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

CHILDREN: There she is!

Blue comes out from behind Mailbox

STEVE: Come on in.

Steve opens the door

STEVE: Oh, hi. How are you to… Tod…ay?

Steve brings up a tissue when he was about to sneeze

STEVE: *swallows* Oh… See, I’m just a little *sniffles* sniffly. *laughs* Hey, Blue, you see who’s here? Blue.

Steve goes to the couch area and Blue was on the couch hiding under her blanket

CHILD: There’s Blue.

STEVE: Oh. Oh, you see Blue? Where?

CHILD: Right there.

Steve turns towards the couch and he thinks he sees where Blue is hiding

STEVE: Oh, right *sniffles* over there. Shh.

Steve goes up and sits on the couch next to Blue hiding. Then Steve tickles Blue under her blanket as she comes out. But suddenly, Steve was about to sneeze again and Blue quickly gets the tissue box and Steve gets a tissue

STEVE: *sneezes*

BLUE: God, bless you.

STEVE: Oh, thank you, Blue. This is exactly what I need to feel better.

BLUE: *barks no*

STEVE: No? This tissue isn’t what I need to feel better?

BLUE: *barks no*

STEVE: Oh. Well, what do you think I need to feel better?

Blue leaves a paw print on the left side of the screen

STEVE: Oh, I see what you’re doing. *he picks up the tissues and comes up to the screen* We’ll play Blue’s Clues to figure out what I need to feel better. This is gonna be so much fun.

STEVE: We are gonna play Blue's Clues,

'Cause that’s a really great game, yeah!

STEVE: Now, remember, Blue’s paw print will be on the clues: Blue’s Clues. Oh, yeah, we probably clean this… paw print up.

Steve is about to sneeze, so as he gets out another tissue the paw print moves away when he sneezes

STEVE: Oh, uh, sorry. I just have the sniffles. I… Hey, you know what we need for Blue’s Clues. Our…

CHILDREN: Notebook!

STEVE: Notebook, right. And where is our notebook?

CHILD: Side Table Drawer.

STEVE: Side Table Drawer. Come on.

Steve goes to Side Table Drawer

STEVE: Hi, Side Table Drawer. How are you today?

SIDE TABLE DRAWER: I’m a little… *sniffles* sniffly.

STEVE: Sniffly? *he wipes her knob with the tissue* Me, too.

Side Table opens her drawer and Steve gets out his notebook

STEVE: You know, I really think I’m going to need your help today *sniffles* to figure out what Blue thinks I need to feel better. Will you help me? You will? Great.

STEVE: Okay, so, to play Blue’s Clues, we got to find a…

CHILDREN: Paw print!

STEVE: Paw print, right, ‘cause that’s the first…

CHILDREN: Clue!

STEVE: Yeah. Then we put it in our notebook…

STEVE: 'Cause they're Blue's Clues, Blue's Clues.

CHILDREN: Blue's Clues!

STEVE: 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.

CHILDREN: Blue's Clues!

STEVE: 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: Bow!

STEVE: That we want to do. Okay. Did I just see Blue? Well, where did she go? *Blue peaks her head from the left* This way?

CHILD: No, that way.

Steve sees that Blue went to the left

STEVE: Right. I was thinking it was that way. Okay, *sniffles* here we go.

Steve heads to the kitchen and looks for clue

STEVE: We are sniffling for Blue's Clues

We are sniffling for Blue's Clues

We are sniffling for Blue's Clues

*Steve comes to the breakfast area and on the table is a spoon with a paw print on it*

Wonder where they are

CHILD: A clue, a clue!

STEVE: Oh, *comes up to the screen* the flu. You think I have the flu? *sniffles* Oh, I really hope not. I hope it’s just the sniffles, ‘cause…

The spoon on the table stands up and lies back down

CHILD: No. A clue. 

STEVE: Oh, oh! Oh, you see a clue? Where?

CHILD: Right there!

