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Contraptions! is the fourteenth episode of Blue's Clues from the season 5.

Characters Present

Summary

Blue and Joe have been having some fun making contraptions. They learn about devices such as pulleys and levers as they check out the contraptions the various characters have made. They use prediction skills to try and figure out what the contraptions do. They also skidoo into a computer contraption game where they help Gilda the builder to complete some unfinished contraptions.

Elements

  • Question: What will Blue's contraption do?
  • Clues:
    • 1. A Cup
    • 2. Seeds
    • 3. A Bird
  • Answer: Feed the bird
  • Skidoo location: A computer contraption game
  • Living room picture: A pulley with an envelope attached to it, then the pulley pulling the envelope

Trivia

  • Baby Bird is the bird in Blue's contraption.
  • This episode ends when Joe sings The So Long Song outside instead of inside.
  • This is Joe's version of What Does Blue Want to Build?.
  • This is the first Joe episode produced in his orange shirt.
  • This episode can be seen on the 2015 Nickelodeon DVD Let's Learn: STEM.
  • Pail appears without Shovel, except during the credits.

Goofs

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This episode is available for streaming on ViacomCBS' video streaming service Paramount+.
Blue's Clues Season 5
Can You Help? | Colors Everywhere! | The Snack Chart | The Big Book About Us | Playing Store | Patience | 100th Episode Celebration | Joe's Surprise Party | I'm So Happy! | The Boat Float | Bedtime Business | Shape Searchers | Blue Goes to the Doctor | Contraptions! | A Brand New Game | A Surprise Guest | Dress Up Day | Blue's Big Band | Up, Down, All Around! | Story Wall | The Alphabet Train | Numbers Everywhere! | Blue's Predictions | Our Neighborhood Festival | Blue Takes You to School | Meet Polka Dots! | The Scavenger Hunt | Let's Write! | Magenta's Messages | Body Language | Blue's Big Car Trip | Look Carefully... | I Did That! | Animals in Our House? | Morning Music | Blue's First Holiday
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