait for me!

We'll be needing this.

-Where are you going?
-Oh, hi!

To take the egg to Miss Goldfinch.

-Hurry up.

I want Grandma
and Grandpa to see him right now.



Come along, Agnes.

MARCELLA: Do we have much further to go?

I don't think so.

I don't remember it looking like this last year.



MARCELLA: Maybe we're lost.

ABBY: Barney?


Look what I found.

That way.

There is no "that way."

BARNEY: Oh, I think there is.




A beautiful house.

ALL: Awesome!

Jumping jay birds,
looks like we have company calling.


I remember you.

You're Abby.

And you're Tody.


-I'm sorry.
-It's okay.

And this is my friend, Marcella.

-Please to meet you, Marcella.
-Ditto, Ms. Goldfinch.

-And this is our personal friend...
-Oh, wait, don't tell me.

A purple plumed Peruvian parrot.


Ms. Goldfinch, um, Barney's a dinosaur.


If you two are about done,
I have a question about an egg.


I'd hate to be the bird who laid that egg.

I found it over at my grandparents farm.

I'm not sure what kind of egg this is.

We'll have to bring it
inside my house to check it out.

Oh, okay.






ABBY: Oh, it's an elevator.

BARNEY: It's great!

MARCELLA: Where'd all the birds come from?

ABBY: People from all over the world
send her birds that are sick.

And once I help them get well,
most of them want to stay.

I tell you, I buy birdseed by the barrel.

Thank you.

(CAWS) Birdseed by the Barrel.

How you doing today, Ms. Goldfinch?

Hey, Mr. Millet.

GOLDFINCH: He owns Birdseed by the Barrel.
He's making his weekly delivery.



CODY: What a cool...

BARNEY: Oh, it's amazing.

ABBY: Look at all the furniture up there.
BARNEY: Oh, wow.

BARNEY: It's like a museum.

-Oh, look at that.
-Look at that.

MARCELLA: Look over there.


GOLDFINCH: This is my library.

And this is my collection of empty egg shells.

Everything from hummingbirds to ostriches.

Oh, egg-cellent.

Well, if we wanna find out, we've surely come
to the right place, haven't we?

(CAWING) Excuse me.

Can you tell us what's inside the egg?

Tell us what it is

Ms. Goldfinch, what's inside the egg?

You are such a whiz!

Please don't ask me, I can't even guess

Hey, don't drop it! There'll be such a mess!

When we found it, we were so impressed

And we wonder what's inside it

We can't see you, who's inside it?

Look around you, tell me what you see

Miles and miles of books

Somewhere there we're sure to find the key

CODY: We're no pile of schnooks!

GIRLS: It's so gorgeous, really quite a catch

And I wonder when it's gonna hatch

Maybe this time, Cody's met his match

I don't think so.

And we wonder what's inside it

We can't see you, who's inside it?

It's so pretty with its colored ring

I just hope it doesn't have a sting

What if it's a horrid reptile thing?

-Sorry, Barney.
-Oops. That's okay.

And we wonder what's inside it

We can't see you, who's inside it?

Maybe it's a baby chimpanzee

Maybe it's a dinosaur like me!

Maybe it's a fluffy little duck.

So far, we aren't having any luck.

Maybe it's a cousin of E.T.'s

A tiny hummingbird!

Cody, you are such a silly tease

This is quite absurd

ABBY: We are searching every single page

Maybe we should put it in a cage.

Maybe that might put it in a rage

And we wonder what's inside it

We can't see you, who's inside it?

Don't you think that this is lots of fun?

Dreams are fancy-free!

CHILDREN: And I feel the fun has just begun

Just you wait and see

CODY: There's nothing here that we can find.

One more book and I'm going blind

ABBY: But it seems that we don't really mind

And we wonder what's inside it

We can't see you, who's inside it?

Let's make sure we don't run out of steam

We must stick together as a team!

Then we know we're sure to find our dream

ALL: And we wonder what's inside it

We can't see you, who's inside it?


That's funny.

Okay, who's playing games here?

Did you see what I saw?

Yeah, I think I saw what you see.

Forget the see-saw, that egg moved.

ABBY: Whoa! Another ring is lighting up.

ALL: Whoa!

GIRLS: Oh, man!

You have anything
like that in one of your books?


And we have looked in every single one.

Wait a second.

What's that?