Steve turns around and sees the clue on the spoon on the table, and then he goes up to the table

STEVE: The clue is this, this… spoon. Wow. We found our very first clue: a spoon.The spoon stands up and Steve catches it moving 

STEVE: Aha. Hey, now what do we do? 

CHILDREN: Notebook. 

STEVE: Right. We need to write this clue down in our handy-dandy… notebook. Okay, a spoon.
STEVE DRAWING: So, a long line here for the handle. And a curve there, and now we have… 

STEVE: A spoon. Hmm. So, what could make me feel better with a spoon? You know. I think we should we should probably find 2 more Blue's Clues. To figured this out *sniffles*.

MR. SALT/MRS. PEPPER: Healthy snacks, healthy snacks 

We love to eat, yum, healthy snacks

*Steve heads back inside, and goes to see Mr. Salt, Mrs. Pepper, Blue and their baby Paprika*

Carrots, bananas, and celery, too

We love to eat healthy snacks…

Uh-oh!

BLUE: Uh-oh. 

STEVE: What’s the matter?

MRS. PEPPER: Something just doesn’t belong in this group of healthy snacks. 

MR. SALT: Yes, do you think you can help us find which one doesn’t belong?

STEVE: Sure we’ll help. Right? Great. So, something doesn’t belong, huh? Which one doesn’t belong?

We look at the group of healthy snacks, and there were three strawberries, three blueberries, three cherries and one banana 

STEVE: Three strawberries, three blueberries, three cherries, and… how many bananas? 

CHILD: One. 

STEVE: One. Right. So the banana is the only fruit there’s only one of. All the other fruits are in groups of three. So, the banana…

CHILD: Doesn’t belong.

STEVE: Doesn’t belong. 

MR. SALT/MRS. PEPPER: Healthy snacks, healthy snacks 

We love to eat, yum, healthy snacks 

Carrots, bananas, and celery, too

Uh-oh!

STEVE: Uh, something else doesn’t belong again?MR. SALT: Oh, yes. Can you help us find which one doesn’t belong in this group?

STEVE: Absolutely. Hmm. Which one doesn’t belong?

We look at the new group, and there was some broccoli, lettuce, peas, and a carrot

STEVE: Broccoli, lettuce, peas, and a carrot. Well, they’re all, um… Vegetables, right. Broccoli is the color green. And so are the peas and the lettuce. The carrot is the color…

CHILD: Orange!

STEVE: Orange, right. So, the carrot…

CHILD: Doesn’t belong.

STEVE: Doesn’t belong.

MR. SALT/MRS. PEPPER: Healthy snacks, healthy snacks 

We love to eat, yum, healthy snacks 

Carrots, bananas, and celery, too

Uhoh!

STEVE: Something else, uh, doesn’t belong?

MR. SALT: Yes. We need your help.

STEVE: Okay. Let’s take a look at those healthy snacks. 

We look at the new group, and there is an orange, celery, watermelon, and a pear

STEVE: Um, an orange, a ,pear celery, and a watermelon. Hmm. Well, the orange, the pear and the watermelon are all… fruits. The celery is a…

CHILDREN: Vegetable!

STEVE: Vegetable, right. So the celery…

STEVE/CHILD: Doesn’t belong.

MRS. PEPPER: The celery is the only vegetable.

MR. SALT/MRS. PEPPER: Thank you! Thank you!

STEVE: Hey, you’re welcome.

MR. SALT/MRS. PEPPER: Healthy snacks, healthy snacks 

We love to eat, yum, healthy snacks 

Carrots, bananas, and celery, too

STEVE: Yum!

MR. SALT/MRS. PEPPER: We love to eat healthy snacks, don’t you?

Steve goes outside to the garden

STEVE: Healthy snacks, healthy snacks

I love to eat, yum, healthy snacks 

Carrots, bananas, and celery, too

I love to eat healthy snacks…

*Steve sneezes and then Shovel and Pail come in*

STEVE: Oh… Don’t you?

SHOVEL: Did you hear the sneezing, Doctor?

PAIL: Yes, Doctor.

