Steve: Hi It’s Me Steve. It’s That You? It Is! Great!

Can You Help Me Find Blue?

Viewer: There She Is.

Blue: Bow, Bow.

Steve: Ooh. Hey, Come On.

Shovel And Pail: Hi Blue!

Blue: Bow, Bow.

(Periwinkle Giggling)

Blue: Bow.

Magenta: Bow.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow.

(Steve opens the door)

Steve: Hi, come on in. We’re having Show and Tell today. It’s gonna be great. Ooh, I don’t have anything to show. Will you help me figure out something to show? Great. Let’s see. (he gets Horace off the Thinking Chair) I could show Horace the Anteater. Or um, (Steve leaves and comes back with his guitar) How about my guitar?

(Steve strums his guitar then the telephone rings)

Steve: Is my guitar making that ringing sound?

Kid: No.

Steve: No? Well, what’s making that ringing sound?

Kid: The phone.

Steve: Oh, it’s the phone.

(Steve picks up the phone)

Steve: Hello.

Blue: Hello.

Steve: Oh, hi! It’s my brother, Joe! Blue, Joe's on the phone!

Blue: Hello, Joe!

Steve: Hi, Joe. You’re coming over? Today? My brother Joe is coming over today! Joe this is perfect, we’re having Show and Tell today! Yeah, it’s your favorite, I know! 

(Blue tells Steve that she wants to talk to Joe)

Steve: Uh, hang on. Blue wants to talk to you.

(Steve gives the phone to Blue and starts talking to Joe)

Steve: My brother Joe is coming over and you get to meet him. Bye, Joe! (Blue hangs up the phone) Wow. What do you think Joe's gonna show at Show and Tell?

Blue: I know.

Steve: Blue you know? Did Joe tell you? Well, what’s Joe gonna show at Show and Tell?

(Blue leaves paw print on the right side of the screen)

Steve: Oh! We’ll play Blue’s Clues to figure out what Joe's gonna show at Show and Tell. I love Blue’s Clues.

 We are gonna play Blue’s Clues

 Cause it’s a really great game, yeah!

Steve: So remember, Blue’s paw prints will on the clues: Blue’s Clues.

(The paw print gets a basketball and bounces it)

Steve: Hey, Paw Print, did you just learn how to bounce a ball? That’s a great show and tell. (the paw print leaves) Bye, Paw Print. Wow. I can’t wait to figure out what Joe's gonna show at Show and Tell.

 What’s Joe gonna show?

 What’s Joe gonna show?

Steve: You know what we need to play Blue's Clues. Our handy-dandy…

Kid: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook, right. Come on. 

(Steve goes to Side Table Drawer)

Steve: Hey, Side Table, guess what? My brother Joe is coming over.

Side Table: Wow! Do you think he’ll wanna see my show and tell?

Steve: Of course. What’s your show and tell?

(Side Table opens her drawer and gets out a yellow feather)

Side Table: It’s this feather. It’s really soft and I keep it in my drawer.

Steve: Wow, that’s a great show and tell.

Side Table: Thanks. Here’s your notebook.

(Steve gets out his notebook)

Steve: Thanks.

(music begins)

Steve: To play Blue's Clues, we got to find a...

Kids: Paw print!

Steve: Oh, a paw print, right. And that's our first...

Kids: Clue!

Steve: A clue?

Kids: A clue!

Steve: Then we put it in our...

Kids: Notebook!


 Cause they're Blue's Clues, Blue's Clues

 We got to find another paw print,

 That's the second clue

 We put it in our notebook,

 Cause they're whose clues? 

 Blue's Clues!

 We got to find the last paw print,

 That's the third clue

 We put it in our notebook

 Cause they're Blue's Clues, Blue's Clues

 You know what to do

 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: Ba-bow! (Bye-bye!)

Steve: That we want to do! (does jazz hands) You know, I can tell I’m really gonna need your help today, trying to figure out what Joe's gonna show at Show and Tell. You will help, right? Great! Let’s go see if Joe's here.

(Steve goes to the front window)

Steve: Do you see Joe yet? (he looks out the window, but he doesn't see him yet) No, me neither. Hey, do you know what Joe looks like? Well, come on I’ll show you a picture.

(Steve goes to the bedroom)

Steve: We look a little bit alike, I think. You know, around the face. Ooh, and we both love green and shapes too.

(Steve goes to the bedside table and gets a drawing of Joe)

Steve: See? This is Joe. He’s wearing his favorite squared shirt. I started this picture one day after we we’re at the park. Hey would you help me finish it? Yeah, that’ll be great! This can be our show and tell. And it can be a welcome present for Joe. Come on.

