It's a big musical event when Joe and Blue have the Bluestock concert in the backyard. Famous artists are on hand, as are many old, familiar songs. Joe and Blue explore a variety of musical styles, from reggae to jazz. Blue also visits Blue's Room for a little Mozart, in the form of Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star. There, she learns quite literally just what the little star is.
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Question: What does Blue want to sing in the concert?
A Banjo Tune (C-C-C-G) (Old MacDonald)
A Bass Tune (A-A-G) (Had a Farm)
A Saxophone Tune (E-E-D-D-C) (E-I-E-I-O)
Answer: Old MacDonald Had a Farm
This is the last episode for a couple of things:
The last episode to date to see Blue as a 2D animated character, as the reboot has her featured in CGI animation.
Outside of the Blue's Clues TV series, Blue was seen as a 2D animated character one last time in Nickelodeon's Mega Music Fest.
The last season 6 episode to air in 2004.
Some people could argue that this is the last episode of Blue's Clues, but this is technically not true, since Meet Blue's Baby Brother, while an episode of Blue's Room, is a crossover episode with the original show. Behind the Clues: 10 Years with Blue is actually a documentary, and Meet Blue's Baby Brother, as mentioned before, is actually a Blue's Room episode.
This is the second episode where the Old MacDonald song is the answer to Blue's Clues. The first time was in "Blue's Favorite Song."
All of the songs in this episode, with the exception of the Blue's Clues Theme Song and We Sat On Down, are new versions of previous Blue's Clues songs sung by three different characters and three celebrities.
When Joe sang We Sat on Down, the sky went dark like night while the stage was dark and a spotlight was shining on Joe while he was singing. When the song was done the lights turned back on and the sky suddenly turns light blue as if it was daytime. This goof can be seen on 16:9 ratio screens