"It's our friend Mailbox's birthday and we need to figure out what his favorite birthday game is. We also complete sprinkle patterns on his birthday cake, find the best present for Mailbox, then wrap it with different color wrapping paper and different size bows."
Question: What is Mailbox's favorite birthday party game?
Living room picture: Present store (skidoo location)
For Mailbox's birthday, there is a special celebration and we are invited to help out. They help decorate the cake for the party by observing patterns. They also skidoo along with Steve and Blue into the present store. There, they find the perfect present for Mailbox, which is a stamp book and then help Blue and Steve to find it when it gets lost among a bunch of other presents.
Steve says "Ah-ha!" in a squeaky, funny, high-pitched voice.
This is the first time where Steve gets the mail at the end.
Steve briefly cries after thinking he is sitting in glue.
This is the first episode where viewers say "Notebook!" where they sound like they are screaming. It was used on most episodes for Season One to Three until Signs.
Blue's rubber duck first appears in this episode as one of the toys at the present store.
This is also the first episode where Jennifer Oxley was one of the animators.
This is the first episode to have a running gag where Steve uses his listening skills after viewers say "A Clue!".
This is the first episode Mailbox gets a video letter on his own.
The tape player has two paw prints instead of one.
The music piece played during Musical Chairs would later become the "Pin the Flag on Mailbox" song in "Blue's Birthday".
After Steve sees Mailbox out the back window and just before Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper deliver the cake, the right side of the cake and the plate were already seen on the left side. It is also seen again when Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper go out of the screen.
When Steve and Blue look at possible presents for Mailbox at the present store, a boom mic can be seen.