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  • Farmer Frances does not appears in the end of the episode because she was very busy due to the short credits.
  • The friends of Joe have Omarri Allen, a relative of the voice of Sidetable Drawer, Aleisha LaNae Allen included.
  • This is the first episode where Joe Skidoos into the felt frame, as well as the first episode where he Skidoos into something off the ground.
  • The Felt Farm had the same music from Blue's Play and Let's Plant.
  • The scene where Joe makes sure the viewers will help them feed the pigs would later be reused in 100th Episode Celebration.
  • This is the first time the title flag is the same color as Joe's shirt.
  • This episode was renamed to Blue's Charts in the UK version.
  • This is Joe's version of Snack Time.
    • The straw that serves as the 1st clue in this episode also moves on its own like the one that was the 2nd clue from "Snack Time".
  • This is the first of three episodes where the third clue was found in the Felt Frame, with the other two being A Brand New Game and The Scavenger Hunt.
  • This marks the second episode to feature a character in a skidoo location unintentionally dropping a clue after passing by, after Mechanics!.
  • Joe wears a green squared shirt in this episode.
  • This episode uses the "Notebook" phrase from Blue's Big Costume Party.
  • The credits were very short, as only Mr. Salt & Mrs. Pepper appeared with Blue.
  • The 3 clues are a straw, milk, and chocolate syrup like in 3 clues are a cup, a cow, and chocolate from Knights of the Snack Table (Blue's Clues & You!).


  • When Joe says, "Hold still please!", his eyes look different.
  • Blue's favorite snack is chocolate milk, even though in real life, chocolate can be toxic to dogs if taken in large amounts (although here it does not apply due to cartoon logic), and Blue's actual favorite snack is blueberry pancakes as seen in Can You Help?.
  • In the credits, the sound effects for Blue's blinking while upside-down and the shaking sounds of Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper were not heard.
  • In the UK version, despite it being a Joe era episode, the zooming out the house before the credits from the Steve era is used instead of the Joe era like I'm So Happy!.