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"Meet Blue's Baby Brother" is the premiere crossover finale episode between Blue's Clues and Blue's Room. It is the series finale of Blue's Clues and the second season premiere of Blue's Room.


Blue's baby brother is here and they play a game of gold clues (which has rules that is the same to Blue's Clues) to figure out who he is.


  • Question: Who is Blue's baby brother?
  • Gold Clues
    • 1. The word, "Puppy"
    • 2. Circles
    • 3. Colors (pink, purple, and orange)
  • Answer: Sprinkles
  • Wrong Answer: A puppy playing with colored circles
  • Skidoo: Puppyville


As the viewers enter Blue's Room, Blue greets the viewers and says that they are just in time for her family party, a special party for family members. She walks over to a brightly decorated table where Fred, Polka Dots, Joe and Mailbox are seated. She explains that her party is a party for everyone she knows, and all their families. She asks who is in the viewers' family, and comments how nice they sound. More guests arrive. First, Mr. Salt, Mrs. Pepper, Paprika and Cinnamon, then Roary and his grandmother, who has baked a sweet potato pie for the occasion, and finally Shovel and Pail. The party is about to get underway when Mailbox notices that there is still one vacant place at the table. Joe explains that that chair is being saved for the guest of honor; someone really special in Blue’s family. Blue asks if the viewer wants to know who, and after a bit of coaxing, reveals that she has a new baby brother. Everyone is shocked and ecstatic at this news. Polka Dots asks where he is. Blue and Joe get up from the table. They walk over to a picture on the wall, and Blue announces that her baby brother was born in a location called Puppyville, accessible through the painting. Blue asks if the viewer will come along to help. The viewer agrees. Blue and Joe skidoo into Puppyville.

Once there, they start asking each puppy they see if they are Blue's brother. The puppies only say that they could be and are not sure. Blue asks herself how they will find Blue's baby brother. Suddenly, a large gold pawprint appears. Blue and Joe realize what it means almost instantly: to find Blue’s baby brother, they need to play a special version of Blue’s Clues called, "Gold Clues" to figure out who he is. Both Blue and Joe are excited at this prospect. As they review the rules of the game, Joe is given a Gold Handy Dandy Notebook, and they discover a golden Thinking Chair on top of a hill. Joe excitedly asks where they should look for Gold Clues. A train whistle sounds, and a few puppies tell them to take the Puppyville Express, as it is the quickest way to get all around Puppyville.

Blue and Joe are about to hop on when Blue spots a plain white puppy hiding behind a bush. Blue and Joe go over to introduce themselves, but the puppy ducks out of sight. Deducing that he must be shy or scared, Joe and Blue gently tell him their names and invite us to do the same. The puppy says his name is Sprinkles and explains that he is here at the train station because he has no spots, and is going on an adventure to try and get some. Joe and Blue invite him to come along with them. Sprinkles joyfully accepts by yapping and the three-hop on the train.

After a few minutes, the train arrives at the first stop, Alphabet City, a location where all buildings are shaped like alphabet letters. They quickly meet another puppy, ABC Puppy, who formally welcomes them to Alphabet City. Suddenly, many balloons start floating away with the first clue. Joe runs over to grab them and is pulled into the sky. ABC Puppy whistles for a taxi so they can chase after Joe and the balloons. He explains that the only way to make the taxi cab move is to follow the alphabet. Sprinkles admits that he does not really know how to read or write because he doesn’t know the alphabet yet. Blue offers to help, and they grab letters from the sky to make letters, stopping along the way to remember what letter comes next. When they finish, Blue compliments Sprinkles on his good work, and Sprinkles excitedly confirms that he has learned his letters. Suddenly, there is a bright flash, and pink spots appear on Sprinkles. Sprinkles is dumbfounded as to how this could have happened, but Blue realizes it must have been because he learned his letters. As Sprinkles howls with excitement and sing that he's got spots, Joe finally starts to float down and is rescued by all three puppies. Joe spots five letters spelling the word "PUPPY" with a gold pawprint on them. He writes down a puppy in his notebook. Joe congratulates Sprinkles on his spots, and he, Blue, and Sprinkles board the train for their next location, Color Town, made of various art supplies.

