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That Sounds Like An Opposite To Me! is the 2nd episode from Season 5 of Barney & Friends. It is a semi-remake to "Waiting For Mr. MacRooney".


Chip can't wait for Mr. MacRooney when his little sister Linda promised him a surprise.


  • Barney
  • Chip
  • Kim,
  • Stephen
  • Curtis
  • Robert
  • Hannah
  • Kristen
  • Jeff
  • Keesha
  • Ashley
  • Danny
  • Linda
  • Stella The Storyteller
  • Miss Etta Kette
  • Scooter McNutty
  • Mr. MacRooney


  • Barney Theme Song
  • That Sounds Like An Opposite To Me!
  • Walk Across the Street
  • The Traffic Light Song
  • Walk Around the Block
  • Who's Inside It?
  • Mr. Knickerbocker
  • The Mail Song
  • I Just Can't Wait
  • I Love You


  • Chip wears the same clothes from Easy, Breezy Day!. And a short hair.
  • Maria wears the same clothes from We've Got Rhythm, And a little long hair with a green headband.
  • Jeff wears the same clothes from Aunt Rachel Is Here!. And a short hair.
  • Linda wears the same clothes Kristen wore in It's Tradition. And a little long hair with a pink headband with a bow on the side.
  • Stella has a pony tail.
  • When the kids say "Barney!" after he came life, the sound clip is taken from "Three Wishes".
  • When the child kid say "Hey everybody! It's time for Barney Says!". Taken from "Here Kitty, Kitty!".
  • During "I Love You" Keesha, Ashley, Kelly, Danny and Chip are in Barney's right, while Kim, Stephen, Curtis, Robert, Hannah, Kristen and Jeff are on Barney's left.
  • At the end of the Barney doll with a mail letter. Such as Cousins.
  • The Season 5 Barney doll is the same from "Trading Places".
  • The Barney costume used in this episode was also seen in Books Are Fun!.
  • The Barney voice used in this episode was also heard in "The One And Only You".
  • The musical arrangements used in this episode were also heard in "Safety First!".


  1. Playground
  2. Treehouse
  3. Classroom
  4. Playground
  5. Treehouse
Barney & Friends Episode
That Sounds Like An Opposite To Me!
Season 5, Episode 2
Air date November 1, 1998
Written by Perri Verdino-Gates
Directed by Jeff Gittle

Books Are Fun!


Trading Places

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