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Steve: Hi, out there! It's me, Steve! Have you seen Blue, my puppy?

Kids: There she is!

[Blue comes out of her hiding spot and barks happily]

Steve: Come on in!

[Blue throws the ball over to Mailbox before throwing it back at her, Blue barks before running through the doggy door]

[Steve opens the door]

Steve: Hi! Come on in! (starts walking) Blue and I are painting a picture.

[Blue is seen hiding behind the painting with only her ears sticking out]

Steve: I'm painting a picture of Blue. (turns to Blue, but her ears disappear, Steve shows the viewers the painting of Blue) See? Oh. (looks around, then turns to the viewers) Do you see Blue?

Kids: She's right there! Right there!

[Steve looks behind the painting of a hill and then to Blue's painting, Blue comes out of her hiding spot and then back behind the painting again, Steve gets confused until Blue pops up from behind the painting]

Steve: Aha! (laughs)

[Blue walks over to the painting and paints three birds on]

Steve: Birds! Great job, Blue! Well, guess you're all done with your painting.

[Blue looks back at her painting and shakes her head no]

Steve: No? You're not done with your painting?

[Blue shakes her head no again]

Steve: Oh. Well, what else do you want to paint?

[Blue leaves a pawprint on the right side of the screen]

Steve: Oh, (runs over to the pawprint) oh, okay! We'll play "Blue's Clues"! I love "Blue's Clues"!

(singing)

We are gonna play Blue's Clues, 'cause it's a really fun game! Yeah!

Steve: This is great! Blue's clues will tell us what else she wants to paint with her picture! (chuckles) Ooh, but remember, Blue's pawprints will be on the clues. Blue's Clues. Okay, let's get going. (sees that the pawprint is still there) Oh. (chuckles) But, uh, we gotta clean this up first. (takes off his old shirt and wipes the pawprint off) Awesome job! Hey, hey, you know what we need for Blue's Clues? Our handy-dandy...

Kids: Notebook!

[Steve runs over to Sidetable Drawer]

Sidetable Drawer: "Blue's Clues"! I'm so excited! (opens up her drawer)

Steve: Ooh! (takes out the notebook) Here it is! You know, I can tell I'm really gonna need your help today figuring out what else Blue wants to paint in her picture. Will you help me? You will? Great!

[Start of song]

Steve: (singing)

We got to find a paw print,

That's the first clue.

We put it in our notebook,  

And now what do we do?

Steve, Mr. Salt & Mrs. Pepper: (singing)

Blue's Clues,

Blue's Clues!

Kids: Blue's Clues!

Steve: (singing)

We got to find another paw print,

That's the second clue.

We put it in our notebook,

Now what do we do?

Blue's Clues,

Blue's Clues!

Kids: Blue's Clues!

Steve: (singing)

We got to find another paw print,

That's the third clue.

We put it in our notebook,

And well, you know what to do!

Everyone: (singing)

Blue's Clues,

Blue's Clues!

Kids: Blue's Clues!

Steve: (singing)

Well, we sit down in our Thinking Chair

And think, think, think!

'Cause when we use our minds,

And take a step at a time,

We can do anything...

Blue: Bow!

Steve: That we want to do! (does jazz hands)

[Song ends]

Steve: Great! We're all set to go find Blue's Clues! Blue?

[Blue pops in from the left side]

Steve: (calling) Blue's... gone. Huh, (to the viewers) which way did Blue go?

Child: That way!

Steve: That way? Oh, okay, I get it. I'll go (points to the left side) that way. Thanks. (about to walk, but turns back to the viewers) You're coming with me, right? Oh, good. Come on. (starts walking while singing) We are looking for Blue's Clues, we are looking for Blue's Clues, we are looking for Blue's Clues. I wonder where they are? (hums as he goes out the back door from the kitchen)

Child: A clue! A clue!

Steve: (calling) You say something?

Child: A clue!

Steve: Oh! (runs back into the house) You see a clue? Where?

Child: On the door!

Steve: (turns around, but sees the door open, back to the viewers) Where's the clue?

[The door closes and Steve turns around once again and this time, he sees a pawprint on the door]

Steve: A clue! (runs over to the door) You know how you can tell it's a clue? Because it has Blue's pawprints on it! It's a clue! It's a...

Child: A door!

Steve: Right! It's a door! Well, now what should we do?

Child: Notebook!

Steve: Right! Put it in our handy-dandy... (takes out his notebook) Notebook! Okay, so, (starts drawing the door) a long curve, a line, a little circle and a door. Great! Now, we need to figure out what else Blue wants to paint. Hmm, our first clue is a door.