(Steve then goes to the bedroom desk)

Steve: Okay. (takes out a crayon) Let’s put some trees in the park. With some grass, and a... (after he finishes it, he turns it around and shows what he added) That’s me, looking at a bug. Something’s missing. Oh! Joe's barefoot. Well, (puts picture on desk) it’s a good thing I have some shoe stickers. So, which of these shoes would best for playing outside in the park?

(The page with shoe stickers have a pair of ice skates, green flippers, a pair of pink bunny slippers, and a pair of black sneakers)

Kid: The sneakers.

Steve: The sneakers. Thanks. All right, here we go. (he picks up the shoe sticker page, peels the sneakers off and puts them on Joe's feet) There you are, Joe. One more. There you go. Wow, Joe is gonna love getting this at Show and Tell. Which reminds me, we better find some clues. 

 What’s Joe gonna show?

(Steve leaves and makes sticker pages flip over revealing a clue on a page of webbed feet)

Kid: A clue!

(Steve comes back)

Steve: Kazoo? How did you know Joe loves the kazoo?

Kid: No, it’s a clue!

(Steve sees the clue)

Steve: Oh! There’s a clue, on these feet. You know what we need. Our handy-dandy…

Kid: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook, right. Okay, so feet.

Steve drawing: Let’s draw a curving shape like this for the foot, three short lines, then another curvy shape, and three lines. And we have these feet.

Steve: So, our first clue is these feet. What could Joe show at Show and Tell with these feet? Maybe. But I think we should find two more clues just to be sure. (he hears Blue) Sounds like Blue. Wonder what she’s doing for Show and Tell. Come on. 

(Steve goes over to Blue)

Steve: Hey, Blue.

Blue: Hi, Steve.

Steve: Looks like Blue is making a book for Show and Tell. So what do you think Blue’s book is about?

Kid: Her turtle, Turquoise.

Steve: Oh, yeah. Her pet turtle, Turquoise. Thanks.

(Blue sneezes and a page falls out)

Steve: Bless you.

Blue: Thank you. Uh-oh.

Steve: Uh-oh. Blue’s book fell apart. Yeah, Blue you don’t know where that page goes, huh? 

Blue: No. 

Steve: I wonder where this page goes in Blue’s book?

(They think about where the page goes)

Steve: Does it go in the beginning, the middle or the end?

Kid: The middle!

(Blue puts the picture in the middle)

Steve: In the middle. So, the beginning is Blue putting the food in the bowl. The middle is Turquoise eating. And the end is Turquoise finished eating her food. Thanks for all your help.

Slippery: Whoa!

Steve: Sounds like Slippery. Come on.

(Steve goes to the bathroom to see Slippery)

Steve: I wonder what he’s gonna show. (Steve goes over to Slippery) Hey, Slippery. My brother, Joe is coming over for Show and Tell.

Slippery: That’s great! I can’t wait to show him my show and tell.

Steve: What do think Slippery’s show and tell is about?

Kid: Brushing his teeth.

Steve: Brushing his teeth.

Slippery: I made pictures that remind me what to do.

(Slippery gets his pictures but one falls out)

Slippery: Oh, no! Where does this picture go?

Steve: Well, let’s see. So, where do you think this picture goes in Slippery’s story? In the beginning, the middle, or the end?

Kid: The beginning.

Steve: In the beginning. Yeah, the beginning is Slippery putting toothpaste on his toothbrush. The middle is Slippery brushing his teeth. And the end is rinsing.

Slippery: Thanks for your help. Hey, when’s Joe coming?

Steve: Uh, I don’t know. Maybe he’s here now. Let’s go check.

(Steve goes back to the window)

Steve: Do you see him yet? (looks out the window) No, me neither. But I bet he’ll be here soon. We better find some more clues. Come on.

(Steve goes to the thinking area)


 What’s Joe gonna show?

 What’s Joe gonna show?

(Side Table gets out her feather and it has the second clue on it)

Kid: A clue, a clue!

(Side Table puts the feather away as Steve turned around)

Steve: Oh, yeah. Side Table likes to sing too.

(Side Table giggles and opens her drawer again to show the clue)

Kid: No, a clue. Look at Side Table.

(Steve turns around and sees the clue at Side Table)

Steve: Oh! (he goes over to Side Table) Hey, Side Table, there’s a clue on your feather.

(Side Table giggles)

Steve: You know what we need. Our handy-dandy...

Kid: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook, right. So, a feather.

Steve drawing: Let’s start with a slightly bent line, add some short curving lines on one side, then the other, and we have a feather.

