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Joe: Come On In!

Blue: Bow, Bow, Bow!

Joe: What Did You Say?

Viewer: A Clue, A Clue!

Joe: You See A Clue?

Viewer: We See A Clue!

Joe: Another Blue's Clues Day, Hooray! Do You Want To Play...

All: Blue's Clues?

Joe: So Count To Three!

Pail, Periwinkle And Shovel: One, Two, Three!

Joe: And Clap Your Hands!

Tickety, Slippery And Magenta: Clap Your Hands!

Joe: Learn Something New!

All: Something New! Join Our Blue's Clues Band Today!

Mailbox: Right This Way!

All: It's Another Blue's Clues Day!

Mr Salt: Up Down, All Around.

All: It's Another Blue's Clues Day!

Blue: Bow, Bow!

(It starts outside then Joe comes in looking for something, then he spots the viewers)

Joe: Oh, hi. Uh...

(Baby Bird flies in)

Baby Bird: Tweet Tweet.

(Joe thinks he heard Baby Bird because that's who he's looking for)

Joe: I can’t find Baby Bird. Do you see him? You do. Oh, great. (Baby Bird flies over Joe’s head, then he gets an idea) Is he over my head or under my head?

Kid: Over. 

Joe: Over? Great. Okay.

(Baby Bird flies away right before Joe looked up)

Joe: Oh, he went that way. (calls) Yoo-hoo, Baby Bird! Come on.

(Joe goes to the backyard)

Baby Bird: Tweet tweet.

(Baby Bird hides behind a bush right before Joe came in)

Joe: Oh, hey. Is Baby Bird in front of me or behind me?

Kid: Behind you.

Joe: Oh, behind me.

(Baby Bird flies away right before Joe turned around)

Joe: Oh. 

(Joe continues to look for Baby Bird, then he flies down to a branch)

Joe: Well, where is he now?

Kid: On the branch.

Joe: On the branch?

(Joe turns around and sees him on the branch)

Joe: Oh, on the branch. Wow, thanks.

(Joe goes over to him)

Baby Bird: Tweet.

Joe: Hi, Baby Bird.

Baby Bird: Hi. You found me! Tweet.

(Blue comes in)

Joe: Oh, hey, Blue. Look who we found. Baby Bird.

Blue: Hi, Baby Bird.

Baby Bird: Hi, Blue. Gotta fly. Bye. Tweet.

(Baby Bird flies away)

Joe: Let’s find something else. Blue, what do you want to find?

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

Joe: We’ll play Blue’s Clues to figure it out. I love playing Blue’s Clues. We are gonna play Blue’s Clues. Cause it’s a really great game, yeah!

Joe: So remember, Blue’s paw print will on the clues: Blue’s Clues.

(Joe points the paw print off with his fingers)

Joe: You know what we need to play Blue’s Clues: our handy-dandy...

Kid: Notebook.

Joe: Notebook. Let’s go inside to find it.

(Joe goes inside to Side Table Drawer)

Side Table: Hi, Joe. 

Joe: Hi.

(Joe looks for the notebook)

Side Table: What are you looking for?

Joe: Our notebook.

Side Table: (clears throat)

(She opens her drawer to show him the notebook)

Joe: (gasps) Ah ha! I found it! (gets the notebook out) Right inside the drawer. Thanks, Side Table Drawer.

Side Table: You're welcome.

(music starts)

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

Kids: Paw print!

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

Kids: Clue!

Joe: A clue?

Kids: A clue!

Joe: Then we put it in our...

Kids: Notebook!

Joe: 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!

Joe: That we want to do! (does jazz hands) Okay. Are you ready to find Blue’s Clues so we can figure out what Blue wants to find? Your are? Oh, good. 

(Blue comes from the right and goes to the left and barks behind Joe)

Joe: Blue! (Joe turns around and wonders which way Blue went) Which way did Blue go?

Kid: That way.

Joe: That way? Thanks. Come on. 

(Joe and the viewers go looking for clues)

Joe: We are looking for Blue's Clues. Wonder where they are

(Joe comes to a table behind her and the first clue was squeaking under it)

Kid: A clue!

Joe: You see a clue? (the clue hides behind the leg of the table and Joe wondered if the clue was over or under the table) Hmm. Is it under the table or over the table?

Kid: Under.

Joe: Under the table.