[An image of a door pops up on the top left corner]

Steve: Now what could Blue want to paint that has a door? Closet? Eh... Oh, you think we need to look for more clues? So do I! Come on! (runs out into the backyard and sees Blue running up to him with a wagon) Hey, Blue! Ooh, uh, (whispering, to Blue) your wagon is looking a little shabby.

[Blue runs over to the wagon and puts the paint down on the ground]

Steve: Oh! Oh, y-you wanna give your wagon a new coat of paint! Well, we'll need the same colors. Hmm. (walks up to the viewers) Can you help us find the colors of the wagon? Oh, okay! We'll paint the wagon and then we'll look for more "Blue's Clues". (walks over to the paint) Okay, let's start with the wheels, which are the color...

Child: Pink!

Steve: Right! Pink! Hmm, do we have pink paint?

Kids: No!

[Blue shakes her head no]

Steve: We don't have pink paint?

[Blue barks]

Steve: Good idea, Blue! Let's make the color pink paint! (to the viewers) How do we do that?

Blue: (barks "I don't know")

[A white paint drop jumps up from the white paint]

Steve: Oh, oh, maybe we should mix a color with white to make pink.

[Blue barks as she nods her head in agreement]

Steve: Hmm, well, what other color looks like pink that we can mix with white?

Kids: Red!

[A red paint drop jumps up from the red paint]

Red Paint Drop: See how I kind of look like pink?

Steve: Red? Okay, let's try mixing together red and white.

[The white and red paint drop turn into pink and paint the wheels]

Steve: (eagerly) It worked! By mixing together red and white, we made pink! Yes! Okay, what's next, Blue?

[Blue barks as she moves the handle]

Steve: Okay, let's paint the handle next. This color is...

Kids: Orange!

Steve: Oh, yeah, orange. Well, do we have orange paint?

Kids: No.

Steve: We don't have orange paint either? You're kidding!

[Blue barks as she shakes her head no]

Steve: Well, what should we do now?

Child: Make orange paint!

Steve: Make orange paint. Good idea! Well, okay, what two colors can we mix together to make orange?

Child: Yellow!

[A yellow paint drop jumps up from the yellow paint]

Yellow Paint Drop: I almost look like orange.

Steve: Yellow! What other color can we mix with yellow?

Kids: Red!

[The red paint drop reappears from the red paint]

Red Paint Drop: I almost look like orange too.

Steve: Yellow and red? You wanna mix them together? Okay, let's see what happens if we mix yellow and red.

[The yellow and red paint drop turn into orange and paint the handle]

Steve: Whoa! How cool! Yellow and red makes orange!

[The paint drops mix into new colors and paint the wagon into a new look]

Steve: Your wagon looks great, Blue! (to the viewers) Good job! Alright, (starts walking) now let's go look for more Blue's Clues. (he walks back into the house)

[The scene cuts to Blue as she skidoos into the Felt Board]

Steve: (gasps, sees Fifi and Freddy, the Felt Friends) Hi, Felt Friends!

Freddy Felt Friend: Hi, Steve!

Fifi Felt Friend: Hi, Blue, we're trying to get to the other island.

Freddy Felt Friend: (pointing to the small sailboat) But this sailboat isn't big enough for all of us.

Steve: Hey, good idea, Blue! Let's help our friends and then we can look for more "Blue's Clues". (to the Felt Friends) How can we help?

Fifi Felt Friend: Well, we're trying to make a bigger sailboat with these shapes.

Freddy Felt Friend: I'm not sure we can do it.

Steve: I bet we can! (to the viewers) Will you help? Oh, good, come on.

Fifi Felt Friend: Okay, we need a shape that will be the bottom of the sailboat.

Steve: Okay! (pauses, then turns to the viewers) Which shape can we use to make the bottom of the sailboat?

[Blue hops over to a circle]

Kids: No!

[Blue hops over to a square]

Child: No!

[Blue hops over to a semi-circle]

Kids: Yes!

[Blue jumps into the semi-circle and sails over to the Felt Friends and hops off]

Steve: Yeah! The semi-circle is the shape of the bottom of the sailboat! Yeah!

[More small blue shapes appear]

Fifi Felt Friend: Wow, look! Okay, the next thing we have to make is the mast!

Freddy Felt Friend: The pole that holds the sail up.

Steve: Okay! Hmm, can you find the shapes we need to put together to make the mast?

[Blue hops over to a small baby blue square next to the three small baby blue triangles]

Child: No!

[Blue hops over to the four small baby blue squares]

Child: Yes!

[The four squares form into a mast and Blue brings it up to Freddy and Fifi]

Steve: Excellent! All those squares put together makes a long rectangle! Cool!

Freddy Felt Friend: It will be the mast!