Steve: What was our first clue?

Kid: Feet!

Steve: Right, these feet. And now our second clue is a feather. Well what’s Joe gonna show with these feet and a feather? Maybe, but I think we should find our last clue just to be sure.

Mail Time Men: Mail Time, Mail Time, Mail Time, Mail Time, MAIL TIME!

Steve: The mail’s here! Come on!

 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: I got something to show you today too.

Steve: Really? What, Mailbox?

Mailbox: Your letter.

Steve: Ah! (Mailbox opens and Steve gets his letter out) Thanks. (Mailbox leaves) We just got a letter.

 We just got a letter

 We just got a letter

 We just got a letter

 Wonder who it's from?

Steve: Look, it’s a letter from our friends.

Everyone: Hi, Steve!

Girl 1: We’re having Show and Tell.

Boy 1: I bring my baseball trophy that comes with my glove. Um my coach gave me this for an awesome short stop.

Boy 2: My mommy gave me this necklace. It has a J only for “Jordan”.

Girl 1: This my hermit crab. He will crawl on the floor.

Boy 3: Well, I brought a fishing pole in. I like my fishing pole because, well caught two fish with it.

Everyone: Bye, Steve!

Steve: Bye. (puts letter away) Hey, we better finish our show and tell. Come on.

(Steve goes back to the bedroom desk)

Steve: Okay. So what else should we add to our picture for Joe? Ooh. Which of these things belongs in a park?

(this sticker page has a slide, an igloo, an airplane, and a traffic light)

Kid: The slide.

Steve: The slide, yeah! That’s perfect. Because Joe loves to slide down a slide, and he goes “Woo-hoo!”

(A quacking sound appears and he goes to see where it's coming from)

Kid: A clue, a clue!

Steve: Yeah, what’s that sound?

Kid: Steve, it’s a clue!

Steve: Oh, is it the phone again?

Kid: No, it’s a clue!

Steve: Oh. (he turns around and sees the clue coming from the radio on the bookcase) Oh! There's a clue, on that sound. You know what we need. Our handy-dandy...

Kid: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook, right. Okay. 

Steve drawing: Let’s draw some curved lines like this to help us remember the sound.

Steve: There, our third clue to what Joe is gonna show at Show and Tell. We have all three clues. You know what that means? We’re ready to sit in our...

Kid: Thinking Chair!

Steve: Thinking Chair! Let’s go!

(Steve goes to the Thinking Chair and sits down)

Steve: Okay. Now that we’re in our Thinking Chair, let’s think. You will help, right? Great. So, we’re trying to figure out what Joe is gonna show at Show and Tell. And our clues are: these feet, a feather, and this sound. So, what do think Joe's gonna show at Show and Tell with these feet, a feather, and this sound? Well, birds have feathers, yeah. So, maybe it’s a bird. Yeah maybe it’s a bird that has feet, that are webbed like these. And maybe, it could make this sound. But, what kind of bird has webbed feet and makes this sound?

Kid: A duck!

Steve: A duck, yeah! Because a duck is a bird that has feathers, and webbed feet, and quacks like this sound. Is that it, Blue?

Blue: Yes, it is!

Steve: We just figured out Blue’s Clues!

 We just figured out Blue's Clues

 We just figured out Blue's Clues

 We just figured out Blue's Clues

 Cause we're really smart!

Steve: Come on. Let’s go look out the window for Joe. 

(Steve goes back to the window)

Steve: Yell “Joe” if you see him. (he looks out the window but he still doesn’t see him) He’s not here yet I guess. Oh, well.

(Steve leaves but just then Joe finally arrived)

Kid: It’s Joe!

(Joe leaves just before Steve came back)

Steve: A crow? Really? (he looks out the window and doesn't see anything) Hmm. Must have flown away.

(Joe comes in closer to the window and spots Steve)

Kid: Steve, it’s Joe!

(Joe waves to the viewers)

Steve: You see Joe? Where?

(Joe asks the viewers to tell him)

Kid: There! Look out the window!

(Steve looks out the window and he sees him)

Steve: Oh! Hey, uh, uh, we’ll be right there. It’s Joe! 

(Joe tells the viewers thank you and he goes to the door and Steve turns to the door)

Steve: He’s really here. (he opens the door)

Joe: Steve!

Steve: Joe!

(Joe comes in and they both hug each other)

Joe: Blue!

Steve: It’s so good to see you.

Joe: Yeah.

Steve: You grew.

Joe: Maybe, maybe a little.

