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Let's Write! is the twenty-eighth episode of Blue's Clues from Season 5. Originally planned to air on June 2, 2003. However, this episode aired on TV on September 17, 2003 and there is currently no internet evidence of why it aired late.

Characters Present

Summary

Joe and Blue write out words.

Recap

Joe and Blue have been having fun writing labels, labeling all sorts of different things in the Blue's Clues house. We have fun with writing too, as Joe teaches us a trick where we can write a letter in the air using our finger. We find a character named Marky up in the attic and we help him to make labels for a couple of boxes. In the Skidoo segment, Joe finds himself holding a very large paintbrush and a character named Palette shows up and asks us to help her write a word.

Elements

  • Question: What else does Blue want to write?
  • Clues:
    • 1. The Letter J
    • 2. The Letter O
    • 3. The Letter E
  • Answer: Joe
  • Skidoo location: Palette's Painting World
  • Living room picture: An owl, then a bug, then a cat, then a worm, all with labels

Trivia

  • Palette does not appear at the end of the episode because she was very busy.
  • When the toy box opens, the noisemaker from Blue's Birthday plays.
  • Elizabeth Rose Anderson, a relative of former Content Consultant Dr. Dan Anderson, and Jack Hoffman, a relative of the voice of Paprika, Corrine Hoffman, are both friends of Joe in this episode.
  • This, The Scavenger Hunt, and Magenta's Messages have been produced/filmed before the recent episodes.
  • This is Joe's version of "Blue's ABCs" and "Words".
  • This is the third episode with words. The first was "Blue's ABCs" and the second as "Words".
  • This is the third episode with letters. The first was "Blue's ABCs" and the second as "The Alphabet Train".
  • This episode appeared on the 2005 VHS/DVD release of Alphabet Power.
  • Joe wears a green squared shirt in this episode.
    • This is also the first episode since I'm So Happy!/A Brand New Game where Joe is seen with his green squared shirt.
    • Because this is a later produced episode, his hair is shorter unlike every other episode in his green squared shirt in season five. This also happens in season six episodes.
  • Although being produced before talking clues, this episode was the last before talking clues were in production.
  • This is the second episode to let the host have the answer. This is also the second time Marky appears.
  • This is the sixth time that the telephone was sitting on the floor. This happens at the end of the episode.
  • This is the only appearance of the attic in the bedroom.
  • Marky makes his only appearance during the credits.
  • This is the third episode with letters.
  • The monkey from Blue Wants to Play a Song Game appears in the toy box in this episode.

Goofs

  • Elizabeth Rose Anderson is credited as Elizabeth Rose Andersen.
  • The name of the kid, Elisabeth, in the Mailtime Segment was misspelled on closed-captioning as "Elizabeth", which is the more popular spelling for this name.
  • Periwinkle's animation during the credits is shortened.
  • Joe's voice is kind of lower pitched in some scenes than it is in other episodes.

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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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