SHOVEL: It’s the patient.

PAIL: There he is, the patient.

SHOVEL: Hello, patient.

STEVE: Patient? Me?

PAIL: Yes, patient. I’m Dr. Pail and this is Dr. Shovel. 

STEVE: Hello, doctors. 

SHOVEL/PAIL: You need a checkup!

PAIL: Sit right here, patient.

STEVE: Okay.

Shovel and Pail have Steve sit down on the grass

STEVE: Ooh.

PAIL: Checkup Number One: How many noses does Steve have?

STEVE: How many noses do I have?

CHILD: One!

SHOVEL/PAIL: One. Check.

STEVE: Check.

PAIL: Okay, Checkup Number Two: How many fingers does Steve have?

STEVE: How many fingers?

Steve holds up all his fingers 

CHILD: Ten! 

SHOVEL/PAIL: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten fingers. Check. We figured out what you have. 

STEVE: What I have? What I have? What do I have? 

SHOVEL/PAIL: You have…*laugh* You have… *laugh* To find two more clues. 

*Shovel and Pail laugh*

STEVE: Oh. Well, I think we better follow doctors’ orders and find two more Blue’s…

Steve is about to sneeze and Pail gets the tissue box and Steve takes a tissue

STEVE: Oh… Clues.

Steve then gets up and goes back inside 

STEVE: We are sniffling for Blue's Clues

We are sniffling for Blue's Clues

We are sniffling for Blue's Clues

Wonder where they are

Steve thens comes back into the couch area

CHILD: A clue, a clue!

STEVE: Oh, yeah, we still need to find two more clues.

CHILD: A clue. Right there. 

STEVE: Oh, wait. Really? You see another clue? Another Blue’s Clue? Where? 

Steve turns around and sees the clue on a big yellow bowl on a table near the couch surrounded by orange peels, and then he goes up to it. 

STEVE: Look at that, on the table, there’s a bowl. And the clue is on that bowl. So our second clue is *sniffles* this bowl! Okay, you know what we need. Our handy-dandy… 

CHILDREN: Notebook! 

STEVE: Notebook. Okay, a bowl looks like… 

STEVE DRAWING: Well, there’s a circle at the top, and a curve here. And over here. And we have a bowl. 

STEVE: So, we’re trying to figure out what I need to feel better. *sniffles* What was our first clue? 

CHILD: Spoon!

STEVE: A spoon. Right. And now we have a bowl. Hmm. So what could Blue think I need to feel better *sniffles* with a spoon and a bowl? What do you think I need to feel better? You know. I think we need to find our last Blue's Clue. *sniffles*.

CHORUS: Mail Time, Mail Time, Mail Time, Mail Time, MAIL TIME!

STEVE: The mail’s here!

STEVE: Here's the mail, it never fails.

It makes me want to wag my tail.

When it comes, I want to wail,

Steve is about to sneeze before finishing the song and he gets the tissue

STEVE: Ah. Mail.

Steve throws the tissue in the trashcan, and heads outside to meet Mailbox.

MAILBOX: You know what you need to feel better, Steve?

STEVE: Oh, oh, please, tell me.

MAILBOX: You need… your last clue.

STEVE: Oh. Right. *chuckles* You know, I’d settle for a letter from our friends.

MAILBOX: A letter? I just happen to have a letter right here.

STEVE: Cool.

Mailbox opens and Steve gets the letter out

STEVE: We just got a letter.

STEVE: We just got a letter.

We just got a letter.

We just got a letter.

Wonder who it's from?

STEVE: It’s a letter from our friends.

JOHN: Hi, Steve. I’m going for a checkup.

DOCTOR: Hi, John, how are you today?

JOHN: Good.

DOCTOR: I’m going to take a look in your ears here, okay?

The doctor looks in John’s ear with an otoscope

JOHN: Ooh, that tickles.

DOCTOR: Yeah. Looks pretty good in there. Let me take a listen to your chest and your heart, okay? I’ll warm it up for you.

