When Joe and the characters of the Blue's Clues house gather for the holidays, Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper show us a special present, two videos showing everyone when they were young. They take a look back and see young Steve and baby Joe as well as baby versions of many of the characters. Find out about how Steve first got Blue in "The Day We Met Blue" and the very first time that Steve and Blue ever played Blue's Clues in "Blue's First Clue". The gang also gets a special phone call from Steve.
Question (In Blue's First Clue): Where is Joe's duck blanket?
Answer to Blue's Clues: By the snowman
Living room picture:
A snowman with ice cream (has a top hat and faces left during the Mailtime segment)
Doodle of Little Steve and Baby Joe (childhood video)
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This is the second episode where the Play Blue's Clues was not featured because Blue and her friends were watching a movie with two home videos.
At the beginning of Mr. Salt's video, the camera zooms in on Joe and Boris, who was sitting right next to him.
This either probably means he is some kind of prodigy tailor for making him all by himself, he lost Boris and decided to recreate him himself later on in life, or he is just lying.
Joe has had his duck blanket when he was a baby and still has it with him today.
When Mailbox is about to deliver the mail and the different music starts, Young Steve runs around the room shouting "The mail is here, The mail is here" and finally yells out "MAIIIILLL!"
All the babies talk except for Joe.
Snail was revealed to have been living in the house since the time of the 1st movie (he appeared as a baby between the cushions by the windowsill where young Steve read his book).
He can also be seen after the 2nd movie from behind the VCR on the TV interacting with the others.
There was a playing of Blue's Clues and it happened on the second video titled "Blue's First Clue" which told the story about the time the characters played the game of Blue's Clues for the first time.
In the first Mailtime segment, when Baby Mailbox brings Young Steve the mail he is shown wearing the same flag warmer that Steve did not give him until he grew up. Possibly, Mailbox grew out of the one he wore in the video, so Steve made him another one that fitted with help from Tickety and Slippery.
This is the 2nd time that the phone sits on the floor.
This is also the 1st time that the phone was answered while it was sitting on the floor.
In the 2nd Mailtime segment, Mailbox delivers a holiday card. It featured 4 different kids celebrating a different kind of observance. There was Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Ramadan. Each of the 4 kids explained the holiday and the corresponding kid narrating that kind of observance explains their favorite part.
During the fading to the next shot, Baby Shovel and Baby Pail are standing looking at the viewers briefly before it cut to them looking at Young Steve reading "About A Puppy" (Where Baby Blue was born, and finally comes to life the next morning. This took place after the story in the next episode: The Legend of the Blue Puppy.)
This is the last episode of Season 5.
This is the final episode to air in the year 2003.
Boris can be seen wearing Steve's green striped scarf.
This is the last episode (if one counts the baby versions of Steve and Joe as different live-actors) to feature live-actors that are not Steve or Joe (not counting the kids in the letters).
This the second episode where the ringing of the telephone is mistaken as something else (in this case, the doorbell), after Joe's First Day.
During the scene where Blue leaves her third clue, a holiday version of the music track that is cued when it is time for the Thinking Chair can be heard (with a trombone playing the "Blue skidoo, we can too" tune).
When Blue and Joe go sledding, Mrs. Pepper, Tickety Tock, Slippery Soap, Shovel, and Pail start chasing after them.
Joe wears an orange squared sweater in this episode.
Sidetable is in the living room, she cannot move. Next, Sidetable can move when it's present time.
During "The Day We Met Blue" movie, in the scene where Steve is still sleeping, Blue's ball can be seen right next to Steve's bed and the purple table. After Blue skidoos out of the book, the ball mysteriously moved far away from the bed and the table.
William Ullrich (actor of Young Steve) is credited as William Ulrich.
This is supposed to be the last episode where the "Bow Bow Bow" audio follows Joe saying "Come on in", however, it appears by accident in the season 6 episode "Playdates".