Steve: A little bit. You gotta meet my friend. (Steve brings Joe up to the viewers) This is my friend.

Joe: Hi!

Steve: This is my brother. Go ahead, say hi.

Kid: Hi, Joe.

Joe: You know my name already? Wow! Hey, hey what’s your name? Really? I love that name.

Steve: You ready for Show and Tell?

Joe: Oh, yeah.

(Joe goes outside the door to get his backpack and then the door shuts)

Steve: Wow. What’s in the bag, Joe?

Joe: Oh, my show and tell.

(Steve and Joe head to the living room)

Steve: Hey, everyone! Hey, everyone! 

(Joe puts his backpack to the side and everyone comes in)

Steve: Look, who’s here.

(Steve shows Joe to everyone)

Pail: It’s, Joe!

Shovel: Hey, Joe!

Side Table: Hi. 

Tickety: Hi, Joe. 

Joe: Hi, everyone.

Tickety: It’s time for Show and Tell.

(Steve and Joe sit down on the floor)

Pail: Hey, Joe, why don't you figure out what we're gonna show?

Joe: Great! Okay. Will you help? Great, thanks.

Shovel: Our show and tell is something we take outside on windy days. It’s shaped like a diamond, and it’s attached to a long string.

(Joe and Steve think about it. They had an idea, but they didn't think that was it)

Joe: What do you think that could be?

Kid: A kite!

(Shovel and Pail bring their kite in)

Joe: A kite! You figured it out!

Steve: Nice work.

Shovel: Joe, do you wanna fly kites with us later?

Joe: I would love to, yeah.

Shovel: Yay!

Pail: All right!

(Tickety takes her turn next)

Tickety: My turn! I’m showing something I look at before I go to bed. It has a little girl, and three beds, and three bowls of porridge in it.

Steve: What do you think that could be?

Kid: A book. Goldilocks and the Three Bears. 

(Tickety brings in a book about Goldilocks and the Three Bears)

Joe: Look at that! Tickety is showing a book. Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Wow!

Tickety: I love this book because I love bears and I like the number 3. See how there are three bears in it? 1, 2, 3.

Joe: Yeah cool. Great book, Tickety.

Steve: Ooh. Let’s give Joe our show and tell.

(Blue gets the picture Steve and the viewers made for Joe and gives it him)

Steve: See? It’s a picture. We made it for you.

Joe: It’s a picture of us at the park. There's me with sneakers…

Steve: And a slide.

Joe: Woo-hoo!

Steve: Guess who chose those things?

Joe: Was that you? The sneakers and the slide, they’re my favorite. Thanks.


 What’s Joe gonna show?

Joe: Blue, do you wanna see my show and tell?

Steve: Yeah.

Joe: Okay.

(Joe gets his backpack and everybody gathers around)

Everyone but Joe:

 What’s Joe gonna show?

Joe: It’s in here somewhere. (Joe goes through his backpack and gets out his cap) No. (he gets out a pillow with a turtle on it) No.

(Blue barks)

Joe: Ooh! (he gets out his toothbrush and a kazoo) How’d that get in there?

(Joe plays the kazoo and makes everyone laugh)

Joe: Here it is. Ready?

(Joe pulls out his stuffed duck)

Slippery: Whoa!

Steve: It’s Joe's duck.

Shovel: Cool!

Pail: Wow!

Side Table: Nice duck.

Joe: Meet my duck, Boris.

Steve: Uh, hello, Boris.

(Joe quacks and everyone laughs)

Joe: I made him myself.

Steve: Wow. Boris is enormous.

Joe: Yep. He’s pretty big. Check this out. (as Boris singing) Me, me, me, me. Boris sings in a chorus.

(Steve grabs Horace)

Steve: As does Horace.

(Horace and Boris sing  "Toreador's Song" from Bizet's Carmen together, and everyone else laughs)

Joe: Nice singing, Horace.

Steve: (as Horace) Thank you very much. Oh, here you go.

Joe: Oh, thank you. 

(Steve helps Joe put his stuff back in his backpack and Slippery gets his toothbrush to show Joe)

Slippery: Joe, look, I have a toothbrush too!

Joe: Now we can brush our teeth together. Cool!

(Blue gets her book about Turquoise)

Joe: Look at that, Blue, we both like turtles.

Steve: I’m so glad that you got to meet my brother Joe and have Show and Tell with us. Thanks so much for helping.

Joe: And me, thanks for helping me too.

(Steve and Joe bring Horace and Boris to the thinking area for So Long)


 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 our friend Blue,

 We can do anything. 

Steve: That we want to do! Bye bye, see you later.

Joe: Bye bye.


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