The doctor listens to John’s heart with a stethoscope

DOCTOR: It’s Working. Want to take a listen? Take a listen. Pop those in.

John puts the stethoscope in his ears and listens to his heartbeat

JOHN: That’s pretty cool I can hear my own heart.

DOCTOR: John, we can give you a clean bill of health and a lollipop.

JOHN: Thanks, doctor.

DOCTOR: You’re welcome.

JOHN: Bye, Blue. Bye, Steve.

STEVE: Bye! You know, you learn something every time you go to the doctor.

GIRL: Steve, Blue!

STEVE: Are you calling me?

GIRL: No, it’s me, Jill. 

STEVE: Oh, come on. 

Steve gets up and him and Blue go to the couch area and see Jill in her book 

STEVE: Oh, look! 

JILL: Phew! Finally! I’ve been waiting for you to finish my story. 

STEVE: Oh, that’s right. Remember, Blue? We never finished reading that story. 

JILL: I need you to turn this page, so I know what happens next. 

STEVE: I’m so sorry. It’s just, friends came over. I’m feeling a little… *sniffles* Hey, why don’t we finish the story and then look for more Blue’s Clues, okay?

Jill in the book leaves and then Blue skidoos into the book

STEVE: Wow, did you see that? You know, Blue’s right. The best way to read a book is to just get into it. 

STEVE: Blue skidoo… 

Steve sneezes and skidoos into the book and when he got there he has a raincoat and a rain hat on and Blue has a rain hat on, too

STEVE: Whoa. *laughs* Wow. Look at these pages. We’re in a book! Let’s read. Okay, so, one cold and rainy day…

It begins to rain

BLUE: Uh-oh. 

STEVE: Oh, that was a bad idea, ‘cause I have the sniffles and I don’t even have my…

Steve thens discovers that he has a raincoat and rain hat on

STEVE: Cool. Okay. So, one cold and rainy day, a *Jill comes in* little girl named…

JILL: Jill, that’s me!

STEVE: Hi, Jill. 

JILL: Hi, Steve. 

STEVE: So, one cold, rainy day, a little girl named Jill came outside to, uh, play. 

Jill begins to jump rope 

JILL: Play, play, play. 

STEVE: There she was. She was playing. Yup, playing away. 

Steve wasn’t sure what happens next

JILL: We have to turn the page.

STEVE: Huh?

JILL: Turn the page.

STEVE: Turn the page?

Suddenly, the page turns and Steve And Blue jump to the next one and this page is blank

STEVE: Okay. So, the little girl, she, uh, uh… *comes up to the screen* There are no pictures on this page.

JILL: You have to figure out what happens next.

STEVE: Will you help me? Okay, great. So, let’s just try to remember what happened first. So the story began on a, ooh, a… a something day. Uh… What kind of day was it outside?

CHILD: Cold. Rainy.

The page turns into a cold, rainy day just like before

STEVE: Right. Cold and rainy. So, on this cold, rainy day, a little girl named Jill came outside to, uh, uh… What did she come outside to do?

CHILD: Play!

Jill comes out with some toys the play outside

STEVE: Play, right.

JILL: Play, play, play.

Jill lays out a hula hoop, a jump rope and a ball

STEVE: And what was Jill playing?

CHILD: Jump rope!

Jill picks up the jump rope and begins jumping rope

JILL: Play, play. Jump, jump.

Jill is jumping rope when all of a sudden she stops and begins to shiver because she’s only a dress and no rain gear

JILL: Ooh… Shiver, shiver.

STEVE: And what was Jill wearing on this cold, rainy day?

CHILD: A dress!

STEVE: A dress! Mm-hmm. Only a dress. So what do you think happened next in Jill’s story?

Jill blows her nose and her ponytails go down and now she has a cold

CHILD: Jill got all wet. And got sick.

STEVE: She got sick. How come?

JILL: ‘Cause I didn’t have my raincoat on or my hat, or my boots.

STEVE: See, you got to have the rain gear.

BLUE: Uh-uh.