[Blue places the mast into the boat and more shapes appear]

Fifi Felt Friend: Wow! Look! Now we need a sail!

Steve: Okay! Hmm, what two shapes could we use to make the sail?

[Blue hops over to a white trapezoid and a polygon]

Child: No!

[Blue hops over to a white diamond and a polygon]

Child: No!

[Blue hops over to a white triangle and trapezoid]

Kids: Yes!

[The triangle and the trapezoid form into a sail and Blue brings it up to Freddy and Fifi]

Steve: Oh! The triangle and the trapezoid put together make the sail! Yes!

Freddy Felt Friend: Like a big triangle! We did it! I knew we could do it!

Fifi Felt Friend: Great! Now we can all get to the other island on our bigger sailboat!

[They all hop into the boat and sail off to the other island and Blue skidoos out of the Felt Board]

Steve: Blue? (he starts to follow her)

Child: A clue! A clue!

Steve: Sue? My name's not Sue, it's Steve.

Child: No! It's a clue!

Steve: Oh, oh, you see a clue? Where? (looks to the right side)

Kids: Over there! On the window!

[Steve turns around and sees the pawprint on the window]

Steve: A clue! Our second clue! (runs over to the window) Look at this! This, this, window! Right! Cool! Hey, you know what we gotta do? Draw it in our handy-dandy... (takes out his notebook)

Steve and Kids: Notebook!

Steve: Okay! (hums as he opens his notebook and starts drawing the window) A rectangle, one curtain, the other curtain, a line and a little squiggle and we have a window! So, we need to figure out what else Blue wants to paint in her picture. First clue was... Hey, what was our first clue?

Kids: A door!

Steve: Oh, right. That door.

[An image of a door pops up on the top left corner]

Steve: Now our second clue is a window.

[An image of a window appears on the top right corner]

Steve: Hmm, so what could Blue want to paint that has a door and a window? School? Eh... I think we need to look for one more of "Blue's Clues" to figure this out! Don't you?

Chorus: (singing) Mail time, mail time, mail time, mail time, mail time!

Steve: The mail's here! Hurry!

Steve: (singing) Here's the mail, it never fails. It makes me want to wag my tail. When it comes, I want to wail, “Mail!”

[Mailbox comes in and Steve sits in the Thinking Chair]

Mailbox: Mail's here! Hey, Steve, did you know there's a pawprint on your window?

Steve: Yeah! It's one of Blue's clues!

Mailbox: What a lucky window! Got a letter for ya!

Steve: Ooh! Thank you! (takes the letter)

Mailbox: You're welcome! (leaves)

Steve: We just got a letter!

We just got a letter!

We just got a letter!

We just got a letter!

I wonder who it's from? (opens the letter) Oh, look! It's a letter from our friends! Hey!

Kids: Hi, Steve!

Girl #1: We're making things with clay!

[A girl is seen making a snowman out of clay]

Girl #2: First, you make a ball like this, then you put them together. These are the eyes, and one nose, and I'm gonna now put the mouth in. (shows off her clay snowman) And then we have a snowman.

Steve: Bye-bye! (closes the letter) I just love to make things with clay, don't you?

[Blue barks as she nods her head in agreement]

Steve: Hey, we still have to look for our last Blue's clue to figure out what Blue wants to paint in her picture.

[Blue barks as she runs past Steve and he follows her, as Blue barks again]

Steve: What are you barking at, Blue?

[Blue skidoos into the picture frame of an art museum]

Steve: (to the viewers) Did you see that? Blue just went right into that picture of a museum! Hey, do you think if we go too, we might find another Blue's clue! (singing) Blue's Skidoo, we can too! (skidoos into the art museum and looks all around, amazed) Wow! A museum! Hey! Look at all of these great works of art! Come on! (starts walking along with Blue) Paintings, sculptures, drawings!

[Blue barks at four art frames of Magenta]

Steve: (confused) Barking? (he notices the art frames and walks over to them) Look at these works of art!

[A chick pops up from the first picture frame]

Chick: Hi, Steve, hi, Blue. Our pictures are all out of order. They don't tell much of the story this way.

Steve: (to the viewers) Do you want to help this little chick? Okay, and then we'll look for more "Blue's Clues".

[The chick jumps back into the first picture frame]

Steve: Okay, so, which one of these pictures should come first?

Child: That one!

[The art frame on the bottom right moves up to the top left]

Steve: This one? (gives the viewers a thumbs up) Excellent! Okay, so, one day, a puppy started to paint a picture on a sunny day. Okay, now if that's the beginning, which one of these pictures shows the ending?

Kids: That one!