Oh, that old thing.

I just use that book to keep the chair from
wiggling. I don't even know its title.

Maybe that's because it doesn't have a title.


BARNEY: But there is a picture on the cover.


Well, what does it say?

that there is a dream-maker inside.


Come on!

Well, what does a...

A dream-maker look like?

I don't know.

A lot of pages are missing.

What does it say?

Every thousand years
or so, an egg falls from the skies.

Inside the shell, the dream-maker
prepares its big surprise.

A visitor from days gone by,
who has a gift to share,

for boys and girls
around the world, for children everywhere.

But mark you well,
the very spot where first the egg is found.

For when the colors, all have changed

it must hatch on this ground.

Barney, what does she mean?

Well, the egg will hatch
when all five of these rings light up.

But it will only hatch
in the very spot where Cody found it.

In the barn.

-Hovering hummingbirds, you are right.

There's three more to go.

Oh, you better get
that egg back to the barn right away.

Oh, come on, you are dreaming
if you think that...

Cody, be careful!

BARNEY: Oh, no!


-No, no!

-No. Stop.


-Go, go, go.
-CODY: I'm taking the fast way.

See you, Ms. Goldfinch.

BARNEY: No, wait, Mr. Millet.

-Mr. Millet, stop!
-BARNEY: You've got our egg!

-GIRLS: Stop!
-BARNEY: No, no.

Mr. Millet!

GOLDFINCH: Come back here,
Mr. Millet, please.

Let's get on the horse and go.

But we can't all ride on Agnes.

Think I have an idea.


What is it?


-All right!
-Great idea.

Okay, Agnes, it's all up to you.

Just use your imagination.



You expect a horse to use his imagination?

A horse.

Why, of course.


Oh, cool!

How do you like it?

Hi, ho, Agnes, away!



CODY: Yeah!
BARNEY: Oh, boy!

BABY BOP: Excuse me.

I said, excuse me.

Oh, that's better.

I'm looking for my blankie.

It's this big.

And it's really, really soft, and it's yellow.

Do you know where my blankie is?

CROWD: No, we don't.

Oh, well...

Thank you.

Okay, you can go on now.


ALL: Mr. Millet!




BARNEY: Go after it.

Excuse me, pardon.


Oh! Oh, no.






Hi. Thank you.


Oh, I gotta get driving lessons.

Hey, Barney, long time no see.

Hey, good to see ya.

Oh, my.

-CHILDREN: Barney, where are you?
-Oh, excuse me!

CHILDREN: Where are you, Barney?

-CHILDREN: Barney!
-Oh, here you are.

Oh, I'm fine.

Let's go get the egg.

Oh, wait a minute.

What is it, Barney?

What are the rules about crossing the street?

Always look both ways.

That's right.

Okay. First we look this way.

And what do you know,
there's nothing coming.

And then we look that way and...



Look at the fancy dance
right on top of the egg.

-Oh, I can't look.
-Tell me when it's over.

BARNEY: Oh, that's very impressive.

Hey, don't scramble our egg.

BARNEY: Oh, look, it's turning green.

That's number three.

Oh, just two more to go.

CODY: Hey, where'd it go?

I don't know.

ABBY: Look! There it is.

-MARCELLA: No, mister, don't do it.


CHILDREN: No, mister, no!

BARNEY: No, after it. Come on!

CODY: This way, let's go.

Oh, hurry.

Oh, there it goes.

Wide open! Touchdown!

(LAUGHS) Yeah!


BJ makes the play of the game.

The world's greatest football player, BJ. Yeah!

-Great catch, BJ.

-You should see me throw.

-Oh, no.



It's on that woman's hat.

Well, she's going into that restaurant.

are we waiting for? Let's go.

Go, quick. After her.

Oh, man, I'm really, really sorry.

Oh, that's okay, BJ.
You didn't mean to do anything wrong.

But, Barney, I...

I gotta go. Bye. Wait for me.



Where is she?

I don't see it.

BARNEY: Very fancy.

There it is.

CODY: Let's go get it!

Welcome to Chez Snobbe.

Come right this way please.

Where is the egg?

We're just gonna have to look.

I can create a little distraction
to get everyone's attention.

Man, they are
gonna throw us out of here for sure.

Well, what exactly are you gonna do, Barney?


-Where'd he go?

ABBY: Barney? Where is he?


Ladies and gentlemen.

