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PrehistoricBlue

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Steve: Oh, hi. I'm so glad you're here.

Shovel: Steve, hurry up.

Steve: Shovel and Pail are found something in the backyard. Come on. I wonder what there found?

Pail: It's buried.

Shovel: Right there.

Steve: Whoa! What are these?

Viewer: Footprints.

Steve: Footprints. Wow! Those Footprints Are Huge. What Are They Could Be Made Be Footprints.

Pail: According To My Book Those Are Dinosaur Footprints.

Steve: Dinosaur Footprints?

Shovel: Dinosaurs, In Our Backyard, Steve!

Steve: Ooh, Hey, Wait A Minute? Did I Ever Seen A Real Life Dinosaur In Your Backyard?

Viewers: No.

Steve: Nope. Me Either, Have I.

Pail: No, Dinosaurs Are Not Alive Anymore. My Book Says ”There Extinct”.

Steve: Oh, Well, If All The Footprints, Are Extinct. And There Are Be Footprints Get Here.

Pail: Well, A Dinosaur To Must To Be Walked Year A Long Long Long Long Time Ago.

After All The Dinosaurs Are Extinct The Footprints Are Staying Just Turn Into A Stone. 

Shovel: Are you sure, the dinosaurs are not alive anymore?

Pail: Yep, Dinosaurs Lived A Millions And Millions And Millions And Millions And Years Ago.

They Aren’t Alive Now.

Steve: Oh, So. So These Really, Really, Really Old Footprints.

Pail: Uh-Huh.

Steve: That’s Amazing.

Shovel: What’s That Sound?

Steve: What Do You Think It Is?

Shovel: It’s Not A Dinosaur. Is It.

Steve: It’s… It’s…It’s…

Blue: Bow, Bow! Bow!

Steve: It’s Blue.

Blue: (Barks Excited)

Steve: Hey, Blue What Happened? Did You See Something.

Well, What Did You See?

Blue: (Barking) Leaving Pawprint On The Screen.

Steve: Oh, Will Play Blue’s Clues To Figured Out What Blue Saw?

I Love Blue’s Clues.

We Are Gonna Play Blues Clues Cause It’s Really Great Game Yeah.

So Remember Blue’s Pawprints Will Be On The Clues, Blue’s Clues.

(Clue Dinosaur Roaring)

Steve: Hey, The Pawprint Is Being A Dinosaur.

(Roars)

I’m The One Being Too.

(Clue Dinosaur Roaring)

Steve: (Roars) Hey, Do You Wanna Roar This Pawprint Off With Me.

Viewers: Yes.

Steve: Great. Ready, 1, 2, 3. Roar.

Viewers & Steve: (Roars)

Steve: You Can Call Me, Steveasaurus Rex. King Of The Dinosaurs.

Hey, You Know What We Need For Blue’s Clues. Our Handy Dandy…

Viewer: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook. Right. Come On.

Roar!

Sidetable: Roar! Steve, Here’s Your Dino-Notebook.

Steve: A Dino-Notebook.

This Is Great. Because I Am, Steveasaurus Rex You Know. Thanks.

Sidetable: You’re Welcome.

Steve: To Play Blue's Clues, We've Gotta Find A...

The Viewers: Pawprint!

Steve: Oh, A Pawprint. Right. And That's Our 1St...

The Viewers: Clue!

Steve: A Clue?

The Viewers: A Clue!

Steve: Then We Put It In Our...

The Viewers: Notebook!

Steve: Because They're Blue's Clues, Blue's Clues!

Steve: We've Gotta Find Another Pawprint,

That's Our 2Nd Clue!

We Put It In Our Notebook,

'Cause They're Whose Clues? Blue's Clues!

We've Gotta Find The Last Pawprint,

That's The 3Rd 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!

Steve: That We Want To Do!

You Know I Can Tell I’m Really Gonna Need Your Help Today.

Trying To Figured Out What Blue Saw?

Will You Help Me? You Will.

Great.

And Steveasaurus Rex. King Of The Dinosaurs.

(Sniffs) Come On.

We Are Looking For Blue’s Clues.

I Wonder Where They Roar.

Viewer: A Clue, A Clue.

Steve: You See A Clue. Where?

Viewer: Over There.

Steve: Roar! Right There On These Scales.

So Scales Must Be Our 1St Clue.

You Know We Need To Write This Clue.

In Our Handy Dandy…

Viewer: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook. Right. 

Roar! Let’s See To Draw Scales We Need Some Rows Of Half Circles.

There. Scales.

So, What Do You Think Blue Saw With Scales?