(Joe goes to the table, but then the clue hides under a piece of paper right before he got down and looked and couldn’t see it)

Joe: Where’d the clue go?

(the clue pops up from under the paper)

Kid: Under the paper.

Joe: Under the paper?  

(Joe looks under the table again and then the clue pops again up)

Joe: Oh, there it is. Hey, this clue really likes to go under things, (the clue comes out to help Joe show what he means) like under the table, (the clue goes back under the paper) and under that paper. I guess “under” must be our first clue! Well, you know what we need now. (Joe moves over and sits with his legs crossed) Our handy-dandy...

Kid: Notebook.

Joe: Notebook, right. So, (the clue goes back under the paper) under.

Joe drawing: First, let’s draw a line, then an arrow pointing under the line.

Joe: There, under. What could Blue want to find with the clue “under”? Bingo. Let's keep looking for two more clues.

Mail Time, Mail Time, Mail Time, Mail Time, MAIL TIME!

Joe: The mail’s here! Let's go! 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 too high and Joe sits in the Thinking Chair)

Joe: Hi, Mail (looks up) box?

Mailbox: Oops! I came in a little too high. Let me try that again.

(Mailbox tries again but comes in too low)

Joe: Um, Mailbox, I think this time you came in a little too low.

Mailbox: Huh. One more time.

(Mailbox tries it one more time and finally gets it right)

Joe: Ah, that’s perfect!

Mailbox: Whew! Here’s your letter.

(Joe gets out his letter)

Joe: Thanks, mailbox.

Mailbox: You're welcome.

Joe: 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?

Joe: Oh, look, it’s a letter from our friends.

Everyone: Hi, Joe!

Boy: We’re watching a puppet show.

Girl: Look.

Bunny: Hello!

Everyone: Hi.

Bunny: I’m playing hide and seek with my friend Elephant. Will you help me find him?

Everyone: Yes!

Bunny: All right! Where is Elephant?

Everyone: Next to the tree, right there.

Bunny: Oh, he’s next to the tree. Elephant, where are you? Where is Elephant?

Everyone: On top of the rock!

Bunny: I got him this time. Aha! (groans)

(Children laughing)

Bunny: Where is that Elephant?!

Everyone: Behind you! Behind you. 

Bunny: Oh, he’s behind me.

Everyone: Come on, Bunny! Do your stuff. 

Bunny: Elephant, come and get it! Elephant! We found you!

Everyone: Bravo!

Bunny: Alright! Thank you, thank you.

Elephant: Hey, I got a plan, Bunny. How about on three, we'll say bye to Joe. Ready?

Everyone: Yes we are!

Bunny: Here we go. One!

Elephant: Two!

Bunny: And three!

Everyone: Bye, Joe!

Joe: Bye, everyone. Wow, there are so many friends out there doing a puppet show. They're so cool. 

Voice: Uh-oh.

(Joe gets up from the thinking chair, and he goes to sees Freddy Felt Friend in the living room in his car looking at a map)

Joe: Oh, look. It’s Freddy Felt Friend.

Freddy: Hi, Joe.

(Joe gets on the floor and Freddy drives over to him)

Joe: Hi, Freddy. How come you’re not in the felt frame?

Freddy: I got lost. (takes out a map) Will you help me follow these directions? I need to go through a tunnel, along a curvy road, and around the tree to get back home.

Joe: Will you help Freddy Felt Friend follow the directions home? You will? Excellent! Don’t worry Freddy, we’ll get you home.

Freddy: Great, come on. 

(Freddy and Joe come to three roads. The first one goes through a long tunnel, the second one has no tunnel, and the third one goes through a short tunnel)

Freddy: So first I need to go through the long tunnel.

Joe: So, which road goes through the long tunnel?

Kid: That road.

(Freddy drives to the first road)

Joe: Yeah! Because that tunnel is long, and that road goes right through it.

Freddy: Here I go, through the long tunnel! 

(Freddy drives through the long and then he and Joe who sits on his legs come to three more roads. The first one is straight, the second one is curvy, and the third one makes a turn)

Freddy: Uh-oh. Now what? Next I need to drive on the curvy road.

Joe: Hmm, the curvy road? Which road is curvy?

Kid: That road.

(Freddy drives to the second road)

Joe: Oh, yeah! That road is curvy.

