Starting from this episode, Magenta appears with her glasses in the theme song.
When Blue and Josh skidoo out of the storybook where the three bears were helped and the third clue (a pig) was found, a different recording for "Blue Skidoo, We Can Too" was used for the music track that is played when it is time for the Thinking Chair (nicknamed "Race to the Thinking Chair" by fans). Back in the Blue's Clues House, the normal brass "Blue Skidoo, We Can Too" for Blue's Clues & You! is heard for the second half.
Josh does an impression of the French Narrator from Spongebob Squarepants while reading the “Three Little Pigs”.
This is the 2nd episode in the reboot that Magenta wore her glasses.
This is the 1st episode in the reboot where a clue was found right after the Mailtime segment.
This episode reveals that Sidetable Drawer is Ticklish.
Sidetable Drawer's normal statement of "Blue's Clues, I'm so excited!" was extended, with Josh agreeing with her and Sidetable being tickled when Josh got his notebook out of her,
The part where Steve asks Mr. Salt and Ms. Pepper where Blue went was omitted.
The bricks had 1 paw print instead of 3 paw prints.
Shovel and Pail acting out as Jack and Jill wasn’t included.
Mailtime came immediately after the 1st clue.
Mailbox's story of Jack and Jill remained in this version, only "Jack and Jill went up a hill to fetch an email."
The pigs (including the one that represents the 3rd clue) are more detailed and have visible legs and mouthes (and occasionally turned their heads around), and the one reading to them lowered the book to show his face.
The story of The Three Little Pigs is told as a play (Plays also became on What Story Does Blue Want to Play? and Blue's Play): Josh plays the Big Bad Wolf (with the viewer's help), Magenta plays the 1st little pig, Tickety Tock plays the 2nd little pig, and Blue plays the 3rd little pig.
Steve simply said "The little pig who cried wolf" as the wrong answer in the original episode but Josh said a much longer one mentioned above. (See elements for the wrong answer)