Maybe, But, I Think We Better Find Some More Blue’s Clues.

To Figured This Out, Let’s Go.

Pail: Shovel, I Thought We Landed Over This.

Shovel: But Just Look Like A Dinosaur.

Steve: What’s Going On?

Shovel: Steve, There’s A Dinosaur Over There.

Pail: Dinosaurs Are Extinct.

Steve: Oh, Which Do You Think It’s A Dinosaur.

Shovel: Well, If Has All These Parts That Look Like A Dinosaur.

Steve: Will You Help Us Figured Out What’s Behind That Bush?

Great. Come On.

Shovel: I See You Really Have Long Neck.

Dinosaur Have Long Necks.

Pail: He’s Right. Dinosaurs Did Have Long Necks.

Wait. This One Is Yellow And Brown Spots With 4 Hooves.

That’s Not A Dinosaur.

What Could It Be?

Steve: Well, What Has 4 Hooves. Yellow And Brown Spots, And A Really Really Long Long Long Neck.

Viewer: A Giraffe.

Steve: A Giraffe.

You Think? Let’s See.

Shovel: Oh, It Is A Giraffe.

It Just Not A Made Of Look Like A Dinosaur.

What Was That?

Look! Behind That Tree.

I See A Dinosaur.

Steve: Uh, Will You Help Us, Go See If Behind That Tree.

Great. Come On.

Shovel: Look! Claws!

Steve: Hey, Did Someone Dinosaurs Have Claws?

Pail: Wait. It Has Wings. And Feathers Too.

What Could That Be?

Steve: Well, What Could Behind That Tree. With Claws, Wings, And Feathers.

Viewer: A Bird.

Steve: A Bird.

Shovel: Whew! It’s Just A Bird. It’s Not A Dinosaur.

Steve: Whew!

Shovel: Steve! Over There! Dinosaur!

It’s Got Spikes Sticking Up All Over It.

Steve: Spikes?

Pail: Lots Of Dinosaurs Have Spikes.

But I Don’t Think Dinosaurs Have Big Brown Noses. Or Whiskers Like That.

Steve: Well, What Could Behind That Log Spikes All Over It’s Body. And Big Brow Nose And Whiskers.

Viewers: A Porcupine.

Steve: A Porcupine.

Shovel: It’s Not A Dinosaur It’s A Porcupine.

It Looks Like A Dinosaur Spikes.

All Those Animals Only At Parts Of Look Like Dinosaurs.

Steve: Hey, Great Job Figuring Out What Those Animals Were.

Shovel: Let’s Look For More Animals.

Steve: And We Better Keep Looking For Blue’s Clues.

(Sniffs) What Was That?

Mr. Salt: Hello, Steve.

Mrs. Pepper: Hello Steve.

Steve: I’m Not Steve. I’m A Hungry. Steveasaurus Rex. Roar!

Mrs. Pepper: Okay, We Have Chicken Soup Or Lettuce Leaves.

Mr. Salt: Steve, What Kind Of A Dinosaur Are You? A Meat Eater, Or A Plant Eater.

Steve: Steveasaurus Rex Is A Meat Eater. Roar!

Which One Of These Foods Will Meat Eater Eat.

Chicken Soup Or Lettuce Leaves?

Viewer: Chicken Soup!

Steve: Chicken Soup. Right.

Ahhh!

Viewer: A Clue, A Clue.

Steve: Yup, That Was Good Soup.

Viewer: No A Clue!

Steve: Oh, You See A Clue. Where?

Viewer: Right There, Right There.

Steve: Right There On This Shape.

Hey, This Shape Is Our 2Nd Clue.

You Know We Need To Write This Clue.

Our Handy Dandy…

Viewer: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook. Right.

Heh.

This Shape Looks Like A Line That Curves Around Like This.

With Some Bumps Here. And Some Bumps Here.

There. A Shape.

Do You Remember What Our 1St Clue Was?

Scales, Right.

And Now Our 2Nd Clue Is This Shape.

So, What Do You Think Blue Saw With Scales And This Shape?

Maybe But We Better Find Our Last Blue’s Clue.

Mailtime, Mailtime, Mailtime, Mailtime, Mailtime!

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 Wanna Wail,

Mail!

Mailbox: Mailasaurtops Here. Delivering Your Letter.

Roar!

Steve: Roar! Nice Work.

Mailbox: Thanks.

Steve: You’re Welcome.

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

It’s A Letter From Our Friends.

All: Hi Steve.

We’re At The Museum Natural From Our History.

Look At All The Fossils.

It’s Humongous.

To These Fossils Are Really Old.

It’s Head Is All The Way Up There.