On behalf of Chez Snobbe,

I'd like to invite you
to sing along with one of the all-time great

musical masterpieces.



(SINGING) If all the raindrops
were lemon drops and gumdrops

Oh, what a rain that would be

What's he doing up there?

Standing outside with my mouth open wide

-Oh, that's the distraction!
-Oh, that's the plan!

Yeah, come on, guys.

Oh, what a rain that would be

If all the snowflakes
were candy bars and milkshakes

-Ew, not in there.
-Oh, what a snow that would be

-Enjoy your thing.
-Standing outside with my mouth open wide

If all the snowflakes
were candy bars and milkshakes

Oh, what a snow that would be

Ew, snails. You really eat this stuff?

If all the raindrops
were lemon drops and gumdrops

Oh, what a rain that would be

Standing outside with my mouth open wide

If all the raindrops
were lemon drops and gumdrops

Oh, what a rain that would be

If all the raindrops
were lemon drops and gumdrops

Oh, what a rain that would be

Standing outside with my mouth open wide

If all the raindrops
were lemon drops and gumdrops

Oh, what a rain...
Oh, what a rain... Oh, what a rain that would



CHILDREN: We looked all over.
We can't find it anywhere.

-Look, there it is.

Quick, after it!

Thank you. Thank you.



Barney, here it is.

May I?


Where's the egg?

-Oh, that great big colorful thing?

-We put it in a to-go sack.

We sent it back to the clowns at the circus.


WAITER: They have been playing tricks
on us ever since they got to town.

It's one of their take-out orders.

Wait until they crack it open.

What? Oh, I don't like the sound of that.

Come on, everybody. Good night.

Thank you.

-There you go.
-Thank you.

And you!

It's got to be in one of those bags.

Let's split up. I'll go with Marcella.

And you two go together.


Wait, this way.

Did you see an egg
about this big, has stripes on it?

No, no.

Look, look in the bag.

Turn it...


Very colorful stripes around it.

-Sure, have you seen that?

Have you seen our egg? It's about this big.


Mister, have you seen our egg?

-It has colorful rings on it.

Excuse me, could you help me out?
I'm looking for an egg.

-I really need to find it.




-Did you find it?
-Did you guys find it?

I didn't see it anywhere.

There it is, there it is.

BARNEY: Oh, quick. Get it! Get it!

Hurry, get it.

ALL: Oh, no!

BARNEY: There it goes!
ABBY: Hurry.

ABBY: Somebody catch it!

BARNEY: Nice bounce.

No, stop it. No!

Go after it!

Excuse me.


You caught me by surprise,
my large purple friend.

I like surprises.

Surprises are for birthdays.

And birthdays go with cakes.

-But Mister...

What is it, young lady?

That's our egg you're juggling.

That's good. I like eggs.

Eggs are for breakfast and
that means frying pans.

It's a dream-maker.

Please, I'm worried about it.

Well, young lady,
if there is a sudden gust of gravity,

will the dream-maker bounce?

-Then we are both worried about it.

There is a way to stop.

Called the Peking duck trick.

How does that go?

The Peking duck trick goes like this:
First, you all close your eyes.

-Are you peeking?
-BOTH: No.

Then duck.

ALL: Whoa!

Where'd it go?

Where's the egg?

CHILDREN: Where's the egg?

CODY AND ABBY: Where is the juggler?


-Oh, great.
-Oh, no.

-Come on, let's go!
-CODY: Come on, we're gonna get wet.

-Come on!
-Let's get under the tent. Come on.

Oh, sorry. Hurry!

This is not good.

MARCELLA: It's just gone.

We've lost the egg again
and this time we are never going to find it.

Well, don't give up.

When the rain stops,
we can look around some more,

and then maybe we can find it.

We already looked around.

We're not gonna find it.

We've lost it.

You don't even wanna find it.

You never did.

-No, I...
-It was crazy kid stuff.

-Wait, no.
-What's wrong with just being a kid, Cody?

What's wrong with that?


Cheer up, Abby.

We'll find that egg.