Freddy: Here I go, on the curvy road!

(Freddy drives on the curvy road and then he and Joe who sits with his legs crossed come to 3 more roads. The first one goes around a tree that’s far away, the second one stops at a tree, and the third one goes around a tree that’s closer from the first one)

Joe: What’s the next direction, Freddy?

Freddy: I need to go around the far tree.

Joe: Which road goes around the far tree?

Kid: That road.

(Freddy drives to the first road)

Joe: Good thinking! That tree is far away and that road goes around it.

Freddy: Here I go, around the far tree!

(Freddy drives around the far tree and then he arrives where the felt frame is and hops out of his car and then Joe walks in and there was a train, a balloon, and a sailboat)

Freddy: There’s my home. Now I just have to go up.

Joe: Ah. So, which of these things should Freddy use to go up?

Kid: The balloon.

Joe: The hot air balloon. Yeah!

(Freddy gets in the balloon)

Freddy: Here I go! Up, up and away!

Joe: Go, Freddy! You’re getting there!

(the balloon takes Freddy back in the felt frame and Joe comes up to it)

Freddy: Yay! I’m home! I’m home! Thanks for helping me.

Joe: Hey your welcome, Freddy. Glad we can help.

(Freddy goes into his house)

Joe: You, you are so good at following directions. Hey, we still have two more clues to find. Come on.

(Joe goes to the kitchen)

Joe: We are looking for Blue's Clues. Wonder where they are

Kid: A clue!

Joe: Oh, you see a clue? Ah. Am I getting (takes a step sideways to the left) closer to the clue or further?

(He takes a few more steps away from the clue)

Kid: Further.

Joe: I’m further? Okay, how about now? (takes a step to the right) Am I getting closer or further?

Kid: Closer.

(Joe stops stops right behind the clue)

Joe: I’m closer! Where is it? Oh oh. (Joe looks in front of him and sees the clue on some water in a pitcher) Ah! There’s a clue on this water. Maybe. Well, you know what we need now. Our handy-dandy…

Kid: Notebook.

Joe: Notebook, right. Ha.

Joe drawing: We can draw a line that curves like waves, another and one more. There, water.

Joe: So what was our first clue?

Kid: Under.

Joe: Under, right. And now our second clue is water. What could Blue want to find with under and water? Oh, maybe. But, let’s keep looking for our last clue left, and then, we will figure it out.

Voice: Is it left or right?

(Joe goes to the window seat and Blue comes. Then they see someone calling from a clay model of a farm)

Little Bo Peep: Hi, it’s me, Little Bo Peep. I need help finding my sheep.

Joe: Ah, sure! We’re great at finding things. Let’s go help Little Bo Peep.

(Blue skidoos into the clay model of Little Bo Peep’s farm)

Joe: Blue skidoo, we can, too.

(Joe skidoos to the farm)

Joe: It’s Little Bo Peep’s farm.

(Joe and Blue meet up with Little Bo Peep at a haystack)

Joe: Hey, Little Bo Peep, we’re here to help you find your sheep.

Little Bo Peep: Great! But you need to know your lefts and your rights.

Joe: Wow. Um, do you know your lefts and your rights?

Blue: I do, my left, my right.

Joe: Oh! Okay.

(Joe turns around to show how we’ll remember them)

Blue: This is our left...

Joe: This is our left.

Blue: And this is our right.

Joe: and this is our right. Left, right. We’re ready Little Bo Peep.

Little Bo Peep: Wonderful! Let’s look for my sheep.

Joe: Okay.

(as Little Bo Peep leaves, a white sheep peaks out from behind the right side of the haystack)

White Sheep: Baa!

Joe: A sheep. Hmm, okay. Is it (turns around) on the left side of the haystack, or the right side of the haystack?

(The white Sheep comes out on the right side of the haystack)

Kid: Right.

White Sheep: Baa!

Joe: Aha! On the right of the haystack. Hey, sheep. Oh, Little Bo Peep? We’ve found a sheep.

Little Bo Peep: There you are. I’m so glad we’ve found you. Come on. We still have two more sheep to find.

(they go looking for more sheep. They come up to two wagons and a black peaks out in the left wagon)

Black Sheep: Baa! 

Joe: Another sheep! Hmm. So, is it (turns around) in the left wagon or the right wagon?

Kid: Left.