Look At All The Big Ones Nimble’s Are.

Let’s See Where We Weigh?

There Were The Biggest Creature This Is.

He’s Got 5 Fingers Just Like Me.

All: Bye Steve.

Steve: Bye. Wow. Those Fossils We’re Amazing.

Hey, We Still Have To Find Our Last Clue. Come On.

Roar!

Hey, Blue.

Blue: (Barks Excited) Bow, Bow, Bow! Bow, Bow, Bow!

Steve: Hey, Blue Just Skidooed Right Into That Dinosaur Diorama.

Blue Skidoo, We Can Too.

Wow! We Just Skidooed Millions And Millions Of Years. Back In Time.

This Is Where Dinosaurs When Alive. I Wonder Where They Are.

I Bet Steveasaurus Rex. And Blueasaurus.

Blue: Bow!

Steve: To Keep Tracking Down.

Roar! Roar!

Apatosaurus: Roar!

Steve: Hey, Blue, Is That You?

Blue: (Barks No)

Steve: It Wasn’t Me.

I Think Was A… A…

Apatosaurus: Apatosaurus.

Steve: A… A…

Blue: (Barks ”Apatosaurus”)

Apatosaurus: Right, Apatosaurus.

Blue: (Barks Yes)

Apatosaurus: And Who Are You?

Steve: This is Blueasaurus.

Blue: Bow!

Steve: And I Am Steveasaurus Rex. King Of The Dinosaurs.

Blue: (Barks Excited)

Steve: Hi.

Apatosaurus: King Of The Dinosaurs? I’ve Been Here You Round Here Before.

Steve: Uh, That Is The Longest Neck I’ve Ever Seen.

Apatosaurus: Why, Thank you.

Steve: Hey, Was It In Animal In Our Backyard, Had A Neck. That Has Really Really Long.

What Was It?

Viewer: The Giraffe.

Blue: (Barks Yes)

Steve: The Giraffe. Right. Had A Really Really Long Neck. Kinda Like Apatosaurus.

Hey, What Think Apatosaurus Uses To Really Long Neck For?

What Do You Think?

Viewer: To Eat.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow!

Steve: To Eat. Yeah. See. Apatosaurus Uses His Long Neck To Reach Leaves So They Can Eat Them.

You Know. Steveasaurus Rex Is A Meat Eater. Roar!

Apatosaurus: I Think The Way Much Better Taster.

Steve: Oh, Well, Goodbye Apatosaurus.

Blue: Bow, Bow!

Steve: Wow! Hey, Blueasaurus.

Blue: (She's barking.)

Steve: Look... eggs.

Blue: Bow. (A baby dinosaur crack an egg open.)

Steve: Hey, did you see that? A little teeny tiny baby dinosaur just hatched from one of those eggs.

Baby Dinosaur: MA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Steve: Shh... oh, sorry. Ooh!

Baby Dinosaur: Mama! Ma.

Stegosaurus: My Baby.

Steve: Um, you're probably wondering who I am. I'm... Steveasaurus Rex, ma'am! King of the dinosaurs! Kind of. Roar.

Stegosaurus: Well, I'm Stegosaurus, and that's my baby.

Steve: Oh, wow, your baby has really cool spikes just like you have. Hey, wasn't there an animal in our backyard that had spiky things, too?

Viewers: The porcupine.

Blue: (She barks, "Yes!")

Steve: The porcupine, right. These stegosauruses have spikes sticking up kind of like the porcupine from our backyard.

Allosaurus: (Roaring off-screen.)

Stegosaurus: That sounds like the allosaurus. I can take care of this. You better wait over there.

Steve: Oh, Steveasaurus Rex doesn't need to hide behind any tree. Roar!

Allosaurus: (Roaring off-screen.)

Steve: Okay, never mind, I'll just go hide behind a tree.

Blue: Bow, bow, bow, bow!

Steve: Look it's the Allosaurus. Well, what do you think those Stegosaurus uses for spike things for?

Allosaurus: (Roaring off-screen.)

Steve: What do you think?

Allosaurus (Roaring)

Viewer: Scaring Them Away.

Steve: Yeah. For Scaring The Allosaurus Away.

That Way She Can Protect From There Baby. And Us.

Those Spikes Are Really Come In Handy.

Well, Thank You So Much.

We Have To Go Now.

Bye Stegosaurus.

Stegosaurus: Bye Steveasaurus Rex.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow!

Steve: You Know, If The Allosaurus Way. And I Go This Way.

Archaeopteryx: Hello.

Steve: Oh, Hi There. And I’m Steveasaurus Rex.