[The art frame on the bottom left moves over to the bottom right, switching places with the other art frame]

Steve: Great! So, the ending of the picture story is the puppy has finished her painting. Oh, and it started to rain. So, how does the middle go?

Child: That one! Yeah!

[The art frame on the bottom left moves up to the top right]

Steve: Like this? Okay, let's check it out. (clears his throat and starts narrating) One sunny day, a magenta colored puppy got a piece of paper, and started to paint a picture. It got a little cloudy out, but she painted a farm on a hill. She even painted a little chick popping out the window just to say hi!

Chick: Hi!

Steve: Hi! (continues narrating) And finally, when it started to rain outside, the puppy had finished her painting! The end! That's gre… (clears his throat) That's great! (claps his hands and gives the viewers a thumbs up) Thanks for helping!

Chick: Thank you!

Steve: Hey...

[Blue pops up from the bottom right corner and barks]

Steve: (continued) Where did Blue go?

Child: She went that way!

Steve: (points to the right side) This way? Thanks. (he walks over to a sculpture of the house, but the roof is on top of a human sculpture and it has a pawprint on it) Oh, look! It's a sculpture of our house! (looks closely at the house) Hey, but it looks like something's missing.

Child: A clue!

Steve: Oh, yeah, right! The roof is missing! Yeah.

Child: It's a clue!

Steve: Oh! Oh, you see a clue? Where?

Child: Over there!

[Steve turns around and sees the pawprint on the roof]

Steve: (walks over to the roof, eagerly) It's a clue! Our third clue! And it's a... It's, uh...

Child: A roof!

Steve: Roof! This roof is our third clue! You know what we need? Our handy-dandy, trusty, rusty...

Steve and Child: (in unison) Notebook!

Steve: (opens his notebook) Okay, (starts drawing the roof) triangle, and a rectangle, two lines, and we have a roof. (laughs, as he closes his notebook) Well, we have all three clues. (eagerly) We have all three clues! So, we're ready for our...

Kids: Thinking Chair!

Steve: Thinking Chair! Let's go!

[Blue skidoos into the living room, then Steve scats as he skidoos along and sits down in the Thinking Chair]

Steve: Now that we're in our Thinking Chair, let's think! (takes out his notebook and opens it) Okay, so, we need to figure out what else Blue wants to paint in her picture. Our clues are a door.

[An image of a door pops up on the top left corner]

Steve: A window...

[An image of a window pops up in the top center above Steve's head]

Steve: And a roof.

[An image of a roof pops up in the top right corner]

Steve: Yeah, a roof! (pats Blue's head) Okay, so what could Blue want to paint that has a door, a window and a roof? Could it be a car?

Kids: No!

[Blue shakes her head no while covering her eyes]

Steve: I don't think so. Well, well, what has a door, a window and a roof?

Kids: House!

Steve: A house! A house! That's it! That's the answer to "Blue's Clues"! She, she wants to paint a house with a door, a window and a roof! We just figured out "Blue's Clues"!

(singing)

We just figured out Blue's Clues,

We just figured out Blue's Clues,

We just figured out Blue's Clues,

Because we're really smart!

Steve: Blue, let's go paint a house in your picture!

[Blue barks as she runs over to the left side and Steve follows her, Blue is now seen painting a house in her picture]

Steve: Let's see, Blue.

Blue: (barks "Ta-da!")

Steve: Wow! What a great picture of a house! (to the viewers) It's kind of like our house.

[The paint drops appear]

Steve: Hey, it's the paint drops! Remember how we mixed colors?

Red Paint Drop: (paints the roof) Red...

Yellow Paint Drop: (paints the house) And yellow...

Red and Yellow Paint Drop: (in unison, turning into orange as they paint the sun) Make orange!

[The Felt Friends arrive in their sailboat]

Steve: Whoa! And it's the Felt Friends and the sailboat we made with them!

[The chick appears from the window of the house]

Steve: Oh, and it's that little chick!

Chick: Hi!

Steve: Hi! (to the viewers) Hey, this picture might tell a story. Yeah, like the ones in the museum! What story do you think it tells? (he looks at the painting again and then back to the viewers) Yeah. (walks back into the living room) Hey, thank you so much for all your help today. (gives the viewers a thumbs up)

(singing)

Now it's time for so long!

But we'll sing just one more song.

Thanks for doing your part,

You sure are smart,

You know, with me and you and my dog, Blue.

Steve and Kids: (singing, in unison) We can do anything that we wanna do!

Steve: Bye-bye! See you later! Bye-bye! Come again!

Kids: We can do anything that we wanna do!

[The camera pans away from the house as the door closes, Blue appears from the window as she waves goodbye]

Kids: We can do anything!

THE END

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