It's a big musical event when Josh and Blue have the Bluestock concert in the backyard. Famous artists are on hand, as are many old, familiar songs. Josh and Blue explore a variety of musical styles, from reggae to jazz. We also play a musical edition of Blue’s Clues to figure out what song Blue wants to sing in the concert.
Question: What song could Blue sing in the music show?
Piano Tune (F-F-F-C; "Old MacDonald")
Electric Guitar Tune Stereo Speaker (D-D-C; "Had a Farm")
There are only 2 mats the characters sit and stand on, but in the original, there were more.
Josh doesn't sing we are gonna play Blue's Clues.
In the original, the pawprint on the screen turns into musical notes, When Joe sings, But in the remake the pawprint was taken by two ropes.
Josh doesn’t sing the short version of the How To Play Blue’s Clues song and Sidetable Drawer doesn’t sing with Josh.
In the original, Joe talked to Sidetable Drawer before singing How to play Blue's Clues with Her, But in the remake Josh talked to Sidetable after singing How to play Blue's Clues.
Periwinkle doesn't appear in this episode but he did in its original counterpart due to not being reintroduced yet. He will appear in an unknown, upcoming episode in Season 3. (Like the original series).
Because of this, his and Macy Gray's performance of Do the Daisy was replaced with Ally Brooke singing “I'm So Happy You’re Here”.
Magenta's role was larger in the remake.
In the original, the first clue was a banjo tune and the second clue was a bass tune, but in the remake, the first clue was a piano tune and the second clue was an electric guitar tune.
Ginger and Sage didn't appear in the original, because they were not born yet.
The Sun sings "The Planets Song" with Tickety who doesn't introduce the song instead of Toni Braxton.
Also, Tickety no longer has purple glitter on her bells, unlike in the original.
In the original, "The Planet Song" was placed before Blue's Clues started, but in the remake it took place after Josh found the first clue.
In the original, The Mailtime song was sung by India Arie in reggae style, but in the remake, it was sung by the Mailtime quartet in barbershop style.
In the original, Joe say a reggae version of we just got a letter, but in the remake, Josh sang it normally.
The clues played in F major, but in the original, they played in C major.
Joe’s stuffed duck Boris makes a surprise return in this episode. This was Boris’s first appearance in the reboot, except that his feet and beak are marigold instead of orange.
In the original, the guest singers sang "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" with Joe and Blue. In this episode, only Josh and Joe sing it with Blue.
In the original, the episode started outside. In this one, it started inside.
In the original episode, Joe used a kazoo to play the clues. In this reboot, Josh uses his guitar instead.
In the original, Joe sang “The Goodbye Song”, but in the remake, Josh sings the “So Long Song”.
This is the first episode in the reboot to be a remake from a Season 6 episode. (As this is the final episode of the original series.)
Slippery Soap plays an electric guitar and Purple Kangaroo plays the piano accompanying Ally Brooke singing “I'm So Happy, You Are Here”. This is the very first time that Purple Kangaroo can play the piano and Slippery Soap can play an electric guitar in the Blue’s Clues franchise.