STEVE: Okay. Let’s see what happens next. Turn the page.

Steve and Blue jump to the next page and see Jill in bed resting

STEVE: So, Jill went to bed and, uh, what did she do?

CHILD: She slept. She rested.

JILL: Rest, rest, rest.

STEVE: Turn the page.

Steve and Blue jump to the next page and see Jill in her pajamas at a table with a glass of juice and some vegetables

STEVE: Oh, and then she drank lots of, of, uh, of…

CHILD: Juice!

Jill drinks a glass of juice

JILL: Juice, juice, juice.

Jill’s ponytails go back up and wasn’t sick anymore

STEVE: And soon she was feeling much better.

JILL: Much better. The end. Bye!

Jill and Blue leave

STEVE: You know, you’re really good at this reading business.

Steve moves aside and the vegetables on the table have a paw print on them

CHILD: A clue, a clue!

STEVE: No, no, you really. I mean, I wouldn’t kid you.

CHILDREN: No. No, a clue.

STEVE: Oh, you see a clue.

Steve looks at the table and sees the clue on the vegetables

STEVE: There’s a clue here now, and there wasn’t before. Wow, right here, in Jill’s story! You know what we need. Our handy-dandy…

CHILD: Notebook!

STEVE: Notebook. Okay. We need to write down these, these… vegetables.

STEVE DRAWING: So, a carrot, with the green stuff on top. And a potato, with eyes. And a celery stick, with some lines. Vegetables.

STEVE: There. Well, we have our last clue. Do you know what this means? We’re ready for our…

Steve tries to find a way home but then he gets an idea

STEVE: Turn the page.

Steve jumps to the next page and sees a way to the Thinking Chair

CHILD: Thinking Chair!

STEVE: Thinking Chair. Let’s go!

Steve does the skidoo dance and then he skidoos out of the yellow frame and no longer had his rain gear. Then he sits in the Thinking Chair

STEVE: Ooh. Okay. Now that we’re in our Thinking Chair let’s *pulls out notebook* think.

Steve pulls a tissue out of his pocket and sneezes

STEVE: *congested* Okay. We really need to figure out what I need to feel better. Our clues are: a spoon, a bowl, and vegetables. Hmm. So what could Blue *Blue pops out* think I need to feel better with a spoon, a bowl and vegetables? Hmm. Ooh, ooh, do, do you think maybe Blue wants me to do the Vegetable Dance with the spoon and the bowl?

CHILDREN: No!

STEVE: No. Really, though what could make me me feel better with a spoon, a bowl, and vegetables? Well, you can, you can eat out of the bowl, with a spoon and add the vegetables and make, um… uh…

CHILD: Vegetable soup!

STEVE: Vegetable soup. That’s it! Blue thinks I need Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper’s famous vegetable soup to feel better! We just figured out Blue’s Clues.

The music begins and Steve does it while still sitting in the Thinking Chair

STEVE: 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: Oh, yeah, let’s go.

Steve gets up and goes to the kitchen at the breakfast table and Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper have some vegetable soup ready for him

STEVE: Oh, thank you so much, Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper for making my vegetable soup.

MR. SALT: A cure for the sniffles.

Shovel and Pail come in

SHOVEL: Just what the doctor ordered.

PAIL: Vegetable soup.

Jill joins in too

STEVE: Oh, look who’s here. It’s…

CHILD: Jill!

JILL: I could use some vegetable soup, too. 

Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper come in with three bowls of vegetable soup for everyone 

MR. SALT/MRS. PEPPER: Vegetable soup for everyone!

Everyone begins eating their vegetable soup and Steve was starting to feel better

STEVE: You know, *breathes clearly* this vegetable soup really is a cure for the sniffles. Thank you so much for helping me feel better today.

Steve then gets up and goes into the Thinking area for So Long

STEVE: Hey, thank you so much for all 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

STEVE: That we want to do! Bye-Bye. See you later. Thanks. Bye. 

The viewers go out the door as the door closes

THE END 

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