- Steve (in the photo frame)
- Joe (in the photo frame)
- Sidetable Drawer
- Slippery Soap
- Tickety Tock
- Felt Friends
- Harlow Heart
- Harvey Heart
- Harvey Heart's Doggy
- Herbert Heart
Josh and Blue celebrate Love Day, and Slippery finishes his Love Day cards.
- Question: What does Blue want to make for Love Day?
- Pipe Cleaners
- Wrong Answer: Put the crayons on the pipe cleaners and have them ride on paper ocean
- Answer: Make a Love Day book
- Living room picture: Steve, Josh, and Joe
- Skidoo Location: Love Day card
- This episode aired on February 12, 2021, 2 days before Valentine's Day 2021.
- This is the second episode where Josh sings "There goes Blue, let's go too!", instead of "Blue Skidoo, We Can Too!".
- This is the second episode where Paper and Crayons are the first and second clue. The first being The Big Book About Us.
- This is the sixth episode of the Blue’s Clues franchise where paper and crayons were drawn. The others being Mechanics!, Periwinkle Misses His Friend, Blue’s New Place, Joe Gets a Clue, and The Big Book About Us.
- This episode shares its name with a song that Joshua Dela Cruz sang at the 2019 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, which in turn is a play on the Romantics song "What I Like About You".
- Josh also sang his own version of the original song in this episode. Plus it was an acoustic version, unlike the original music video and Parade version.
- This is the only episode to feature the song What I Like About Blue.
- This is the fourth episode to break the normal pattern of "Blue's subject" in Season 2. They didn’t even used season one’s subject pattern either. They use a totally different subject naming for this episode. Not “(Subject) with Blue” or “Blue’s (Subject)”
- This is the fourth episode to celebrate a holiday in the reboot, this one being Valentine's Day.
- Steve and Joe made a cameo appearance on a drawing in the living room picture. They haven’t made it public appearance though, unlike other reboot episodes like Meet Josh! or Blue's Night Before Christmas.
- This is the sixteenth time where there were riddles and rhymes that were used and rhymed. The others being in Tickety's Favorite Nursery Rhyme, Blue's News, What Does Blue Want to Build?, Blue's Big Treasure Hunt, Blue's Big Costume Party, Blue's Big Pajama Party, Adventure, Rhyme Time, Bedtime Business, Big News with Blue, Pajama Party with Blue, Spooky Costume Party with Blue, Joe's Clues, The Legend of the Blue Puppy, and Blue's Night Before Christmas.
- When Josh was looking for the second clue, and the off-screen children said "clue", Josh thought they said glue, and thinks he sat on glue, which was a reference to Mailbox's Birthday when Steve was sitting on the chair clue.
- This is the first time that something from the video letter became a skidoo segment. Basically, after the boy gave Josh and Blue the love day card, they skidooed into it.
- This marks the second episode in the franchise where a soccer ball was seen. The first being Soccer Practice.
- This marks the fourth episode in the franchise where blocks were seen. The others being Blue's Sad Day, Blocks and Sad Day with Blue.
- This marks the second episode in the franchise where a pirate ship was seen. The first being Blue's Treasure Hunt.
- This marks the third episode in the franchise where a bird was seen. The first two being Patience and Contraptions!.
- This marks the second episode in the franchise where a rocket was seen. The first being Pretend Time.
- This marks the third episode in the franchise where a flower was seen. The first two being The Lost Episode! and Blue's Play.
- This marks the third episode in the franchise where an island was seen. The first two being Blue Goes to the Beach and Blue Wants to Play a Song Game.
- This marks the second episode in the franchise where a drum was seen. The first being What Does Blue Want to Do on a Rainy Day?.
When the living room was shown after when Josh sang, "Cause they're who's clues? Blue's Clues," the legs on the Thinking Chair were not shown, and after when Josh sang, "...and think think think," the legs are shown on the Thinking Chair again.