List of The Backyardigans Episodes

List Of The Backyardigans Episodes

This is a complete list of episodes from The Backyardigans animated TV show.

On occasion, the UK version of the show varies from the North American version, usually when a phrase or a snack is mentioned which is not in common use in the UK. These differences are detailed in the relevant location.

Catchphrases in bold indicate they're the episodes main catchphrase which was used at the very end of every episode when characters open the door and quote it.

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