Archaeopteryx: I Am Archaeopteryx.

Steve: Hi, Archae… Your Bird.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow!

Archaeopteryx: Archaeopteryx.

Steve: Have You Been Sense Here Before.

You’re A…

Hey, Was It In Animal In Our Backyard, That Had Wings And Feathers Just Like Archaeopteryx.

Viewer: The Bird.

Blue: (Barks Yes)

Steve: The Bird. Right. Archaeopteryx Just The Birds In Our Backyard.

Well, You Just Have The Claws He Had Under Wings.

What Do You Think Uses Her Claws For?

Blue: Bow?

Viewer: To Grab Things.

Blue: (Barks Yes)

Steve: Grabbing Things. Yeah. See That Climbing Up Into That Tree.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow!

Archaeopteryx: Well, I’m Gonna Get Going. Bye Steveasaurus Rex.

Steve: Bye.

Blue: Bow!

Steve: Wow! 

What an amazing day.

Kid: A clue, a clue!

Steve: Look. Hey these are look just like the footprints from our backyard.

Kid: A clue, a clue!

Steve:Oh you think there alyosaurus footprints?

Kid: No, a clue!

Steve: Oh, You See A Clue. Where?

Right There. I Guess It’s… The Color Green.

No, Red.

No, Orange.

Wait, What’s Happening?

Viewer: It’s Changing Colors.

Steve: Yeah. It’s Changing Colors.

I Guess Changing Colors Is A Clue.

You Know We Need To Write This Down.

Our Handy Dandy…

Viewer: Notebook.

Steve: Notebook. Right.

So, I’ll Start With My Green Crayon.

Let’s Use 3 Different Crayons. Some Green.

And Then Some Red, And Then Orange.

There. Changing Colors.

Think I Gonna To Skidooed With All My Crayons.

Hey, We Have All 3 Clues. You Know What This Means.

We’re Ready To Sit In Our…

Viewer: Thinking Chair.

Steve: Thinking Chair. Let’s Go.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow! Bow, Bow, Bow! Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow!

Steve: Okay, Now That We’re In Our Thinking Chair.

Let’s Think.

You Will, Help. 

Great.

Okay, So We’re Trying To Figured Out What Blue Saw In Our Backyard.

And Our Clues Are…

Scales,

This Shape,

And Changing Colors.

So What Do You Think Blue Saw In Our Backyard With Scales, This Shape, And Changing Colors.

Well What Could Be The Shape And Scales?

Viewer: A Lizard.

Steve: A Lizard. Right. A Lizard Is This Shape.

And It’s Body That Has Covered In Scales.

Well, What About Our 3Rd Clue Changing Colors? What Kind Of Lizard Changing Colors.

Viewer: A Chameleon.

Steve: A Chameleon. Right. A Chameleon Is A Lizard That Changing Colors.

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,

Because We're Really Smart!

Blue, Is That The Saw In Our Backyard.

A Chameleon. Can You Show Us Where?

Where? I Don’t See A Chameleon.

Just Looking Around.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow!

Bow!

Steve: Some Around Here. Blue.

Hey, That’s The Often The Big Shadow For The Chameleon.

Chameleon: Hi. Steve.

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow, Bow!

Steve: Where’s That Voice Coming.

Viewer: There. There.

Chameleon: I’m Right Here. Steve.

Steve: So Do You Are.

Did You See That? A Chameleon Made His Color Change As The Same Color As The Table.

That’s Why It’s Hard To See Him.

Chameleon: That’s Right, Steve. And Look What I Can Do Now.

Blue: Bow!

Steve: He’s, Changing Colors.

Hey, Mr. Chameleon. Have You Been Tell Me That You Look Like A Dinosaur.

Chameleon: A Dinosaur?

Why You Know I’m A Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather Was Alive I’m Dinosaurs Were.

That’s What Open Why.

Blue: (Barks Yes)

Shovel: Look, A Chameleon Has A Long Tail, But It’s Not A Dinosaur.

It’s Just Looks Like A Dinosaur.

Pail: Now You Get It.

Steve: Remember How We Figured Out With All Those Animal With Shovel And Pail.

Oh, And Remember How We Mean’t Archaeopteryx In The Land Of Dinosaurs.

Bird: This Is My Great Great Great Great Great Cousin.

Steve: Wow! Our Backyard Has Full Of Dinosaur Balanced.

Asdollsed Him.

Hey, Thank You So Much For All Of Your Help Today. 

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

We Can Do Anything That We Wanna Do!

Bye Bye. Thanks For Coming. See Ya.

(Scatting)

Blue: (Barking) Bow, Bow.

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