When they get to Color Town, they meet one of the resident artists, Art Puppy, who leads them over to his latest project, a rainbow shortcut to the Numbers Kingdom. The trouble is it’s not fully painted. Art Puppy explains that some of the colors are gone. Sprinkles offers to fix the rainbow, but admits that he does not know his colors yet. Blue offers to help. Using colorful clouds and a giant paintbrush, we soon find and mix the right colors to complete the rainbow. Blue compliments Sprinkles, and with another flash, orange spots appear on Sprinkles as a reward for learning his colors. After this, Art Puppy invites them to take his shortcut, and he and Joe quickly slide up the rainbow. Sprinkles admits he is nervous, and Blue offers to ride with him.

On the count of three, they both slide up the rainbow and down the other side into Numbers Kingdom. They quickly meet the Princess of Math Puppy, and Joe decides to dress the part, returning in full armor as Knight Joe and speaking in medieval lingo. The princess offers to show them through her castle because the second pawprint was inside, but says that they must know the Clapping Codes to get through the doors. Seeing that these codes involve numbers, Sprinkles admits he does not know his numbers yet. Blue offers to help, and using their numeracy skills, they clap down each door, even using simple addition to get through the tower door. Once all the doors have been opened, Sprinkles receives purple spots as a reward for learning his numbers. Then, they saw the gold pawprint with a few circles, and Joe draws them in. Joe changes out of his knight costume, and the three puppies board the train for a trip to Shapes Forest.

Once there, they meet Shapes Puppy, who tells them that they must reach Shapes Island in order to complete their quest, plus the final pawprint was there. To do so, he says, they must build a sailboat out of shapes. Luckily, the Shapes Forest has shapes in abundance. Sprinkles asks if he can help, so Blue and Joe help him locate the perfect shapes to make a seaworthy vessel, even cutting a square to create the shape we need for the sail. Once the sailboat is complete, Sprinkles receives yellow spots as a reward for learning his shapes. Joe dresses up as a boat captain and the three of them hop in the boat and blow it across the ocean to the island. Once there, Sprinkles plays a coconut shell game to find the third and last Gold Clue: colors.

All three excitedly hop back on the train. It chugs all the way back through Puppyville and up the hill, stopping in front of the Golden Thinking Chair. As all three hop out, all the Puppyville puppies arrive to watch Blue and Joe sit in the chair to answer the most important question of all, who is Blue's new brother? Blue and Joe conclude that the puppy must have spots that are the exact same colors as the clues. But who could it be? They then realize that Blue’s new brother is Sprinkles!

Having figured out the answer, Sprinkles sticks his head over the edge of the chair, eager to know who Blue’s baby brother is. Joe vacates his seat, and Sprinkles sits next to Blue in the Thinking Chair. The viewer tells him the incredible news, Sprinkles is Blue's brother. Sprinkles is shocked, and it is confirmed when there is one final flash, and blue spots appear on Sprinkles, just like Blue's. The whole hill barks and yaps and howls with delight as Sprinkles and his big sister unite in song.

Sprinkles, Blue, and Joe all skidoo back to Blue’s Room, where Blue introduces her family to its newest member. Joe officially kicks off the family party, and Sprinkles joins his sister at the head of the table as the guest of honor. He is not there for long, though, before the whole room begins to dance in celebration. Blue and Sprinkles thank the viewer for helping them find each other as the viewer exits and the episode ends.





