|Bear in the Big Blue House|
|Premiere||April 25, 2006|
|Written by||Claudia Silver|
|Theme||Point of View|
At Mouse School, Miss Maxwell shows the mice a fruit bowl and asks some of them to tell her what they see. She explains the idea of point of view and assigns everyone a project to demonstrate their point of view to the class. Tutter struggles with the assignment --- as far as he's concerned, he sees things from a "boring old Tutter point of view," and not any differently than anyone else. After hearing about the assignment, Treelo paints some paintings to show his point of view. Meanwhile, Tutter finds a camera his Grandma Flutter gave him and decides to make a film called Mouse on Mars --- but not only does he not know much about Mars, it doesn't really represent his point of view. He joins Bear in listening to a Shadow story about the point of view of a duck and a ladybug. Afterwards, Treelo's paintings provide inspiration.
- This is the first of a set of eight episodes shown from April 24-28, 2006. These episodes were produced for the fourth season, but didn't air on Disney Channel until 2006, well over two years after new episodes of the show originally stopped airing. It was long rumored that these episodes might eventually appear, as there were gaps in the known production numbers. These episodes have previously appeared in some foreign markets.
- Tutter's film-title, Mouse on Mars, shares its name with a popular band from Germany known for electronic music.
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