Black Sheep: Baa!

Joe: In the wagon on the left! Hi, sheep. Little Bo Peep, come quick!

Little Bo Peep: You found another sheep. Now we only have to find one more. Come on.

Gray Sheep: Baa!

Joe: A sheep.

Gray Sheep: Baa!

(Joe and Blue go to four windows on the back of the barn the gray sheep peaks out in the top right window)

Gray Sheep: Baa!

Joe: Ah. Okay, is it (turns around) on the left or on the right?

Kid: Right.

Joe: Ah, on the right.

(Joe and Blue look on the right but there were two windows on the right)

Joe: Oh. Is it in the top right window or the bottom right window?

Kid: The top right.

Gray Sheep: Baa!

(Joe and Blue see the sheep in the top right window)

Joe: Ha! In the top right window! There’s the sheep!

Little Bo Peep: Sheep, there you are. Come on down.

(the gray sheep comes down and they all hear the other sheep)

Blue: Baa!

(Everyone goes into the field)

Gray Sheep: Baa!

Little Bo Peep: You found all my sheep!

Sheep: Baa!

Little Bo Peep: Thanks for helping me.

Joe: Sure. You were so good at that. You really know your (turns around) lefts and your rights. Bye, Little Bo Peep.

Little Bo Peep: Bye bye. Thanks again.

(Blue skidoos back and then Joe does the skidoo dance and then he skidoos back to the window seat)

Joe: All right! Let’s find the third clue.

Kid: A clue!

Joe: (gasps) You see a clue? Okay. (turns around) Is it to my left or to my right?

Kid: Right.

Joe: Ah, to my right.

(Joe goes right past the clue and it is no longer to the right of him)

Joe: What about now? Oh. (turns around) Is it to my left or to my right?

Kid: Left.

(Joe looks to his left but he still doesn’t see the clue)

Joe: Where is it?

(Joe turns around and he finally sees the clue on a page with paper scales)

Joe: Ah! There it is, a clue! (Joe goes over to it) On these, scales. You know what we need now. Our handy-dandy...

Kid: Notebook.

Joe: Yeah, our notebook. Hmm. So, scales.

Joe drawing: First, let’s draw a line with some curves on the side. More curves here, two more and we have scales.

Joe: There. (closes notebook) We have all three clues to figure out what Blue wants to find. We’re ready to sit in our…

Kid: Thinking Chair!

Joe: Thinking Chair, let’s go.

(Joe goes to the Thinking Chair and sits down)

Joe: Now that we’re in our Thinking Chair, let’s think. What could Blue want to find with under, water, and scales? Ooh. Maybe what Blue wants to find is under something. Could be under water. Yeah. Yeah! And maybe it has scales! But, what could you find underwater that has scales?

Kid: A fish!

Joe: Yeah, a fish. A fish has scales and you would find it underwater. We just figured out Blue’s Clues! We sat on down, figured it out. What Blue’s Clues were all about. Wow, you know what? We’re really smart!

Joe: Come on, Blue, we’ve got a fish to find.

(Joe and Blue go outside to a stream to look for a fish)

Joe: I can’t wait to find the fish.

(Joe sits right next to Blue and Freddy Felt Friend comes in his car and sits on the bridge)

Freddy: I want to see the fish too.

Joe: Hi, Freddy.

Blue barks: Hello, Freddy.

Joe: You’re out of your frame again.

Freddy: That’s okay. This time I know how to get home.

Joe: Oh. We’re looking for a fish. 

(They begin looking for a fish)

Joe: Is it close to rocks or far from rocks?

Kid: Close to the rocks.

(They look by the rocks and see a colorful fish)

Joe: Look, close to the rocks! It’s a little fish!

Little Bo Peep: What a pretty fish.

Joe: Hi, Little Bo Peep. 

(they notice the fish isn't by the rocks anymore)

Joe: Ooh, uh, fish? Where’s the fish now?

Kid: Under the plant.

(they all see the fish under the plant)

Blue barks: Under the plant?

Joe: Oh, it is under the plant. Thank you so much for all your help today. Without you, I wouldn’t know which way to go. Come on!

(Joe wasn’t sure which way to go. When he does he heads back into the house for So Long)

Joe: 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 that we want to do. We can do anything

Joe: That we want to do! Bye, thanks again!

THE END

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