(SINGING) When it looks like
all is lost and you're feeling really sad

It doesn't do a bit of good
to keep on feeling bad

Just make up your mind
that you're gonna see it through

And soon I know you'll find
that you can make your dreams come true

We're gonna find a way

We're a super-dee-duper team

And when we stick together
there's no storm we can't weather

No matter how dark it may seem

We're gonna find a way

We're gonna save the day

We'll solve the situation with our imagination

We're gonna find a way

When things are going wrong

We can make our own good luck

The only time we ever fail
is when we just give up

Don't be a quitter now
there's some tricks left up our sleeve

We'll get through this somehow
if we can only just believe

ALL: We're gonna find a way

We're a super-dee-duper team

That's it.

And when we stick together
there's no storm we can't weather

No matter how dark it may seem

We're gonna find a way

We're gonna save the day

We'll solve the situation with our imagination


We're gonna find a way


I don't know where that egg is
but I'm not gonna be a quitter.

Me neither.


Sure, Ab. We'll find that egg.

We won't quit looking till we do.

That's the spirit.

Hey, look. A sun shower.

Here we go.

One for you, one for you. One for you.

And one for me.

MARCELLA: So, where do we go next?

CODY: Come on, let's find the egg.

Excuse me, bub.

I heard about your little problem.

Just what is it you're looking for?

Well, it's a really big egg and...

About this big?

-CODY: Yeah, where is it?
-I think I saw something like that.

Let me see.

Yup, there it is.


Clear over that way. By the balloons.

-Oh, great. Thanks.
-CHILDREN: Thank you, bye.


-Let's go, let's go.

Oh, we might be able to catch it.

CODY: Come on.

MARCELLA: They're balloons.
BARNEY: Balloons.


Help, please.

-Hey, come back.
-Look, there's the egg.

BARNEY: That's ring number four.
Only one more to go.

-CHILDREN: Come back!

Oh, you can't take our egg.

Come back. No.

Now we are never gonna get it back in time.

Yes, we will.

It's gonna take some imagination.

Right, Barney?


-Right, yes.
-What'd you say?

Come on.

Cody, did you really say imagination?

Yeah, it's been kind of an unusual day, okay?

Now, I think you should all climb abroad.

Okay, all aboard the log.


We're gonna pretend that this is the fastest,
coolest airplane in the whole world.

You think a log can fly?

We gotta try.

Okay, I will.

Here goes.

Prepared for take-off, Captain.

Make believe, make believe.

Flying with the wind in our hair.

Come on.

Flying should be easy.

It's kid stuff.

-Come on.

We can do this. We can.

I think we need your help.

I'd like you to pretend that we can really fly.

Let's all do it together. Ready?

One, two, three, now.

It's working!

Thank you.

Yes. I don't know how to fly.

-Oh, no.
-Watch out!

-BARNEY: Whoa! Look out!

BARNEY: Whoa, nice balloons.

Where you going?

BARNEY: Excuse us,
flying through. Excuse me.

-Take us to the balloon!
-It's hard.

BARNEY: Hi, there. How you doing?


Whoa, nice flying, Cody.

I could have done that with my eyes closed.

In fact, I did.

Hey, mister. Mister!

ABBY: Mister, over here.

ALL: Mister, look over here.

MARCELLA: Mister, over here.

-That's a splendid ship you're flying.
-Thank you.

But you have our egg.

Egg? What egg? Where?

Hanging off your balloon.

Ah, that's my new ballast I just picked up.

Gotta keep the old ship steady, you know.

Yeah, but somehow
our egg got mixed up with your ballast.

What's ballast?

See, I traveled
all over the world, collecting things.

This is the most
beautiful egg I have ever seen.

But if it's yours, you better have it back.

-Position your craft under mine.

All right.

Good luck!

GIRLS: Oh, no, he let it go too soon.

BARNEY: Oh! Come on, Cody, get under it.

-Faster, Cody, faster.

I'm gonna break the sound barrier.



BARNEY: We're almost there. Keep going.

Come on!

Gotta catch it.

-Got it! Yeah!
-That's it!


Cody, the plane.


George, what is that?

It won't pull up.


My stars, what happened?

-Are you all right?
-You kids okay?

We're fine.
We just had sort of a bumpy landing.

Cody forgot to put landing wheels
on his make-believe airplane.

Hmm, wheels. Wheels would be good.

What kind of game were
you kids playing out here?

We weren't exactly playing, Grandpa.

And we weren't even here most of the time.

See, we took that big old egg
over to Ms. Goldfinch.

The bird-lady.

And her book said that it was a dream-maker

and that we needed
to bring it back to the farm.