  • Although it's more classified as a Blue's Room episode, this episode seems to be a crossover with Blue's Clues.
  • This episode uses an instrumental version of Another Blue's Clues Day, marking the last episode where it is heard.
  • This was Joe's final appearance in Blue's Clues, the reboot featuring the new host Joshua Dela Cruz.
  • Joe wears a purple shirt in this episode.
    • This is the final time Joe wears his purple shirt in Blue's Clues.
  • This is the second and final Season Six episode in which the Goodbye Song wasn't sung, the other being The Legend of the Blue Puppy.
  • This is the final time we see Mailbox, the Shaker family, Shovel, and Pail as 2D animated characters, as Blue's Clues & You!is animated in CGI.
  • In this special, Joe is seen actually drawing all the clues in his golden notebook like the classic episodes of Blue's Clues where the host draws the clues instead of them magically drawn into the notebook and talking and singing what they are.
  • While the viewers aren't heard in this special like in the Blue's Room episodes and segments, the characters still interact with them.
  • This special was reran at 10:00 AM EST on the Nick Jr. block the next day after it's primetime premiere, and on August 11, 2006.
  • Blue appears in puppet form and talks throughout the special. This is the only Blue's Clues episode where Blue is only in her puppet form.
  • Sidetable Drawer, Tickety Tock, and Slippery Soap are the only main characters (other than Steve) who don't appear.
  • This is the series finale of the original Blue's Clues series.
  • This is also the first time that we can see the Blue's Room House unlike in Blue's Clues Season 6 where a box was shown and Season One of Blue's Room.
  • This is the Blues Clues episode where Joe uses different colored crayons.
  • He used three colored crayons are pink, orange, and purple.
  • This is the second episode, after Bugs to feature three colors as one clue which causes the host to hold three colored crayons at once to make swirls.
  • It is unknown if Sprinkles now lives with the rest of the Blue's Clues family. However, the episode, Sprinkles' Sleepover seems to imply he does even though he never appears in the reboot.
  • The design of the train Joe, Blue, and Sprinkles ride in is most likely a tribute to Steve as it resembles his notebook.
  • When the train takes them to the Golden Thinking Chair, both versions of the dramatic "Race to the Thinking Chair" music (the original from Blue's ABCs and the recent We Are Gonna Play/Just Got a Letter/Just Figured Out Blue's Clues from Steve Goes to College) plays.
    • Notebooks from the original series also appear (growing like flowers) next to the Golden Thinking Chair.
    • They were Steve's notebook, Joe's notebook, the golden notebook, the heart notebook from Love Day and the pillow notebook from Bedtime Business.
  • In the original airing, there was a prologue featuring clips of the episode The Legend of the Blue Puppy.
  • In some original episodes, the clue is visible before the paw print appears on it, or the paw print represents the clue itself; but for the 3rd clue in this episode (and the only time so far), the paw print appears 1st, and then reveals the clue before attaching itself to it.
  • This is the first and only time Blue's Clues uses the Out of the Blue Enterprises logo and the second time Blue's Clues borrows 2005 (a puddle of color, or the Holi variant) Nick Jr. Productions logo from "Go, Diego, Go".
  • This was the only time the Puppyville Puppies made their appearance in Blue's Clues.
    • They have since made several appearances in Blue's Room episodes.
  • An inanimate version of Mailbox appears at the Shapes Forest train station.
  • This is the second time in the franchise where all 3 clues appeared in the skidoo segment, the first being The Fairy Tale Ball.
  • This special was dedicated to the loving memory of Paul Beard.
  • Although Sprinkles was a baby puppy, he was able to speak.
  • This is the last time We Sat On Down was sung until the Blue's Clues & You! episode Bluestock.
  • Colors was rumored to be "Blue's last clue". It was until Meet Josh! came out.
  • This is the only Blue's Clues episode to air in 2006.

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Blue's Clues Season 6
The Legend of the Blue Puppy | Love Day | Blue's Wishes | Joe's Clues | Skidoo Adventure | Playdates | The Fairy Tale Ball | Soccer Practice | Bluestock | Meet Blue's Baby Brother

Blue's Room Season 2
Meet Blue's Baby Brother | Blue's Farm Playdate | Shape Detectives | Masterpiece Museum | Sprinkles' Sleepover | World Travelers | Mathronauts | Away Great Playdate | Little Blue Riding Hood | Knights of the Snack Table | Music Stars