History WesternAnimation / BluesClues

5th Jul '17 2:30:04 AM PeppermintSoda
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* MerchandiseDriven: All types, from shampoo to plush toys (some, such as the Shovel and Pail Eden plush, are very rare) to model Thinking Chairs. There were also dry-erase Handy Dandy Notebooks, [http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2047675.m570.l2632.R2.TR3.TRC1.A0.H0.Xhandy+dandy+notebook.TRS0&_nkw=handy+dandy+notebook&_sacat=2624 of which the non-dry-erase replicas are easy to find on eBay].

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* MerchandiseDriven: All types, from shampoo to plush toys (some, such as the Shovel and Pail Eden plush, are very rare) to model Thinking Chairs. There were also dry-erase Handy Dandy Notebooks, [http://www.[[http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2047675.m570.l2632.R2.TR3.TRC1.A0.H0.Xhandy+dandy+notebook.TRS0&_nkw=handy+dandy+notebook&_sacat=2624 of which the non-dry-erase replicas are easy to find on eBay].eBay]].
2nd Apr '17 8:18:20 AM Bassman
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* MerchandiseDriven: All types, from shampoo to plush toys (some, such as the Shovel and Pail Eden plush, are very rare) to model Thinking Chairs.

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* MerchandiseDriven: All types, from shampoo to plush toys (some, such as the Shovel and Pail Eden plush, are very rare) to model Thinking Chairs. There were also dry-erase Handy Dandy Notebooks, [http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2047675.m570.l2632.R2.TR3.TRC1.A0.H0.Xhandy+dandy+notebook.TRS0&_nkw=handy+dandy+notebook&_sacat=2624 of which the non-dry-erase replicas are easy to find on eBay].
31st Mar '17 4:11:56 PM FordPrefect
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* ParentalBonus: There's a scene in one episode where Steve, Blue, and some bunny are acting out a story. Steve is playing the king, and impersonating of course, Music/ElvisPresley.

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* ParentalBonus: There's a scene in one episode where Steve, Blue, and some bunny are acting out a story. Steve is playing the king, and of course impersonating of course, Music/ElvisPresley.
23rd Mar '17 10:37:15 AM Qicetrini
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* AbsenteeActor: Sidetable Drawer was missing from "Blue's Big Car Trip", and Mailbox was missing from "Blue's Big Car Trip", "The Legend of the Blue Puppy", "Skidoo Adventure" and "The Fairy Tale Ball".

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* AbsenteeActor: Sidetable Drawer was missing from "Blue's Big Car Trip", Trip," and Mailbox was missing from "Blue's Big Car Trip", Trip," "The Legend of the Blue Puppy", Puppy," "Skidoo Adventure" and "The Fairy Tale Ball".Ball."



* ChekhovsGunman: Turquoise, the turtle Steve bought for Blue in "Blue's Birthday", turns out to be the answer to that episode's game of Blue's Clues (a turtle[[note]]Granted, she didn't specify a ''certain'' turtle, but...[[/note]]).

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* ChekhovsGunman: Turquoise, the turtle Steve bought for Blue in "Blue's Birthday", Birthday," turns out to be the answer to that episode's game of Blue's Clues (a turtle[[note]]Granted, she didn't specify a ''certain'' turtle, but...[[/note]]).



* FakeInteractivity: Along with ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', this was one of the early Nick Jr. shows that popularized the idea. Usually, pre-recorded children's voices would answer the question. Host Steve or Joe (Kevin in the U.K.) would keep up a running dialogue with the viewer, who was supposed to help figure out the clues to the game of Blue's Clues. A typical line of dialogue...
-->'''Steve''': This sounds like it'll be tough, so I'm really going to need your help today? Will you help? ... You will? Great!

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* FakeInteractivity: Along with ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer,'' this was one of the early Nick Jr. shows that popularized the idea. Usually, pre-recorded children's voices would answer the question. Host Steve or Joe (Kevin in the U.K.) would keep up a running dialogue with the viewer, who was supposed to help figure out the clues to the game of Blue's Clues. A typical line of dialogue...
-->'''Steve''': -->'''Steve:''' This sounds like it'll be tough, so I'm really going to need your help today? Will you help? ... You will? Great!