Only it took a ride
on the truck and then Barney...

The dinosaur.

He helped us chase it
but it rolled under a parade.

So, we went to a French restaurant.

But at the circus,
the egg got tied to a balloon.

Not a little balloon.

CHILDREN: A big one.

So, we made this log into an airplane...

Slow down, children, children.

Cody, I think you better start at the beginning.

-The very beginning?

The very beginning.

Okay, Grandma and Grandpa,
I'd like you to meet a friend of ours.

Barney the dinosaur.



Yes, I know.

A lot of hay.


-Hi, Barney.
-BARNEY: Hi, guys.

What is it? Where did it come from?

Look out below. Yahoo!


Hi, guys, was that cool or what?


Hi, BJ.

All right.

-Did you see me, guys, huh?
-GRANDPA: Hold it!

Let's start over again.
This is all about an egg?

That's right.

Hey, where is it?

It's right here.

Got away from us for a while,
but we finally found it.

Oh, my!

What's it doing?

BARNEY: The very last ring is lighting up.

It's time for the dream-maker to hatch.

Quick, Cody, you gotta put the egg back
exactly where you found it.

BARNEY: Hurry! Come on!

The egg was right here in the...



Oh, look, I found my blankie.


Pretty cool.

ALL: Baby Bop, all right!

Did I do something good?

ALL: Yeah.



BABY BOP: It's wiggling.


ALL: Wow!

BARNEY: It's cracking.

Looks like a rainbow.

It's everywhere.

It's hatching.

MARCELLA: Come on!

Oh, he's so cool.


Oh, it's wonderful.

It's a baby what?

Pretty super!

-Put him on my blankie.
-BARNEY: Okay.


-Here you go, little fellow.




Hi there.

Hi, what's your name?

-It's trying to tell us its name.


Sounds like twinkle-twinkle.


What did you say, Twinkin?

No, Twinken.

Twinken, is that your name? Twinken.

Twinken. Twinken, the dream-maker.

Huh? Okay.

GRANDPA: Oh! He's cute.

Doesn't seem to do
a whole lot, though, does he?

He's a lot like you that way, George.


Hey, what are you doing?



Look, it's... It's me.

BARNEY: Oh, Abby.

Is this your dream?


And I'm seeing it.

GRANDPA: We all are.

And I have never seen it so clearly.


So, that's the dream-maker's gift.

To let you see your own dreams more clearly.

But why?

Well, because
the dreams you see most clearly

are most likely to come true.


Well, you are just full of surprises, aren't you?

-BABY BOP: Lookie!


Yes, Cody.

I'd just like to say that...

I was a big doofus before.

And I think you are pretty cool.

Thank you, Cody.

I think you are pretty cool too.

Hey, Barney, now can we see your dream?

Hey, where's Twinken?

We wanna see Barney's dream.

He's gone?

-Where is he?
-I don't know.


Here, Twinken.

He ran away!

Oh, no.

GRANDMA: Where is he going?

ALL: There he is.

CODY: Look at that.

What's Twinken trying to say, Barney?

He's telling us, he knows what my dream is.

It's a special time, a special place

and sharing it all with the people I love.



CODY: Did you see that?


BJ: Oh, Barney, catch him.

He's furry.

I got you, little fellow.

Oh, look.

(SINGING) I love you, you love me

We're a happy family

With a great big hug
and a kiss from me to you

Won't you say you love me, too?

Oh, he's so cute.

ALL: I love you, you love me

We're best friends
like friends should be

With a great big hug
and a kiss from me to you

Won't you say you love me, too?

Barney, can I hold him?

Oh, sure.

-Golly. Oh, he's cute.
-Be careful.

He's furry.

(SINGING) I love you, you love me

We're a happy family

With a great big hug
and a kiss from me to you

Won't you say you love me, too?

Oh, that's nice.

Yeah. But, speaking of dreams,
I think it's time you were getting to bed.

-Come on, Sissy.

Good night, everybody.

Good night, Twinken.

-See you later, guys. Bye.
-Good night.

Goodbye, Baby Bop.

-So long, BJ.
-Bye, see you later.

-Goodbye, everybody.
-See you, guys.

BABY BOP: Hey, where's my blankie?

Oh, there it is.


Barney, this is a...

Where is he?

Now they are both gone.

-Barney wouldn't just leave.

(GARBLED) Barney.