--> '''Joe''': So, tell me, do you think Felt Friend Sam is feeling happy, or sad? ... ...
--> '''Kid's Voice''': Sad!
--> '''Joe''': That's right! Sam is sad because Anna wouldn't share with him.

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--> '''Joe''': '''Joe:''' So, tell me, do you think Felt Friend Sam is feeling happy, or sad? ... ...
--> '''Kid's Voice''': Voice:''' Sad!
--> '''Joe''': '''Joe:''' That's right! Sam is sad because Anna wouldn't share with him.
23rd Mar '17 10:12:19 AM Qicetrini
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The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe"]] his TV younger brother, who ran the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the Creator/NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.

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The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe"]] (Donovan Patton), his TV younger brother, who ran the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the Creator/NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.
23rd Mar '17 10:10:11 AM Qicetrini
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Set in a [[SugarBowl vibrant]], [[AmazingTechnicolorWildlife candy-colored world]] of [[RogerRabbitEffect animated characters combined with a human host,]] the show features the escapades of Blue, a [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin blue-colored dog.]] OnceAnEpisode, Blue will want to do something--be it read a book, have a snack, or make some kind of craft. However, Blue seems to be [[TalkingAnimal the only creature in her world who can't talk]], so the only way she can communicate with her human owner is by playing ''Blue's Clues''- a game in which she will tag 3 objects around the house (or backyard) with her blue pawprint, labeling them a "clue." It's up to her owner--along with all the kids at home--to figure out what she wants to do by piecing together these clues.

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Set in a [[SugarBowl vibrant]], [[AmazingTechnicolorWildlife candy-colored world]] of [[RogerRabbitEffect animated characters combined with a human host,]] the show features the escapades of Blue, a [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin blue-colored dog.]] dog]] (voiced by Traci Paige Johnson, one of the show's creators). OnceAnEpisode, Blue will want to do something--be it read a book, have a snack, or make some kind of craft. However, Blue seems to be [[TalkingAnimal the only creature in her world who can't talk]], so the only way she can communicate with her human owner is by playing ''Blue's Clues''- a game in which she will tag 3 objects around the house (or backyard) with her blue pawprint, labeling them a "clue." It's up to her owner--along with all the kids at home--to figure out what she wants to do by piecing together these clues.



The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe,"]] his TV younger brother, who ran the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the Creator/NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.

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The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe,"]] "Joe"]] his TV younger brother, who ran the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the Creator/NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.
10th Mar '17 7:31:40 PM JMQwilleran
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* ThatCloudLooksLike: This is the answer to Blue's Clues in "Nature!", that Blue wants to do this as a game.

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* ThatCloudLooksLike: ThatCloudLooksLike
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This is the answer to Blue's Clues in "Nature!", that Blue wants to do this as a game.game.
** In the book release ''Blue's Backyard Mystery'', Blue and her friends Magenta and Periwinkle play the "Cloud Game" at Blue's suggestion. Blue sees a boat, Magenta sees a dinosaur and Periwinkle sees a banana.
28th Feb '17 5:18:31 AM Adept
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The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe,"]] his TV younger brother, who ran the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.

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The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe,"]] his TV younger brother, who ran the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the NickJr Creator/NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.
13th Feb '17 8:51:40 AM Larkmarn
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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Although she doesn't have as much inflection as Blue, there is an IntelligibleUnintelligible dog in RealLife named [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrkmEiFN7gM Mishka]], believe or not.



* CoolOldLady: Blue, although Steve refers to her as a puppy.
19th Jan '17 5:37:43 AM scooter
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The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe,"]] his TV younger brother, who still runs the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.

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The show was originally hosted by Steven Burns (A.K.A. "Steve"), but he quit the show--not due to heroin overdose, as rumors claimed, but due to the fact that he was [[PrematurelyBald losing his hair]], and was afraid of seeming too "old" to the kids. (He also was somewhat worried about typecasting, and he also wanted to pursue a career in music - and he has been successful in indie rock circles thanks to his connections with his friends, the Music/FlamingLips.) His replacement was [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute "Joe,"]] his TV younger brother, who still runs ran the show, and its spinoff ''Blue's Room,'' until 2006, when production came to a halt. Reruns are now seen on the NickJr channel, and [=DVDs=] still exist.
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